haemorrhoidectomy


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haemorrhoidectomy

See hemorrhoidectomy.

hem·or·rhoid·ec·to·my

(hem'ŏr-oy-dek'tŏ-mē)
Surgical removal of hemorrhoids; usually accomplished by excision of hemorrhoidal tissues by sharp dissection, or by application of elastic ligature at the base of the hemorrhoidal bundles to produce ischemic necrosis and ultimate ablation of the hemorrhoidectomy.
Synonym(s): haemorrhoidectomy.
[hemorrhoids + G. ektomē, excision]

haemorrhoidectomy

The surgical operation for the removal of large, internally placed piles (HAEMORRHOIDS). A tight string (ligature) is tied around the base of the pile to control bleeding and the pile is cut off.
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The Exclusion Criteria included acute haemorrhoidal episodes with thrombosis prior to haemorrhoidectomy, intercurrent anal pathology (eg.
9 For Ligasure there is no need of special skilled persons as needed for stapled haemorrhoidectomy because the procedure done by LigaSure is very identical to that used in conventional haemorrhoidectomy.
Randomised controlled trial of lateral internal sphincterotomy with haemorrhoidectomy.
Different options has been employed for analgesia after haemorrhoidectomy such as narcotics, injection of Tradol (Ketorolac tromethamine) into the anal sphincter at the time of operation, application of transdermal Fentanyl.
All the admitted patients undergoing open fistulectomy for low lying fistulae in Ano, open lateral internal sphincterotomy and open haemorrhoidectomy, were included in this study by non probability consecutive sampling technique.
Tiret said that he does not do an open haemorrhoidectomy in France anymore and he does not remember when he did the last case.
Ninety male, aged 18-60 years, American Society of Anaesthesiology I or II patients undergoing elective inguinal herniotomy or external haemorrhoidectomy were included.
There is no confusion regarding the treatment for 3rd and 4th degree haemorrhoids and it is haemorrhoidectomy.
Objective: To compare the outcome of Milligan-Morgan (MMH) and ferguson (fH) techniques for haemorrhoidectomy with regard to postoperative pain, control of bleeding, early mobilization of patients and wound healing.
haemorrhoidectomy, should be carefully considered in the HIV-positive patient because of delayed wound healing and even non-healing.
Haemorrhoidectomy - the surgeon cuts away the haemorrhoidal tissue.
But there are compelling reasons for EH which cannot be met by PPH, including acutely incarcerated and thrombosed haemorrhoids, presence of gangrene, the need for limited haemorrhoidectomy and the presence of numerous skin tags.