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[Solitary lesions of the rectum caused by suppositories combining acetylsalicylic acid and paracetamol].

@article{Lanthier1987SolitaryLO,
  title={[Solitary lesions of the rectum caused by suppositories combining acetylsalicylic acid and paracetamol].},
  author={P. Lanthier and R. Detry and J. Debongnie and P. Mahieu and R. Vanheuverzwyn},
  journal={Gastroenterologie clinique et biologique},
  year={1987},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={
          250-3
        }
}
The reports of 8 female patients who, because of recurrent headache, were using analgesic suppositories containing acetylsalicylic acid and paracetamol (Perdolan) for more than two years are analyzed. Symptoms were nonspecific: anal pain, rectal tenesmus or bleeding. The lesions were located within 8 cm from the anal verge and consisted of superficial ulcerations, fibrotic scar tissue and rectal stenosis. Biopsies showed non-specific inflammation, limited to the rectum. Rectal prolapse or… Expand
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