hemorrhoid

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hemorrhoid

[′hem‚rȯid]
(medicine)
A varicosity of the external hemorrhoidal veins, causing painful swelling in the anal region.
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Photographs taken, before and after the procedure, show an impressive reduction of the prolapsed hemorrhoids (Figures 6-13).
Rectal perforation, retropneumoperitoneum and pneumomediastinum after stapling procedure for prolapsed hemorrhoids: report of a case and subsequent considerations.
Medical institutions participating in the research, treated a broad range of patients with Hemorrelief including those with thrombotic hemorrhoids, prolapsed hemorrhoids and grade 2 hemorrhoids and fissures, reported the following:
-- The Procedure for Prolapse and Hemorrhoids is a safe and effective therapy that should be considered the gold standard for the treatment of prolapsed hemorrhoids, Dr.