Cochrane review - anal fissure

Tanner, Judith
September 2004
British Journal of Perioperative Nursing;Sept2004, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p377
Academic Journal
Assesses the efficacy and morbidity of various medical therapies for anal fissure. Comparisons of the ability of medical therapies to heal anal fissure; Agents used in treating anal fissure; Application of medical therapy for chronic anal fissure, acute fissure, and fissure in children.


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