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RECTAL SERVICES

 

The services provided in the London Rectal Clinic include the assessment and treatment of a wide range of Colorectal conditions.

Our services include the assessment of:

Rectal Bleeding 

Abdominal Pain 

Change of Bowel Habit 

Anaemia 

Anal Pain 

Anal Discharge and Swelling  

Bowel Cancer Screening

The In-Patient General Surgery include:

 

Laparoscopic Appendicectomy

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Laparoscopic Incisional, Ventral Umbilical and Inguinal Hernia Repair 

Bariatric / Weight Loss Surgery

The In-Patient Colorectal Surgery include:

 

Colon and Rectal Cancer Resection 

Laparoscopic Right Hemicolectomy

Laparoscopic Sigmoid Coloectomy

Laparoscopic Anterior Resection

Laparoscopic Abdominoperineal Excision

Laparoscopic Pouch Surgery

Diverticular Disease / Diverticulitis

Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's Disease

Complex Abdominal Surgery Including Joint Procedures with Gynaecologists

 

Consultation

Proctoscopy 

Rigid Sigmoidoscopy 

Haemorrhoid Injection 

Haemorrhoid Banding 

Rectal Biopsy 

Evacuation of Perianal Haematoma

Assessment for Colonoscopy and Bowel Cancer Screening 

One STOP Shop for Colorectal Cancer / Polyp Assesment 

Assessment and Arrangement of Virtual Colonoscopy (CT Pneumocolon)

Conditions Investigated & Procedures Undertaken:

 

Haemorrhoidectomy
PPH

Milligan Morgan 

Fissure - Creams / Botox / Lateral Sphincterotomy / Flaps 

Pilonidal Sinus - Excision and Closure / Rotational Flaps (Limberg) 

Anal Sepsis and Fistula in Ano (MRI Guided Surgery) 

Rectal Prolapse 

Pruritis Ani / Faecal Soiling 

Excision of Anal Polyps / Lesions / Warts

Colonoscopy - Diagnostic and Polypectomy

Flexible Sigmoidoscopy

Endoscopy

 

Our Consultant Surgeons are happy to provide a second opinion service if a patient having had a diagnosis elsewhere wants this reviewed and/or wishes to discuss the treatment options already proposed.

RECTAL TREATMENTS

 

 

Haemorrhoids

Anal Fissures

Plonidal Sinus Disease

Anal Sepsis and Fistula

Rectal Prolapse

Anal Polyps/Lesions/Warts

Pruritis Ani

Diverticular Disease

Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's Disease

 

Feacal Incontinence and Soiling

Rectal Evacuatory Difficulties

Pelvic Floor Failure

Rectocoele, Enterocoele, Rectal Prolapse

Colorectal Symptoms that need to be investigated:

Rectal Bleeding - Especially Dark Stool and Blood Mixed and in the Stool

Black Tar like Stool

Change in Bowel Habit (Diarrhoea or Constipation) Lasting More than 4 Weeks

Mass / Lump Protruding at Anal Verge

Symptoms and Signs of Anaemia eg. Blood Test Shows Iron Deficiency or Anaemia

Positive Faecal occult Blood Test

Faecal Urgency - Urge to Defecate without Relief

Faecal Incontinence

Pelvic Floor Weakness

Pain at / or Discharge from Anus

Pain at / or Discharge / or Lump in Natal Cleft

 

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