Research and analysis for cancerous perianal disease

Chentai Yu, Hongyu Hongyu, Xiaodong Jiang, Tangxue Gui


Objective: To analyze cancerous perianal disease. This study summed up the effective measures for prevention and treatment of perianal cancer patients. Methods: Twelve perianal cancer patients were recruited from June 2011 to June 2016. Retrospective analysis was carried out for the 12 patients about the causes and effective treatment. Results: Hemorrhoids cancer was found in 6 cases: only two received proper treatment; one had metastasis and received chemotherapy; 1 had good prognosis after colon diversion; two were discharged from hospital and received conservative treatment, which were ineffective and worsened the condition. Fistula cancer was found in 2 cases: one received surgery and one gave up treatment. Anal cancer was found in 2 cases: both received surgery. Perianal skin squamous cell carcinoma was found in 1 case, which ended up with the transfer to another hospital. Perianal melanoma was found in 1 case: patient was hospitalized due to perianal neoplasm; then histopathology confirmed melanoma and patient gave up for treatment. Conclusion: Perianal cancer affects the quality of life and health of patients. The relevant medical institutions must actively take measures against the perianal cancer, which has significant improvement to the survival of patients.


Perianal disease; Cancer; Treatment; Prevention

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/rcsm.v1.i1.56


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