We know that almost everyone is worried about the first visit to the proctologist. we provide the highest emphasis on human approach, discretion and maximum professionalism, part of the examination, the proctologist shall be acquainted with the general state of health of the patient who the examination will clarify the problem that is bothering him.
Hemorroids, also called piles . are swollen veins in anus and lower rectum, similar to varicose veins. Hemorrhoids can develop inside the rectum (internal hemorrhoids) or under the skin around the anus (external hemorrhoids).Nearly three out of four adults will have hemorrhoids from time to time. Hemorrhoids have a number of causes, but often the cause is unknown.
Anal fissure is a rupture of the mucosa in the distal part of the anal canal (directly in the anal opening). An acute anal fissure looks like a fresh tear, somewhat like a paper cut. A chronic anal fissure likely has a deeper tear, and may have internal or external fleshy growths. A fissure is considered chronic if it lasts more than eight weeks.
It is not only one of the most painful diseases of the rectum, but also one of the most painful diseases at all.
Perianal thrombosis of hemorrhoids is the most common complication of external hemorrhoids, characterized by sudden onset and marked painful swelling-lumps at the perianal region reaches the size of a pea to a cherry.
The pain mainly causes stimulation of nerve endings around the rectum.
Ignoring the problem can lead to rupture of the thrombus and subsequent heavy bleeding from the hemorrhoid node.
Anal fimbriae are formations of skin folds. they occur very often and are almost always harmless. Usually patients wrong or misunderstand them with external hemorrhoids. Duplicates can be in one, two or more nodes around the anus.
Sometimes skin folds are painful and can be a sign of an anal fissure.