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What is the good effect and bad effect for tooth curettage?

What is the good effect and bad effect for tooth curettage?

Goo yes...no bad...: The good effects of having curettage on one or more teeth is that you are removing bad tissues around the tooth and allowing new good tissue to grow in. Sort of getting rid of bad, infected tissue. The bad effect of curettage is that there may be some pain following it. That depends on how extensive you were cleaned and what your pain tolerance is. Earl. ...Read more

Curettage (Definition)

The removal of tissue or growths from the interior of a body cavity, such as the uterus, by ...Read more


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Month ago had surgery to remove navicular fx fragment and cyst curettage. The area in foot hurts very bad whenever I take a deep breath. Why?

Month ago had surgery to remove navicular fx fragment and cyst curettage. The area in foot hurts very bad whenever I take a deep breath. Why?

Unrelated: The act of breathing has no anatomic relationship to the foot so this is quite unusual. I feel you should notify the foot SURGEON if you are having undue pain after the surgery as he/she will want to examine the operated area to reassure you or treat any possible complications. ...Read more

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Endometrium, curettage: Inactive endometrium with stromal breakdown. No evidence of hyperplasia or neoplasia. What does this diagnosis?

Endometrium, curettage:
       Inactive endometrium with stromal breakdown.
       No evidence of hyperplasia or neoplasia. What does this diagnosis?

Normal: This pathology report shows a normal lining of the womb with no evidence o cancer. It also sows an inactive endometrium which is consistent with a post menopausal woman. ...Read more

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Is it necessary to undergo a dilatation & curettage after a lost pregnacy?

Is it necessary to undergo a dilatation & curettage after a lost pregnacy?

Not always: Early miscarriages of less than 6 to 8 weeks sometimes do not retain products of conception obviating the d & c. Always check with your ob-gyn md for examination post miscarriage to determine the necessity of d & c or not. ...Read more

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What is a dilation and curettage done for?

What is a dilation and curettage done for?

Failed pregnancy: Usually for failed early pregnancy such as first-trimester miscarriage. It's sometimes used as a diagnostic tool for non-pregnant women with irregular bleeding. There are other reasons as well. ...Read more

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What's dilation and curettage average cost?

Depends.: It depends on your insurance (or lack thereof), the setting in which it is performed and any additional testing or complications. On average, i would guesstimate it ranges in the several hundreds of us dollars to little over a thousand $ as co-payment. ...Read more

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Is anesthesia required for dilation and curettage?

Is anesthesia required for dilation and curettage?

Depends why: Often a d & c may be done under sedation with Propofol and other meds such as versed or fentanyl. The gyn doctor may use local anesthesia around the cervix. If it's an emergency situation where the patient doesn't have an empty stomach, if the patient is extremely obese, or if there is heavy bleeding, general anesthesia may be safest. The ob/gyn and anes doctors will decide the best plan. ...Read more

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Should I do dilatation and curettage if miscarriage?

Should I do dilatation and curettage if miscarriage?

Depends.: D&c is not mandatory after miscarriage - that would depend on how far along the pregnancy was when it was lost, whether you have fibroids, hematologic disorders or other medical problems. Altaernative options: Misoprostol to induce abortion and expectant management. ...Read more

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Having a chronically avulsed fragment from my navicular excised and curettage to remove arthritic changes. Is this a long recovery?

Having a chronically avulsed fragment from my navicular excised and curettage to remove arthritic changes. Is this a long recovery?

I think if your : Having a surgery the recovery time should of already been discussed with you by your doctor. All questions relating to a planned surgery should ideally be answered before the procedure is scheduled. We don't know the size of the fragment being avulsed, nor what is meant by "arthritic changes removed" .....this question is best answered by your surgeon. ...Read more