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Diseases localized perianally

Proctology pp 109-219 | Cite as

Summary

The knowledge of the dermatological clinical pictures, which are preferably or only occasionally localized in the anal and / or perianal area, is a prerequisite for a differentiated and thus ultimately satisfactory proctological work.

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