|ECR 2019 / C-2668|
|Anorectal benign disease – a look through the MRi|
Anorectal symptoms are caused by a variety of generally benign disorders that impact with the quality of life of many patients. MRI has become an important imaging modality in the diagnosis of patients with anorectal diseases, demonstrating in detail the complex anatomy of the pelvic floor, rectum and anal canal. MRI is also able to demonstrates numerous diseases and their complications. In order to understand the anorectal pathologies, first it is important to review the anorectal anatomy and MRI protocol [1,2].
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