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An abscess on the upper part of the anal suture near the hip

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An abscess near the upper part of the anal suture on the buttock has been broken and healed for more than a month. At first, I thought it was a boil, and then I pulled out the pus with a poison extraction cream. Then because of the work requirements, I went to the hospital to issue a diagnosis certificate. The doctor looked at it, said that the perianal abscess had flowed out, and then prescribed some medicine. Now the wound has healed for more than a month. Recently, I have heard tiktok and perianal abscess, and I am worried because I heard that anal fistula will be formed if there is an internal fistula. Later, I went to the first of the two three-level hospitals specializing in anorectal surgery these days, and asked me to do a color Doppler ultrasound to say it was hip carbuncle. At the beginning, the second hospital said that it was not like perianal abscess. Let me do a color Doppler ultrasound, and then looked at it. It is estimated that there is hip carbuncle. Now I have a particularly serious anxiety disorder. What can I do in the hospital to check what can I determine whether it is a boil or perianal abscess. There is no internal opening or fistula. Now the wound has healed for more than a month and there is no outflow. The wound healed. There was a little bruise under the hard skin. I don't know if it was silted red. The first picture is when you put on the ointment. The last two are healed

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