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September-December 2021| Vol 4| Issue 3


Minimally Invasive Proctology: Myths and Realities

Minimally invasive surgery is the one performed through smaller incisions and now prevalent in almost all branches of surgery. These are technology based surgeries hence more costly and takes a long...

Original Article

A prospective, noncomparative, study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of sphincter saving distal laser proximal ligation surgery in complex fistula-in-ano

Background: Distal laser proximal ligation technique (DLPL) is a minimally invasive sphincter-saving surgery which addresses the inter sphincteric space, which is the root cause of complex fi...

Review Article

PNR-bleed classification and the prospects of future research for the management of hemorrhoids

The classification and diagnostic and therapeutic protocols are yet to reach to an unequivocal and shared vision level. There is a dire need of some decisive guidelines for the management of hemorrh...

Case Report

Pilonidal sinus extended to create transsphincteric anal fistula treated by Kshara Sutra (A medicated herbal seton) without antibiotics: A rare case report

Multiple treatments have been described for fistula-in-ano; however, the ideal treatment remains elusive. The treatment of fistula-in-ano is a tightrope walk between preserving continence and preven...

Case Report

A rare case of appendicular intussusception in an adult due to adenocarcinoma of appendix

Intussusception is primarily a pediatric disorder and is infrequent in adults. Intussusception of the appendix is a rare disorder with much surgical curiosity. Here we present a rare case of adenoca...

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Indian Journal of Colo-Rectal Surgery, a publication of Association of Colorectal Surgeons of India, is a peer-reviewed print + online 3 Issues journal.

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