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Hysterolaparoscopy has a therapeutic role for application in the same sitting, enabling ovarian drilling, tubal cannulation, fimbrioplasty, adhesiolysis, Uterine septal resection, excision of chocolate cysts, cauterisation of endometrial spots, etc.
Immediately following surgical cauterisation of the superficial temporal and occipital arteries bilaterally in October 2012, his seizures stopped.
He applied the ironic term "heroic methods" to cover such treatments as infibulation of the foreskin, vasectomy, cauterisation of the urethra, insertion of electrodes into the bladder and rectum, puncturing the prostate with needles, castration and circumcision.
We did in-fracture of inferior turbinate to reach out to bleeder underneath of it for cauterisation in 60 cases (33.
The president underwent nasal cauterisation and checked himself into a specialised hospital in the afternoon where he remained overnight as a precaution.
There are reports in the literature of successful management of hydrocephalus in these patients with ETV combined with choroid plexus cauterisation, particularly in the Third World setting, where reliable access to follow-up for VPS and management of the possible complications may not exist.
The methods of ablation of endometriotic implants include cauterisation, laser, and excision.
This week we will speak about the third branch of traditional medicine, involving cupping, cauterisation, splinting and hulool.
Management of central perforation of tympanic membrane by chemical cauterisation using tri-chloro acetic acid.
The Turf Club has received veterinary advice that wind operations, which vary from minor procedures like cauterisation of the soft palate to more invasive surgery, do not always work and that improvement in a horse's performance cannot be directly linked to the procedure it has undergone.
In a written statement issued yesterday, government spokesman Nicos Christodoulides said the president underwent nasal cauterisation following a nosebleed and was admitted to the specialised hospital in the afternoon where he remained overnight for purely precautionary reasons.
Access to initial treatment: Affordable shunts and endoscopic third ventriculostomy/choroid plexus cauterisation