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In our proctology department, we perform all corrective procedures of the large intestine, aimed at repairing areas of the anus, rectum, and colon. Proctologists specialize in surgeries to remove entire organs (e.g., gallbladder) or their parts. The instrumental treatment methods utilized in our clinic allow for the successful treatment of 90-95% of patients with grades I, II, III, and sometimes even IV stages of hemorrhoidal disease. These methods represent a compromise between conservative approaches and traditional surgical treatments, characterized by high effectiveness, lower costs, and fewer potential postoperative complications.
An additional advantage of the methods applied in our clinic is the nearly painless nature of the procedure and, in many cases, the possibility of returning to work as early as the next day. However, to maintain this level of comfort, some procedures need to be performed in two or three stages (Barron’s method) or multiple times (Heromon’s method).
In these types of procedures, we also utilize the fact that the rectal mucosa above the dentate line is not sensitive to touch. This enables us to conduct painless procedures. The goal of the procedures performed in the proctology department is to close the blood vessels of the hemorrhoidal plexus, reduce the blood supply to the hemorrhoidal mass, and create fibrous tissue. The fibrous tissue attaches the hemorrhoid’s mucosa to its underlying tissue, preventing its displacement and prolapse.
Proctologists deal with the treatment of various conditions.
The most common ones are:
The procedure of anal fissure removal is performed using laser, under local anesthesia. The procedure is minimally invasive and does not require patient hospitalization. During the procedure, an endoscope with an adjustable opening is inserted into the anus and guided to the fissure. Then, using the laser, the pathological tissues of the anal fissure are vaporized in a contactless manner. This is one of the most advanced methods for treating anal fissures, with a high success rate.