Hemorrhoids, anal fistula, anal fissure, and pilonidal sinus are all treated in-depth by AASRA. However, if you approach one of our anorectal professionals with anorectal signs and symptoms, they will give you a complete consultation and assist you in selecting the most appropriate course of action.
Regardless of the ailment, the proctology specialist may do any of the colon and rectun tests listed below:
Examining the rectus
a sonogram of the abdominal cavity
test using endoscopy
Physical exams alone can diagnose the majority of disorders. However, the anorectal surgeon may recommend the aforementioned tests if the diagnosis calls for a more thorough investigation.
Anorectal disorders have no known cause. However, according to medical records, poor eating habits and a lack of exercise are two typical factors that might develop anorectal disorders like piles or fissure. A very prevalent risk factor that may raise your risk of getting anorectal disorders is the consumption of a diet deficient in fibre. Additionally, a person's risk of anorectal disorders might be considerably increased by advanced age, a family history of colon cancer, or bowel disease.