© Borgis - Nowa Medycyna 4/2020, s. 126
Editorial by the Editor-in-Chief
In the current issue of the journal, I recommend in particular the original paper on laser haemorrhoidoplasty (LHP) using a radial laser beam. The authors compare the therapeutic efficacy of the method by comparing their results with those obtained in a group of patients after conventional hemorrhoidectomy by the Milligan-Morgan technique. Laser techniques have become “fashionable” in proctology in recent years. I believe that many of our Readers apply laser therapy for the treatment of proctological diseases, so I want to encourage you to share your experiences in our journal.
Another interesting piece included in the new issue is a review paper focusing on the most recent developments in proctology. As commonly known, research papers published in highly indexed journals are subject to rigorous evaluation criteria, which makes their findings very credible. Nevertheless, there are often conflicting reports on similar or even the same surgical therapies or novel drugs. The value of these studies is ultimately verified by time and clinical practice. Incorporating novel solutions into one’s own professional practice requires a certain amount of reserve, while patients need to be closely followed-up clinically, for periods spanning several years or longer.
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