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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mucrosquamatus , thirty-eight patients (60%) were admitted for either fasciotomy (15 patients, 39%) or wound condition monitoring (23 patients, 61%).
By then, plaintiff had developed compartment syndrome such that she required a four-compartment fasciotomy surgery with brachial artery repair.
Surgery treatment including fasciotomy, debridement, graft, flap, or extremity amputation in the tandoor burns was significantly higher from the other burn type group (P < 0.05).
Surgical approaches performed for contractures are fasciotomy (cutting the affected part of the palmar fascia) and fasciectomy (removal of the affected palmar fascia).
It is important to note that those patients who required amputation had already undergone a prophylactic fasciotomy. Furthermore, only 2 of the 13 (15.4%) patients with shunts (IV tube line and a #8 Fr tube) presented with thrombosis.
8 cases have developed compartment syndrome with skin blisters which were promptly treated with fasciotomy. Four cases were delayed due to medical management of the co-morbid conditions.
Minimally invasive surgeries include Percutaneous partial fasciotomy, Cryosurgery, and Bipolar radio-frequency micro-debridement.
No fasciotomy was performed in 10.5% patients needing it.
In another study, of five patients who underwent fasciotomy after 35 hours, one patient died of multi-organ failure and amputation was necessary in the other four.
Typical soft tissue surgeries in the foot and ankle are debridement, soft tissue mass excision, ligament repair, and plantar fasciotomy. If a patient underwent both osseous and soft tissue procedures, he or she was categorized into the osseous group.
Although he had not suffered a break, Baker's leg started to swell and doctors had to perform a procedure called a fasciotomy to release the pressure.
She had a history of a tarsal tunnel release 14 years ago for presumed tarsal tunnel syndrome followed by a four-compartment fasciotomy for supposed chronic exertional compartment syndrome (CECS) 10 years ago.