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Proctitis (cont.)

Surgery

If the disease stems from a chronic illness, surgery may be required. A gastroenterologist, a specialist who deals with all the organs from the mouth to the anus, should advise you.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 8/11/2015
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