reoperation


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reoperation

(ˌriːɒpəˈreɪʃən)
n
a duplication or repetition of a surgical operation, usually undertaken due to lack of success of the first attempt
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In April 2016 the UAE launched a large-scale operation against Al Qaeda and other terrorist organisations in Yemen and resulted in significantly curbing acts of terror in a number of Yemeni governorates and restoring essential infrastructure services across the Hadramaut governorate, primarily the reoperation of Port Mukala which is an essential economic utility for Yemeni people.
However, the tumour invariably recurs, raising the question for second line management, including reoperation.
20 (SUNA) - The Minister of Investment Mubarak Al-Fadil has announced enactment of a new Investment Act to engross the developments and provide additional facilities and privileges to investors, particularly in the less developed and development-targeted areas, pointing out that the ministry encourages the imports-replacement and exports-augment projects as well as granting concessions for reoperation of the idle projects.
Unlike most other studies, we included the problem of recurrent disc herniation that required reoperation.
WOMEN WHO HAVE AT LEAST one cesarean delivery have a more than 30% risk of a complication requiring reoperation after benign hysterectomy later in life, compared with women who have had vaginal deliveries only, according to a study of more than 7,600 women in a Danish patient registry.
7 Reoperation for failed internal fixation of hip fractures (FIFHF) is a challenge for surgeons because of bone defect, removal of internal fixation, massive bleeding and so on.
Also, postoperative SSH has resulted with an increased risk for graft and patient loss especially in patients who have required transfusions or reoperation.
Hany Tawfiq, chairperson of Union Capital, said that the inauguration of the company is an important step towards moving the file of the faltering factories and the reoperation of them.
Surgical repairs with native tissue or mesh expand treatment choices for POP as well as urinary incontinence, but reoperation for these disorders often is necessary, and mesh should be used with caution, according to data from 2 randomized trials and a cohort study.
7%) required reoperation over an average of about 25 months.
Determining reoperation rates after previous POP surgery is an important and indirect tool for assessing success of surgery.
However, there are no significance differences on operative time, complication, and reoperation rate between the two procedures.