microsurgery

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surgery using operating microscopes and miniaturized precision instruments to perform intricate procedures on very small structures

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Current reconstructive techniques following head and neck cancer resection using microvascular surgery. Ann Vasc Dis 2011; 4: 189-195.
The ability to control clotting was an important step in the development of microvascular surgery.
Stay ahead of the rest and download our free WhatsNews app for Apple, Android or Blackberry "Re-attachment of amputated body parts with microvascular surgery is routinely done in Khoula Hospital.
The new department of Hand & Microvascular surgery has already started providing dedicated and focused service.
The doctor noted that the odds of this procedure's success are around 30%, but the alternative was microsurgery to implant ligaments which can only be done in a center specializing microvascular surgery.
'e team at Leeds General Inrmary have some of the world's greatest expertise in microvascular surgery with vast experience of microsurgical reconstruction of the upper limb.
It is a monumental contribution to the field of microvascular surgery and microsurgical nerve transfer … The material covers the gamut of state-of-the-art microsurgical techniques in autogenous free-tissue vessel and nerve transplant, including those procedures considered the most difficult."“ - From the Foreword by William B.
"This is a novel approach to anastomosis that could play a valuable role in microvascular surgery," said Frank Sellke, MD, chief of cardiothoracic surgery at Brown University Medical Center and associate editor of the Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, who was not involved in the study
The 25 chapters follow the framework of that conference and cover clinical examination, imaging, surgical exposure of blood vessels, vascular trauma, operative techniques, microvascular surgery, and various conditions commonly seen by general surgeons, including ischemia, Raynaud's disease, aortoarteritis, aneurysms, arteriovenous fistulas and malformations, varicose veins, deep venous thrombosis, diabetic foot, amputations of the lower extremity, compartment syndrome, lymphedema, and portal hypertension.
I work full-time at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital on injured soldiers and specialise in microvascular surgery on lower limb trauma.
Cardiovascular surgery, neurosurgery, bariatric surgery, plastic/reconstructive surgery, microvascular surgery, general surgery, anesthesiology, cardiology, gastroenterology, nephrology, oncology, ophthalmology, urology, endoscopy, orthopedics, pain management, wound management, ENT, IVD, OB/GYN.
B Ahuja, Head, s Dept of Burns, Plastic, Maxillofacial & Microvascular Surgery, Lok Nayak Hospital.