Colorectal Surgery

Hemorrhoidectomy is mainly used only when the condition of the hemorrhoids is very severe.
Colectomy surgery is a surgical procedure to remove the whole (complete colectomy) or part of the large intestine. The colon, or the large intestine, is a large tube like a tube at the end of the digestive tract.
Anal Fissure Treatment
Laser fissure treatment is an outpatient treatment without general anesthesia, pain, and bleeding that can quickly be done internally with local anesthesia.
Anal Fistula surgery
No medication has been detected for this disease, and surgery is the only way to treat the fistula. Nowadays, with this laser, this surgery is performed without pain and bleeding.
Colorectal surgery
Colorectal surgery involves surgery in the large intestine, anal and pelvic floor. It is possible to do this by laparoscopy or open surgery. Based on the patient's condition, these procedures are selected by a specialist.
Rectal Cancer
Treatment involves an extensive removal of the lesion and its local lymphatic drainage after intestinal preparation.
Haemorrhoids with Fissurectomy
Fissurectomy is a method in which the surgeon removes and restores the gap created by the fissure of the anus by creating an incision.
Rectal Biopsy
In a rectal biopsy, a part of the rectum tissue is removed for examination purposes.
The polyp is a mass that forms in the tissue and extends into empty space. Polypectomy is performed to remove polyps that cause symptoms that may be cancerous or need to be investigated.
Rectal Abscess
There are abscesses around the anus which sometimes get closed. The closed glands cause infection, swelling, inflammation and contain pus. The anal abscess is due to the accumulation of pus due to the infection of these glands. The only wa…
Diverticle Excision
Diverticulitis, which does not respond to drug therapy, requires surgery. Surgery usually involves draining of the pus and removing a piece of the large intestine containing diverticula.
Colorectal Surgery