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Cardiovvasculor Surgeon Need To Get Correct Procudure Lv Nv
Can the nose bridge be narrowed by shaving the bone, instead of breaking the bone? A surgeon told me this was possible. Would i get correct results?
Sometimes: That is something that needs to be evaluated by a surgeon in the office. Sometimes there are conditions that a minor amount of shaving of the bone will be effective. However, in many cases, the shaving process will flatten the nasal bones significantly and it will require that the nose be fractured and repositioned. ...Read more
I need to see a surgeon can I get a list of the best surgeons in the latrobe valley hoops and area please?
Briefly, this isnt a diagnosis question, Im in the army about to get out, want to become a surgeon, and would love some advice?
Pre recs: The first thig would be to take the prerequisit classes to take the entrance exam for med school. Not sure what country you are in as the pathways are different. I would start by talking to a doctor who you know, does not have to be a surgeon, and ask some questions about the who what why before you take the plunge. Good luck! ...Read more
Never: I am not sure what you mean. There is no laryngologist that would remove the vocal folds unless you had carcinoma of both vocal folds. If you mean you have a lesion on a vocal fold that causes hoarseness such as a nodule, polyp, hemorrhage, granuloma, you need an ENT doctor. If your question is as you pose it, you would wind up with aphonia, complete absence of your voice. ...Read more
Ask him: If your pain is not well controlled, i would re-address this with him. If he is not helping, consider evaluation with a pain specialist. ...Read more
If you get surgery once and it doesn't work, is the surgeon obligated to give another surgery to fix it?
No: Although there is no obligation, most surgeons would want to fix a problem, however if the procedure did not work the first time, you might want to try a different procedure. ...Read more
What are possible complications from septoplasty? I'm about to schedule a septoplasty. My surgeon keeps saying complications are rare. I get that, but i'd just like to be prepared in case i'm one of the rare ones.
Risks : Risks include but are not limited to anaesthetic related complications, bleeding, septal perforation, over-resection that can lead to saddle deformity (loss of dorsal support), synechia formation (internal scar bands), rarely alteration in smell acuity, and temporary numbness and tingling in the upper central dentition. ...Read more
Physical Tauma: It would be impossible to accurately answer your question without actually examining you in person. You did not mention the kind or extent of the physical trauma and what was damaged, displaced, etc. You may require the services of a general dentist, orthodontist, maxillofacial oral surgeon or a multidisciplinary approach. Start be seeing your dentist for a consultation. ...Read more
Yes: Yes oral surgeon can fix that ! ...Read more
Can you tell me if I am likely to need with my pcm in order to get referred to a plastic surgeon?
Depends on insurance: Yes you will need a pcm referral if mandated by your insurance plan in order to achieve coverage of a reconstructive procedure, . If this is deemed to be for a cosmetic procedure, a referral may be useful to seek the skills of a qualified surgeon but not necessary. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How do I find a platic surgeon that has performed back lifts before? I have had almost all my body lifted want to get off rolls on back?
I need to get my gallbladder taken out i don't have insurance how do I convince my surgeon to take it out as a emergency i'm always in pain! help?
Get Insurance: We live in a world now with access to health care for all. Idaho even has health plan finders. Your local public health clinic can assist you. Your family doctor's office may also be of assistance. Be proactive. Don't expect free care from those trying to save your life. They have expenses too. ...Read more
I've had Endo for 20 years now, I have gone through the lapro surgeries, the surgeon couldn't get it all.. Now its around my major internal organs. ?
Endo omnipresent: If Endometriosis is everywhere around your major organs (omnipresent) then you and your MD need to have a discussion about whether to retain your reproductive structures or not. The removal of the uterus, Fallopian tubes and ovaries may not guarantee that the Endometriosis will not recur as it can still "spread" to urinary bladder, umbilicus, etc. The use of a GnRh Agonist Rx may also help. ...Read more
Board cert. Surgeons train 5-7yrs gen. Surgery then 2-3 yrs speciality training...I don't get it, do doctors choose length of programs or is it random?
Not random: The length of the program is determined by the specialty certification boards who have determined that this is the length of time necessary to insure that doctors have adequate training. During this time the doctors work long hard hours under the close supervision of their teachers while also participating in the training of medical students & less senior doctors. It takes a lot of dedication! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sort of.: Most people with gerd can control their symptoms with dietary and lifestyle changes, supplemented with medication. For those whose lives are compromised by gerd despite these rx's, fundoplication surgery can help. However, the operation is not perfect: while many are happy, it does change the way the stomach processes food and can cause other side effects like bloating and increased gas. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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