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BTDMJB. 2007; 3(1): 40-42

Intractable bleeding from hemorrhoid piles after Stapled Hemorrhoidopexy: Case report

Aziz Sümer, Neşet Köksal, Ediz Altınlı.

Stapled hemorrhoidopexy is a new approach to the treatment of hemorrhoids. Stapled hemorrhoidopexy has recently become a widely
accepted procedure for second and third degree hemorrhoids. In comparison to conventional hemorrhoidectomy, the reduction of
postoperative pain and the shorter hospital stay made stapled hemorrhoidopexy a recommended surgical procedure. Various authors
have reported multiple complications, including persistent anorectal pain, faecal urgency, stricture formation, recurrent prolapses, pelvic
sepsis, rectal perforations and bleeding.
The aim of this study is to evaluate a case along with literature who had intractable bleeding from hemorrhoid piles after stapled

Key words: Stapled Hemorrhoidopexy, hemorrhoid pile, bleeding

Article Language: Turkish English

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