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Synonyms for adhesion

Synonyms for adhesion

the close physical union of two objects

Synonyms for adhesion

abnormal union of bodily tissues

a fibrous band of scar tissue that binds together normally separate anatomical structures

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the property of sticking together (as of glue and wood) or the joining of surfaces of different composition

faithful support for a cause or political party or religion

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Postoperative adhesions are a common complication following a variety of surgical procedures.
The economic impact of adhesions is staggering, in excess of $1.
Abdominopelvic surgery is the most common cause of intraperitoneal adhesions (Menzies & Ellis 1990) and may complicate both open and laparoscopic abdominal and gynaecological surgery (Parker et al 2001, Lower et al 2004).
There are a large number of spinal surgeries worldwide susceptible to the complications of post-surgical adhesions, including approximately 700,000 each year in the United States alone.
Some of these molecules have the ability to upregulate adhesion receptors, increase vascular permeability, damage DNA and tissues, impair endothelial function, (64,142) and possibly contribute to hearing loss, balance disturbance, and tinnitus.
Goldberg and his co-workers now report that hyaluronic acid, a natural, biodegradable constituent of cell membranes, can ward off adhesions in animals when applied to healthy internal tissues that will be exposed to surgical implements when surgery starts.
SentrX equitrX[TM] Adhesion Prevention Film is available in various sizes as appropriate solutions for different post-surgical adhesion problems, in particular tendon, neural and abdominal.
We also must appreciate how tissue injury leads to the development of adhesions, and why adhesion reformation so commonly occurs.
In 1999, Tulandi reported the incidence of pelvic adhesions at second-look laparoscopy ranging from 55% to 100% following exploratory laparotomy.
Even though the post operative complication rate of this procedure is rather low, adhesions, bleeding, hematoma, septal perforation or abscess formation can occur.
During the operation, we found severe adhesions of the intestinal tract and omentum to the mesh used during the previous incisional hernia repair (Fig.
2 Despite of all trials and efficacy of the mentioned procedure, intrauterine adhesions or known as Asherman's syndrome is a neglected factor associated with it.
Background: Intraabdominal adhesions remain a significant cause of morbidity and mortality.