Diagnostik og behandling af pruritus ani

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Diagnostik og behandling af pruritus ani. / Thomsen, Simon Francis; Larsen, Helle Kiellberg; Hagen, Kikke.

I: Ugeskrift for læger, Bind 171, Nr. 51, 2009, s. 3791-4.

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Thomsen, SF, Larsen, HK & Hagen, K 2009, 'Diagnostik og behandling af pruritus ani', Ugeskrift for læger, bind 171, nr. 51, s. 3791-4.

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Thomsen, S. F., Larsen, H. K., & Hagen, K. (2009). Diagnostik og behandling af pruritus ani. Ugeskrift for læger, 171(51), 3791-4.

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Thomsen SF, Larsen HK, Hagen K. Diagnostik og behandling af pruritus ani. Ugeskrift for læger. 2009;171(51):3791-4.

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Thomsen, Simon Francis ; Larsen, Helle Kiellberg ; Hagen, Kikke. / Diagnostik og behandling af pruritus ani. I: Ugeskrift for læger. 2009 ; Bind 171, Nr. 51. s. 3791-4.

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abstract = "Pruritus ani is defined as an intense itching sensation affecting the perianal skin. The condition affects up to 5{\%} of the population, and occurs four times more commonly in men than in women. Pruritus ani occurs in a primary form caused by overt but insufficient cleansing of the perianal skin, and in a secondary form caused by underlying pathology, often of proctological or dermatological/infectious origin. Causes and treatment are reviewed, and it is concluded that the condition, even in its chronic refractory form, has a favourable prognosis. Udgivelsesdato: 2009-Dec",
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