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Hemorrhoids Clinical Trials

A listing of Hemorrhoids medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (4) clinical trials

Ligation and Hemorrhoidopexy Technique Versus Ligation of Hemorrhoidal Arteries Using Ultrasound for Hemorrhoids

Surgical operations for the treatment of perianal diseases are a major part of all elective surgical cases. The reduction in the hospitalization time of patients undergoing surgical procedures for benign perianal diseases is to the benefit of both the patient and healthcare provider. The importance of 'one day' surgical operations ...

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Hemorrhoidal Artery Ligation and Rectoanal Repair Versus Stapled Hemorrhoidopexy

Background Hemorrhoids of grade 3 and 4 can be treated either by conventional, rather invasive procedures, like Milligan-Morgan or Ferguson or by modern, less invasive procedures with less postoperative pain. Doppler guided hemorrhoidal artery ligation and stapled hemorrhoidopexy are examples for such modern procedures. Hemorrhoidal artery ligation causes less post ...

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SRAE With Embospheres for Hemorrhoids.

Symptomatic hemorrhoidal disease is a still important public health problem although there are many surgical and nonsurgical minimal invasive treatment methods. Treatment methods are not satisfactory or invasive in some percent of the patients. Superior rectal artery embolization(SRAE) for hemorrhoids is an adapted technique derived from Doppler-guided hemorrhoidal artery ligation ...

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Cap-assisted Endoscopic Sclerotherapy for Internal Hemorrhoids and Rectal Prolapse

CAES is a new, minimally invasive endoscopic technique for the treatment of internal hemorrhoids and rectal prolapse. It can accurately control the injection angle, direction and depth under direct vision, and avoid iatrogenic injury caused by ectopic injection to the greatest possible extent. Traditional endoscopic sclerotherapy for internal hemorrhoids require ...

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