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What Is Dehiscence What Do They Do About It
Tissue opening: A dehiscence in medicine refers to the coming apart, separation or opening of tissues. Sometimes this occurs in a surgical wound. Repair is surgical, depending on the extent and severity of the dehiscence. ...Read more
Probably not known: Surgical correction of superior canal dehiscence syndrome (scds) is reserved for patients with severe disabling symptoms. This disorder and it's surgical treatments sound rather new and rare. That means that there is unlikely to be enough information out there to assess how successful the different surgeries are. One will have to visit some surgeons and ask about experiences with prior patients. ...Read more
Depends...: It depends on how the hysterectomy was done. In one large series the dehiscense rate was as follows: Total Laparoscopic hyst = 0.64%; Abdominal Hyst = 0.2%; and Vaginal Hyst = .13%. You can see that the incidence is low for all types of hysterecomy but is highest after a Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy. The Da Vinci Robot is often used to perform total laparoscopic hysterectomy. Best wishes ...Read more
Are there any home remedies or helpful advise that can ease symptoms of superior semicircular canal dehiscence? I am going on my honeymoon in 3 days.
I need surgery for semicircular canal dehiscence. I know it involves a craniotomy. I am terrified. How bad is the recovery? Is it worth it?
Research this ...: Yourself on the internet and be prepared with your questions to discuss them with your otologist before scheduling surgery. Is your diagnosis based on symptoms alone? Was the dehiscence seen on mri? How debilitating are your symptoms? Are they getting worse? The answers to these types of questions may help you to decide whether you need surgery. Your otologist will be able to help you sort it out. ...Read more
Can a suture dehiscence heal itself? Or does it need to be reclosed? Surgeon said its normal but getting a 2nd opinion. 1wk post lymph node removal.
Complete Toolkit: Sutures hold tissue together for faster healing. If after removal, the incision opens, then the body springs into action. Inflammation (red, hot, swelling, pain) occur as a natural process which make things heal. Keep the wound covered and changed dressing every other day or so. Avoid peroxide, alcohol, betadine, hibiclenas and motrin/advil as these slow down healing. Protect it from trauma. ...Read more
Been diagnosed with sscc dehiscence and wondering if wearing an in ear plug on the worse side exacerbate the condition or create additional problems?
Ear plugs are OK: Wearing an earplug should not exacerbate or worsen SSCD infact it will dampen incoming sound waves decreasing the third window effect of the dehiscent canal has, hopefully improving your symptoms. ...Read more
Positional vertigo: This is an uncommon condition but it is the result of loss of bone surrounding the superior semicircular canal, a part of the balance mechanism of the inner ear. If you are having recurrent incapacitating true vertigo, an otologist (ear surgeon) can repair this problem. ...Read more
What can be done to fix dental dehiscence and fenestration caused by a thin gingival biotype and dental disease? Can the bone layer be regenerated?
GBR: or guided bone regeneration for fenestration defects is the most popular and predictable technique with Autogenous bone graft. See an oral surgeon or periodontist for consultation and treatment options. ...Read more
My ob found dehiscence of low-t scar during 2nd c/s delivery @39w (bw 9lb; 16m interdelivery interval). I want a 3rd & last pregnancy. How would you manage risk of rupture--including spontaneous risk?
At Time of Surgery: If determined to have another pregnancy, the best help would have been at time of surgery with a two layer closure of the uterine opening. Docs argue about best interval time but logically waiting over a year before conceiving appears to decrease risk of rupture. Lastly, the most dangerous thing is beyond your control since an accreta is your highest risk & unpreventable. A good OB - priceless! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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