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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Previous surgical history included a laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication 16 years earlier complicated by a postoperative hiatal hernia.
They appreciate the efficiency with which they now can access patient preoperative information such surgical history, problems, medications, allergies and lab results.
Her surgical history was pertinent for remote perforated appendicitis that initially required percutaneous drain placement and subsequent appendectomy.
The barely visible umbilical scar will make it more difficult for physicians to recapitulate the patient surgical history from the physical examination, as it was previously possible.
She did not take any regular medication, and she had no significant medical or surgical history.
If the Army Medical Museum made the material object a pedagogical resource, Devine shows that The Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion was its print counterpart.
Her previous surgical history indicated that she had undergone a laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy 9 years earlier for menorrhagia secondary to a fibroid uterus.
A permanent collection of portraits and murals depicts significant people and events in surgical history, and shows contemporary works inspired by medicine or anatomy, says curator Lindsey Theiman.
A Cardiff dad has made surgical history after his face |was repaired using advanced 3D technology
Complete medical and surgical history of each patient.
A 16-year-old girl with no past medical or surgical history presented with a 3-month history of abdominal pain and distension with weight loss.