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Anoscopy is a simple procedure that allows your doctor to examine the inside of your anus and rectum to identify an abnormality. The procedure used a small and rigid instrument called an anoscope (also known as an anal speculum). It is usually used to identify various conditions and diseases that may affect the lower part of the intestines, such as cancer, abscess, polyps (abnormal growth), anal fissures (tears in the tissue of the anus), and hemorrhoids (swollen veins).
There is no downtime for anoscopy and you can return to your normal activities, right after the procedure is completed.
Anoscopy is an effective procedure to identify problems in your anus and rectum. The success rate is high and the side effects or risks are minimal. If you have hemorrhoids, you may experience a small amount of bleeding after the anoscope is pulled out by your doctor.