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Very rarely, perforation of the eardrum is caused by a tumour of the middle ear.
Major complications include adverse sedation or anesthetic events including aspiration pneumonia, post-polypectomy bleeding, diverticulitis, intraperitoneal hemorrhage, and colonic perforation (5-7).
Exploration of all of the hollow organs showed no signs of perforation or signs of inflammatory reaction.
However, as this case series demonstrates, most cases of fungus-caused tympanic membrane perforations will resolve on their own with proper medical treatment.
CHICAGO -- Uterine perforation rates are low for both the levonorgestrel intrauterine device and copper devices, and do not differ significantly between the two, according to the multinational EURAS-IUD study of more than 61,400 women.
Out of the 5260 PNL procedures, colonic perforation occurred in 11 patients (0.
TEE is considered relatively safe and complications are uncommon, however, on a rare occasion the procedure can cause perforation of the esophagus.
The objective of this study was to estimate the effect of using blunt surgical needles during Caesarean delivery in an attempt to reduce glove perforations and therefore exposure to blood-borne diseases.
Both providers and patients worry about complications of IUD insertion, and perforation is likely the most prominent concern that everyone has.
Over the past 2 decades, reports of spontaneous perforations of continent ileal reservoirs have been documented.
Treatment for pharyngoesophageal perforations after ACDF should be tailored for each patient.
Perforation of the eardrum often causes brief, intense pain.