Non-surgical Treatment of hemorrhoids.
We aim to provide the least invasive and most effective techniques in treating hemorrhoids, making every effort to ensure our patients’ comfort.
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Is Hemorrhoid Embolization right for you?
This procedure is suitable for patients who have undergone endoscopic or surgical treatment of their hemorrhoids, whose symptoms have recurred. Additionally, patients who are not candidates for (or who desire to avoid) endoscopic or surgical procedures because of general anesthetic risk, blood thinning medications, or other factors, may be candidates for hemorrhoid embolization.
- Blood on toilet paper
- Blood in toilet
- Prolapse of hemorrhoids
- Protrusion of hemorrhoids
- Bleeding from hemorrhoids
- Hemorrhoids sticking out of anal canal
Hemorrhoids are a common anorectal disease that affect millions of people worldwide. They are enlargement of the normal hemorrhoidal cushions, a collection of connective tissue and blood vessels in the anal area. Hemorrhoids may cause the appearance of blood on tissue paper or be seen in the toilet after bowel movements. Sometimes the bleeding from hemorrhoids may be severe, and require blood transfusions. They may also cause other symptoms such as itching around the anal area, pain, or protrusion (“sticking out”) into the anal canal.
Increased blood flow into the hemorrhoidal cushions is thought to be responsible for their enlargement, and thus the symptoms that hemorrhoids cause.
Reducing blood flow to the hemorrhoidal cushions has shown promising results in reducing hemorrhoid symptoms, especially chronic bleeding.
Hemorrhoid Embolization Procedure
The procedure itself requires only local anesthetic, and the catheter is inserted into the body through a tiny pin-hole in the wrist or upper leg. Most patients experience zero to minimal pain, which can be treated with over-the-counter pain medication. Patients are expected to go home the same day of the procedure, with immediate return to normal activities, and only a small ‘band-aid’ to show for their procedure!
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Dr. Adam Farkas
We believe in partnering with you, in order to alleviate your suffering. Our patients’ concerns are our concerns, and we take pride not only in providing excellent outcomes to our patients, but in seeing a smile on their faces.
National referral center for complex vascular disorders
with 3000 annual procedures performed
Please call 02-564-5634 and ask for an appointment in Dr. Farkas’s private clinic in Jerusalem. We (or your kuppa) can advise you if the cost of your clinic visit will be covered or reimbursed by your kuppa/insurance.
The hemorrhoid embolization procedure is covered by private insurances, and sometimes by the kuppot. The full financial details can be discussed with our coordinator for vein procedures at 02-655-5014.
Patients who have undergone endoscopic or surgical, treatment of their hemorrhoids, whose symptoms have recurred, are good candidates for the procedure. Additionally, patients who are not candidates for (or who desire to avoid) endoscopic or surgical procedures because of general anesthetic risk, blood thinning medication, or other factors, may be candidates for hemorrhoid embolization.
Dr. Farkas is an experienced interventional radiologist and is the first physician to introduce the hemorrhoid embolization procedure to Israel. Dr. Farkas learned the procedure from his colleague and friend, Prof Vincent Vidal, of France.
Hemorrhoid Embolization – Endovascular Today
Hemorrhoidal Disease - A Patient Guide
Hemorrhoid Embolization – Video
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