Virginia Medical Semi-Monthly (Richmond), Vol. 14 : April, 1909-March, 1910, Inclusive; Throroughly Indexed (Classic Reprint)
Operation; Allingham and Mathews I are its strongest advocates.
Allingham draws the pile down and with a pair of sharp scissors separates the pile from its connection with the muscular and submucous tissues; this separation is continued until the base or pedicle is formed of vessels and mucous membrane only. A silk ligature is tied tightly around the pedicle and the pile cut off simple piles drop off after ligature without cutting; skin tabs are cut away.
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