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I know someone that had an anal abscess supposedly lanced back in the 1980s best i can remember. In 2007 it turned out they had colorectal cancer and they have just passed away from their battle in dec. 2009 after taking radiation and chemo-it had methasized to their liver and then to their bone marrow through the lymph nodes (which carry the cancer to distant sites). So, you think you have a perianal abscess? Its a common condition that we see and ill tell you more about it. It can occur anywhere, but near the anus is a common location. The pain typically comes on gradually over several days (not to.). Cancers of the anal canal are rare, comprising approximately 10 of malignancies in the anorectal region, although its incidence has been increasing over the past several decades. 12 while the traditional approach to treatment was with abdominoperineal resection (apr), this has evolved in the modern era to concurrent chemoradiation as organ-preserving treatment. An anal abscess is an infected cavity filled with pus near the anus or rectum. Feces, or foreign matter can also clog the anal glands and cause an abscess to form. Crohns disease, cancer, trauma and radiation can increase the risk of infections and fistulas. 2012 clinical practice guidelines anal squamous neoplasms guideline pdf management of colon cancer guideline pdf 2011 clinical practice guidelines management of rectal prolapse guideline pdf management of perianal abscess and fistula-in-ano guideline pdf 2006 clinical practice guidelines. Blog the difference between colon cancer and anal cancer saturday, july 22, 2017. Last month we discussed the differences in types of colorectal cancers. As we mentioned, many people are surprised to learn that anal cancer is actually a completely different type of cancer. When the infection is serious, this often leads to an abscess. Bacteria, feces, or foreign matter can also clog the anal glands and cause an abscess to form. Crohns disease, cancer, trauma and radiation can increase the risk of infections and fistulas. Healthy cells in the treatment area can also be damaged, even though steps are taken to protect normal tissue as much as possible. Different cells and tissues in the body tolerate radiation differently. The cancer was located 2 cm from the anal verge the clinical depth of the cancer was t4, and no lymph node or distant metastasis was evident on computed tomography (ct). Preoperative chemoradiotherapy was performed with a total dose of 50. 4 gy of radiation and concomitant oral administration of tegafur-uracil, followed by apr with curative intent.