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hemorrhoidectomy

[‚hem‚rȯi′dek·tə·mē]
(medicine)
Surgical removal of hemorrhoids.
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Stapled haemorrhoidectomy in Chinese patients: A prospective randomised control study.
Randomised clinical trial of stapled haemorrhoidopexy versus conventional diathermy haemorrhoidectomy.
Stapled mucosectomy for acute thrombosed circumferentially prolapsed piles: a prospective randomised comparison with conventional haemorrhoidectomy.
Persistent pain and faecal urgency after stapled haemorrhoidectomy.
Randomised clinical trial of sutured versus stapled closed haemorrhoidectomy.
A German multicentre study on circular stapled haemorrhoidectomy.
Randomised trial assessing anal sphincter injuries after stapled haemorrhoidectomy.
Acute rectal obstruction after PPH stapled haemorrhoidectomy.
Residual staples as a possible cause of recurrent rectal bleeding after stapled haemorrhoidectomy.
Life threatening pelvic sepsis after stapled haemorrhoidectomy.
Long-term results after excision haemorrhoidectomy versus stapled haemorrhoidectomy for prolapsing haemorrhoids.