surgical history

A history of the surgical procedures—and complications, if any—that a particular person has had

surgical history

A history of the surgical procedures that a particular person has had, and complications therefrom, if any
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Anterior subcutaneous transposition of the ulnar nerve did not significantly affect elbow ROM regardless of previous trauma or surgical history nor preoperative ROM (P > 0.
The patient had no medical or surgical history of significance, and he wasn't taking any medications or supplements.
The threshold to operate is higher in women with underlying major comorbidities, such as morbid obesity, complex prior surgical history, or cardiopulmonary disease.
A 45-year-old male with a past medical history significant for chronic chest pain syndrome and a past surgical history significant for a coarctation repair 14 years prior.
Harold Ellis, in his classic textbook of surgical history, writes: "The only thing to benefit from war is surgery.
His surgical history included a right nephrectomy, splenectomy, and partial pancreatectomy.
Her past medical and surgical history was unremarkable.
Hakeem programme, which has been implemented over the past years, includes a number of medical information like: a comprehensive medical and surgical history, physical examinations, procedural and surgical reports, current medications, allergies as well as in-patient and out-patient clinic visit notes.
Through a state-of-the-art encryption method, medications they take, allergies as well as their surgical history are converted into a digital QR code (Health Blueprint), reducing medical errors due to inaccurate and incomplete records.
No significant past medical and surgical history was noted.
There was no significant past medical and surgical history or history of trauma.
Her medical and surgical history was unremarkable except for a benign thyroid nodule.