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Complaints and consequential damage due to existing haemorrhoids.
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Intertrigo, candidiasis, condylomata acuminata, chronic eczema, anal eczema, allergic eczema, anal eczema by anal therapeutics.
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- Grade I and II: Sclerotherapy.
- Grade III and IV: surgical measures, stool regulation, possibly dietary measures.
Incoming links (4)Acute anal venous thrombosis; Anal erosion; Anal fissure; Ratanhiae radix;
Outgoing links (10)Acuminate condyloma; Anal dermatitis (overview); Candidoses; Condylomata lata; Gonorrhea, rectal; Haemorrhoids; Intertrigo; Marisks; Squamous cell carcinoma of the skin; Varicosclerotherapy;
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