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Anorectal Surgery

NC Surgery Lifestyle ImageRely on experts at North Carolina Surgery (formerly REX Surgical Specialists) to care for conditions affecting your anus and rectum from diagnosis to treatment.

Conditions We Treat

Get care from North Carolina Surgery surgeons who specialize in treating the following anorectal diseases:

  • Anal fistula – Tunnel that forms under your skin connecting the surface of your skin to your anus
  • Anal abscess – Infected cavity or tunnel filled with pus near the anus or rectum
  • Anal fissure – Small tear in the thin, moist tissue that lines your anus that occurs after you pass hard or large stools
  • Condyloma (genital warts) – Flesh-colored bumps that are located on the moist tissue area on your genitals or anus, caused by human papillomavirus (HPV)
  • Diverticulitis – Inflammation in small pouches in the lining of your digestive system, often in your large intestine (colon)
  • Hemorrhoids – Swollen veins in your anus and lower rectum that may be caused by straining during bowel movements or from high pressure on your veins during pregnancy and cause bleeding
  • Pilonidal disease – Cysts containing hair and skin debris that develop on the end of your tailbone (coccyx) as a result of pressure and ingrown hairs
  • Perianal skin disorders – Irritation and itching around the anus that occurs alongside colorectal disorders, such as hemorrhoids, anal dysplasia or inflammatory bowel disease

Anorectal Procedures

Get thorough care from colorectal surgeons at North Carolina Surgery dedicated to treating diseases of your anus and rectum. Procedures most commonly performed at our hospitals in Raleigh and Cary include, but aren’t limited to:

  • Anal fistula repair – Fixes an abnormal opening at the end of your digestive tract
  • Anal sphincter repair – Strengthens the muscles that give you the ability to hold in or release waste
  • Anal wart removal, burning or freezing – Removes condyloma (genital warts) caused by human papillomavirus (HPV)
  • Bowel resection – Treats diverticulitis by removing diseased segments of your intestine and reconnecting the healthy parts
  • Hemorrhoid procedures – Removes swollen veins in your rectum and anus

Make an Appointment

Call 919-784-4160 to make an appointment with a surgeon or get help finding a provider. Or request an appointment online.

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