Stapled haemorrhoidectomy is a new technique effective in treating combined internal and external haemorrhoids. The advantages of this procedure include less pain, reduced hospital stay and a quicker recovery to normal activities. The practical purposes there are few more techniques practiced conventionally. The treating surgeon decides depending on his skills and adaptation of the patient to the procedure.
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