Anal dysplasia often causes no symptoms. When symptoms are present, they may include: Anal itching (also called pruritus), Pressure—a feeling that there is a lump or mass in the anus. Pain.
What are the symptoms of anal cancer? A lump in or near the anus Bleeding from the rectum or the anus Discharge from the anus. It is important to note that most of these symptoms and signs can be caused by less severe conditions. That is why you should contact your doctor to be examined so that the correct diagnosis can be made. DIAGNOSIS AND TESTS.
How is anal dysplasia diagnosed? Your doctor will visually and physically inspect you if anal growths or symptoms are present. There are two main ways that anal dysplasia is diagnosed in addition to a physical examination. They are: Anal Papanicolaou test (anal Pap test or smear), which is a test that involves swabbing the anus for cells that are examined under a microscope. Biopsy, which involves tissue removal, and a microscopic examination of the biopsy tissue by a pathologist.
How is anal cancer diagnosed? Anal cancer is diagnosed by a biopsy and microscopic examination of the biopsy tissue. Remember to always have a goal but never compares yourself to others.
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