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Isolated rectal ulcer syndrome

Isolated rectal ulcer syndrome (SRUS), also known as benign isolated rectal ulcer and benign nonspecific rectal ulcer, is a chronic and benign rectal disease with bloody stool, mucus stool, difficulty in defecation and anal distension pain as the main symptoms of gastrointestinal disorder caused by benign isolated acute and chronic ulcer of the anterior rectal wall. It is common in young people, and is not gender difference, and the incidence rate is low.

Symptoms

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Bulging

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autemesia

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Retch

Hyperuricemia nephropathy

Hypertonic dehydration

Hepatogenic renal damage

Obstruction urine road disease

Infectious acute tubulointerstitial nephritis

Obstructive nephropathy

Renal damage of leptospirosis

Allergic acute tubulointerstitial nephritis

Hypercalcemia nephropathy

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