- Removal of paraproctitis and fistulas
- Hemorrhoidectomy (removal of hemorrhoids)
- Removal of anal polyps
- Removal of rectal cysts, e.g. pilonidal cyst
- Surgical treatment of anal fissures, i.e. fissurectomy
- Removal of genital warts
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Anal polyps are non-cancerous growths that can develop on the lining of the rectum. They can be single or multiple and usually do not cause symptoms or affect digestion. However, in some cases, they can cause discomfort, pain, or bleeding.
The removal of anal polyps is a procedure in which growths resembling tumors are removed from the lining of the rectum. This procedure is usually performed during a colonoscopy, where a special device is inserted into the rectum and used to remove the polyps.
Before the procedure, it is important to follow the doctor’s instructions and preparation guidelines. Typically, the day before the procedure, a special diet should be followed, solid foods should be avoided, and laxatives should be taken to empty the bowels. The procedure itself usually takes about 30-60 minutes and is performed under local anesthesia. After the procedure, mild pain or discomfort may occur, and a special diet should be followed for a day or two, avoiding fatty and heavy foods. Usually, patients can resume their normal activities after the procedure, but heavy physical exertion should be avoided for a few days.
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