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The Melbourne Haemorrhoid and Rectal Bleeding Clinic - The Melbourne Haemorrhoid and Rectal Bleeding Clinic, Rubber Banding, Injecting, Haemorrhoids, Hemorrhoids, Haemorrhoid, Hemorrhoid

  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/aprof-maurice-brygel/ Maurice Brygel - A/Prof. Maurice Brygel graduated from Medicine at Melbourne University. Following this he trained in Anaesthesia in London.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/charles-leinkram/ Mr Charles Leinkram - Mr Charles Leinkram has been a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons for 25 years.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/peter-grossberg/ Peter Grossberg - Melbourne Haemorrhoid and Rectal Bleeding Clinic - Mr Peter Grossberg is a graduate of the University of Melbourne and a qualified general surgeon. He is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and the American College of Surgeons.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/mr-lean-peng-lp-cheah/ Mr Lean-Peng (LP) Cheah - Mr Lean-Peng (LP) Cheah graduated medicine from the University of Melbourne with first class honours.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/zeev-duieb/ Zeev Duieb - Mr. Zeev Duieb is a Gastrointestinal, Colorectal and General Surgeon. He graduated from Medicine at Monash University.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/haemorrhoids/ Haemorrhoids - Haemorrhoids can be likened to varicose veins. That is clumps of vessels swell with any increase in pressure. Hemorroids, hemorroids, treatment
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/reassurance/ Reassurance - Melbourne Haemorrhoid and Rectal Bleeding Clinic - REASSURANCE Haemorrhoids are not a dangerous condition. Patients often come along fearing the worst – cancer. After thorough examination they can be reassured that:
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/dietary-advice/ Dietary Advice - Dietary Advice: High fibre diets keep the bowels soft and avoid straining. Modern diets tend to cause constipation and have been implicated in the increasing incidence of bowel cancer.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/local-measures/ Local Measures - Melbourne Haemorrhoid and Rectal Bleeding Clinic - The local applications sooth the surface of the haemorrhoids and shrink the veins. There are simple preparations such as Rectinol, which can be readily purchased from the Pharmacist over the counter.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/injection/ Injection. Treatment Option for Haemorroids - Injection Sclerotherapy This is useful for treating bleeding haemorrhoids. Some Surgeons prefer this technique for first and second-degree haemorrhoids
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/rubber-band-ligation-for-haemorrhoids/ Rubber Band Ligation for Haemorrhoids - Rubber Band Ligation for Haemorrhoids is a simpler office or room’s treatment for haemorrhoids as opposed to surgery, which usually takes place in hospital.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/surgery/ Surgery – Radical Haemorrhoidectomy - The operation is called Radical Haemorrhoidectomy, because the whole haemorrhoid is removed.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/anal-fissure/ Anal Fissure - Following constipation or a change in bowel habits, a tear can occur in the lining of the anal canal.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/abscess-fistula/ Anal Abscess & Fistula - Anal Abscess & Fistula An abscess is a collection of pus. Abscesses may occur anywhere in the body after the early infection becomes localised.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/polyps/ Polyps - Melbourne Haemorrhoid and Rectal Bleeding Clinic - A polyp is a protuberance from the lining of the bowel wall. It may be shaped like a mushroom or a mountain. They start off benign, but can convert to cancer.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/anal-cancer/ Anal Cancer - Carcinoma of the anus (Anal Cancer), Cancers of the anus or anal canal are usually of the squamous cell type. They are much less common than bowel cancer.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/anal-warts/ Anal Warts - Anal Warts, Sometimes called Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) or condylomata. There are many different strains of virus.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/puritis-ani/ Puritis Ani - Melbourne Haemorrhoid and Rectal Bleeding Clinic - This means itchy bottom. This is a very common annoying condition for which the cause is not certain. It may be associated with other conditions such as haemorrhoids, eczema or psoriasis.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/pilonidal-sinus/ Pilonidal Sinus - Melbourne Haemorrhoid and Rectal Bleeding Clinic - Means a nest (‘nidus’) of hairs (‘pilus’) Accumulates in the natal cleft above the anus between the buttocks. The hair gets under the skin through little pits and causes infection.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/colonoscopy/ Colonoscopy - These days, in most patients over 45 years with bleeding, a colonoscopy will be advised to exclude causes further up the bowel such as polyps or even cancer.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/gastroscopy/ Gastroscopy - Gastroscopy is when a thin flexible tube is passed through the mouth into the oesophagus, stomach and first part of the small bowel (duodenum) for diagnosis.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/faecal-occult-blood/ Faecal Occult Blood - Faecal Occult Blood, Benign and cancerous tumours in the bowel tend to bleed, and this blood is detected by the FOB Test.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/diverticular-disease-of-the-colon/ Diverticular Disease of the Colon - Diverticular Disease of the Colon, This disease usually affects the sigmoid colon, which is in the lower left side of the abdomen.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/irritable-bowel-syndrome/ Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) - Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a very common condition which affects the function of the bowel. It is generally a chronic condition although the symptoms and severity may vary from person to person.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/bowel-cancer/ Bowel Cancer - Bowel cancer (also known as colorectal cancer) is the commonest type of cancer in Australian men and women after skin cancers. About 1 in 18 men and 1 in 26 women will develop bowel cancer by the age of 75.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/ischaemic-bowel-disease/ Ischaemic Bowel Disease - Ischaemic Bowel Disease, Just like a heart attack because an artery is blocked, the bowel can die due to a blockage of one of the main arteries to the bowel
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/ulcerative-colitis/ Ulcerative Colitis - Ulcerative Colitis is characterized by recurring episodes of inflammation limited to the inner lining of the colon.
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/crohns-disease/ Crohn's Disease - Crohn’s disease may involve the entire gastrointestinal tract from mouth to perianal area. Crohns disease
  • http://haemorrhoidclinic.com.au/genetics-of-colo-rectal-cancer/ Genetics of Colo-rectal Cancer - Colo-rectal Cancer (Bowel cancer) is unfortunately a very common cancer. Genetics of Colo-rectal Cancer

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  • Kendall A. - Three Stars

    Pretty standard study guide. Practice tests were helpful. Nothing outstanding though. Good buy if you get it cheap.

  • MitziW - Mixed Review

    I am a homeschooler of two children, both of whom we thought would benefit from the information in this manual. The information in the book is interesting, and the procedures are sequenced well. The manual itself is not what you would expect for the amount of money spent, though. The manual looks to be 'home-made'; laser printed pages that are spiral bound. There are many spelling and grammatical errors throughout. For the money spent, I would have liked to have seen a more professional presentation, and reading it would have been much easier without all of the errors.