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Infrared photocoagulation for hemorrhoids pain

Infrared coagulation is the use of infrared radiation, which occurs under the influence of coagulation of the inner legs of the haemorrhoid. This infrared radiation in the form of a focused beam is applied to the site directly through the fiber.

An infra-red photocoagulation of using a special device - an infrared coagulator. It con ... Read more »

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Sclerotherapy of hemorrhoids

Sclerotherapy - a method of application specific products - sclerosants - to cause varicose vein in the process of fibrosis and sclerosis, which resulted in abnormal Vienna just fused.

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Prevention of hemorrhoids

Currently, proctology has made significant progress in the treatment of hemorrhoids. This also applies to less invasive treatments and surgical. However, much better if you just will not need to resort to all these treatments, including conservative. It is therefore very important prevention of hemorrhoids, as persons who have not, and those wh ... Read more »

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Anal fissure - Causes, Risk factors

Anal fissure - a small defect in the mucous membrane of the anal canal. Moreover, the shape of the defect can be either linear or oval. The most common cause of anal fissure believe the passage of very hard stools, or a large amount of them. It can occur in adults and in children aged 6 - 24 months. Less commonly, the disease is commo ... Read more »

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Diagnosis of anal fissure

In order for the doctor could determine if the patient has an anal fissure, he must gently dissolve the buttocks for inspection of the anal canal. Spreading the walls of the anal canal usually reveals an anal fissure. Obese people with well-developed layer of fat in the buttocks to detect anal fissure should be long and gradually raise the edge of the anus.
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Treatment of anal fissure

Most anal fissures heal after conservative treatment for 4 - 6 weeks. Pain during bowel movements usually goes within a few days.


Treatment for anal fissures first is to remove the pain and spasm of the anal sphincter, and in addition, the normalization of the chair and the healing of the most an ... Read more »
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Anal papilla - papillitis

At the bottom of the ampoule wall of the rectum are called morganievy columns and crypts. These formations, as it were surrounded by semilunar valves. Sometimes the free edge of the valve may be a small triangular elevation - is anal papillae. These papillae, if their size is less than 1 cm in diameter and they are at the level of the anorectal line - this is t ... Read more »

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