Laser treatment of Haemorrhoids is a new, highly effective, scientifically proven procedure with much more precision and accuracy.
A LASER hemorrhoidoplasty is a procedure that employs laser energy for the treatment of hemorrhoids. When this treatment is applied, a Diode laser is used which leads to reduction in blood supply to Anal Cushions, Shrinkage of piles mass and coagulation.
ADVANTAGES OF LASER PILES SURGERY
Least tissue trauma
No blood loss
Short hospital stay
No post operative dressing
No tissue removed
Fistula in Ano
Anal Fistula is an abnormal passage (communication) between the interior of the anal canal or rectum and the skin surface around the anus.
Rarely, the fistula may communicate from anus (rectum) to Vagina (Recto-Vaginal Fistula), Urinary Bladder (Recto-Vesical Fistula) or other pelvic structures including the bowel
Symptoms of anal fistula
Symptoms are usually a purulent discharge & drainage of pus and/or stool near the anus, which can irritate the outer tissues causing itching and discomfort.
Pain occurs when fistulas become blocked and abscesses recur.
A fistula-in-ano is diagnosed when a probe has been passed between the opening on the skin's surface & the interior opening.
Advantages of laser over conventional surgery
No surgical wounds
Destruction of the fistula from the inside
No anal sphincter damages – no incontinence
Early resuming working activities (2-3 days)
It is a sphincter preserving surgery
Fissure in Ano
Anal fissures are cracks or tears in the anus and anal canal. They may be acute or chronic.
Causes of anal fissures- Anal fissures are caused primarily by trauma due to passage of hard stool, but several non-traumatic diseases are associated with anal fissures and should be suspected if fissures occur in unusual locations.
Symptoms of anal fissures- The primary symptom of anal fissures is pain during and following bowel movements. Other symptoms that may occur are:
1. BLEEDING, ITCHING, AND MALODOROUS DISCHARGE
The latest technique is laser internal sphincterotomy (minimal invasive surgery) and laser fissurectomy.
The advantages are
No cutting of extra tissue
Pilonidal sinuses are rare, affecting about 26 in 100,000 people each year.
They affect at least twice as many men as women. The average age for a pilonidal sinus is 21 in men and 19 in women.
They are less common in children and people over the age of 45.
PILONIDAL SINUS TREATMENT A Pilonidal sinus also called Pilonidal cyst, Pilonidal abcess or Sacrococcygeal fistula is a cyst (small sac) or tunnel in the skin. It develops over the tailbone at the top of the cleft of the buttocks. The cyst usually contains hair and skin debris. More than one cyst may develop and these are linked by tunnels under the skin.
CAUSES OF PILONIDAL SINUS
More common in males
People who sit for long hours at a stretch eg. Drivers
Thick body hair especially those that are coarse and curly
Previous injury in the area
Family history of Pilonidal Sinus
Having a deep cleft between buttocks
History of previous Pilonidal Cyst
PILONIDAL SINUS TREATMENT USING LASER- LASER PILONIDOPLASTY Photo-coagulation following inside the cyst results in sublimation of the capsule inside the coccyx cyst. The aseptically inflammation promoted by photo-coagulation with LASER result to a perfect healing of Pilonidal sinus in about a week.