septoplasty


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septoplasty

n (pl -ties) septoplastia
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She was referred for a septoplasty - a procedure to correct the deviated septum - at Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor which was set to be carried out on June 27, 2017.
If a deviated septum is causing recurrent infections, for example, a septoplasty will be used to straighten out this bone and cartilage.
The Emirati woman has been in a coma for 16 days after she suffered cardiac arrest during a septoplasty, a surgical procedure to correct a nasal deviated septum, Al Bayan reported.
"The 24-year-old young Emirati fell into a coma due to dangerous complications that she suffered during a Septoplasty procedure by S.H and S.D, at the First Med Day Surgery Center.
Current ENT procedures such as septoplasty, laryngeal surgery, trans-oral robotic surgery, tonsillectomy, and endoscopic sinus surgery are performed using minimal invasion approach.
Hence, this study was planned to assess the changes in pulmonary (lower airway) function after correction of nasal septal deviation (upper airway obstruction) by undergoing septoplasty.
To correct this, surgeons today perform what is called an atrial septoplasty, where there is a small hole made between the left and right chambers of the heart, so that the blood can mix.
According to the long-known classical data; septoplasty must be performed prior to middle ear surgery (3,5,6).
She's had rhinoplasty, septoplasty, vocal-cord surgery -- "they cut my vocal cords in half, stretched them, made them thinner [and] took off 80 per cent of my voice box" -- to transform the deep man's voice she'd endured for 45 years.
A healthy 21-year-old male, with no known medical comorbidities, underwent an elective limited endoscopic sinus surgery and septoplasty for chronic rhinosinusitis and a deviated nasal septum respectively.
Septal deviation was defined as the deviation of the nasal septum that was symptomatic and required septoplasty. All our subjects were patients who were scheduled for septoplasty.
for evaluating the efficacy of dexmedetomidine on bleeding during tympanoplasty or septoplasty.[6] They concluded that dexmedetomidine is a useful adjuvant to decrease bleeding when a bloodless surgical is requested.