stapled hemorrhoidectomy is surgical method for treating hemorrhoids, and is the remedy of preference for 1/3-degree hemorrhoids (hemorrhoids that protrude with straining and may be visible on physical examination outside the anal verge. continual or intermittent guide reduction is necessary). stapled hemorrhoidectomy is a misnomer for the reason that surgery does no longer get rid of the hemorrhoids however, instead, the abnormally lax and elevated hemorrhoidal supporting tissue that has allowed the hemorrhoids to prolapse downward.
for stapled hemorrhoidectomy, a round, hollow tube is inserted into the anal canal. through this tube, a suture (an extended thread) is located, virtually woven, circumferentially within the anal canal above the internal hemorrhoids. the ends of the suture are brought out of the anus via the hollow tube. the stapler (a disposable tool with a circular stapling tool at the give up) is placed through the primary hollow tube and the ends of the suture are pulled. pulling the suture pulls the increased hemorrhoidal helping tissue into the jaws of the stapler. the hemorrhoidal cushions are pulled back up into their everyday position inside the anal canal. the stapler then is fired. when it fires, the stapler cuts off the circumferential ring of accelerated hemorrhoidal tissue trapped inside the stapler and at the equal time staples together the top and lower edges of the reduce tissue.