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Piles, commonly known as haemorrhoids, is just one of many anorectal diseases. More people know about piles since it is one of the most common anorectal conditions. An anorectal anomaly refers to the diseases of the anus and/or the rectum.

Piles is the most widespread anorectal disease among adults—as much as 75% of the Indian population experience mild or severe symptoms of congenital anorectal anomalies. The most simple way to understand this disease is that there are swollen veins that develop around the anus or lower rectum. Contrary to popular belief, men and women have

Varicose veins are a common condition wherein some veins, especially in the legs, swell up and become painful. Consider one of several varicose veins treatment options to be more comfortable.

Varicose veins are a relatively common and painful condition, with over 10 million cases in India each year. Scientifically referred to as varicose or varicosities, this condition is caused by your veins becoming swollen, dilated, and overloaded with blood. To the naked eye, varicose veins may look bluish-purple, and sometimes red. The most common cases

Do you feel pain in your lower abdomen or groin area when you bend, cough, or lift something heavy? Or, do you feel a noticeable bump around the pubic or groin area, especially when you stand up or cough?

Do you feel pain in your lower abdomen or groin area when you bend, cough, or lift something heavy? Or, do you feel a noticeable bump around the pubic or groin area, especially when you stand up or cough? If you answered in an affirmative to either of the above, you might have developed an

The process of joining the vein to artery allowing an increase in the size of the vein as well as the flow in it, this segment of the vein is called ‘fistula. Read here more about what is fistula.

What is a fistula? An arteriovenous fistula, or AVF, is a vessel that is formed by joining a vein to an artery in your arm during an operation to form an accessible blood vessel that gives increased flow of blood that are adequate for dialysis. The process of joining the vein to artery allows for

 
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