Haemorrhoidectomy is the surgical removal of haemorrhoids. Haemorrhoids are swollen blood vessels found in the lining of the anal passage, often called piles. This treatment method is usually suggested when other methods have failed. Haemorrhoids are likely to recur after other forms of treatment but chances of recurrence are very low in haemorrhoidectomy. The procedure takes about 20 minutes.
- Haemorrhoidectomy is usually performed under general anaesthesia.
- A special device is used by the surgeon to see the haemorrhoids.
- They are then removed by cutting them away or by using a staple gun.
- The lining is then stitched or the wound is left open to heal.
- Haemorrhoidectomy removes haemorrhoids.
- Provides relief from symptoms of haemorrhoids.
- Very less chances of recurrence.
- Incomplete haemorrhoidectomy
- Bleeding and/or infections
- Difficulty in passing urine
- Developing anal fissures.
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