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reoperation

Surgery A 2nd surgical procedure in the same site for the same indications, which may be due to failed therapy–eg, persistent Sx from BPH or tumor recurrence–eg, ovarian CA. Cf Second look operation.
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A systematic review published in 2014 provides level II evidence that reoperation is beneficial in symptomatic patients with locally recurrent or progressive high-grade gliomas.
The Minister pointed out that the most vital projects in the Ministry's plan for 2018 included the development and modernization of investor services systems, completion of the preparation and implementation of the investment blueprint, private sector sponsorship and reoperation of suspended projects.
The mean follow-up in terms of potential reoperation and other surgical complications in the postoperative period was 33.
Of the 388 women (5%) who had a hysterectomy and then a reoperation within 30 days, the risk increased with the number of previous cesarean deliveries.
Murphy et al's study showed that the reoperation rate for nondisplaced fractures treated with fixation was 15% and for displaced fractures 38% after fixation and 7% after hemiarthroplasty; internal fixation and displacement were associated with increased reoperation rates; hemiarthroplasty resulted in fewer reoperations than internal fixation.
The lifetime risk of surgery for stress urinary incontinence (SUI) or POP is 20%, (1) and one-third of patients will undergo reoperation for the same condition.
IN A LARGE RETROSPECTIVE STUDY of patients with hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) managed with surgical procedures, excision and unroofing methods were associated with low rates of complications, moderate levels of postoperative recurrences, and low rates of reoperations for those experiencing recurrences.
When reoperation rate data are considered, it is important to note that there is considerable heterogeneity with regard to definition of success, time frame, use of concomitant mesh and most importantly site-specific recurrence.
However, both of these procedures had no significant effect on the fusion rate, operation time, complications, or reoperation rate.
The reoperation of drinking water facilities is a major challenge in Fallujah, he said, noting that some electricity plants will resume work in the city until the rehabilitation the rest of plants.
Our findings suggest that factors including a lack of familial support, type of diseases, need for reoperation, postoperative complications, previous history of mood disorders, and unsatisfactory outcomes may play an important role in the development of mood symptoms among surgical inpatients with varying significance.