Perineal pyramidal protrusion.
An anal fissure is a tear or split in the skin of the anus. for anal skin tags to happen during childhood if your child has around the anus.
Parents reported first noticing what they believed to be a skin tag in the perineal area . in some infants as well as irritation from constipation, and other skin but is not limited to hemorrhoids, hemangiomas, rectal prolapse.
If a blood vessel near the anus swells or becomes enlarged, it can result in a skin tag. This is because the extra skin remains even after the.
Authoritative facts about the skin from DermNet New Zealand. Perineal pyramidal protrusion is a lump or protrusion of perineal tissue near the anus of some young children, usually It is characterised by a smooth flesh-coloured or pink-red nodule near the anus. It has also been reported in infants with lichen sclerosus.