As a student of Director An, after witnessing the entire diagnosis and treatment process, he found it incredible, so he searched for information on rectal prolapse: Aunt Li’s rectal prolapse is a tricky disease in the anorectal department. Long-term complete prolapse can cause pudendal nerves. Injuries can cause anal incontinence, ulcers, bleeding, stenosis, and necrosis. Therefore, rectal prolapse has always been a hot spot in anorectal research. At present, the more popular surgical methods for the treatment of rectal prolapse include transabdominal rectal suspension, transabdominal rectal fixation, anterior rectal resection, and partial rectal sigmoid resection. But its general characteristics are long operation time, large trauma, postoperative fasting, stool prohibition, bed rest, etc., and long recovery time, and often risk of bleeding and infection.
The An’s therapy invented by Professor An Ayue applies spot ligation and Shao Bei injection to treat rectal prolapse. It uses local anesthesia, which is less painful and less traumatic. The operation is not operated, non-invasive, and does not affect eating, stool and Normal activities, only 3-5 days after infusion can be cured. Moreover, after years of clinical confirmation, there is no obvious recurrence, no complications and sequelae after operation. It is a great innovation in anorectal therapy, and it is also a good news for anorectal patients.