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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Potential complications from the device or implantation include infection, reoperation, low blood pressure, nerve damage, surgical or anesthetic complications, allergic reaction, arterial damage, heart failure exacerbation, stroke, and death.
10 (SUNA) -- South Sudan delegation, headed by the Minister of Finance Salvatore Garang Mabiordit and Minister of Oil Engineer Awow Danil Chuang, has arrived in Khartoum to discuss some technical and financial issues concerning reoperation of oil fields at South Sudan.
Rania Al-Mashat has said that the reoperation of Azerbaijan National Airlines (AZAL) charter flights from Baku to Cairo and the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheikh will start 8 and 18 July 2019 respectively, according to Egypt Today news outlet.
Since the cabinet of the former Prime Minister Sherif Ismail, Egypt has intensified the talks with Saudi maritime transport authorities for the reoperation of the navigation line.
Reoperation of the direct and unstoppable flights between the US and Kuwait caps fruitful cooperation between the DGCA and the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Sheikh Salman had said in a statement to KUNA.
There were no significant differences in reoperation rates between the two groups, however, the endoscopic cohort was found to have statistically significant fewer complications, lower postoperative pain medication requirements, and less postoperative work disability.
Only if this regimen failed to improve the situation was reoperation considered.
When GBC is diagnosed after cholecystectomy, reoperation for radical resection according to depth of invasion of cancer (T stage) is inevitable.[1] However, reoperation with radical surgery is not performed in all patients for several reasons including refusal to undergo radical surgery, poor medical condition, or cancer progression suggesting unresectability.
A logistic regression analysis was performed to check for factors independently affecting reoperation risk.
Capsular contracture occurred in 7.2 percent of primary breast augmentation procedures, and was the most common reason for reoperation in this group.
In this section, we present 3 recent studies that evaluate pregnancy outcomes and complications including reoperation or second permanent contraception procedure rates.
The other day, industry minister Matroka Yadav wanted to reoperation of the Janakpur Cigarette Factory.