Topical Nitroglycerin in the Management of Anal Fissure: An Explosive Outcome!

Manookian, Carlo M.; Fleshner, Phillip
October 1998
American Surgeon;Oct1998, Vol. 64 Issue 10, p962
Academic Journal
Assesses the usefulness of nitroglycerin (NTG) for anal fissures in a colorectal practice. Formulations of NTG ointments; Healing in acute versus chronic fissures in relation to timing of NTG therapy institution; Healing in various NTG formulation groups.


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