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Hemorrhoids

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ISBN: 978-3-319-51989-0 (Print) 978-3-319-51989-0 (Online)

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      Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathophysiology of Hemorrhoids

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      Classification of Haemorrhoidal Disease and Impact on the Choice of Treatment

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      Hemorrhoidal Dearterialization with Laser: Techniques and Results

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      Intra- and Postoperative Management in Patients Submitted to Operation for Hemorrhoids

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      Literature Review on Hemorrhoidectomy

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      Literature Review on Outpatients Treatments for Hemorrhoids

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      Main Advantages of Hemorrhoidectomy

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      Main Advantages of Stapled Hemorrhoidopexy

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      Main Disadvantages of Stapled Hemorrhoidopexy

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      Modern Hemorrhoidectomy: Techniques and Results

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      Postoperative Complications Following Surgical Procedures for Hemorrhoids and Their Management

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      Pros and Cons of Stapled Hemorrhoidopexy

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      Pros and Contras of Dearterialization of Hemorrhoids and Mucopexy

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      Technical Tips and Tricks of Dearterialization of Hemorrhoids and Mucopexy

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      Technical Tips and Tricks of Hemorrhoidectomy

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      The Acute Management of Hemorrhoids

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      Traditional Hemorrhoidectomy: Techniques and Results

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      Why and When I Do Prefer the Outpatient Treatments for Hemorrhoids

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      Why and When I Do Prefer the Stapled Hemorrhoidopexy