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Vaginal cuff dehiscence, or separation of the vaginal incision, is a rare postoperative complication unique to hysterectomy.
1) Though data are varied, the mode of hysterectomy does have an impact on the risk of dehiscence.
In the short term, the main objective of cuff closure is to decrease bleeding and prevent cuff dehiscence and resultant evisceration.
Cuff dehiscence rates consistently are reported to be lower for vaginal and abdominal hysterectomy than for laparoscopic and robotic hysterectomy.
L'opez-Aguado, "Incidence of dehiscences in the fallopian canal," International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, vol.
2] Facial nerve dehiscence (FND) is a common anatomic variant that usually occurs in the tympanic segment above the oval window but is also encountered at the level of the geniculate ganglion and in the mastoid segment adjacent to the retro facial cells.
Very simply, dehiscence is a mechanical failure of wound healing.
The jaundiced patient may experience prolonged healing and risk for wound dehiscence, which is related to a pro-inflammatory state resulting from portal and systemic endotoxemia.
Superolateral wall of one sinus (5 %) showed dehiscence due to the cavernous segment of the internal carotid artery.
No bulge or dehiscence was seen in the floor of sella.
Previous cesarean section, oxytocin administration, and fetal macrosomia increase the risk of uterine rupture or dehiscence (URD).
To our knowledge, this is the first report of a pediatric patient demonstrating bilateral posterior semicircular canal dehiscence.
In fact, it's the presence of infection, not the type of incision, that is associated with wound dehiscence, according to results of a retrospective, case-control study presented at the annual me ting of the Central Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
This risk increases with the dehiscence of the facial nerve canal.
Before her study,there had not been a report on wound dehiscence after obstetric or gynecologic surgery since 1977, Dr.