detorsion


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detorsion

(dē-tor′shŭn)
1. Surgical therapy for torsion of a testicle, ureter, or volvulus of the bowel.
2. Correction of any bodily curvature or deformity.
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The principal treatment strategy in sigmoid volvulus (SV) is emergency endoscopic detorsion in uncomplicated patients, while emergency surgery is recommended for patients with sigmoid gangrene, sigmoid perforation, peritonitis, or unsuccessful endoscopic detorsion.
Manual detorsion can be attempted if surgical exploration is not immediately available or while preparing for surgery, but this is a temporizing measure only, and surgical exploration should still be performed (Gordhan & Sadeghi-Nejad, 2015; Riccabona et al.
On a study of 16 cases of intraperitoneal renal allograft torsion, 44% of allografts were salvaged after detorsion, 38% of cases resulted in nephrectomy, and 19% of cases resulted in delayed allograft loss after detorsion [6].
Conservative management is not recommended because of the high risk of ischemia, and surgical detorsion alone carries a high rate of recurrence (20%-75%).
One case in which fetus was removed per vaginum following detorsion by rolling, intense bleeding and vaginal tear occurred which was managed by suturing and pressure pack.
Multiple series including two meta-analyses by Visser and Heyns report testicular salvage rates of 90% if detorsion is performed within 6 hours of the onset of symptoms, 50% at 12 hours and 10-25% at 24 hours.
La escanografia es el estudio de eleccion para diagnosticar la torsion y detorsion espontanea del pediculo vascular esplenico en una etapa temprana y asi evitar el progreso a un infarto definitivo del organo.
The treatment of gallbladder volvulus is detorsion and cholecystectomy.
After detorsion of the limb, the wound had only moderate hemorrhage, which indicated vascular compromise.
Effects of melatonin on histopathological changes after experimental ovarian torsion- detorsion in cat.
2002) The protective role of caffeic acid phenethyl ester (CAPE) on testicular tissue after testicular torsion and detorsion.