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hemorrhoids

Proctology – anal disorders
Many people, both women and men of different age suffer from the lower gastrointestinal tract disorders (lower GI). It is said that 50% of men and 60% of women have this conditions which basically means that every second person suffers from it. Even though it is a common social issue, most people never see a doctor and thus expose themselves to painful, chronic symptoms.
Many people, due to their lack of knowledge or simply because they feel embarrassed, often ignore the problem and in the worst case scenario underestimate the seriousness of the bleeding from the lower GI. There are many over-the-counter ointments and suppositories which many people use for treatment.
However, in 60% of cases a treatment which does not include any diagnostic tests relieves the symptoms only temporarily by partial alleviation of indications of the disorder. Unfortunately, these medications do not treat the underlying disorder but just cover the problem up.

New: HemoRF
Treating haemorrhoids with the application of high frequency radio signals generating heating and as a result damaging the haemorrhoidal tissue.
HemoRF procedure is a minimally invasive, safe and very efficient treatment method which can be performed even during a lunch break (as it requires only few minutes). HemoRF method can be applied irrespective of the haemorrhoids grade. It does not require any special preparation and is performed under local anaesthesia. A doctor inserts a probe (optic fibre) through an anoscope and then destroys the excessive haemorrhoidal tissue by administrating RF energy. The procedure takes around 10 minutes to complete. Following the procedure the patient is neither excluded from professional nor daily life as the recovery entails only small discomfort or pain which can be managed with the generally accessible medicines. Depending on the grade of haemorrhoids, one to four procedures with one month interval are required.

Haemorrhoids – swollen vein in the anal canal
Longo’s method involves inserting a stapler specifically developed for this procedure to the rectum, and then excising and simultaneously suturing of the mucous membrane without actual removal of the haemorrhoids. Instead the vessels feeding the haemorrhoids are disrupted and haemorrhoidal tissue is pushed upwards to its anatomically proper position. As a result the process of haemorrhoids fibrosis takes place within a few weeks after the procedure.
The benefits of this method include only mild pain following the procedure, fast return to daily activity and no recurrence of the disorder.
Barron’s method (rubber band ligation) is a procedure involving placing a rubber band around the base of the haemorrhoid.
Sclerotherapy is a procedure involving injecting a sclerosing agent into the hemorrhoidal tissue leading to the necrosis of the lesion.
All the procedures are performed in an outpatient mode and they do not disrupt patient’s daily activities.

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