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Excision of anal lesions
Removal of an area of damaged tissue (lesion) by cutting it out.
EUA of the rectum
Examination Under Anaesthetic (EUA) of the rectum is a means of examining the colon and anal parts of the body using a special instrument in order to diagnose conditions.
Treatment of anal fissure
Anal fissures are tears on the lining of the anus, usually associated with constipation or episodes of severe diarrhoea. If it becomes chronic, it can be painful and bleed profusely. A range of treatments are available (conservative treatment with ointments, botulin toxin injection or lateral sphinterotomy). Either of these improve the blood supply to the fissure, thereby aiding healing.
Treatment of anal fistula
This is a small channel that develops between the end of the bowel (rectum or anal canal) and the skin near the anus (“back passage”), frequently after a perianal abscess that didn’t completely heal. Anal fistulae can be painful and frequently bleed or leak cloudy fluid when you go to the toilet. Surgery is commonly required in these cases.
Treatment of haemorrhoids
There are various surgical treatments for haemorrhoids (piles), depending on the patient’s particular condition. Rubber band ligation, haemorrhoidal artery ligation and haemorrhoidectomy are some options.
Transanal haemorrhoid dearterialisation (THD)
It uses a Doppler (equipment used to measure blood flow) to locate the terminating branches of the haemorrhoidal arteries. Once the artery is located the surgeon uses an absorbable suture to ligate or “tie-off” the arterial blood flow. The venous “out flow” remains to “shrink” the pile.
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