surgical treatment

surgical treatment

See treatment.

surgical treatment

A surgical intervention performed after the appropriate medical evaluation and diagnostic tests have determined the need for procedure.
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Objective: To compare medical versus surgical treatment of nasal polyps in terms of frequency of success and recurrence.
With nearly 50% of women in the United States experiencing symptoms of stress urinary incontinence, the American Urological Association and the Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine and Urogenital Reconstruction recently released a joint evidence-based clinical guideline on the surgical treatment of SUI in women.
We aimed to investigate the differences in incidence of nasal anatomic abnormalities between patients with and without headache and the outcome of surgical treatment for the headache patients with mucosal contact points.
size or scope of the contract: The present case concerns the gradual delivery of reusable surgical instruments and containers of 2 jobs for 24 months with the parameters described in Annex 2 to the Terms of Reference including: Task 1 - reusable surgical treatments to the operating and containers, with a total of 721 pieces of task 2 - reusable surgical treatment in clinics and factories with a total of 76 pieces of CPV - 33.
They are also proposing to delay surgical treatment for hernias and varicose veins until the patient's condition is severe and refuse people knee and hip replacement surgery if their body mass index is too high.
They are also proposing to delay surgical treatment for hernias and varicose veins until conditions are severe and refuse people knee and hip replacement surgery if their BMI is too high.
This text explains the surgical treatment of knee injuries in pediatric and adolescent athletes.
Global Banking News-April 23, 2014--Bajaj Allianz launches cover for surgical treatment
Launched in January 2010, the program offers surgical treatment for people suffering from three specific conditions: cataracts, diabetic retinopathy (damage to the retina caused by complications of diabetes mellitus) and pterygium (a non-cancerous fleshy growth, usually on the surface of the eye) free of cost.
Among their topics are the anatomy of the sellar and parasellar region, the radiologic evaluation and diagnosis for pathology in the region, medical evaluation and management, ophthalmologic evaluation and management, the surgical treatment of meningiomas, the surgical treatment of chordomas and chondrosarcomas, trans-sphernoidal approaches to the sellar and parasellar area, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy options.
These proceedings for the May 2004 congress include a collection of papers on various aspects and techniques of surgery, including that of the rotator cuff, with such topics as the factors influencing the outcome of nonsurgical treatment for partial thickness rotator cuff tears, bursal envelopes and mini-open incisions; shoulder instability, including reviews of surgical treatment; fractures about the shoulder, including surgical treatment of head-splitting fractures of the humerus; the acromioclavicular joint; primary shoulder arthroplasty; revision shoulder arthroplasty; other shoulder topics, the elbow; and basic science.