reoperation


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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 patient's risk of undergoing a reoperation is more than 10 times greater after hysteroscopic sterilization with the Essure device than after laparoscopic bilateral tubal ligation, according to an observational cohort study published in the BMJ.
He said that more concern will be given to reoperation of the idle energies, increasing the engineering industries and realizing self-sufficiency in the production of sugar, wheat and edible oil as well as achieving food security.
The controversy is whether to relieve the obstruction with an incision with a higher risk of reoperation for residual tissue up to 20%,7 or to remove the adenoma with a growing evidence of increased risk of bladder neck contracture.
Finally, as the tissue excision is visually performed, 40% of reoperation is necessary to remove the entire tumor.
The reoperation rates in spine surgery are by far higher than for example with hip or knee implants.
Holding Company for Metallurgical Industries (HCMI) Chairman Zaki Bassiouny, who is also head of the committee for Nasr Company reoperation project, will send a letter to Minister of Investment Ashraf Salman requesting the project be added to the set to be presented in the March Economic Summit, according to a committee official.
Humam al-Jazaeri stressed that the reoperation of textile factories gains government's top priority as it sought to set plans for supporting and protecting national industries.
Although we report a high incidence of residual instability (19%) and reoperation (38%) in this population, patient satisfaction was not influenced by laxity or reoperation.
Deputy government spokesman Victoras Papadopoulos said that "the commencement of restoration works at the Nicosia Municipal Theatre has been approved by the Council of Ministers, aiming at its salvation and reoperation with a view to its utilisation as a venue for top-tier musical events.
Acid-fast bacteria also were recovered from the patch and vegetation taken during reoperation in patient 3 (Table).