Hemorrhoids are swollen blood vessels in the lower rectum. They are among the most common causes of anal pathology, and subsequently are blamed for virtually any anorectal complaint by patients and medical professionals alike. Hemorrhoidal venous cushions are normal structures of the anorectum and are universally present unless a previous intervention has taken place. Because of their rich vascular supply, highly sensitive location, and tendency to engorge and prolapse, hemorrhoidal venous cushions are common causes of anal pathology. Symptoms can range from mildly bothersome, such as pruritus, to quite concerning, such as rectal bleeding (Scott C Thornton, 2017). Dx/ Internal Hemorroid Grade III
Surgery teachs me to do everything fastest although i still slow-moving. I know that i still have much deficiency of medicine knowledge. But i feel grateful because God can use me to know more inside.