Proctoscopy is a common clinical manner in which an instrument known as a proctoscope (also called a rectoscope, although the latter can be a chunk longer) is used to study the anal hollow space and rectum. A proctoscope is a brief, immediate, inflexible, hole steel tube, and usually, has a small light bulb hooked up at the end. It is approximately five inches or 15 cm long, even as a rectoscope is approximately 10 inches or 25 cm long. During proctoscopy, the proctoscope is lubricated and inserted into the rectum, and then the obturator is eliminated, allowing an unobstructed view of the indoors of the rectal cavity. This procedure is commonly performed to inspect for hemorrhoids or rectal polyps and the video of this technique is recorded for further evaluation and for maintaining the affected persons' information. Current fiber-optic proctoscopes permit greater full-size commentary with less discomfort. We're having a present-day and sophisticated Digital Video Proctoscope at our health center for such methods.