Your surgeon will open and drain an abscess and seal an anal fistula. They will propose a procedure based on your individual condition.
Colonoscopy is a test for abnormalities in your large intestine, including colon cancer, a potentially fatal disease. If you are age 50 or older, it is important to have an initial colonoscopy.
Our doctors will treat your Crohn’s disease with an individualized and comprehensive approach that may include surgery to remove a portion of your digestive tract, along with other therapies.
If your hemorrhoids bleed frequently or become large or painful, we may recommend surgical removal. The type of surgery will depend on the size and location of your hemorrhoids.
When a portion of your large intestine must be removed permanently or temporarily because of disease or injury, your doctor may recommend ileostomy or colostomy surgery to allow stool to safely leave your body.
If your pilonidal cyst becomes infected or becomes a pilonidal abscess, your surgeon may recommend draining it so that it may heal, or removing the cyst entirely.
Your surgeon can treat this painful infection near the anus by making an incision into the abscess to drain it. Some skin and fat may be removed to allow drainage while your body heals.
Rectal bleeding may appear as blood on toilet paper or as dark or red stool. It is a symptom of many conditions, so we will run tests to discover the origin of the bleeding for diagnosis and treatment.
Our doctors may conduct sigmoidoscopy examinations of your lower colon and rectum to investigate pain, bleeding, diarrhea, constipation, or to screen for cancer or take a tissue sample for testing.
Skin tags and condylomas, or genital warts, are different types of noncancerous growths. If you need treatment, your doctor will discuss a course of action appropriate for your situation.
If medical treatments are not successful in treating your ulcerative colitis, your gastroenterologist may recommend a surgical option to eliminate your disease.
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