Surgical Treatment of Haemorrhoids

  • Charles V. Mann

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. S. Ellesmore, A. C. J. Windsor
    Pages 1-4
  3. Charles V. Mann
    Pages 23-36
  4. Charles V. Mann
    Pages 37-42
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    Pages 43-49
  6. P. H. Lord
    Pages 51-56
  7. Charles V. Mann
    Pages 57-64
  8. Sridhar Chalasani, L. Peter Fielding
    Pages 65-70
  9. Indru T. Khubchandani
    Pages 89-92
  10. Per-Olof Nyström, Rune Sjödahl
    Pages 97-104
  11. Julius C. Bonello
    Pages 105-108
  12. Charles V. Mann
    Pages 109-118
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    Pages 129-131
  15. Marvin L. Corman, Stephen I. Allison
    Pages 133-138
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    Pages 139-144
  17. Hitesh Patel, Timothy G. Allen-Mersh
    Pages 155-161
  18. Charles V. Mann, M. C. Berthoud
    Pages 163-171
  19. Back Matter
    Pages 173-179

About this book


Surgical Treatment of Haemorrhoids is a high level text covering both recent advances and traditional treatments in this field. In 24 chapters, essential elements of diagnosis, surgical technique and after-care for the main operations used in haemorrhoid surgery, are given. This book provides authoritative in-depth presentations of all perspectives and latest techniques available. The individual procedures are each described by an internationally recognised expert, and the full range of treatment options is covered. Surgical Treatment of Haemorrhoids covers an important and common disorder, offering a comprehensive critical analysis of advantages and disadvantages of recognised treatment options. The result is a uniquely comprehensive guide which will prove invaluable to both trainee and practising colorectal and general surgeons. Charles Mann, former President of the Section of Colo-Proctology of the Royal Society of Medicine, is a respected UK coloproctologist who has written extensively on all aspects of coloproctology.


Haermorrhoids Laser Techniques anatomy coloproctology proctology surgery

Editors and affiliations

  • Charles V. Mann
    • 1
  1. 1.St. Marks Hospital and The Royal London HospitalOld Alresford, HantsUK

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