Hemorrhoidolysis

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Hemorrhoidolysis/Galvanic Electrotherapy is a treatment for hemorrhoids[1] that is based on putting pressure with electrode on each hemorrhoid.[2] This causes micro-shock that helps hemorrhoid to get back to norm. More than one hemorrhoid may be treated with each visit - the treatment lasts only a few minutes. The average hemorrhoid case will require only one treatment per hemorrhoid.[3]

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  1. Beck, David E.; Roberts, Patricia L.; Saclarides, Theodore J.; Senagore, Anthony J.; Stamos, Michael J.; Nasseri, Yosef (9 June 2011). "The ASCRS Textbook of Colon and Rectal Surgery: Second Edition". Springer Science & Business Media – via Google Books.
  2. http://www.hemorrhoids-help.com/
  3. Lorenzo-Rivero, S (August 2009). "Hemorrhoids: diagnosis and current management". Am Surg 75 (8): 635–42.