Dr. Waqar Ahmed Qureshi states that most of these perianal and anorectal problems can be successfully treated non-surgically. Diagnosis and Management Guide for Anorectal Disease: A Clinical Reference reviews a number of diseases that gastroenterologists should be able to effectively manage in their office, which eliminates extra cost, inconvenience, and frustration for their patients.
A few of the topics that can be found inside:
- Anatomy and Examination
- Anatomy and Physiology of the Pelvic Floor
- Benign Anorectal Conditions
- Hemorrhoids, Anal Fissures, and Anal Pruritus
- Benign Soft Tissue, Perianal, Perineal, and Complicated Conditions
- Pilonidal Disease, Aanorectal IBD Management, and Defecation Disorders
- Anal Carcinoma and screening high-risk groups
The gastroenterologist occupies a unique position between conservative treatment offered by primary care physicians and the more invasive procedures offered by the surgeon. Diagnosis and Management Guide for Anorectal Disease: A Clinical Reference is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of anorectal diseases that they can manage and, therefore, improve the care of their patients in one comprehensive volume.
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