PMID: 46050Jan 18, 1975

Lord treatment of haemorrhoids. Four-year follow-up of fifty patients

J McCaffrey


A prospective study as been carried out on fifty patients with haemorrhoids treated by the Lord method who were followed up for at least four years. All patients were interviewed and examined regularly during the observation period. 75% of patients were rendered symptom-free or considerably improved. Apparently the long-term results of this method of treatment can be predicted from the results at eighteen months after operation.


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