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Aigner, F; Conrad, F; Haunold, I; Pfeifer, J; Salat, A; Wunderlich, M; Konsensusgruppe der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Coloproktologie (ACP) der österreichischen Gesellschaft für Chirurgie; Fortelny, R; Fritsch, H; Glöckler, M; Hauser, H; Heuberger, A; Karner-Hanusch, J; Kopf, C; Lechner, P; Riss, S; Roka, S; Scheyer, M. .
Consensus statement haemorrhoidal disease.
Wien Klin Wochenschr. 2012; 124(5-6):207-219
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Hauser Hubert
Pfeifer Johann
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Abstract:
Haemorrhoidal disease belongs to the most common benign disorders in the lower gastrointestinal tract. Treatment options comprise conservative as well as surgical therapy still being applied arbitrarily in accordance with the surgeon's expertise. The aim of this consensus statement was therefore to assess a stage-dependent approach for treatment of haemorrhoidal disease to derive evidence-based recommendations for clinical routine. The most common methods are discussed with respect of haemorrhoidal disease in extraordinary conditions like pregnancy or inflammatory bowel disease and recurrent haemorrhoids. Tailored haemorrhoidectomy is preferable for individualized treatment with regard to the shortcomings of the traditional Goligher classification in solitary or circular haemorrhoidal prolapses.
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