Traditionally, hemorrhoids are the general term for the symptoms of anal mass prolapse, bleeding, pain, itching and discomfort. Common anorectal diseases: internal hemorrhoids, external hemorrhoids, mixed hemorrhoids, anal fissure, anal fistula, perianal abscess, anal eczema, rectal prolapse, rectal tumors and common clinical manifestations of inflammatory diseases. The "hemorrhoids" that the general population subconsciously considers can only be determined as a specific disease through careful examination by a professional doctor.
Most of the anus are benign diseases, which are generally not life-threatening. Because of the high incidence, they bring great inconvenience and pain to many people's lives. Dietary life adjustment and drug treatment can reduce the incidence and condition to a certain extent, but limit people's desire for life and work activities; furthermore, traditional concepts are ashamed of diagnosis and treatment, and most "hemorrhoids" majors are reserved in traditional Chinese medicine hospitals or smaller Clinics, in the long run, such diseases lack basic research and development: biology, pathological anatomy, high-end imaging, etc. involve less, and the development is slow, resulting in "general disease cannot be cured, complicated disease conditions are undergoing staging operations, multiple operations, and survival with fistula", "Complications are inevitable, anal stenosis, incontinence, uncontrollable pain, unbearable pain" and other viewpoints are prohibitive. They do not recognize the process and effect of surgical treatment. In addition, in recent years, false medical advertisements have caused people to "hemorrhoids." The impression that the treatment effect is not good and cannot be cured.
With the development of social economy and culture, people have higher and higher requirements for the quality of life and health index. Many large general hospitals are gradually paying attention to the "hemorrhoids" group. From "General Surgery to Anorectal Surgery, and subdivided into Anorectal Benign Disease Surgery", it specializes in researching the etiology, pathology and treatment principles of "hemorrhoids, fistulas, pus, fissure, and prolapse". Some hospitals have developed into higher-specialized 3-4 level clinical departments, and medical colleges and universities are also paying attention to the training of advanced talents in the anorectal profession. The general condition of hemorrhoids can be controlled by improving health education knowledge and guiding improvement; for the conditions that cause pain or recurring episodes, most professional doctors try to use one-time surgery to relieve anal complex or multiple problems. With the development of medical science and technology, the concept of radical treatment of hemorrhoids is gradually improving.