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What Is The Surgery Where The Bladder Is Shifted Is It Successful
I am not sure: I am not sure what condition this type of surgery would be done. If you are talking about prolapsed bladder, there are different types of surgery. There is a sling surgery that basically involves putting a band around the bladder to support it. Whether it is successful or not in your case, you must be examined by gyn urologist and have your options laid out to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The bladder is a muscular organ in the pelvis that accepts urine from the kidneys, stores the urine at low pressure, & expels the urine during voluntary voiding. Though seemingly a simple reservoir, the bladder is a complex organ intricately connected with the brain and spinal cord with sensory, motor, and autonomic circuits. The muscular layer that contracts during voids ...Read more
What is recovery like for the utereroscopy procedure? Is it painful considering there is a stent in place? How effective is it in removing the stones?
Pain can last: The pain from irritation clotted blood and spasm can be just as painful as the stone itself. Drink plenty of fluid. Some patients need to return to the ER for Pain control. ...Read more
What is the procedure of removing the left fallopian tube, where is the incision made, and how long is the recovery time?
Ask surgeon: There are a variety of ways to remove a fallopian tube. The specific route would depend on the surgeon who is doing the procedure. ...Read more
Damage lining: An ablation uses either heat, cold, or radio frequency energy to cause damage to the lining of the uterus to prevent the buildup of tissue that results in heavy periods. It is considered a permanent procedure but some women have return of heavy periods over time. 95% of pts have good results with periods being normal to none at all. It is dangerous to get pregnant after an ablation. ...Read more
Branch of vagus n.: The nerve of Latarjet or the posterior nerve of the lesser curvature is a branch of the anterior vagal trunk which supplies the pylorus. It is preserved in a selective or highly selective vagotomy but not a truncal vagotomy. I hope this helps. Good luck and well wishes. ...Read more
Further info needed: Are you referring to a test result. Lay reference to papillomaviral: http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/human_papillomavirus. ...Read more
I have blocked fallopian tubes at the end is there surgery to correct this if so what is the name of the surgery?
Several surgeries: There are several surgical techniques that can be done to open fallopian tubes. Sometimes it is best to proceed directly to in vitro fertilization. Each case must be analyzed individually. Some of the surgeries are tubal cannulation, Fimbrioplasty, salpingostomy, tubal reanastomosis and others. ...Read more
Embryo: A developing embryo.Get a more detailed answer ›
Replace from cadaver: One takes the missing part from a donor and plates the bones, repairs the tendons and nerves form the donor to the recipient and anastomoses the arteries and veins and then closes the skin. Different types of rejection therapies are given. ...Read more
Cecum: The function of the cecum is not fully understood and studies. It's the first portion of the colon which holds the appendix. People can live without cecum and definitely can live without appendix. There are some suggestions that appendix may play a role in providing local and may be even systemic immunity to a certain extent. ...Read more
Partial colectomy: If its large intestine.Get a more detailed answer ›
How is the distal tube of vp shunt placed in the abdominal cavity? What is the incision for in the process? Describe the procedure please?
Distal tubing: There are several methods used including endoscopic placement with only one or two small incisions. I like to make a small incision in the abdomen which is opened to the peritoneum. I then place a shunt passer in the peritoneum and over the liver into the subcutaneous (fat) space and pass it up into the neck to join the proximal shunt catheter. ...Read more
When is an ankle reconstruction performed? What is involved in surgery? What is the main aim? Why is it performed? Method & recovery?
Let me explain: The surgery is performed when you can not treat the patient with consevative methods. It can involve repairing or transferring tendons, implanting joints, removing tumors, and cutting, grafting, or fusing bone. The aim surgery seeks to relieve the pain and discomfort and restore the ankl as much as possible. Many methods are use and recovery time varies from procedure to procedure. ...Read more
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