Proctological Cabinet

Hemorrhoidal disease

Hemorrhoids are hemorrhoidal tumors, internal varicose veins of the anus, vascular plexus forming bulges in the form of mucous-covered nodules, which is an obstacle to spontaneous gas donation.


  •         bleeding when passing stools
  •         pain of varying severity from discomfort, spreading sensation and an existing obstacle in the rectum to live pain, especially after passing stool
  •         palpable, falling out nodules when passing stool
  •         itch
  •         sensation of persistent edema around the anus
  •         anoderma inflammation (skin of the anus)
  •         difficulties in maintaining personal hygiene (in the case of the appearance of external varicose veins as a complication of hemorrhoidal disease or difficulty in draining hemorrhoids)


  •         frequent constipation
  •         concomitant diseases such as hypertension, myocardial insufficiency
  •         genetic conditions (also congenital weakness of the anal sphincter muscles)
  •         drugs
  •         pregnancy and childbirth
  •         sitting for a long time
  •         old age
  •         work that requires a lot of muscle effort
  •         not enough fluid
  •         diarrhea
  •         frequent vomiting
  •         rectal and rectal cancer

We use the Barron method in the treatment of hemorrhoidal disease, recognized in surgery as:

  •         one of the best methods for selective, painless removal of hemorrhoids
  •         in combination with infrared photocoagulation to accelerate hemorrhoid necrosis
  •         painless, short procedure, without a hospital stay

Anal fissure (Fissura ani)

An anal fissure is a linear rupture and ulceration of the anal canal from the coccyx side). Ulceration and micro-abscesses arise as a result of rectal blood flow disorders caused by excessive anal sphincter tension. The main symptoms are a high degree of pain during stooling, lasting up to several hours after stooling and bleeding,
and also pus with mucus mixed with feces wet anus About 50% of patients with this disease also suffer from severe itching of varying degrees.

Inoperable treatment:

  •         drugs that reduce inflammation
  •         medicines that reduce the tone of the internal sphincter and accelerate healing
  •         local BOTOX injection (botulinum toxin type A)

Reception doctors in the office

PhD in medical sciences

Michał Dyaczyński

specialist in general surgery