fasciotomy


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fas·ci·ot·o·my

n. fasciotomía, incisión de una fascia.

fasciotomy

n (pl -mies) fasciotomía
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Surgery, including fasciotomy, debridement, and limb amputation, early in V.
The first is called open fasciotomy, when the shortened tissues are cut to relieve tension.
Compartmental fasciotomy and isolating a muscle from neighboring muscles interfere with myofascial force transmission within the rat anterior crural compartment.
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One patient required a four-compartment fasciotomy of the lower leg to treat reperfusion-induced compartment syndrome.
Four-compartment calf fasciotomy may be performed for three reasons:
Arterial and venous reconstruction by means of an end-to-end anastomosis of the pop-liteal vessels was carried out and, due to a suspected compartment syndrome, the patient underwent a fasciotomy the next day.
Those complications included wound breakdown, early return to the operating room for a fasciotomy, graft occlusion requiring early thrombectomy/revision, and rhabdomyolysis/limb loss in a patient with a prolonged diagnosis.
6) Compartment ALARACT (all Army action) memo mandated syndrome a high index of suspicion for compartment syndrome and a standardized approach to guide providers in the evaluation and treatment of patients with extremity war wounds, including the role of prophylactic and therapeutic fasciotomy.
Most of the studies, including ours, consist of sacral nerve stimulation non-tined lead data, which have higher complication rates associated with the open fasciotomy procedure and lead migration.