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Title: Review article recent management of Hemorrhoids : A pharmacological and surgical perspective
Authors: Gupta S
Singh T G
Baishnab S
Garg N
Kaur K
Satija S
Keywords: Hemorrhoids
Piles
Internal Hemorrhoids
External Hemorrhoids
Treatment of Hemorrhoids
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Plant Archives
Abstract: Hemorrhoids, likewise called piles, are swollen veins in the anus and lower rectum, like varicose veins. Hemorrhoids are portrayed by the symptomatic broadening and distal dislodging of the ordinary anal cushions. Many components have been claimed to be the occurrences of hemorrhoidal development, including constipation and delayed straining. Hemorrhoid tissues are a system of veins situated in and around the anal trench (the last couple of inches of the rectum). At the point when these veins swell, the patient can have manifestations, for example, pain or a burning sensation, Bleeding amid bowel movement, Protrusion of tissue from the anus, Itching around the anus. Hemorrhoids are a standout amongst the most widely recognized reasons that patients look for consultation from a colon and rectal surgeon. Hemorrhoidal disorder has been recorded through hundreds of years of history. Primitive references are found in the Old Testament and in Egyptian, Babylonian and Greek composed sources. Although there are few treatment options available for the treatment of Hemorrhoids, but there is very less or limited knowledge about the complete treatment options and new treatment that are available for treating Hemorrhoids. This review article on Recent Advances in the Treatment of Hemorrhoids will unfold various options (both existing and novel) available for the management of this disorder. The aim stands to prevent morbidity and mortality if any due to this disorder. The review will also unfold management of hemorrhoids via surgical procedures
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