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Gastric sleeve resection surgery, what does this involve?

Gastric sleeve resection surgery, what does this involve?

Operations: In terms of ultimate weight loss, the bypass would be #1 followed closely by sleeve. The band would be a distant third. For fixing problems like diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, sleep apnea, the ranking is the same. Sleeves are a good option for someone without diabetes or heartburn. For a sleeve, we remove 80-85% of your stomach, so that your stomach ends up being a tube. ...Read more

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Do u think having the sleeve would help me.I had colotectal resection which decreasted the size of my rectum if stomach was smaller i could b normal?

Do u think having the sleeve would help me.I had colotectal resection which decreasted the size of my rectum if stomach was smaller i could b normal?

No: The sleeve will make diarrhea worse by presenting more un-digested food to the colon you have left. If you really are suffering from morbid obesity then consider calorie restriction through a commercial plan like weight watchers, a very low calorie meal replacement like medifast, appetite suppressors like qsymia, (phentermine and topiramate) gastric band surgery, or calorie counting with myfitnesspal. ...Read more

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What should I expect in the days and weeks following my lower anterior resection (lar)? Is there anything I should be prepared for?

What should I expect in the days and weeks following my lower anterior resection (lar)? Is there anything I should be prepared for?

Depends: It mostly depends on whether you have a diverting ileostomy or not ("a bag"). If you don't, then the main changes relate to the increased frequency of bowel movements. Many patients have less warning that a bowel movement is coming. Most patients have a low energy level for a few weeks that gets better. Watch for signs of infection (wound drainage, fever, chills, nausea, vomiting). ...Read more

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What is neck resection? And how long is the recovery?

What is neck resection? And how long is the recovery?

Surgery: This is a surgical procedure. Sounds like you have a mass or tumor that needs to be removed. Depending on how extensive the resection is determines the length of time to recover. You could be better in a day, or if there is extensive resection, then it can take as long as a month or more. ...Read more

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How long do you have to wear pull-ups after having a partial prostate resection?

How long do you have to wear pull-ups after having a partial prostate resection?

Do you mean TURP?: If by partial prostate resection you are referring to turp, no pull-ups should be needed at all. Some individuals might have transient urge urinary incontinence which typically resolves with the use of an antimuscarinic medication. Rarely, inadvertent injury to the external urinary sphincter occurs which can result in permanent urinary incontinence, correctable by additional surgery. ...Read more

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Upon complete resection of a grade 1 ganglioglioma, what are the chances of cure?

Upon complete resection of a grade 1 ganglioglioma, what are the chances of cure?

gangliogliomas: Neurological function at recent follow-up evaluation was stable or improved in 81% of patients. Multivariate analysis revealed tumor location to be the only variable predictive of outcome, with spinal cord and brain-stem gangliogliomas having a 3.5- and 5-fold increased relative risk of recurrence, respectively, compared to cerebral hemisphere gangliogliomas. ...Read more

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Mucoperiosteal thickening (applying to post meningioma resection) what does this mean and affects?

Mucoperiosteal thickening  (applying to post meningioma resection)    what does this mean and affects?

Meningioma: Discuss with the neurosurgeon. Mucoperiosteal thickening is usually due to infection or inflammation of the nasal sinuses. Is this a separate issue or does the meningioma extend into the sinuses? Did removal of the tumor lead to a skull defect and drainage of cerebrospinal fluid. ...Read more

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Can you give me some info on minimally invasive resection of intradural extradullary spinal neoplasms?

Can you give me some info on minimally invasive resection of intradural extradullary spinal neoplasms?

Safe: These types of surgery are done in highly specialized centers by dedicated and committed pioneers. Steady hands, robotic technology and high magnification have made such operations possible and safe. Recovery is fast. One 17 month infant had similar nepolasm. It was resected completely in less than 3 hours. He was alert and feeling good 2 hours after the operation. ...Read more