“I invented everything—amnesia, pain, hemorrhoids,” he told La Stampa.
Of all the maladies that the human family falls heir to, hemorrhoids are among the commonest and, we may add, the most neglected.
Foureau made complaints that the pills of aloes gave him hemorrhoids.
Pruritus vulvæ is at times due to irritating discharges, and pruritus ani occasionally to hemorrhoids and seat-worms.
He had just had a visit from Foureau, who was exasperated about his hemorrhoids.
One of these growths sometimes unpleasantly complicates a case of hemorrhoids.
The bowel should be searched for polypi or hemorrhoids, and the prolapse may be cured by the removal of the irritating cause.
This is especially true of the disease of chronic inflammation, one of whose symptoms is piles or hemorrhoids.
Usually no serious symptoms are to be expected after operations for hemorrhoids, but to this general rule there are exceptions.
Perhaps the former stuff—aloes—may have given the victim the hemorrhoids.
plural of hemorrhoid; late 14c., emeroudis, from Old French emorroides (13c.), from Latin hæmorrhoidae, from Greek haimorrhoides (phlebes) "(veins) liable to discharge blood," plural of haimorrhois, from haima "blood" (see -emia) + rhoos "a stream, a flowing," from rhein "to flow" (see rheum). Related: Hemmorhoidal.
hemorrhoid hem·or·rhoid (hěm'ə-roid')
An itching or painful mass of dilated veins in swollen anal tissue.
or hemorrhoids The pathological condition in which such painful masses occur. Also called piles.