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Proctalgia fugax

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Proctalgia fugax as a Disease

Proctalgia fugax: Type of or association with medical condition Proctalgia.
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Proctalgia fugax as a subtype of Proctalgia

Proctalgia (medical condition): Any type of rectal pain

Proctalgia (medical condition): Pain in the rectum. Another name for the condition is proctodynia. Proctalgia is diagnosed when other medical causes of rectal pain such as hemorrhoids, anal abscesses, anal fissures and certain medications can be ruled out. Proctalgia fugax is a type of proctalgia involving severe rectal pain which occurs without any obvious cause.

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