This book combines provision of basic knowledge on anorectal diseases with clear description of special surgical techniques based on 30 years’ experience in anorectal cases at one hospital. A wide range of anorectal diseases and conditions are covered, in each case with presentation of relevant clinical information and detailed step-by-step descriptions of established surgical procedures and recently introduced approaches. The aim is to enable surgeons unfamiliar or less familiar with the procedures to gain a sound understanding of first principles and technical details that will assist them in the course of their future practice. In addition, expert analyses and commentaries are provided on the clinical practices of proctology in the form of case presentations. Without exception, the contributing authors are recognized authorities in their fields. Practices of Anorectal Surgery will be of high value for all junior surgeons who treat anorectal diseases, assisting in the achievement of optimal outcomes through meticulous technique and avoidance of surgery-related complications.