孙浩博; 汪大伟; 唐小龙; 潘华洋; 李林强; 孟庆辉
June 2016
Progress in Modern Biomedicine;Jun2016, Vol. 16 Issue 18, p3597
Academic Journal
Hemorrhoids is one of the most common anorectal diseases and the treatments are various and there is no uniform treatment standards. In clinic, although hemorrhoids is given priority to conservative treatment, for II degree symptomatic hemorrhoids and more severe hemorrhoids, surgery is still the most important choice. The best treatment for symptomatic hemorrhoids is still controversial, the treatment of hemorrhoids, including non-surgical treatment, conventional hemorrhoidectomy hemorrhoids and minimally invasive surgery, are in continuous improvement and explored. Clinicians always hope to find a method with the advantages of low recurrence rate, high safety, reliable, short hospital stay and less pain or even painless to cure hemorrhoids. With the development of surgical procedures and technology, treatments of hemorrhoids we have also made great progress. In this article, we reviewed treatments of hemorrhoids including non-surgical treatments, invasive surgery and minimally invasive surgery, which offer a theoretical basis for the clinical treatments of hemorrhoids.


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