Anal Pathology With Dr. Nelson Rosen

Anal fissures, hemorrhoids, and abscesses are not a very comfortable topic, but they are fairly common in the pediatric population. Join Dr. Nelson Rosen for the latest treatment algorithms and recommendations regarding pediatric anal pathology.

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