Laser treatments for fistulas and hemorrhoids

In proctology the laser provides excellent cutting and coagulation by limiting thermal damage to the surrounding tissues and reducing post-operative pain. The recent applications of perianal and sacrococcygeal fistula closure and endoscopic coagulation of haemorrhoids and their peduncles are of much interest.

 

What are the diode laser applications in Proctology?

  • Haemorrhoidectomy
  • Endoscopic coagulation of haemorrhoids and haemorrhoidal peduncles
  • Rhagades
  • Low, medium and high transphincteric anal fistulas, both single and multiple, and relapses
  • Perianal Fistula
  • Sacrococcigeal fistula (sinus pilonidanilis)
  • Polyps
  • Neoplasms

 

What are the advantages of this treatment?

  • Maximum respect of the sphincter muscle
  • No excision
  • Performed in just a few minutes
  • No medication
  • Very little pain
  • No need for special hygien
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