Hemorrhoids are clinically divided into internal hemorrhoids, external hemorrhoids and mixed hemorrhoids. Generally, when observing the anus with the naked eye, it is mainly used to see whether there is external hemorrhoids, and the length of internal hemorrhoids cannot be observed with the naked eye. If the patient is a sudden acute thrombotic external hemorrhoid, there will be redness, swelling and thrombus outside the anus. If the patient is a redundant skin external hemorrhoid, there is only a lump of meat outside the anus, which is not painful and itchy, which is not much different from the normal anus. There are certain inducements for the attack of hemorrhoids. When hemorrhoids do not attack at ordinary times, appropriate anal lifting exercise will be helpful to better prevent the attack of hemorrhoids.
Generally, patients with external hemorrhoids can see hemorrhoids when they see the anus with the naked eye, but they can't see internal hemorrhoids because they grow inside.
Normal anus and long hemorrhoid anus can see external hemorrhoids from the appearance. When we check, we mainly look for external hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids and external hemorrhoids are the most common external hemorrhoids, that is, more meat outside the anus will come out, which will not affect the patient's normal defecation function. So it's not much different from normal. If it is internal hemorrhoids, it will come out when the patient defecates, so it can't be seen under normal circumstances. No, so I can't see how big and serious internal hemorrhoids are.
Generally, for patients with internal hemorrhoids, when they can't go back by themselves, they will do anoscopy, so as to better clarify the size, scope and quantity of internal hemorrhoids. If the patient is mixed hemorrhoids, it can be determined whether the disease is internal hemorrhoids or external hemorrhoids.More recommended