Surgical treatment of hemorrhoids is one of the most important coloproctological procedures. The second edition of Surgical Treatment of Hemorrhoids covers this important and common disorder, offering a comprehensive critical analysis of advantages and disadvantages of recognized treatment options, covering both recent advances and traditional treatments in the field. The topics covered include essential elements of diagnosis, surgical technique and after-care for the main operations used in hemorrhoid surgery. Providing authoritative in-depth presentations of all perspectives and latest techniques available, the individual procedures are each described by an internationally recognized expert, and the full range of treatment options is covered. The chapters have been revised, with some additions and updates, including stapled hemorrhoidectomy and office management, and also hemorrhoidectomy with several concomitant comorbidities. This uniquely comprehensive guide is essential reading for all practicing and trainee colorectal and general surgeons.