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In summary, TEKIL, as a novel surgical approach, could successfully cure corneal perforations and corneal ulcer in urgent conditions.
Determinants of hearing loss in perforations of the tympanic membrane.
Esophageal perforations," Journal of Visceral Surgery, vol.
Very rarely, perforation of the eardrum is caused by a tumour of the middle ear.
Scleral perforations were excluded, since the choroid, retina and vitreous were usually injured during the scleral perforation.
As the case mentioned in this report, the existing and probably infected perforations, at cervical and occasionally mid-root perforations that are frequently associated with epithelial down growth and subsequent periodontal defects, had a compromised prognosis.
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Causes of non-traumatic small-bowel perforations in decreasing frequency (7,6) * Typhoid fever * Crohn's disease * Ingested foreign body * Radiotherapy * Potassium chloride medication * Diverticula of the small bowel * Primary ulcer (extremely rare)
Outcome of gastrointestinal perforations associated with childhood abdominal non-Hodgkinis lymphoma.
None of the perforations in this study led to serious illness or injury to an internal organ, he noted.
Colonic perforation is one of the most dangerous and rare complications of PCNL, occurring in about 0.
In borehole monitoring perforations or string shots usually have higher P-wave amplitudes compared to microseismic events.