The digestive system sometimes develops small pouches, or diverticula, along its lining. If waste gets trapped in these pouches, they can become infected and inflamed, which…
What Are My Treatment Options for Thrombosed External Hemorrhoids?
A thrombosed external hemorrhoid is a painful type of hemorrhoid that can make sitting and defecating difficult. Once symptoms of this type of hemorrhoid appear,…
Colon Adenoma: Diagnosis and Treatment
One of the main goals of colonoscopy procedures is to identify and remove polyps. During your screening, special care will be taken to identify potentially…
What Are My Treatment Options for a Perianal Abscess?
If you have a pocket of infection that is the result of an infected anal gland, the perianal abscess will likely not heal on its…
Medications for Anal Dysplasia
Retrorectal Tumor Symptoms
Anal Dysplasia Symptoms
Diverticulitis Diet: Treating Flare Ups
Altering your diet can help manage and treat diverticulitis. Colon & Rectal Surgical Specialists of New York offer nutritional advice and health tips.
Colonoscopy vs Anoscopy
A colonoscopy and an anoscopy are diagnostic procedures. Colon & Rectal Surgical Specialists of New York compare and contrast these two techniques.