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Although rectal and perianal complaints are among the most common seen by primary care physicians, surgeons, and gastroenterologists, the wide variety of disorders associated with these complaints are, in general, poorly understood. Additionally, a variety of newer diagnostic resonance imaging, are now being employed for the evaluation of these disorders. Finally, new pharmacotherapies, including immunosuppressants and topical therapies as well as new surgical treatments, have emerged. These are described in a clear, user-friendly manner.
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Eli DuBose Hoyle (July 19, 1851 – July 27, 1921) was a Brigadier General in the United States Army. He is most noted for his Command of the Port of Embarkation at Governor's Island in New York Harbor during World War I, for which he received the Distinguished Service Medal and Soldier's Medal.
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