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Title: Modern surgical techniques for the treatment of haemorrhoids
Authors: Vassallo, James
Cassar, Noel
Keywords: Hemorrhoids -- Surgery
Hemorrhoids -- Treatment
Hemorrhoids -- Pathophysiology
Issue Date: 2010-11
Publisher: Medical Portals Ltd.
Citation: Vassallo, J., & Cassar, N. (2010). Modern surgical techniques for the treatment of haemorrhoids. The Synapse : the Medical Professionals' Network, 6, 6-8.
Abstract: It is said that 50% of people have haemorrhoids, and that the rest are liars. While this is definitely an overestimation, this condition is very common, but not always symptomatic. The fundamental principles of management are the exclusion of possible co-existent disease, and treatment tailored to the patient's condition and haemorrhoidal grade. There have been recent advances in surgical therapeutic options and a comparison with the established methods is outlined in the following article.
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