adhesions


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Ketorolac tromethamine, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug: ability to inhibit post-radical pelvic surgery adhesions in a porcine model.
Patients with adhesions can present with small bowel obstruction or with complaints of infertility, chronic pain, or dyspareunia.
The clinical notes were retrieved for the assessment of documentation of postoperative adhesions on the standard adult consent forms.
signaling), cell matrix adhesions in three dimensions, cell-cell junctions, signaling to and through the endothelial adherens junction, gap junctions (connexin functions), tight junctions in simple and stratified epithelium, desmosomes in development and disease, cadherin trafficking and junction dynamics, and cross-talk in cell-cell and cell-matrix adhesions.
At laparotomy, extensive adhesions necessitating bowel resection and ileostomy were noted.
has commenced a human pilot clinical trial testing the safety and effectiveness of INCERT-S for the prevention of internal adhesions or scarring following spinal surgery.
It is important that adhesions surrounding the round window membrane niche are removed to ensure that fluid transfer through the membrane is not impeded.
White these adhesions can cause decades of discomfort, they usually do not threaten life.
The new product is specifically designed to prevent adhesions in horses' tendons and abdominal area.
The prevention of postsurgical adhesions is one of the greatest unmet needs in medicine today Surgical series have shown that adhesions are present after 80%-90% of abdominal and pelvic surgeries, and that these abnormal fibrous connections have a tremendous propensity to reform after adhesiolysis.
Pelvic adhesions are a significant problem following gynecologic and obstetric surgery.