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Chaithanya Ano rectal department efficiently treats Ano rectal diseses by KSĀRASŪTRA technique with prompt symptomatic resolution and prevention of recurrence and complications.
For fistula, Current surgical treatment methodologies include: Fistulectomy, fistulotomy , destruction of fistula track by carbon dioxide laser beam etc cause extensive mutilation of ano-rectal and ischio-rectal area, prolonged hospitalization, high rate of recurrence (21–36%) and division of sphincter muscles leads to incontinence (3–7%) of feces.Complications like sphincter incontinence, stricture, continuous pus discharge etc., following the treatment are sometimes more severe than the disease.
than the disease. Fissure-in-ano is a tear in the pectin (below the dentate line of the anal canal) caused by trauma from the passage of hard stool. Excision of sub-cutaneous external sphincter muscles and internal sphinctorectomy are the choice of treatments, in both conditions incontinence develops in 30% cases. To combat these complications, Kṣārasūtra (medicated thread) is the W.H.O. accepted best alternative, surgical procedure which is successfully practicing in CHAITHANYA HOSPITAL ANO RECTAL DEPARTMENT. OUR ANO RECTAL DEPARTMENT HAVE SPECIAL UNIT FOR KSHARA AND KSHARA SUTHRA PREPARATION For lady patients, we have lady doctors for examination and treatment




They are normal vasculature in the anal canal which helps in defecation. when they become inflamed or swollen termd as piles. In there normal state they acts as cushions composed of arterial and venous channels along with connective tissue. Symptoms of piles depend on whether it is internal or external.


 These are hemorrhoids that occur outside the anal verge. They may be painful associated with swelling and irritation and sometimes itching due to skin irritation


These occur inside the rectum, these are varicosity of veins draining superior rectal arteries. This area lacks pain receptors which make it painless and unaware. When getting irritated they bleed, if untreated it can lead to 2nd-degree or 3rd-degree piles and can protrude out of the anus. This can lead to prolapsed and strangulated piles.







In ayurveda this condition is called Arsas. According to ayurveda this occur due to

Complication of piles starts when there is blood in the stools.

Ayurvedic management of haemorrhoids mainly depends upon the nature of piles, internal piles can be treated effectively with oral medications if diagnosed earlier, if it becomes external special ayurvedic techniques like ksharasutra should be done. After having done ksharasutra recurrence rate is very minimum or equal to zero.