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surgical removal of something without cutting into it

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Out of 9 grade C eyes, 4 eyes achieved salvage, 1 patient was lost during follow up, 1 eye opted for voluntary enucleation after initial treatment failure and 3 are still under treatment.
Compared to TURP, HoLEP is more time-consuming due to the performance of enucleation and morcellation separately, and therefore causes a similar amount of mechanical injury to the urethra.
(N=36) Type of Surgery Number Percentage Deroofing with omentoplasty 9 25.0 Marsupialization 6 16.7 Marsupialization with omentoplasty 5 13.9 Cystopericystectomy 5 13.9 Cystopericystectomy with omentoplasty 4 11.1 Enucleation with external drainage 3 8.3 Capitonnage 2 5.6 Enucleation with capitonnage 1 2.8 Pair 1 2.8 Total 36 100.0 Table 8.
Marsupialization was done in 4 (10.52%) patients, while 24 (63.12%) patients were treated with enucleation. Surgical resection was carried out in 6 (15.79%) patients whereas enucleation with currattage remained treatment of choice in 4 (10.52%) patients.
The energy devices used to perform the hysterotomy and enucleation are selected largely based on surgeon preference, but various instruments can be used to accomplish these steps, including an ultrasonically activated scalpel or such electrosurgical instruments as monopolar scissors or hooks.
The method of using 2 [micro]m CW laser for treating BPH includes 2 [micro]m (thulium) laser resection of the prostate-tangerine technique (TmLRP-TT), and 2 [micro]m (thulium) laser enucleation of the prostate (ThuLEP).[25],[26] A prospective analysis of 51 patients with previously negative transrectal prostate biopsies, who underwent surgical treatment using TmLRP-TT showed that the mean IPSS, QoL score, Qmax, and PVR, changed notably in a 6-month follow-up period (22.5 [+ or -] 6.9 vs.
Since pulmonary carcinosarcoma was initially described, it has been the subject of case reports or small series reflecting the relative rarity of these tumors.[4] Here, we report a huge carcinosarcoma of lung initially presenting as an intra-abdominal mass treated initially with volume reduction by enucleation of the firm sarcomatous component followed by pulmonary resection.
Bovine enucleation - A retrospective study of 53 cases (1998-2006).
Laser vaporization and vaporesection are more widely used due to a relatively short learning curve compared to enucleation. TURP has its own drawbacks despite still being considered as the gold standard for the surgical treatment of BPH.
Cyst enucleation or extraction is generally employed, although marsupialization is sometimes used for larger lesions.
LAHORE -- Two days workshop on RIRS (Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery) and HoLEP (Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate) was conducted at Shaikh Zayed Hospital Lahore under the supervision of Prof.
There are many different surgical options to deal with PanNETs, ranging from simple enucleation (EN) to a total pancreatectomy [14] (Figure 2).
Mortality varies by cancer size and age, ranging between 35% and 50%, five and ten years after enucleation. Men have a higher incidence than women (4.9 versus 3.7 per million) [1].
This tumor has a high percentage of relapse after surgical removal that usually occurs in 20%-40% of cases in which enucleation or excision of the fibroma occurs; while in cases with curettage, the relapse has a recurrence of 70%.
The patient was ultimately discharged from the hospital to a rehabilitation facility where he was informed that he would likely need enucleation of the left eye as an outpatient.