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General Surgery

General Surgery

Surgery Summary
Anesthesia Type Spinal Anesthesia
Duration of Operation 30 min - 45 min
Hospitalization Duration 2 - 3 Hours
Return to Work 1 Day
Hemorrhoids Surgery
Although haemorrhoids are very common, patients hesitate to go to a doctor (general surgery) because it is an anal region disease. However, patients should know that; rectal is the last link of digestion. Just as the first stage of the digestive canal is applied to the mouth without hesitation, it is necessary to get rid of traditional prejudices and to consult a doctor (general surgery specialist) immediately for problems in the anal area. There are stages of haemorrhoids. If it is not late, it is possible to treat it with simpler methods without the need for surgical procedures. However, more importantly, every bleeding in the anal area may not be a sign of benign diseases or haemorrhoids. The doctor (general surgeon) should be consulted and the necessary tests should be made to find out that there is no colon cancer in this area. It is recommended to perform a scan of the large intestine or the last part of the large intestine when these symptoms occur, especially in patients over a certain age. If these sub-factors are not examined and treated on time, more serious situations may be encountered in the future.

What is Hemorrhoids?
Haemorrhoids, which are actually located in the anus region, are called the weakening of the connective tissue of the haemorrhoids, which go away from the anal canal and sag out of the anus canal and appear in the form of a breast. Although the factors that trigger the formation of haemorrhoids are known, it is not known exactly what it is caused by. Haemorrhoids are named according to whether they are above or below the transition ring (dante line) in the anus region. If it is in the upper part of the transition ring, it is called internal (internal) haemorrhoid, if it is located in the lower part of the ring, it is called an external haemorrhoid. Haemorrhoids can be seen in these two different parts.

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