Figure 1: Internal hemorrhoids, stage 1, mucosal bulge at the lower end of the rectum
Figure 2: Internal hemorrhoids, stage 2, the mucosa at the lower end of the rectum bulges and protrudes outside the anus.
Figure 3: Thrombosis, external hemorrhoids, bleeding from the subcutaneous veins of the anal margin, formation of stasis cells under the skin, acute pain, but it can be relieved slowly.
Figure 4: Thrombotic external hemorrhoids, large, all bulging half of the anal margin.
Figure 5: Inflammatory external hemorrhoids, manifested as acute edema of the anal margin,
The pain can be relieved on its own.
Figure 6: Inflammatory external hemorrhoids, heavier.
Figure 7: External hemorrhoids of connective tissue, manifested as perianal epidermis.
Figure 8: External connective tissue hemorrhoids, heavier.
Figure 9: Varicose external hemorrhoids, which can occur at the anal margin,
It can also be in the anal canal, soft, large or small.
Figure 10: Varicose external hemorrhoids.
Figure 11: Mixed hemorrhoids, single
Figure 12: Mixed hemorrhoids, multiple.
Figure 13: Circular mixed hemorrhoids
Figure 14: Circular mixed hemorrhoids
Figure 15: Circular mixed hemorrhoids
Figure 16: Circular mixed hemorrhoids
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