Grade of Piles

PHRC

Here we have a team of experienced surgeons headed by Dr. Dinesh shah & affiliated competent Anesthesiologist. Dr.Dinesh Shah is popular and the senior reputed Colo-Rectal Surgeon having the qualifications M.B.B.S. & M.S. from SMS Medical College Jaipur (which is one of the best medical colleges in India) and super specialization in colo-rectal surgery (FACRSI).✔ He is fellow of American College of Surgeon ( FACS)

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Our Procedure

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MIPH

MIPH ( Minimally Invasive Procedure for Hemorrhoids) is defined as a minimally invasive surgical technique in which a band of loose or prolapsed mucosa and sub mucosa in the rectum is excised , proximal to the piles and disrupted mucosa is fixed by ‘stapled end to end mucosal anastomosis’. By which the blood supply to the pile mass is interrupted and pile mass get reduced.

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DGHAL-RAR

Doppler Guided Hemorrhoidal Artery Ligation Useful in Grade II, III AND IV piles. DGHAL may be performed under general anaesthesia ,Local anesthesia or spinal anesthesia. This operation is designed to eradicate piles without the need for cutting. The operation uses a miniature ultrasound device to locate the blood vessels supplying the haemorrhoids. The aim of the operation is to cut off the blood supply to the haemorrhoids

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Suture Anopexy

It’s a noninvasive procedure for piles .Useful in Gr. II, III and IV. Here we take the two double knot suture 2 and 4 cm above the dentate line fix in mucosa, submucosa and muscular layer. Hence it stop the blood supply to the pile masses and hence reduce or abolish the bleeding as well as prolapsed. It is a day care procedure. Patient discharged within 24 hrs. less pain, no bleeding.

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Our Latest Health Tips

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The most important thing to note for the patient of piles is to stay away from constipation, avoid excessive stress during defecation.

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Exercise regularly, this will improve your blood flow and also reduce your extra calories.

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Drink stale mouth water in the morning or water kept in copper vessel at night.

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Eat more fibrous foods such as fresh fruits, raw and undercooked vegetables like :- cabbage, spinach, coriander, cucumber, cucumber, onions, tomatoes, whole wheat bread and cereals, legumes, raisins, figs, seasonal, pomegranate pears.

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Increase the amount of fibrous substances in the food gradually, as sudden increase can cause diarrhea and abdominal pain.

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Take a handful of sprouted moong, moth daily.

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Use only coarse flour of wheat or sifted flour (without bran).

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Reduce your daily intake of coffee, tea and oil. Do not eat spicy food as they cause irritation and discomfort during defecation.

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Piles - Hemorrhoids

Haemorrhoids, also known as piles, are natural cushions of tissue and veins located at the junction of rectum and anus.

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Fissure in Ano

Per rectal examination is painful due to Spasm of internal sphincter, A split or cut on the posterior or anterior midline of the anal verge.

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Fistula in Ano

A fistula in ano is a hollow tract lined with granulation tissue connecting a primary opening inside the anal canal to a secondary opening in the peri anal skin.

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