Surgical Management of Advanced Haemorrhoid Disease - What's the Deal?

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Summary of "Surgical Management of Advanced Haemorrhoid Disease - What's the Deal?"

About 2 - 3 million patients suffer from haemorrhoid disease in Germany each year. Advanced haemorrhoid disease is assumed if an operation is planned. In Germany, approximately 50,000 operations per year are performed for haemorrhoids. Individual therapy and surgery are implemented after proctological examination. A wide variety of surgical procedures are available. These techniques will be described and illustrated. Individual comorbidities such as anticoagulation and will be discussed, together with options for teaching these surgical skills - in times of difficult recruitment.


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Name: Zentralblatt fur Chirurgie
ISSN: 1438-9592
Pages: 364-373


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