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anal applause

n. the release of intestinal gas. (Jocular.) Who is responsible for this pungent anal applause?
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W]e are seeing oral and anal sex joining, rather than replacing, vaginal intercourse in heterosexual repertoires," write the study authors.
If your dog has recurrent anal sac problems, your veterinarian may suggest removal of the glands.
It is a vertical superficial tear in anal canal just starting from anal verge and extending upward involving anoderm.
In an initiative to promote Naga culture through Fashion as part of the harvest festival, Delhi Fashion club in collaboration with the Anal Naga Union presented the 1st edition of 'Anal Naga Fashion Fest', which is part of a series of events to promote North East in Delhi.
But the recommendation is that all who practice anal sex, especially those who are living with HIV or HPV, be tested every one to three years.
All patients included in the study underwent a thorough per anal examination with a well lubricated finger with use of local anaesthetic jelly.
The prevalence of HSIL is 30%-40% in anal samples from HIV-infected homosexual men, compared with l%-2% in cervical samples from HIV-negative women.
To get a better understanding of abnormal anal cell rates in gay and bisexual men with and without HIV infection, US researchers conducted this study.
A Foley catheter number 20 was passed through the anal behind the foreign body and the balloon was inflated.
Considering that programmatic screening for cervical cancer with cytology has been associated with considerably decreased incidence and mortality rates of cervical cancer, (6) anal cytology has been assessed as a screening method for anal neoplasia in high-risk individuals in some countries such as the USA.
On a visit to his old colleagues at St Mark's Hospital, he corrected their understanding of anal sphincterotomy.
2,5,6) Swallowed bones have been known to cause perianal abscesses and anal fistulae, which can cause extreme pain.
One good reason is that so many dogs have minor but annoying problems with their anal sacs--and some dogs have required surgery to repair or improve the situation.
Some breeds are more prone to anal gland problems than others, indicating a possible genetic link to the disease.
Anal cancer is rare; however, men who have sex with men (MSM) are at significantly increased risk compared to the general population.