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Scar Tissue Removal After C Section
Yes: Adhesions can develop after a knee surgery which limit motion and can be removed (typically arthroscopically), however the reason for stiffness should be fully evaluated before considering this. Most common causes are malpositioned acl graft or inappropriate size or position of total knee components. If this is the case revision of the primary procedure is required. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more
Back pain: If the surgery is recent, then scar tissue is far from the cause of the back pain. It is most likely the position of the stirups during surgery that can cause some back pain after surgery. Especially if surgery was a long one. Anyone who has their legs in that position will have some back discomfort after surgery. If it persists, and over the counter meds don't help. See your physician for tremet. ...Read more
No: I don't think there is a connection between these conditions. ...Read more
Scars heal in a year: The healing process is pretty uniform for the first 6 to 12 weeks. After that there are ways to improve the appearance of a heal;ing scar. Pressue on the scar has been shown to decrease the risk of scars raising up above the normal skin. Medications can be injected into the scar and in severe scars/keloids, radiation is sometimes used. The scar is healed when it is no longer red in color. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cataract surgery: Scarring does not occur after CS of corneal incisions; mild with scleral tunnel incision; scaring of posterior lens capsule (PCO) about 20% risk & may require need YAG laser (not uncommon & very high success rates with very low complications. More info:[email protected] ...Read more
Does internal scar tissue after C-section soften with time ?How long it takes? Feel like a knot of scar tissue after c sec. .plzz help
Depends: This is very difficult topic c multiple studies in how to prevent abd adhesions , this an individual response , from no reaction at all to severe adhesions , that in occasions develop complications as severe as intestinal obstructions , these are less common in whites , ; but is a individual response to scar formation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had tummy tuck 3 years ago to remove flap caused by C-section , what non surgical procedure can get rid of fat trapped in scar tissue causing bulge?
None is effective: Bulge at scar is result of tissue laxity that developed with time and following acute swelling post op. It is exacerbated by density of the scar and adherence of the scar to underlying tissues that causes tissues to bunch up at that level.It is not just fat. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
At risk of bowel obstruction due to scar tissue. How can I dissolve the scar tissue without surgery?
28 wks pregnant, previous c section, placenta anterior, no acretta now- placenta is 4cm above c section scar. Could acretta still develop at this pt?
I had abdominoplasty 3 years ago which left me with a flap caused by scar tissue and trapped fat. Pls advice on non surgical procedure to remove?
Abdominoplasty : I wish i could se what you are describing. The revision of a scar can be done under local and then new noninvasive scar management using embrace can be used. ...Read more
Which is better for frozen shoulder? mua w/scope scar tissue removal and release or just scope w/scar tissue removal and release
MUA: MUA, or manipulation under anaesthesia is the most patient friendly way to perform any procedure compared to the same procedure without anaesthesia. Your orthopedist may tell you he/she can assess things better without anaesthesia, but some people have a low pain threshold, and would not be very compliant in those circumstances, making the procedure difficult to impossible to do the right way ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Scar tissue?: Scar tissue typically forms and reforms for the first 12-18 months after any surgery. If scar tissue continues to grow after that in may be something else - keloid, lymph nodes, etc. Or in the case of thyroidectomy you may have thyroid tissue that has begun growing again in that area. If this is suspicious or if your original surgery was for cancer i would recommend a biopsy. Make an appointment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6 months to a year: Scar remodeling physiology typically takes 6 months to a year to get to close to final appearance to determine if scar revision is even necessary. Early treatment includes massage, pressure, avoid sun exposure, silicone sheating and topical aids. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not necessarily: Removal of the uterus and ovaries can be accomplished in several ways. Sometimes no scar is left. Often a vaginal hysterectomy is possible, which leaves no scar. If that approach is not appropriate, a laparoscopic or robotic procedure will leave only small scars. You should seek out a doctor who is capable of performing such surgeries to allow you the full range of options. ...Read more
Cyst removal by laser surgery on bottom lip result hard scar tissue and bigger bumps after 4 weeks,doctor says it is scar tissue and go automatically.
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