Proctology

Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids, commonly known as piles refer to a condition in which the veins around the anus or in the rectum become swollen and inflamed.

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Hemorrhoids
Anal Fissure

Anal Fissure

The anus is the last part of the digestive tract and is lined with contracting muscles that control the removal of stools. An anal fissure is a tear in the tissue lining the anus, and is associated with pain and bleeding during bowel movements.

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Fistula in Ano

The anus is an external opening through which feces is expelled out of your body. There are a number of small glands inside the anus. These glands may sometimes get blocked and form an infected cavity called an abscess.

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Fistula in Ano
Colon Cancer

Colon Cancer

Colon cancer is the growth of rapidly dividing cells in the large intestine. It is also referred as colorectal cancer. Cancers of colon develop from polyps, the small and non-cancerous growths of tissues.

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Rubber Band Ligation

Hemorrhoids or piles are masses or lumps formed due to swollen blood vessels in the rectum. In severe stages, they may become infected or protrude from the anus (prolapsed hemorrhoid) and require surgical removal.

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Rubber Band Ligation
Laser Treatment for Anorectal Problems

Laser Treatment for Anorectal Problems

Laser surgery uses laser beams, high intensity light of aspecific wavelength that can be focused into a narrow beam, to treat or correct various conditions and abnormalities.

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Infra Red Treatment for Anorectal Problems

Infrared photocoagulation uses infrared rays to form scar tissue from the intense heat created and cuts off the blood supply to the diseased tissue causing death of the tissue which then falls off.

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Infra Red Treatment for Anorectal Problems
Hemorrhoidal Artery Ligation by Ultrasound

Hemorrhoidal Artery Ligation by Ultrasound

Hemorrhoids are painful swollen veins that form in the anal canal. Their location can be internal (upper part of the canal and covered by mucosa) or external (lower region around the anal opening and are covered by skin).

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