Perineal nodular induration (PNI), or biker’s nodule, is a rare, bothersome, pseudotumour. Herein, we describe the surgical technique used to treat a healthy cyclist who developed an enlarging PNI for five years that grew into a perineal mass. The mass prevented him from cycling due to worsening discomfort and heaviness.
Perineal nodular induration (PNI), or biker’s nodule, is a rare, bothersome, pseudotumour. Herein, we describe the surgical technique used to treat a healthy cyclist who developed an enlarging PNI…
Perineal induration: treatments, symptoms, causes (12 reports). Summary: We study 12 people who have Perineal induration. The information that eHealthMe analyzes includes:
The perineum is the area of tissue between your vagina and anus (opening to your back passage). It connects with the muscles of the pelvic floor. The pelvic floor is a hammock of muscles which supports your pelvic organs, such as your bladder and bowels. The perineum is especially important in women.
The perineal nerve is the inferior and larger of the two terminal branches of the pudendal nerve, is situated below the internal pudendal artery. It accompanies the perineal artery and divides into two branches: Superficial perineal nerves, becoming posterior scrotal nerves in men and posterior labial nerves in women
The perineum is the area between the vagina (birth canal) and the anus (rear end opening). In the first few weeks after childbirth, you will probably have soreness or pain in your perineum. You will also have discharge coming out of your vagina. You may have also had a tear or an episiotomy during childbirth.
A family or personal history of bipolar disorder significantly increases the risk of developing postpartum psychosis [footnote 7], [footnote 8]. Bereavement by miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal…
Perianal disease occurs in up to 90% of patients with Crohn’s disease [1 – 4]. Many of these patients have only mild symptoms or are asymptomatic and thus require no intervention. Clinical features are variable and include hypertrophic skin tags, ulceration, perianal abscess and fistulae, anal canal ulcers, fissures, induration and stenosis.
A systematic review has estimated the prevalence of any post-partum urinary incontinence with vaginal delivery as 31% (95% CI: 30 to 33%), and weekly or daily incontinence as 12% (95% CI: 11 to 13%) and 3% (95% CI: 3 to 4%), respectively [ 15 ]. Sexual dysfunction [ 16 – 18 ], and post-partum perineal pain may also occur [ 9, 13, 19 ].
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