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Proctology Topics


The field of Proctology and its social approach

The specificity of Proctology as a part of medical science. Creating a relationship of trust between the treating physician and the patient requires a two-way effort and compliance. Both sides must foster communication which will ultimately lead to improved health outcomes. The lack of understanding and the devaluation are two factors that definitely cannot help. In... View Article

anal cancer and hpv

Sexually transmitted anal diseases

Sexually transmitted diseases (stds) of the anus are caused by a range of approximately 30 viruses or microbes. The possibility of a relative infection should be seriously taken into consideration in gay men and those who have anal intercourse. These diseases are often in HIV-positive men and at the same time they facilitate the HIV-infection. Infections without symptoms are... View Article

Gay friendly

Necessary precautions during anal intercourse

Anal intercourse – Precautions The use of a condom is essential to prevent an HIV infection and other sexually transmitted diseases in the area of the anus. Whilst it is very important, condoms do not completely protect from an infection with HPV. The HPV is very common in the genitals of gay men (70%) and HIV-positive... View Article

basic anatomy of the anus

Basic information about the anus

The term “anus” refers to the lower part of the digestive tract (the end of the colon). It is the point where the products of the food’s digestion are excreted (faeces). The anus is surrounded by two sphincters (internal and external muscles), which manage to hold the stool and prevent their automatic expulsion(incontinence) by contracting. The external... View Article