Perianal eczema is a common non-infectious skin disease. The lesions are mostly confined to the skin around the anus, and occasionally spread to the buttocks, perineum and clitoris. Local rash, erythema, erosion, exudation, crusting, and prolapse may occur. Crumbs. The course of the disease is long, the skin around the anus is often thickened, and the color is gray or dark red, rough, so that the occurrence of chapped, oozing, itching, and repeated hair are the main characteristics. The disease can occur at any age. Long-term perianal dampness is not a minor problem, and it may cause complications such as internal hemorrhoids and anal fistula if it drags on for a long time. Patients should be treated as soon as possible to avoid future problems.
First, condyloma acuminatum: This disease is a kind of venereal disease, which can be scattered or connected into pieces, and it is cauliflower-like with a small amount of secretions and smells bad.
Second, internal hemorrhoids: If the internal hemorrhoids are large and the anus is loose, they will all prolapse during stool, and they will usually partly prolapse outside the anus. The fluid secreted by the mucous membrane will flow out, which will also cause moisture around the anus.
Third, anal fistula: One or several indurations can be palpable around the anus, and there is a cord leading from the induration to the anus, and there is often secretion out of the contaminated underwear. If the body's resistance is reduced, it can become inflamed and swollen, forming a perianal abscess.