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TITLE:

COMPARE THE FREQUENCY OF PAIN AND BLEEDING AFTER HEMORRHOIDECTOMY AND RUBBER BAND LIGATION IN PATIENTS WITH THIRD DEGREE HEMORRHOIDS

AUTHORS:

Dr. Aamna Abid, Dr. Syed Mohsin Mehmood, Dr. Nayab Chaudhary

ABSTRACT:

Abstract: Background: There are many ways to remove hemorrhoids but it depends on grade of a disease. Objective: This study aimed to compare the frequency of pain and bleeding after hemorrhoidectomy and rubber band ligation in patients with third degree hemorrhoids. Study design: It was a group study. Duration: The time period for this study was 2 years. Material and Methods: This study was done in Surgery Department, Mayo Hospital Lahore. Patients selected were of third grade hemorrhoids. There were two groups of patients with 70 patients each. Effect of hemorrhoidectomy and rubber band ligation was studied from the observations. Results: Forty- nine and 47 patients were male from group A and group B respectively. In group A, 2 patients had mild pain after operation. Twenty-two patients in group B showed mild pain after surgery. In group-A, one patient and 31 patients from group B showed moderate pain. Two patients from group A and 10 patients from group B have shown mild bleeding. One patient belonging to group A and 8 patients from group B developed severe bleeding after surgery. Conclusion: Rubber band ligation is reliable procedure with less complications. Key words: Milligan Morgan Hemorrhoidectomy, Rubber Band Ligation, Pain, Bleeding.

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