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Can There Be Resection With Commissurotomy For Infundibular Stenosis
Be more specific: Well i guess no one is answering this because we don't understand the question. I am assuming you are talking about the mitral valve and mitral stenosis. I am not sure what else you mean. Are you talking about infundibular stenosis of the left ventricle or right ventricle. If there is for some reason a combination of lesions, it would be possible to do both but that would be very unusual. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Opening the valve: A heart valve commissurotomy is usually performed on a stenotic (tight) mitral valve. This involves open heart surgery and incision of fused mitral valve leaflets. The surgeon usually makes the incision along the same path that separated the leaflets in the past and tries to maintain the integrity of the structure preventing the development of a leaky valve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I need to have sigmoid resection due to stricture from diverticulitis, I would like to know the chances of stricture coming back after operation?
Ive had s disc extrusion at c3-c/4 that was small in2012 and large indenting cord in 2014 with severe stenosis chances it will heal without surgery?
Ask to see the image: I suggest you ask the surgeon to show you the old and new images so that you can see the "obvious" difference between the old and new images. If the disc is indeed compressing your cord and you have cord compression symptoms (numbness, weakness, unsteadiness, bowel/bladder symptoms, etc) then you will need surgery. Many times the read on the MRI is exaggerated and it is important to compare pics ...Read more
Depends: Lumbar stenosis is typically does not resolve on its own. It usually from hypertrophied ligaments or bones. If, however, stenosis is secondary to a herniated disc, this may resolve on its own. Discs have a fluid-like component which can dessicate over time, and as the disc dries up it lifts pressure off the nerve roots. ...Read more
Current Intense pain, base of neck & all pre-op symptoms @ 8wks post ACDF. Had stenosis @ C5-7 of 5 mm's. Dr.'s say 4-6 mos. for relief? Help needed
Neck pain: Very common to have muscular pain across the shoulders and into the mid back and shoulder blades after an anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF). Physical therapy, ultrasound, massage, and neck exercises can speed recovery. If symptoms persist after therapy then attention to the level above at C4/5 may be the source of persistent pain. ...Read more
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