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Abscess A local accumulation of pus anywhere in the body. The following are some examples of abscesses:

- A skin abscess is better known as a common boil

- A peritonsillar abscess is a persistent collection of pus behind the tonsils;

- A perianal abscess is a pool of pus that forms next to the anus, often causing considerable tenderness and swelling in that area and painon sitting down and on defecating.
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