From the Director of the Colorectal Section,
David J. Dunch, MD
Colorectal surgery treats disorders and diseases of the rectum, anus, and colon, to include hemorrhoids, anal fissures (painful tears), fistulas, constipation, incontinence, prolapse, Crohn's disease, and cancer of the colon and rectum. Endoscopic procedures such as colonoscopy, proctoscopy, and sigmoidoscopy help the surgeon to diagnose and treat the condition.
David Dunch, MD, Director
Bee Min Lim, MD
Jeet Mehta, MD
All surgeons may admit, evaluate, diagnose, consult, and provide preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative surgical care and correct or treat various condition, illnesses, and injuries of the surgical anatomy. The minimum number of procedures must be performed in a 2-year period to comply with appointment and reappointment criteria.