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How are hemorrhoids diagnosed? This H.I.C. article written by Joy Seeman explains the different methods currently used by physicians today for diagnosing hemorrhoids.

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Hemorrhoidolysis hemorrhoid treatment is a fairly new procedure. Hemorrhoidolysis is used and has been shown to work best with internal hemorrhoid conditions. H.I.C. author David Gilbert tells us what this “new kid on the block” hemorrhoid treatment is all about.

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Stapled Hemorrhoidectomy hemorrhoid surgery has a high rate of success both in eliminating hemorrhoids and resolving the more dangerous hemorrhoid symptoms like rectal bleeding. Read this in depth article for more information on Stapled Hemorrhoidectomy procedures.

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Infrared Coagulation is a non-surgical procedure used to treat internal hemorrhoids. Infrared Coagulation is known as a fixative treatment, and is similar to other fixative treatments such as Rubber Band Ligation and Sclerotherapy, in that its objective is it reduce hemorrhoidal symptoms by eliminating hemorrhoids through obstruction of blood-flow to the infected region. Individuals can suffer from a variety of hemorrhoids, each case presenting its own symptoms and necessitating different courses of treatment.

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Many medical techniques have been developed in recent years to alleviate the pain and suffering of patients with hemorrhoids. These methods are a vast improvement over the traditional hemorrhoidectomy surgery which required hospitalization and a lengthy recuperation period. Although the success rate is not as high with these treatments, they have many advantages over invasive [...]

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Hemorrhoid surgery is performed for hemorrhoidal conditions that are classified as either third grade or fourth grade. The third stage or grade is where the hemorrhoids protrude (prolapsed hemorrhoids) through the anus and must be manually reinserted back into the rectum. In the fourth stage, the hemorrhoids cannot even be pushed back inside, and they [...]

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A hemorrhoidectomy is the extraction of hemorrhoids from a patient while under anesthesia. There are different kinds of hemorrhoidectomies, and depending on the situation, there are different types of anesthesia used for the procedures. The basic hemorrhoidectomy lasts about 1 to 2 hours. It requires the patient to either lie on their stomach with their backside (buttocks) [...]

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