PPH stands for “Procedure for Prolapse and Hemorrhoids” and is a phrase that is also used to describe any of the following procedures:
They all refer to the same thing.
Prolapse is a condition where the tissue referred to is literally falling out of place. This is what happens when hemorrhoidal tissue begins to lose its original firm shape lining the walls of the anal canal and droops toward the center of the canal.
The PPH Surgery for Hemorrhoids procedure takes the internal hemorrhoidal tissue that is prolapsing and restores it back to its original anatomical orientation through the use of a device that lifts the tissue up into place and then excises or cuts off the redundant portion of the drooping tissue all the way around the circumference of the anal canal. It then staples the remaining two sides of the incision back together all the way around the circumference of the canal.
On the other hand there are
some rare but none the less possible risks that can be had with this procedure.
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