Abdominoperineal resection (AP resection) is a procedure to remove your rectum, anal canal and lower bowel.
Anterior resection is a surgical procedure to remove the diseased portion of your bowel and rectum (back passage).
It involves placing a very tight elastic band around the base of your haemorrhoids to cut off their blood supply. The haemorrhoids should then fall off and pass out of your body when you go to the toilet.
This is a procedure to remove haemorrhoids (piles).
If you have severe a bowel disease such as colon cancer or ulcerative colitis, you may need to have your large intestine (colon and rectum) removed. An Ileal pouch (or J pouch) procedure will help restore more normal control and passing of stool.
An ileostomy is a surgical procedure to connect your small intestine to an opening in your abdomen called a stoma.
Rectal prolapse occurs when part or your entire rectum (last part of your colon where stool is stored) falls out of your anus (back passage).
During this procedure, haemorrhoids are stapled to the inside of the rectum to reduce their blood supply and allow them to shrink.
Transanal haemorrhoidal dearterialisation (THD) is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to treat haemorrhoids.