Recently I attended an academic conference and watched a video of surgery-surgical treatment of mixed hemorrhoids. I found that the misdiagnosis rate of the above two diseases is very high. If the diagnosis is unknown, the operation method is all wrong. As for the prognosis and recurrence, one can imagine.
Annular mixed hemorrhoids are a manifestation of mixed hemorrhoids. There are multiple hemorrhoids prolapsed at the anal margin. The hemorrhoids are granular. The internal hemorrhoid mucosa and bleeding can be seen. The surgical treatment is relatively simple. The hemorrhoids are removed one by one, or minimally invasive treatment is required. Low and fewer postoperative complications.
Anal canal prolapse is a manifestation of rectal prolapse. It is a circular prolapse of the anal canal. Of course, rectal mucosal prolapse and hemorrhoid prolapse can be seen. Many doctors misdiagnose it as a circular mixed hemorrhoid. However, the operation requirements are very high, and the original anatomical structure of the rectum and anal canal needs to be restored. Just imagine, if hemorrhoids are treated by surgery, will hemorrhoids relapse within a few years?
Therefore, hemorrhoids are simple and simple, but they are not easy to do well. It is to have a full understanding of the disease.
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