surgical problem

surgical problem

A generic term for a condition (e.g., a large bleeding abdominal aortic aneurysm) that requires a surgical intervention, in contrast to a condition that is usually managed non-interventionally (e.g., diabetes, hypertension, irritable bowel syndrome, etc.).
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Appendicitis at extremes of ages continues to be a challenging surgical problem due to atypical presentation increasing its morbidity and mortality.
Perforation peritonitis is the most common surgical problem faced by surgeons usually at tropical countries with increased incidence at young age10.
Patients of all age group of both sex with sickle cell disease and surgical problem were included in this study.
Repair of large abdominal incisional hernias is a difficult surgical problem with recurrence being a common complication.
It is mostly in their approach to a medical or surgical problem.
Community practitioners, such as health visitors, community midwives and school nurses, are often the first health professionals to come across children with a suspected surgical problem.
Upward fixation of patella is the most common surgical problem in Indian cattle.
3 The exact anatomic location of the displaced tooth is not easy to determine clinically 4,5 what represents a surgical problem.
7,8) Reliving trismus in OSMF patients presents a difficult surgical problem.
Surgical patients may feel depressed during their stay in Hospital or may have mood disorders months or years before the diagnosis of the surgical problem.
The tribunal also said someone in a similar job "who has a similar sickness record in respect of, for example, a complicated broken bone or other surgical problem, would not have been subjected to the same treatment".
He further testified that the type of bleeding the patient had was "a potentially fatal surgical problem.