Rectum examination of new born, Biology

Rectum

  1. check for anal patency and passage of meconium and observe whether meconium is passed or not. Confirm its patency then pass a catheter or gloved finger 
  2. check if meconium is pressed from any abnormal opening 
  3. rule out fistula and laxity of anal muscle tone
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