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What do I do next? | A Pain in the Butt

Mike Weinstock, MD and Rick Pescatore, DO
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Patients presenting with rectal pain have a broad differential diagnosis which includes hemorrhoidal pain, peri-rectal and peri-anal abscess, fistulae, referred pain from intra-abdominal and genital sources, and proctalgia fugax. Rick and Mike discuss the case of a young man who presented with rectal pain, had a normal external exam, and in whom peri-rectal abscess was suspected and diagnosed via rectal exam.

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