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What are the complications of having a pylorotomy?

What are the complications of having a pylorotomy?

Vomiting, Scar: As any surgical procedure, complications can occur. Post operative vomiting is the most common issue. Surgical case fatality runs 1-5/1000 while doing nothing runs much higher. ...Read more

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What are the complications of having a parotidectomy?

What are the complications of having a parotidectomy?

Several: In experienced hands, the complication rate is low. They include facial weakness or paralysis, sweating from the cheek when eating, earlobe numbness, blood collection (hematoma), and collection of saliva under the skin (salivary fistula or sialocele). ...Read more

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What are the complications of a having discogram?

What are the complications of a having discogram?

See below: Complications include infection of the disc or related structures (meningitis, epidural abscess, osteomyelitis), dural puncture causing a post dural puncture headache, nerve damage, and skin infections such as cellulitis. Discuss with your doctor the incidence of each of the these complication to better weigh the risks and benefits of the procedure. ...Read more

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What are the risks of having a splenectomy?

What are the risks of having a splenectomy?

Early and Late: Early: bleeding or injury to adjacent organs are the highest surgical risks. Late: the spleen is a filter that removes old blood cells and certain (encapsulated) bacteria from the bloodstream. Therefore, people without a spleen are prone to certain infections (although there are vaccines for these) and an over abundance of platelets in the bloodstream. ...Read more

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What are the complications of a hysterectomy?

What are the complications of a hysterectomy?

Infection bleeding: Hysterectomies have a low risk of complications. Infections in the abdominal wall, urine, or vaginal cuff sometimes occur. Bleeding into the wound or significant vaginal bleeding is less common. Very rarely, serious complications occur including intraoperative bleeding, injury to the intestine or urinary tract, or blood clot in the legs or to the lungs. ...Read more

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What are the risks of having a vitrectomy?

What are the risks of having a vitrectomy?

Discuss w/ Retina MD: The most common complication from a vitrectomy is progression of cataract. At your age of 44, that may not be a major factor. Other risks that occur less than 5% of the time are retinal detachment, and bleeding. Post-operative infections from vitrectomies are rare. Depending on what the underlying condition is that you have, there may be a risk of disease progression and need for further surgery. ...Read more

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What are the complications of a parotidectomy?

What are the complications of a parotidectomy?

Facial paralysis: is the most common complication, but in the hands of a skilled surgeon is relatively rare, depending on the reasons for the parotidectomy. Other complications include sweating and redness on the face while eating, infection and scarring as well as some asymmetry. If you need a parotidectomy, your surgeon should go into these in depth with you. ...Read more

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What are the possible complications of a sigmoidoscopy?

What are the possible complications of a sigmoidoscopy?

Complications: rare: Sigmoidoscopy is a very commonly done procedure with rare significant complications. Mild bleeding can occur in patients with hemorrhoids. Perforation of the colon wall can occur in less than 1/1000 patients, usually only in those with some type of pre-existing abnormality such as diverticulosis. ...Read more

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What are the possible complications of a colonoscopy?

What are the possible complications of a colonoscopy?

Veery rarely: Bleeding and injury to the bowel. In experienced hands the combined risk is less than 1 %. You may have gas and bloating afterward but these should resolve quickly and you can resume normal activity and diet the next day. The risk of having an undiagnosed colon disease or cancer is greater than the risk of the procedure. ...Read more

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What are the risks of having a pericardiocentesis performed?

What are the risks of having a pericardiocentesis performed?

Pericardiocentesis: Probably the 2 major risks of a pericardiocentesis are puncture or laceration of the right ventricle of the heart causing bleeding or heart rhythm disturbances. ...Read more

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What are the risks of having a balloon angioplasty?

What are the risks of having a balloon angioplasty?

Angio risk: While there is a laundry list of possible complications like kidney injury from the "dye", bleeding from the puncture afterwards, injury to the vessel from the balloon...The vast majority of angioplasties, when conducted by an experienced doctor, go without a hitch. Your doctor should review complications with you as part of your consent process. ...Read more

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What are the complications of a spermatocelectomy?

What are the complications of a spermatocelectomy?

Blockage of ductus: epididymis which could block passage of sperm from testis on that side, slight risk of post-operative hemorrhage or infection. ...Read more

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What are the risks of a hysterectomy?

As listed: The risks include infection, bleeding, injury to internal organs such as bladder, bosel, ureter, and blood vessels, reaction to medication/anesthesia, blood clot formation, and complication of surgery leading to another surgery. The risks also vary depending on your medical/surgical history and the route of hysterectomy. ...Read more

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What are the risks of a hysterectomy?

What are the risks of a hysterectomy?

Please discuss with: Your gyn as your gyn should discuss all of the possible major risks to you, many the vast majority of women have no problems, but some of the risks are infection, post op bleeding, blood clot after surgery, very rarely even death, fistula, etc the benefits to you should vastly outweigh any risks or u should not have the surgery, u can also go online and read. ...Read more

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What is the likelihood of having complications with pregnancy if you hsave short bowel syndrome and what are some of the common complications?

What is the likelihood of having complications with pregnancy if you hsave short bowel syndrome and what are some of the common complications?

Former preemie?: The great majority of women born as preemies can have normal pregnancies. Short-gut syndrome after necrotizing enterocolitis makes it hard for a pregnant woman to get enough nutrition (she has trouble absorbing the necessary vitamins, nutrients, calories) for herself, but she also has nourish her unborn baby - sounds like a problem in the making. The nutritional deficiencies can be bad for a baby. ...Read more

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What are some of the risks of having a hysterectomy?

What are some of  the risks of having a hysterectomy?

Many: Risks of a hysterectomy include infection, bleeding, injury to the bowel or bladder, deep venous thrombosis, anesthetic complications, or even death. Fortunately, serious risks are rare. ...Read more

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What are the risks of having a cyst excision?

What are the risks of having a cyst excision?

Minmal: Depends where the cyst is located. If a ganglion of the wrist then adjacent structures are at risk like tendons, nerves, or blood vessels. ...Read more

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What are the disadvantages of having a stroke?

What are the disadvantages of having a stroke?

It is incapacitating: Stroke is incapacitating as it can cause paralysis og one side of body and can be crippling and even cause death It is a serious and morbid medical condition can be fatal and even if you survive it is crippling and leaves you with unpleasant complications ...Read more

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