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[Medical Subject Headings] a thesaurus published by the national library of medicine for use in medlars.

MeSH

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Medical Subject Headings

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Visualization and observability from Kiali, offering an easier way to view the topology of the service mesh and to observe how the services interact.
The primary sources involves the industry experts from the 3D Mesh Market including the management organizations, processing organizations, analytics service providers of the industry's value chain.
The mesh is noted to be eroding through the vaginal wall.
But mesh victims believe the draft guidance doesn't go far enough and have called for the operations to be banned altogether.
"Our findings demonstrate that mesh is not independently associated with an increase in the rate of complications of pelvic organ prolapse repair on a large scale," the authors write.
Two surgeries could not fully remove the mesh, which had bunched and embedded itself in her tissue, pressing on her bladder nerve.
Comparing the laparoscopic IPOM technique with open mesh repair, the duration of laparoscopic IPOM surgery was longer (p=0.04 with CI=95%); however, there was no significant difference in the number of days of postoperative stay in both techniques.
Intraoperative EGD images provided by the surgical team displayed the transmural progression of the entire mesh, which is lodged in the pylorus.
3 Surgical mesh has been promoted for the treatment of women with POP to improve long-term outcomes similar to mesh use for hernia repair, but during last decade pharmaceutical-driven use of mesh kits brought some serious complication.
The country's Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Authority (Medsafe) declared it would remove from supply and limit the use of surgical mesh products.
The 42-year-old Canadian woman's husband Tony confirmed her death after she set up a campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of mesh implants, which are used to treat organ prolapse and urinary incontinence, reports said.