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Patient Information

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Anal Incontinence

Anal incontinence (sometimes referred to as faecal incontinence) is the inability to control the release of flatus (wind) and/or faeces (liquid or solid stool) from the anus.



Haemorrhoids occur as a result of enlargement of naturally existing anal cushions which help to maintain anal continence


A hernia is a bulge through a weakness in any part of the abdominal cavity. There are several types of hernia though inguinal hernia is by far there commonest type.

The Pelvic Floor 

The pelvic floor is a complex trampoline-like structure made up of muscle and ligaments. It acts like a scaffolding for the anus, rectum, bladder and vagina. It helps to preserve anal and urinary continence by altering the angle between the anus and rectum

Rectal Prolapse

Rectal prolapse is a condition in which the rectum (the last part of the large intestine before it exits the anus) telescopes out through the anus thereby turning itself “inside out." It can be quite embarrassing and often has a significant negative impact on quality of life.

Robotic Surgery

A very small 3D camera and surgical instruments are introduced inside the patient's abdomen providing the surgeon with a magnified 360 degree view of the operative field.....

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