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, as if in some poisonous trap.
9,10) This deficiency in the literature may be due to a lack of uniform descriptions of what defines a complication
As a severe postoperative complication
after TKA, pulmonary embolism (PE) was analyzed separately from other pulmonary complications
3 The trial reported a variable overall complication
rate ranging between 0.
The incidence of complication
and mortality of the elderly following lumbar fusion had been reported as 15.
Conclusion: Catheter malposition was the most frequent complication
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risk is particularly high for the large proportion of patients undergoing abdominoplasty in combination with other procedures, according to an analysis of nationwide data by Dr.
Objectives: To evaluate all neurological complications
of DM, to correlate the duration of DM with this neurological complication
, and prevalence of the complications
on the basis of control of DM.
The most common complication
for both autologous and donor cycles was ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), reported Dr.
The mean anterior chamber depth in eyes with intraoperative complication
was less 2.
2% had intermediate and late complication
The least common maternal complication
was premature rupture of membranes (PROM) which occurred in 12 patients making 11.
The most commonly developed complication
was pneumonia (26.
The most frequent postoperative complication
of endoscopic removal of stones from the urinary tract is inflammation, caused by infection, the rate of which reaches 32.