Anal manometric studies in hemorrhoids and anal fissures

Diseases of the Colon and Rectum
J K Lin

Abstract

Manometric study with the use of continuous water perfusion system was performed on 50 patients with Grade III or IV hemorrhoids and for 29 patients with chronic anal fissure. Another 36 patients who had no anorectal symptoms or pathology were chosen as the control group. The maximal basal pressures for the controls, hemorrhoids, and chronic anal fissures were 71.2 +/- 24.9, 85.3 +/- 27.7, and 87.4 +/- 38.8 mmHg, respectively; the maximal contraction pressures for the controls, hemorrhoids, and fissures were 132.9 +/- 44.9, 158.8 +/- 58.0, and 162.1 +/- 64.5 mmHg, respectively; the lengths of the functional sphincter of the three groups were 3.7 +/- 0.5, 3.8 +/- 0.8, and 3.9 +/- 0.6 cm, respectively. The maximal basal pressures and maximal contraction pressures of the hemorrhoid and fissure patients were significantly greater than those of the control group (t test, P value less than 0.05); whereas the functional sphincter lengths of the three groups showed no significant difference.

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