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What is anorectal surgery?
Anorectal surgery is a surgical procedure to treat anal and rectal conditions and cancer, generally by the removal (resection) of a portion of the anus, rectum, and/or part of the sigmoid colon. To learn more about this life-changing procedure, contact an experienced GI physician at GI Alliance. They are available to answer your questions and to create a treatment plan that is personalized for your needs.
Who needs anorectal surgery?
There is a wide range of conditions that can be treated with anorectal surgery. Some of the conditions the surgery can help with include:
- Cancer removal
- Other negative conditions of the anus and/or rectum
If you need assistance with any of the above conditions, consider reaching out to our expert team of gastroenterologists at GI Alliance to get connected with a team that can provide you with a trustworthy solution.
Who performs anorectal surgery?
Anorectal surgery will be performed by a colon and rectal surgeon. The surgery will not be performed by your gastroenterologist, however, gastroenterologists and GI surgeons often work together very closely. To learn more about the procedure and everyone involved, connect with your gastrointestinal physician at GI Alliance so they can walk you through all the steps leading up to your surgery.
What should I do to prepare for anorectal surgery?
Prior to anorectal surgery, general tests such as blood work, and other general diagnostics will be performed to ensure that the surgery goes smoothly. Additionally, it is necessary for the bowel to be “cleaned out” prior to anorectal surgery with a fluid drink given to you by your GI doctor at GI Alliance. It is important to follow your doctor’s specific preparation instructions closely when you are preparing for your surgery.
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Let the professional gastrointestinal physicians at GI Alliance handle your anorectal surgery so that you can get the care required. Rectal problems can be an issue of the past once you schedule an appointment for your surgery. The team looks forward to helping you get the care you need.
These folks are ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL. Dr. Rakvit is SO great, she is VERY personable and caring and even stopped what she was doing to say “goodbye” to us as we were leaving. I’ve been a RN for over 24 years and I have NEVER seen a provider do that to anyone— and as a patient, my family and I were so appreciative of everything. As the nurses and CRNA, they are FABULOUS. SO caring and attentive. I was feeling absolutely awful when I came in for my procedure- I felt dehydrated, and just ill— the prep was extremely difficult this go around and the nurse and CRNA collaborated and made sure that it was safe enough for me to have the procedure, and addressed my condition prior to the procedure to ensure my health- again, as a nurse AND a patient, this meant a lot to me. So the amazing care, the teamwork, and just the overall quality and experience was great with these folks. They truly care about their patients.
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