surgical release


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surgical release

Freeing tissues or organs trapped in place by adhesions or scars.
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Table 2: Duration of symptoms before surgery of CTS patients having surgical release with limited incision (n=20)
Is buccal fat pad a better option than nasolabial flap for reconstruction of intraoral defects after surgical release of fibrous bands in patients with oral submucous fibrosis?
There have been many different studies (14, 15, 24-26, 29, 30, 52, 57, 59, 61-63) highlighting the outcomes of open surgical release.
Fortunately no arterial damage was present and after bilateral surgical release a few months apart he was symptom-free, except for some discomfort in the fasciotomy scars.
Nimigan et al reported a 99% improvement in symptoms and return to activity with open surgical release for patients with TT (n=72).
The main disadvantage is that symptom relief is often short-lived, it may not provide a permanent solution, and some patients ultimately need surgical release.