haemorrhoids


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haemorrhoids

(ˈhɛməˌrɔɪdz) or

hemorrhoids

pl n
(Pathology) pathol swollen and twisted veins in the region of the anus and lower rectum, often painful and bleeding. Nontechnical name: piles
[C14: from Latin haemorrhoidae (plural), from Greek, from haimorrhoos discharging blood, from haimo- haemo- + rhein to flow]
ˌhaemorˈrhoidal, ˌhemorˈrhoidal adj
Translations
hemoroidy
hæmoroide
peräpukamat
hemoroidi
치질
hemorrojder
ริดสีดวงทวาร
bệnh trĩ

haemorrhoids

hemorrhoids (US) [ˈhemərɔɪdz] NPLhemorroides fpl

haemorrhoids

, (US) hemorrhoids
plHämorr(ho)iden pl

haemorrhoids

hemorrhoids (Am) [ˈhɛməˌrɔɪdz] nplemorroidi fpl

haemorrhoids

داء البَواسير hemoroidy hæmoroide Hämorrhoiden αιμορροΐδες hemorroides peräpukamat hémorroïdes hemoroidi emorroidi 치질 aambeien hemorroider hemoroidy hemorróida геморрой hemorrojder ริดสีดวงทวาร hemoroit bệnh trĩ 痔核
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I first started suffering with haemorrhoids in 1996 and they had a big impact on my life.
Haemorrhoids [Greek; Haima-Blood, Rhoos-flowing; Synonym: Piles] (Latin: pile=a ball) are dilated veins occurring in relation to the anus.
figure By SONA PARMAR At a dinner party, its not unusual for a stranger to share his or her ailments with me when they find out what I do for a living.However, while conditions like diabetes, blood pressure and high cholesterol get top billing, no one has ever approached me about piles (also known as haemorrhoids).
A colorectal surgeon sees a steady parade of primary care referrals for surgical evaluation of haemorrhoids.
Updated meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials comparing conventional excisional haemorrhoidectomy with Ligasure for haemorrhoids. Tech Coloproctol 2008; 12: 229-239.
Various studies suggest that every second individual in the world comes across piles at some point between 45 to 65 years of, and a large number of women experience piles (haemorrhoids) during pregnancy.
Rea et al., "Tailored prolapse surgery for the treatment of haemorrhoids and obstructed defecation syndrome with a new dedicated device: TST STARR Plus," International Journal of Colorectal Disease, vol.