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Dr. Khaldoun is a colorectal and proctology specialist in the General Surgery Department of charme day surgery center He qualified with an MD degree from Aleppo University, Syria and a PHD from the University of Madrid, Spain.

He also holds a certificate of the Arab Board and the Syrian Board in General Surgery.Dr. Khaldoun is also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

Dr. Khaldoun performs more than 1000 operation in anorectal problem and a full range of colorectal surgeries using the most advanced laparoscopic methods that do not depend on conventional surgery, in addition to laparoscopy advanced rectal surgeries. He is an expert in surgical oncology and lower gastrointestinal surgery. He also performs diagnostic laparoscopy.

  1. Specialist Laparoscopic and General Surgeon.
  2. And Advanced Colorectal Proctology.
  3. Spain Surgical Certified.
  4. Arab Board Certified.
  5. Syrian Board Certified.
  6. Fellow of American College Surgeons (FACS)
  1. Abdominal Laparoscopic Surgery.
  2. Colorectal Proctology
  3. Gastrointestinal Oncology
  4. Advanced Treatment for Anorectal problems.
  5. Pilonidal sinus by scop.
  6. Latest diagnostic test for anorectal problems.

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1- Advices after Anal Surgery

Pain Relief

  • Take the pain medicine every three to four hours as needed for pain.
  • Apply lidocaine gel to anus (inside and out) every two to four hours as needed.
  • Take a hot bath in plain water and soak for at least 20 minutes three times a day. This is a minimum and there is no maximum limit. You can soak as long as you wish. It is the most effective method of controlling pain.
  • Expect the pain to get better at about seven to 14 days after surgery.

2 - Anal Fissure

A thin, moist tissue called mucosa lines the anus. When this develops a tear, it’s called an anal fissure. When a person passes hard or large stools it can lead to an anal fissure, and cause pain and bleeding with bowel movements. The patient may also suffer from spasms in the anal sphincter, that is the ring of muscle at the end of the anus…

3 - Anal Fistula

An anal fistula is an infected tunnel that runs between the skin and the anal opening. This is usually the result of an infection that originates in an anal gland and causes an abscess – a swollen pocket of infected tissue and fluid. The fistula forms a tunnel under the skin and connects with the infected gland.

The small glands inside the anus produce mucous and occasionally become infected. Infections that don’t heal in the right manner can lead to an anal fistula…

4 - Anal Warts

Anal warts (condyloma acuminata) are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV), the most common sexually transmitted disease (STD). The warts affect the area around and inside the anus, but may also develop on the skin of the genital area. They first appear as tiny spots or growths, often as small as a pin head. They can grow quite large and cover the entire anal area…

5 - Anorectal Manometry

Essential Things To Learn About The Procedure.
The muscles located within the anus and rectum of an individual play an important part in ensuring smooth bowel movements.
These muscles are tightened, when the individuals need to hold in a bowel movement and become relaxed when a bowel movement is passed.
In case of individuals experiencing GI mobility issues, like, fecal incontinence, constipation or other anal and rectal function issues, the doctors might suggest anorectal manometry treatment test to get a clearer idea of the problem. 

6 - Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer is cancer that occurs in the colon or rectum. Sometimes it is called colon cancer, for short. As the drawing shows, the colon is the large intestine or large bowel. The rectum is the passageway that connects the colon to the anus.

Sometimes abnormal growths, called polyps, form in the colon or rectum. Over time, some polyps may turn into cancer. Screening tests can find polyps so they can be removed before turning into cancer. Screening also helps find colorectal cancer at an early stage when treatment works best…

7 - Constipation

Constipation is common and it affects people of all ages. You can usually treat it at home with simple changes to your diet and lifestyle.

This page is about constipation in adults…

8 - Fecal Incontinence

Fecal incontinence is the ability to control bowel movements, causing stool (feces) to leak unexpectedly from the rectum. Also called bowel incontinence, fecal incontinence ranges from an occasional leakage of stool while passing gas to a complete loss of bowel control.

Common causes of fecal incontinence include diarrhea, constipation, and muscle or nerve damage. The muscle or nerve damage may be associated with aging or with giving birth.

9 - Haemorrhoids

Haemorrhoids are swollen veins in the anus and lower rectum and resemble varicose veins. Commonly called piles, haemorrhoids can be internal and develop inside the rectum, or external – under the skin around the anus.

10 - Irritable Bowel Syndrome IBS

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common condition that affects the digestive system.
It causes symptoms like stomach cramps, bloating, diarrhea and constipation. These tend to come and go over time, and can last for days, weeks or months at a time.
It’s usually a lifelong problem. It can be very frustrating to live with and can have a big impact on your everyday life. 
 diet changes and medicines can often help control the symptoms.
The exact cause is unknown 0 it’s been linked to things like food passing through your gut too quickly or too slowly, oversensitive nerves in your gut, stress and a family history of IBS.

11 - P shot

A new procedure to treat and improve sexual performance and Erectile dysfunction for men, by using PRP (plasma reach platelets).

12 - Pelvis Floor Disorder

Pelvis Floor Problems (pelvic floor dysfunction) is the term that includes a variety of disorders that occur when pelvic floor muscles and ligaments are impaired. 
Your pelvic floor is the group of muscles and ligaments in your pelvic region. The pelvic floor acts like a sling to support the organs in your pelvis — including the bladder, rectum, and uterus or prostate. Contracting and relaxing these muscles allows you to control your bowel movements, urination, and, for women particularly, sexual intercourse.
Pelvic floor dysfunction forces you to contract your muscles rather than relax them. As a result, you may experience difficulty having a bowel movement.
If left untreated, pelvic floor dysfunction can lead to discomfort, long-term colon damage, or infection.

13 - Pilonidal Sinus

A pilonidal sinus (PNS) is a small hole or tunnel in the skin that may get filled with fluid or pus, leading to the formation of a cyst or abscess. It usually affects men, in the crease of the buttocks, from the bottom of the spine to the anus. A pilonidal cyst usually contains hair, dirt, and debris. It can cause severe pain, become infected, ooze pus and blood. A pilonidal sinus may also emit a foul odor.

14 - Rectal Prolapse

Rectal prolapse is a medical condition in which the rectum starts to push through the anus. The rectum is that last part of your large intestine, and the anus is the opening through which stool exits your body.
Rectal prolapse can range from mild to severe. Mild cases can often be treated without surgery. Severe cases may require surgery.

15 - TAMIS

Transanal minimally invasive surgery (TAMIS) is a specialized minimally invasive approach to removing benign polyps and some cancerous tumors within the rectum and lower sigmoid colon. The benefit of TAMIS is that it is considered an organ-sparing procedure, and is performed entirely through the body’s natural opening, requiring no skin incisions to gain access to a polyp or tumor. This scar-free recovery provides a quick return to normal bowel function.



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