Konsensusbericht Hämorrhoidalleiden

@article{Aigner2011KonsensusberichtH,
  title={Konsensusbericht H{\"a}morrhoidalleiden},
  author={Felix Aigner and Friedrich Conrad and Ingrid Haunold and Jerilyn Kyker Pfeifer and Andreas Salat and M. Wunderlich and Ren{\'e} Fortelny and Helga Fritsch and Markus Gloeckler and Hubert Hauser and Andreas Heuberger and Judith Karner-Hanusch and Christoph Heindl and Peter Simon Lechner and Stefan Riss and Sebastian Roka and Matthias Scheyer and Konsensusgruppe der Arbeitsgemeinschaft f{\"u}r Coloproktologie der {\"O}s Chirurgie},
  journal={Wiener klinische Wochenschrift},
  year={2011},
  volume={124},
  pages={207-219}
}
SummaryHaemorrhoidal disease belongs to the most common benign disorders in the lower gastrointestinal tract. Treatment options comprise conservative as well as surgical therapy still being applied arbitrarily in accordance with the surgeon's expertise. The aim of this consensus statement was therefore to assess a stage-dependent approach for treatment of haemorrhoidal disease to derive evidence-based recommendations for clinical routine. The most common methods are discussed with respect of… CONTINUE READING

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