Synonyms for haemorrhoids or Related words with haemorrhoids

hemorrhoids              achalasia              hemorrhoid              anismus              hemorroids              rhagades              hyperhydrosis              coccydynia              varices              epistaxis              neurodermatitis              strangury              leucorrhoea              pilonidal              vestibulitis              decubiti              lymphoedema              proctalgia              dropsy              haemorrhoid              varicoceles              scrofula              phimosis              adenitis              osmidrosis              nosebleeds              anasarca              dyssynergia              perianal              dysuria              diverticular              haemorrhoidal              anorectal              stomachache              paraphimosis              diverticulosis              ecchymoses              goitre              prolapses              achlorhydria              menorrhagia              vaginismus              dxvar              vulvovaginitis              sialolithiasis              vulvodynia              atony              sialadenitis              epiphora              sialorrhea             

Examples of "haemorrhoids"
IBS blood is present only if the disease is associated with haemorrhoids.
H+Care is a range of herbal remedies claimed for Haemorrhoids
The terms rectal varices and haemorrhoids are often used interchangeably, but this is not correct. Haemorrhoids occur due to prolapse of the rectal venous plexus and are no more common in patients with portal hypertension than those without. Rectal varices, however, are only found in patients with portal hypertension and are common in conditions such as cirrhosis.
Paul Kean is a New Zealand musician and music producer. He first played in the Basket Cases (aka "The Detroit Haemorrhoids") in 1977/78.
For the diagnosis of certain ailments, a rectal exam may be done. These include faecal impaction, prostatic cancer and benign prostatic hypertrophy in men, faecal incontinence, and internal haemorrhoids.
Later in London Cleary travelled with a pop group for six weeks to do additional research. "I ended up with haemorrhoids of the eardrums. But, believe me, I found another world."
"Monodora myristica" timber is hard but easy to work with and is used for carpentry, house fittings and joinery. In medicine, the bark is used in treatments of stomach-aches, febrile pains, eye diseases and haemorrhoids.
Active ingredients: Phenol 1.2%, (otherwise known as carbolic acid, this has antiseptic, locally anaesthetic and antipruritic properties), and chlorhexidine digluconate 0.25% - but the Germoloids preparations for haemorrhoids include zinc oxide and the anaesthetic lidocaine hydrochloride.
Iris mesopotamica has been used in the past in folk medicine, for various uses including; treating animals bites and poisons, treating Haemorrhoids and sexual diseases, treating Internal diseases, treating inflammations and skin diseases.
The juice of the citron has a high Vitamin C content and used medicinally as an anthelmintic, appetizer, tonic, in cough, rheumatism, vomiting, flatulence, haemorrhoids, skin diseases and weak eyesight.
Albert Kwok was born in 1921 in Kuching, Sarawak. His father was a dentist. In the late 1930s, he lived temporarily in China, where he learned the methods of the traditional Chinese medicine. He practised in Nanking, Hankow and Canton with another source said that Kwok earned medical skills to treat haemorrhoids in Penang Crown Colony.
Ointments and lotions containing bufexamac are used for the treatment of subacute and chronic eczema of the skin, including atopic eczema, as well as sunburn and other minor burns, and itching. Suppositories containing bufexamac in combination with local anaesthetics are used against haemorrhoids.
Originally a thick antiseptic ointment with a distinctive pink colour and scented with oil of wintergreen, Germolene also reformulated as a cream, both ointment (pink) and cream (white) being sold and the brand name is used on a range of over-the-counter first aid preparations, most of which contain antiseptic. There is an associated range of products, specifically for the treatment of haemorrhoids.
In France, several experiments were made on soldiers, and a community of monks, all holding onto a chain, and given an electric shock which made them fall ""like a set of dominoes"". Electric shock therapy was supposed to cure paralysis, gout, haemorrhoids, epilepsy.
"Salvia aegyptiaca" has been studied due to its uses in folk medicine in the Old World to treat diarrhoea, gonorrhoea and haemorrhoids, plus it has been used as demulcent, antispasmodic, cicatrizant, antiseptic and stomachic. Its non-polar extracts have been tested as antimicrobial and these presented inhibitory activity against "Bacillus subtilis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Candida albicans" and "Staphylococcus aureus".
"Mahuwa oil has emollient properties and is used in skin disease, rheumatism and headache. It is also a laxative and considered useful in habitual constipation, piles and haemorrhoids and as an emetic. Tribals also used it as an illuminant and hair fixer."
His main clinical interest is colorectal cancer and he performs radical pelvic surgery for primary and recurrent disease as well as multi-visceral resections. His other interests include diverticular disease, inflammatory bowel disease and pouch surgery, coloproctology and the modern management of haemorrhoids.
Chamomile or camomile ( or ) is the common name for several daisy-like plants of the family Asteraceae that are commonly used to make herb infusions to serve various medicinal purposes. Popular uses of chamomile preparations include treating hay fever, inflammation, muscle spasms, menstrual disorders, insomnia, ulcers, gastrointestinal disorders, and haemorrhoids. Camomile tea is also used to treat skin conditions such as eczema, chickenpox and psoriasis.
Fernando is credited by his younger sister Patricia as being proficient in inventing designing and repairing. He has been an innovator in introducing appropriate low-cost technology to medicine in Sri Lanka and is credited with developing a phonocardiogram (with Dr P. T. De Silva). He has also developed a device for screening for diabetic neuropathy manufactured entirely with locally available components. He is credited with introducing outpatient day case rubber band ligation of haemorrhoids in a general practice setting.
PPH is generally indicated for the more severe cases of internal hemorrhoidal prolapse (3rd and 4th degree) where surgery would normally be indicated. It may also be indicated for patients with minor degree haemorrhoids who have failed to respond to conservative treatments. The procedure may be contra-indicated when only one cushion is prolapsed or in severe cases of fibrotic piles which cannot be physically repositioned.