Evaluation and management of hemorrhoids: Italian society of colorectal surgery (SICCR) consensus statement

@article{Trompetto2015EvaluationAM,
  title={Evaluation and management of hemorrhoids: Italian society of colorectal surgery (SICCR) consensus statement},
  author={Mario Trompetto and Giuseppe Clerico and Gianfranco Cocorullo and P. Giordano and F. Marino and Jacopo Martellucci and Giovanni Milito and Massimiliano Mistrangelo and Carlo Ratto},
  journal={Techniques in Coloproctology},
  year={2015},
  volume={19},
  pages={567-575}
}
Hemorrhoids are one of the most common medical and surgical diseases and the main reason for a visit to a coloproctologist. This consensus statement was drawn up by the Italian society of colorectal surgery in order to provide practice parameters for an accurate assessment of the disease and consequent appropriate treatment. The authors made a careful search in the main databases (MEDLINE, PubMed, Embase and Cochrane), and all results were classified on the basis of the grade of recommendation… 
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