detorsion


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detorsion

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detortion

n
1. archaic the act of, or the state of having undergone, detorting; a twisting, perversion, or distortion
2. obstetrics the process of relieving torsion, or unnatural twists, within the body, notably those in the uterus or intestine
3. zoology the rotation of the internal organs of the larvae of certain gastropods through 90 or 180 degrees, back towards their initial position
Translations

detorsion

n. destorsión.
1. corrección de la curvatura o malformación de una estructura;
2. corrección quirúrgica de la torsión de un testículo o del intestino.
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However, the recurrence rate following endoscopic detorsion is relatively high, with a relatively high mortality rate.
The sigmoid colon was decompressed after detorsion (Figure 3).
14) Antral follicle counts of detorsed and contralateral normal ovaries following a mean of 13 hours of hypoxia are similar 3 months following detorsion.
Clinically, however, pain lasting more than four to eight hours is highly associated with lack of testicular viability unless detorsion is performed (Chen et al.
Following the detorsion of all the small intestinal segments, it was seen that the flow in the main branches of the superior mesenteric artery regained activity, but no significant change in coloring was achieved in the distal segments and the cecum.
Manual spermatic cord detorsion at the bedside is controversial, as it can make the torsion worse.
The only treatment for this condition is urgent cholecystectomy with prior detorsion.
Laparoscopic adnexal detorsion, not adnexectomy is the procedure of choice unless the tissue is gangrenous.
6-8) The procedure entails a laparotomy and detorsion of the midgut volvulus if present, division of the peritoneal bands extending from the caecum to the right abdominal gutter (which traverse the duodenum and often obstruct it), widening of the mesenteric base by division of the adhesions surrounding the SMA, placement of the bowel in a non-rotated position, and appendectomy.
Gursan, "Dehydroepiandrosterone treatment attenuates reperfusion injury after testicular torsion and detorsion in rats," Journal of Pediatric Surgery, vol.
After surgical detorsion, all laboratory values rapidly returned to normal levels.
The surgical management involves performing cholecystectomy with detorsion of GB (6).