In article <OBEJIJAMNLIOJNGAAEIJAEMFCLAA.n.lutz-dettinger@ruppiner-
kliniken.de>, Lutz-Dettinger <[log in to unmask]>
>I think the list of possible diagnoses is rather long. Provided that there
>are absolutely no other anatomical peculiarities of the anus itself
>(position, form) and there are no stool problems, then the relatively most
>probable could be a subcutaneous hemangioma. My first step would be:
>ultrasound examination of the mass by someone who regularly looks at
>hemangiomas and other subcutaneous structures and phenomena.
Thanks for the suggestions
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