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…
Colonoscopy vs Anoscopy
A colonoscopy and an anoscopy are diagnostic procedures. Colon & Rectal Surgical Specialists of New York compare and contrast these two techniques.
Learn about the typical recovery timeline following a colonoscopy procedure at Colon & Rectal Surgical Specialists of New York.
Sigmoidoscopy vs. Colonoscopy
A colonoscopy or sigmoidoscopy can help colorectal surgeons diagnose cancer and examine polyps. Let’s compare these and discuss their differences.
Colonoscopy vs. Colostomy: Important Differences
A colonoscopy is completely different from a colostomy, but some patients confuse the terms since they sound similar. Let’s define each word and explain what…
Starting Regular Colorectal Exams Before the Age of 45
Experts agree that people should consider screenings for colorectal cancer before the age of 45. The Colon & Rectal Surgical Specialists Of New York discuss…
Colon Polyp Types
Our team at the Colon and Rectal Surgical Specialists of New York discuss the different colon polyp types.
Preparing for Colonoscopy: Tips and Guidelines for Patients
Preparing for a colonoscopy is crucial for a proper exam and diagnosis. The team at Colon & Rectal Surgical Specialists offers some helpful patient tips…
Colon Polyps Removal
At Colon & Rectal Surgical Specialists of New York, our doctors discuss colon polyps removal for patients preparing for the procedure.