MANAGEMENT OF GRADE I AND II HEMORRHOID BY SCLEROSANT INJECTION – A STUDY OF 100 CASES

Authors

  • Dr. Priya D. Dhandore Assistant professor, Department of General Surgery, Government Medical College, Miraj
  • Dr. N. N. Hombalkar Associate professor, Department of General Surgery, Government Medical College, Miraj

Abstract

For as long as man has been blessed with an anus, it is fair to assume that he has also been doubly blessed with hemorrhoids Hemorrhoids are one of the most common ailments to afflict mankind. It is almost impossible to calculate its prevalence as for many patients with hemorrhoids never have symptoms so whether such patients should be considered as diseased is still a question.

The word “HAEMORRHOID” is derived from Greek word Haemorrhoides, “Haemo” means blood and “rhoos” meaning flowing. The word “PILES” comes from Latin word “pila” meaning a pill or ball. To be accurate, we should call the disease as piles when the patient complains of a swelling and haemorrhoids when patient complains of bleeding.

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Published

15-09-2018

How to Cite

Dr. Priya D. Dhandore, & Dr. N. N. Hombalkar. (2018). MANAGEMENT OF GRADE I AND II HEMORRHOID BY SCLEROSANT INJECTION – A STUDY OF 100 CASES. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 4(9). Retrieved from http://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/1656