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Anal Fissures Clinical Trials

A listing of Anal Fissures medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (4) clinical trials

Comparative Evaluation of MEBO Ointment and Topical Diltiazem Ointment in the Treatment of Acute Anal Fissure

Trial Design: This trial is designed as a 1:1:1 randomized, controlled, parallel design. The primary endpoints are change in pain score and wound healing from baseline to 1 week from the study start date; secondary endpoints are change in pain score and wound healing at 6 and 10 weeks from ...

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Postero-lateral Internal Sphincterotomy vs Botulinum Toxin Injection in the Treatment of Chronic Anal Fissure: A Randomized Controlled Trial

2.1 Trial design This trial will be designed as a prospective randomized, controlled, intervention, open label trial with two parallel groups, and a primary endpoint of fissure healing during 6 months after initial intervention, with the randomization will be performed by an online software with a 1:1 allocation. 2.3 Pre-enrollment ...

Phase N/A

Topical Minoxidil Versus Topical Glyceryl Trinitrate in Treatment of Chronic Anal Fissure

All participants who fulfill the inclusion criteria and give consent for participation in the trial and will be included and randomly assigned to either group I (5% Minoxidil gel) or group II (0.2% GTN cream) with a 1:1 allocation. Randomization will be carried out using online software (Research Randomizer Version ...

Phase N/A

Pediatrics Anal Fissures Treatment With Polyethylene Glycol

Anal fissure (AF) is common among children attending pediatric and surgery clinics and is frequently associated with painful defecation, stool withholding and constipation which affect 1%-30% of the pediatric population. Constipated children consume low fiber diets, come from lower socioeconomic families and tend to be obese. The reason why anal ...

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