Hemorrhoidectomy for Thrombosed External Hemorrhoids - American Family Physician - Anal thrombis
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The most frequent causes of a pain-related presentation to the proctologist are anal venous thrombosis and anal fissure. Both of these conditions typically result. Nevertheless, sometime the blood vessels in a small hemorrhoid at the edge of the anal orifice can clot off ("thrombosis"). This may be triggered.