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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(53) These studies highlight the controversy surrounding the role of conventional laminectomy and potential iatrogenic instability in LSS patients with structural pathology with reported reoperation rates of 25% to 37%.
At present, few studies have defined an ideal time interval for reoperation since the impact of delay on survival is unknown.
The regression analysis demonstrated that sex (p = 0.009; odds ratio = 2.78; 95% C1: 1.28-6.01) and age (p = 0.025; odds ratio = 0.96; 95% C1: 0.93-0.99) were related with reoperation rates independent of the surgical method (p = 0.121) applied.
UK data indicate high reoperation rate for hysteroscopic procedures
The minister had also wished to reopen Gorkha Rubber Factory but the task force formed to study on the condition of the factory reported that reoperation of the factory will not be economically viable.
There was no significant different in stroke (p=0.771), reoperation (p=0.342) and readmission (p=0.451) with slow and slowest gait speed.
In April 2016 the UAE launched a large-scale operation against Al Qaeda and other terrorist organisations in Yemen and resulted in significantly curbing acts of terror in a number of Yemeni governorates and restoring essential infrastructure services across the Hadramaut governorate, primarily the reoperation of Port Mukala which is an essential economic utility for Yemeni people.
We considered surgical complication as any deviation from the normal postoperative period that needed intervention (abdominal abscess, anastomotic dehiscence, surgical site infection (SSI), or reoperation).
The following variables were analyzed: sex, age, weight, hospital stay time, ICU stay time, PO starting time, anesthetic time, estimated blood loss volume (ml), estimated blood loss as percentage of total volume, surgical complications (e.g., bleeding, infection, wound dehiscence, seizure, need for reoperation, etc.), follow-up time, and Whitaker grade.
Seiler, "Morbidity rate of reoperation in thyroid surgery: A different point of view," Swiss Medical Weekly, vol.
They determined that when taking into account the rate of complications after reoperation due to RG and the risk of malignancy in RG, the most advantageous operation for NTMNG was TT.