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  1. Tern Reply
    Tumors that develop in or on the anus are either benign (noncancerous) or malignant (cancerous). The different types of anal cancer, listed below, are based on the type of cells in which the cancer develops: Squamous cell carcinoma begins in the outer lining of the anal canal. It is the most common type of anal cancer.
  2. Kigajin Reply
    Invasive anal cancer is curable in a great number of patients, particularly when it is diagnosed early and tumors are small. Anal cancers are most commonly treated with a combination of chemotherapy and radiation, which is discussed in further detail in the treatment section but can be expected to cause the tumors to completely regress in 80 to.
  3. Grojinn Reply
    Apr 18,  · Surgery. The type of surgery you have depends on the stage of your cancer and where it is in your anus. Find out about the different types of surgery for anal cancer, what happens before surgery and how you might feel after your operation.
  4. Salkree Reply
    Anal cancer is a cancer which arises from the anus, the distal opening of the gastrointestinal tract. Symptoms may include bleeding from the anus or a lump near the anus. Other symptoms may include pain, itchiness, or discharge from the anus. A change in bowel movements may also occur.
  5. Zura Reply
    Expect the pain to get better at about seven to 14 days after surgery. Caring for the Surgery Site. Remove the dressing the morning after the surgery and then get in a warm tub. Apply Silvadene cream to anus after each hot bath for the first seven to 10 days. After bathing, pat dry or use a hair dryer.
  6. Dalrajas Reply
    Anal Cancer. Anal cancer is really a disease by which malignant (cancer) cells form within the tissues of the anus. The anus is the end of the large intestine, below the rectum, through which stool (solid waste) leaves the body. The anus is formed partly from the outer, skin layers from the body and partly from the intestine.
  7. Kajimuro Reply
    Surgery is a less common treatment option for anal cancer. It's usually only considered if the tumour is small and can be easily removed, or if chemoradiation has not worked. If the tumour is very small, it may be cut out during a procedure called a local excision.
  8. Vudolmaran Reply
    Anal cancer is the abnormal growth of cells in the anus, which is the opening at the end of the rectum. Anal cancer is not common and is often curable. Symptoms of anal cancer include bleeding or discharge from the anus, an itchy anus, or a lump near the anus. Treatment often includes radiation and chemotherapy (chemoradiation).
  9. Shaktigore Reply
    Surgery is done in people whose cancer does not go away after radiation therapy and chemotherapy or goes away and comes back. With surgery, the doctor must be careful not to interfere with the functioning of the muscular ring that keeps the anus closed (the anal sphincter). The anal sphincter stays closed until the person has a bowel movement.