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A Comparative Case Study on totally different Procedures of Haemorrhoids

Correspondence to Author: Seili Zhang P.R.China


Turell (1960) explicit that seventieth population suffers from haemorrhoids and four-hundredth wants surgery. The treatment of haemorrhoids is as previous because the age of man and plenty of totally different treatments are delineated , none of that is entirely satisfactory.

Material and Methods: a complete of fifty patients of Haemorrhoids were studied United Nations agency were admitted to department of surgery, RNT Medical faculty and hooked up MB Government Hospital, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. All patients were managed by one in every of the treatment modalities.

Result: Mean age was forty years with male preponderance. Common presenting symptoms were injury per body part, constipation and prolapse of pile mass. Most of the patients conferred late to hospital (16 months). Most of the cases belonged to II and III degree haemorrhoids. At presentation sixty two patients were anaemic (Haemoglobin <12 Gram %). A Total of 16 patients were managed by nonoperative modalities while 32 were managed by various surgical operations. Most of the Grade I or II patients were managed by non-operative measures while all the Grade III and IV patients were operated for their disease. Post-procedural complications were a few and mostly limited to pain or urinary retention.

Conclusion: Non-operative techniques like Sclerotherapy and conservative for first and second degree haemorrhoids gives excellent results. Surgical treatment like open and closed haemorrhoidectomy remains the ideal treatment option for third and fourth degree haemorrhoids and recurrent cases.

Piles; Haemorrhoids; Sclerotherapy; Plication; MIPH; haemorrhoidectomy


Seili Zhang, A Comparative Case Study on totally different Procedures of Haemorrhoids. World Journal of Clinical Surgery 2021.

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  • Journal Name: World Journal of Clinical Surgery
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