surgical 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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Therapeutic treatment and surgical treatment are available to treat avascular necrosis.
Tribune News Network Doha As part of its constant endeavour to provide the best surgical treatment to patients, Sidra Medicine has joined the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (ACS NSQIP).
Growing adoption of advanced minimally-invasive surgical treatment expected to boost the growth of Avascular Necrosis Market .
Otolaryngology, head and neck surgery, and other specialists from Europe, Asia, South Africa, and Brazil address the epidemiology of hypopharyngeal cancer; signs and symptoms, staging, and co-morbidity; natural history; clinical and radiological evaluation; treatment options, including surgical treatment; indications for non-surgical treatment; outcomes of tumor control for primary treatment; sequelae and complications of treatment; swallowing and voice outcomes following treatment; quality of life outcomes; salvage treatment options after failed primary treatment; systemic therapy, palliation, and supportive care of patients; and treatment options for patients in developing countries in Africa, South America, and Asia.
In a study of 87 patients with ovarian cancer, Kawaguchi reported the incidence of DVT was 16.1%.2 More profoundly, some patients with DVT may develop into pulmonary embolism (PE), which leads to a high mortality rate.3 Gynecological malignant tumor usually needs surgical treatment, which may aggravate the occurrence of DVT.
Should she need surgical treatment, they will proceed to Librando's clinic at the Center for Advanced Dentistry, 26th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
The camp would offer medical and surgical treatment to the children suffering from diseases like cleft lip, intestinal and esophageal or other disease since their birth.
Objective: To compare medical versus surgical treatment of nasal polyps in terms of frequency of success and recurrence.
At our Hospital, surgical treatment of pituitary gland tumors was initiated by first operation performed by Dr Aleksandar Blaskovic using Schloffer's method in 1922.
In comparison to non-surgical treatment, surgical treatment has a low complication rate and is more cost-effective.