Leukemic infiltration causing anal fissure
Myeloid sarcoma may be observed in advanced stages of acute myeloblastic leukemia. It is not necessary to protect the uninfected area with petroleum jelly because it is difficult to apply and often inadvertently protects the warty tissue. Epidemiology of genital leukemic infiltration causing anal fissure papillomavirus infections. In a multidisciplinary fashion, the treating team must consider factors such as recent chemotherapy toxicity, stage and prognosis of malignancy, performance status, comorbidities, neutropenia, immunosuppression, thrombocytopenia, and steroid use. The ointment must be rubbed into the area, not just applied superficially.