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Posted by: Francisco | 2003/02/25

Hemorroidal Laparactomy

Dear Cyberdoc, thank you for your kind answer. Excuse me, you are right, I was referring to a laparoscopy.I was interested in that procedure because I thought that way cutting the anal sphincter -as in the case of laser surgery-could be avoided.

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Francisco, the anal sphincter isn’t cut during a haemorrhoidectomy – it’s just stretched enough to give access to the internal haemorrhoid. Let me know if you need to know more. Good luck.

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