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Abscess Surgery Treatment in Dubai:


abscess surgery in Dubai
abscess treatment in Dubai Once you have been discharged, arrangements will be made for the abscess site to be regularly cleaned and dressed. It may take up to 2 to 6 weeks of regular dressings before the area has healed properly.

What is the recovery process after an abscess incision and drainage procedure?

You should be able to go home the same day or the day after your incision and drainage abscess procedure, depending on the anesthesia required. Subsequent dressings are requied at intervals of 2-3 days.
You may be given antibiotics that you should take as prescribed.
If you need pain relief you can take over-the-counter pain relief as required.
Your wound will take one to two weeks to seal over and heal.
Your doctor will let you know when you can return to work.

Special Types of abscesses

Anorectal Abscess

An anal abscess is an infected cavity filled with pus found near the anus or rectum.  Ninety percent of abscesses are the result of an acute infection in the internal glands of the anus. Fecal matter and bacteria clog the internal anal glands and cause the secretions of the gland to well up inside. This then tracks through the surrounding fat tissue of rectum and anal canal until it reaches the skin. As the skin is a tough structure, it cannot break through and hence collects underneath to form an abscess.
Anal abscesses are classified by their site of location.

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An anal fistula (also commonly called fistula-in-ano) is frequently the result of a previous or current anal abscess. This occurs in up to 50% of patients with abscesses when an external and an internal opening are connected by a


fistulous tract. The definitive treatment involves excision of both openings with the tract.

Signs and Symptoms of abscess

Abscess usually present with cardinal signs of inflammation – pain, swelling, redness and increased local temperature. Some of the patients may not have an external swelling if the abscess is deep seated and hence thorough examination is of utmost importance. Many a times, these external swellings in the anal region are misdiagnosed as piles, especially if not examined well or missed, and hence the patient ends up with wrong treatment thus further complicating the disease and its outcome. A digital perrectal check up completes the examination.


The treatment of an abscess is surgical drainage under most circumstances. An incision is made in the skin near the anus to drain the infection. This can be done in a doctor’s office with local anesthetic or in an operating room under deeper anesthesia, depending on the size, site and other patient related factors.

Patients with Diabetes and other related comorbidities, immunocompromised would mandate an admission.
Up to 50% of the time after an abscess has been drained, a tunnel (fistula) may persist, connecting the infected anal gland to the external skin. This typically will involve some type of drainage from the external opening. If the opening on the skin heals when a fistula is present, a recurrent abscess may develop.  Until the fistula is eliminated, many patients will have recurring cycles of pain, swelling and drainage, with intervening periods of apparent healing.

Antibiotics alone are a poor alternative to drainage of the infection. They complement surgical drainage. Only in those very early abscesses antibiotics alone would suffice. Hence early visit to the doctor could help prevent surgery.



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Cosmocare is a leading private clinic offer highly expertise treatment for hemorrhoids (Piles) and hernia.
Hiatal hernia… occurs when part of the stomach moves up into the diaphragm, potentially causing heartburn and difficulty swallowing.
Incisional hernia… occurs when a part of the intestine bulges through an incision site (from a previous surgery) in the abdominal wall.
Inguinal hernia… occurs when a part of the intestine (or other tissue) bulges through the abdominal wall.
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