Colectomy (colon resection) is the removal of a portion of the colon for any reason, including diverticulitis, colon cancer, large polyps and stricture.
is an exam used to detect changes or abnormalities in the large intestine (colon) and rectum.
is the removal of the sigmoid colon and upper half of the rectum for treatment of cancer.
is the removal of the entire colon. This is done for hereditary cancer syndromes or inflammatory bowel disease.
is an in-office procedure where a rubber band is placed around the base of the hemorrhoid for treatment.
is the excision of a hemorrhoid.
Pilonidal cyst excision
involves the removal of the cyst with skin rearrangement for wound coverage.
is a release of the internal sphincter for treatment of anal fissures.
Perirectal abscess drainage
involves drainage of an abscess around the rectum.
Fistulectomy or fistulotomy
is the treatment of a fistula-in-ano by removal of the fistula or opening of the fistula to allowing healing.