What is it?
Haemorrhoidectomy is a medical procedure that is performed to remove haemorrhoids. Haemorrhoids, also called piles, are small, round, fleshy bumps that contain enlarged blood vessels typically found around the anus or in the anal canal. They are associated with an increased pressure in the blood vessels in and around anus causing them to become inflamed and swollen.
When is it needed?
Some of the symptoms usually associated with Haemorrhoids are:
Some of the usual causes of haemorrhoids include,
Types of Haemorrhoids
Haemorrhoids can be of the following types:
The removal of haemorrhoids is the most effective treatment for Haemorrhoids. This is usually performed either using Minimally Invasive Procedures or Open Surgical Procedures. The procedures under both these categories are explained below:
Minimally Invasive Procedures
Open Surgical Procedures
Some of the risk factors involved in the removal of haemorrhoids by surgery are:
The doctors might suggest the following measure after the procedure:
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