necrosectomy

nec·ro·sec·to·my

(nek'rō-sek-tŏ-mē),
Resection of necrotic tissue.

necrosectomy

Excision of necrotic tissue; generally, debridement (see there).

necrosectomy

Surgery Excision of necrotic tissue; generally, debridement, see there.
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The bleeding was stopped by ligation, and resection of the cyst was performed along with a necrosectomy.
Case matched comparison study of the necrosectomy by retroperitoneal approach with transperitoneal approach for necrotizing pancreatitis in patients with CT severity score of 7 and above.
Patients who underwent percutaneous drainage and then minimally invasive necrosectomy had fewer complications than those who initially had open necrosectomy.
Conservative Management: To resuscitate the patient f/b necrosectomy under general anaesthesia.
We performed a complete necrosectomy and created a perineal urethrostomy (Fig.
This term refers to the localized leakage of pancreatic fluid due to the lack of continuity between viable pancreatic tissue and the cavity where a necrosectomy was previously performed (34) in which necrosis was not found because it had been removed by this procedure.
72###Grade I splenic injury###Traumatic pancreatitis###Pancreatic necrosectomy, surgical drainage
29) Postponing pancreatic necrosectomy, the gold-standard therapy, beyond the 4th week of disease is advised in order to allow the immune system to better demarcate the necrotic area.
Necrosectomy and postoperative local lavage in patients with necrotizing pancreatitis: results of a prospective clinical trial.
After discussion with a tertiary pancreatic unit, naso-jejunal feeding was planned to optimise the patient's nutrition prior to interval necrosectomy and cholecystectomy.
Debridement or necrosectomy in postoperative Pyoderma gangrenosum is contraindicated.