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A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY ON ANO-RECTAL DISORDERS IN RELATION TO THEIR POSITION DURING DEFECATION

Dr. Rohini Naikwad*

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Introduction: Present study is conducted to evaluate the relation of Ano-rectal disorders to their position during defecation. Material and Method: 100 subjects having anorectal disorders like haemorrhoid, fistula in ano, fissure in ano were randomly selected and were approached. Questionnaires were distributed among and different questions regarding there toilet habits, Position during defecation, types of toilet that they use etc. were asked in order to get the data in systematic manner for statistical purpose. Result: After assessment of 100 subjects, Statistical analysis was done by using descriptive and inferential statistics using chi square test and the study showed that anorectal disorders are quite common in those who uses Western toilets but it was not found significant. Conclusion: The present study was conducted in order to find that is there any relationship between anorectal disorders and different positions of defecation viz. squatting and sitting. It was found that maximum number of subjects were the Western toilets users and the anorectal diseases were found to be more common in them.

Keywords: Anorectal disorders, position during defecation, Questionnaires.


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