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Cameron Underwood Face Transplant Surgical Animation 2018 Eduardo D. Rodriguez, MD, DDS, chair of the Hansjörg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery, and the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery, details the recent face transplant he performed on Cameron Underwood in January 2018 at NYU Langone Health.
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28 years old gentleman presented with huge liver abscess in the right lobe, with repeated attempts of percutaneous aspirations in the past. He was evaluated and subjected to Laparoscopic drainage. This video depicts feasibility of laparoscopy in deep seated liver abscesses. Video created by: Dr. Juneed M. Lanker Fellow Minimal Access Surgery Apollo Hospitals Chennai.
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Simply put, there isn’t enough room for wisdom teeth because our jaws don’t grow to be big enough to have enough space for them to come in. Since there isn’t enough room for them to erupt properly, wisdom teeth tend to come in at an angle or they don’t fully emerge, which causes problems for the rest of the mouth. Third molars (the wisdom teeth) routinely damage the teeth right next door, called second molars. Dentists recommend removing wisdom teeth before they become a problem and to avoid a more complicated surgery. Read more at Ask the Dentist: https://askthedentist.com/wisdom-teeth-removal/
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Local anaesthetic injection prior to tumescence ready for varicose vein surgery
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Spinal anesthesia is done in a similar way. But the anesthetic medicine is injected using a much smaller needle, directly into the cerebrospinal fluid that surrounds the spinal cord. The area where the needle will be inserted is first numbed with a local anesthetic. Then the needle is guided into the spinal canal, and the anesthetic is injected. This is usually done without the use of a catheter. Spinal anesthesia numbs the body below and sometimes above the site of the injection. The person may not be able to move his or her legs until the anesthetic wears off.
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Craniectomy is neurosurgical procedure that involves removing a portion of the skull in order to relieve pressure on the underlying brain. This procedure is typically done in cases where a patient has experienced a very severe brain injury that involves significant amounts of bleeding around the brain or excessive swelling of the brain.
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If you’re considering an epidural to help manage the pain of childbirth, you’re not alone. More than 60 percent of women delivering at hospitals elect for an epidural during labor. And with good reason: An epidural is considered one of the safest methods of pain control, with just one in 3,000 pregnancies experiencing serious complications. It’s also good for you, since you’ll remain awake and alert during the birth, as well as for your baby, since the drugs will barely reach your bloodstream (so they can’t get into hers).
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Multiple studies demonstrate the safety of propofol in pediatric EDPS. Each has identified a drop in blood pressure and transient hypoxemia as the most frequent complications. In all of the studies in which hypotension was identified there was no evidence of poor perfusion. The hypoxemia in all of these studies quickly responded to minimal intervention with no apparent lasting complications. Although these were pediatric studies, the results were very similar to ours in complication rates and sedation times. Our study did not demonstrate the frequency of decreased blood pressure seen in these pediatric studies but had similar hypoxemia rates.
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This is a demonstration of the Kocher's method of relocating a dislocated shoulder