The aim is to provide guidance on the most effective surgical treatment and management of patients with haemorrhoidal disease. By providing this guidance, the ESCP hopes to improve patient outcomes including recurrence of disease, complications, symptoms and quality of life.

The guideline will address both the diagnostic and therapeutic modalities for use in the management of haemorrhoidal disease and will include the following sections: diagnosis, basic treatment, outpatient procedures, surgical interventions, special situations (i.e. thrombosed haemorrhoids, coagulation defect, immunodeficiency and pregnant women) and other surgical procedures. The guideline will be applicable to patients with haemorrhoidal disease of all stages in whom (surgical) interventions are considered.

View Guideline for Haemorrhoidal Disease here

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