Ihsanullah Sial

Altibri Medical College and Hospital, Pakistan


  • Research   
    Outcomes after Hemorrhoidectomy with or Without Lateral Sphincterotomy: An Observational Study
    Author(s): Dharmoo Arija, Rekha Melwani, Sadaf Jabeen, Rajesh Kumar, Ihsanullah Sial, BushraTasneem and Adnan Anwar*

    Objective: Hemorrhoids are a common human disease for which the best option available for the surgical management has remained conventional open hemorrhoidectomy. The most common complication of open hemorrhoidectomy is postoperative pain caused by spasm of the internal sphincter. Lateral sphincterotomy is a commonly performed procedure for relieving spasm and pain. The main aim of our study was to compare the postoperative outcomes in patients treated with open hemorrhoidectomy and open hemorrhoidectomy with internal sphincterotomy. Methodology: This observational study was conducted in surgical unit 1 of Ghulam Mohammad Mahar Medical College (GMMC), Sukkur. Duration of the study was about 2 years from Nov 2016 to Dec 2018. The ethical approval was taken from Institutional Research and Ethical Committee of medical college of Sukkur. A total of 120 patients were chosen for this study... Read More»

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