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    The nasal septum is a flesh and membrane-covered cartilage wall dividing the nose into right and left nostrils. Fashion-forward individuals pierce the nasal septum, but perforations can also result from illnesses such as syphillis or rare inflammatory disorders, nose picking and drug abuse. A perforated septum 's symptoms include nose bleeds, recurring infections, sinusitis, whistling, congestion and a bad smelling crust. Doctors can monitor small perforations while managing tjem with ointments, but when a perforation interferes with the ability to smell or whistles with each breath, a doctor may suggest a septal button. Unfortunately, large perforations do not spontaneously heal and require surgical repair. What Is Septal Perforation Repair? Septal perforation repair is rhinoplasty or nose surgery performed using open or closed techniques. Open…

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    Perforation Peritonitis

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    Abstract Background Early diagnosis and emergent surgical treatment of perforation peritonitis remain the mainstay of treatment. The purpose of study was to indentify the effect of early surgery on postoperative outcomes in patients with perforation peritonitis. Material and Methods A retrospective medical report of 200 patients who underwent exploratory laparotomy and proceed for perforation peritonitis from July 2014 to June 2016 was…

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    Tympanic Membrane Perforation A tympanic membrane perforation is a hole in your eardrum. The eardrum is a thin sheet of tissue that separates your middle ear from your ear canal. It protects your middle ear from germs that can cause infection. A tympanic membrane perforation can cause ear pain and hearing loss. CAUSES This condition may be caused by: An injury, such as: A blow to the side of the head. A fall onto water or a flat surface. Too much pressure on the eardrum,…

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    Major complications are generally rare. Minor complications such as epistaxis, septal hematoma, injury to the nasopalatine nerve with subsequent dental numbness, scarring, septal perforation, cerebrospinal fluid leak, and persistent nasal obstruction are comparatively more prevalent. Severe epistaxis following septoplasty is rare. Counselling patients about risk of dental numbness following septoplasty is a must. Temporary dental numbness is common, and usually resolves within several weeks or…

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    Diagnostic Testing

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    performed with the use of an endoscopic device to evaluate an individual’s internal organs (Magdeburg & Kaehler, 2016). This form of diagnostic testing can be applied before and during a patient’s laparoscopic appendectomy to maintain a continual visual evaluation of the appendix (Magdeburg & Kaehler, 2016). Prior to the patient’s appendectomy, a diagnostic exploration of the abdominal cavity was indicated to provide a visual representation of the characteristics of the appendix. The image…

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    direction (Nguyen, et al., 2013). ● Retrograde aortic dissection is rare and, a secondary to coronary dissection usually occurs after inflation of the proximal LAD, and RCA which is more common in RCA. characterized by unexplained chest pain, hypotension, and persistent opaqueness by contrast at the aortic root after ostial angioplasty or stenting (Nguyen, et al., 2013). ● Air embolism is characterized by hypotension, pain, and similar to coronary artery occlusion in AMI. Air…

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    Diverticulitis Case Study

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    Etiology & Incidence: In the US, the third most common gastrointestinal illness requiring hospitalization and the leading indication for elective colon resection is diverticulitis. Of the people who have diverticulosis, 4-15% of the patients will develop diverticulitis, and increasing with age. An older belief was diverticulitis was caused by an obstruction of the diverticula (fecaliths), current belief is it is related to pressure or inspissated particles in the lumen. Other things believed to…

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    Hall Technique Case Study

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    avoid vertical occlusal changes that occur in Hall technique and to prevent crown perforation. This considered the first trial to modify Hall technique Survival rates of restorations; In this study group II (Hall crowns) showed the highest survival rate (95%) followed by group III (modified Hall crowns) that showed high survival rate of (93.3%) with no significant difference . While the survival rate of control restorations (conventional SSC) was (83.3%) after follow-up period of 12 months. The…

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    Trachea In Cats Essay

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    What is Hole in the Trachea in Cats? The trachea, also known as the windpipe, is a tube made of cartilage that allows air to pass from the throat to the larynx to the bronchi in the lungs. When the trachea becomes perforated via a small hole or tear in the cartilage, the air that normally passes into the lungs goes into the surrounding tissues. This creates pockets of air under the skin, in the mediastinum (the area in-between the lungs), around the heart, in the chest cavity and in the…

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    First, Flores assesses the disparities of appendiceal perforation in children with NEPL, compared to children with EPL. Children with NEPL are at much greater risk for appendiceal perforation due to the lack of healthcare accessibility. These factors are based on the family having difficulties finding a physician that accepts the child’s health insurance. Since children with NEPL are faced with these access barriers, there are greater chances of delayed medical care, diagnosis, and treatment.…

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