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A Clinical Review of Haemorrhoids

Gyanendra kumar Gupta, Gagan Devi


Haemorrhoid is a problem related to age and dietary factors. It is a very terrible condition; patient is avoiding defecation because of every morning become painful with bleeding per rectum. Patients become very anxious after looking of pan full with blood. Based on its bleeding symptomatology it can be correlated with haemorrhoids. In humans, the erect position results in very high pressure on the valve less rectal venous plexus which make humans prone to this disease. It is estimated that 50% of the population above the age of fifty have the minimal or significant piles.


Haemorrhoids, Rectum, Venous Plexus, Piles and Symptomatology

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