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Anal cancer develops when malignant (cancerous) cells form in or near the anal canal. This disease can often be treated with radiation or chemo.

Colon cancer occurs when malignant tumors form in the colon, also called the large intestine. The cause of this disease is currently uncertain.

Rectal cancer is identified when cancerous tumors are observed in the rectum, which is the lowest portion of the colon where stool is stored.

Abdominal pain can be caused by a number of issues ranging from the more common, like constipation, to the more severe, such as Crohn's disease.

Typically caused by an infection in the anal glands, anal abscesses are painful blemishes around the anus that take on a boil-like appearance.

An anal fissure is a small but painful tear in the soft tissue lining of the anus, which is most often caused by painful or difficult bowel movements.

Bowel incontinence, also called fecal incontinence, occurs when someone is unable to fully control their bowel movements temporarily or chronically.

Intestinal blockages, also known as bowel obstruction, can be incredibly serious and require immediate treatment depending on the degree of the issue.

Most people experience bouts of constipation at some point in their life. However, for some patients, it can be chronic or indicate a serious issue.

Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disease that occurs in phases of flare-ups and remission and can cause patients to experience many issues.

Unique in that the condition doesn't typically cause symptoms to manifest, diverticular disease is complex in origin and often diagnosed unexpectedly.

Anal fistulas are small tunnels that connect infected glands to openings on the outside of the anus, typically in the delicate skin that surrounds it.

The gallbladder is a small, pouch-like organ that stores bile produced by the liver. Many gallbladder conditions are resolved with removal surgery.

Developing around the anus or in the lower rectum, hemorrhoids emerge when veins become swollen and enlarged, which creates a blood-filled lump.

Whether they develop at birth or later in life, a hernia is a localized bump or bulge that is usually treated with advanced surgical techniques.

Polyps can develop anywhere along the large intestine and often form when a mutation in one's cells causes continual division, resulting in lumps.

Rectal or anal bleeding is a common symptom that can develop as a result of several conditions, such as anal fissures, Crohn's, or even colon cancer.

Rectal pain is a common condition that can arise for a wide variety of reasons, such as inflammation, stretching, or infection of the GI tract.

Rectal prolapse is a colorectal condition that occurs when the large intestine falls down toward the rectum or protrudes outside of the anus.

A rectocele, also known as a posterior vaginal wall prolapse, is a bulge of the large intestine that has pushed into the back wall of the vagina.

The spleen is a small organ that is located on the left side of the body and is responsible for a variety of functions, including fighting infections.

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