Hemorrhoids

  • M.-C. Marti
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Abstract

Hemorrhoidal disease is the most frequently observed anal pathology; 50%-90% of all individuals complain of hemorrhoids at least once in their lives. Fifty percent of all patients attending a proctological clinic present more or less severe symptoms due to hemorrhoids. This disease has been recognized and treated since antiquity [34, 78, 82].

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Obesity Phenol Lymphoma Estrogen Foam 

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