adenomectomy

adenomectomy

(ad″ĕn-ō-mek′tŏ-mē) [ adenoma + -ectomy]
Surgical excision of a glandular tumor.
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A minimally invasive right parathyroid adenomectomy operation targeting the parathyroid adenoma was performed.
A circular incision was made on the vesical mucosa overlying the prostate lobes in the vicinity of the bladder neck area, which was deepened until the residual prostate adenoma was identified and digitally enucleated as for a classic suprapubic adenomectomy.
Transcapsular adenomectomy (Millin): a comparative study, extraperitoneal laparoscopy versus open surgery.
4 cm, which was removed by transsphenoidal adenomectomy.
Direct, minimally invasive adenomectomy for primary hyperparathyroidism: An alternative to conventional neck exploration?
Nocturnal breathing abnormalities in acromegaly after adenomectomy.
One of the two patients, who developed Nelson syndrome following the bilateral surrenalectomy, underwent transsphenoidal adenomectomy, and the other was treated with conventional radyotherapy (5000 Rad).
Transsphenoidal adenomectomy for growth hormone-secreting pituitary adenomas in acromegaly: outcome analysis and determinants of failure.
Transsphenoidal adenomectomy is the treatment of choice for ACTH-secreting adenomas, but pharmacological therapy may be used for several weeks prior to surgery to control significant manifestations of hypercortisolism (such as diabetes, hypertension, and psychiatric disturbances).
The most widely used treatment is removal of the tumor by surgery, known as transsphenoidal adenomectomy.
Only the tissue parts that were confirmed as malignant from CaP, as well as the tissue samples obtained from the adenomectomy of patients with BPH, were used for subsequent analysis.
Patients who have hypopituitarism pre-operatively may even resume normal pituitary functions including cortisol secretion within 4 h after uncomplicated pituitary adenomectomy, indicating that hypopituitarism in this setting is reversible and largely due to compression of portal vessels (4-6).