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Comparison of phenol applications of different durations for the cauterization of germinal matrix: an efficicacy and safety study.
Treatments for basal cell carcinoma include radiotherapy, cryotherapy, cauterization and surgical excision.
Type IV Pricking, piercing or incising of the clitoris and/or labia; stretching of the clitoris and/or labia; cauterization by burning of the clitoris and surrounding tissue; scraping of tissue surrounding the vaginal orifice (angurya cuts) or cutting of the vagina (gishiri cuts); introduction of corrosive substances or herbs into the vagina to cause bleeding or for the purpose of tightening or narrowing it; and any other procedure that falls under the definition given above.
administering about one cyathus to insomniacs, to those in much pain, and those undergoing surgery or cauterization whom they wish to anesthetize.
5,6) Kobak et al (5) achieved fistula closure in 53% of cases using an H2 antagonist after tract cauterization with silver nitrate.
When the researchers have tried the experiment in another species, Chelidonura sandrana, cauterization produced no change in mating.
In his de Materia Medica he gave a detailed account of the use of anaesthesia in Egypt, Greece and Rome using morion and hemlock (xii) giving up to three hours' unconsciousness for cauterization and incisions.
When these failed to work, bloodletting or cauterization of nerves, blistering or the use of cathartics might be employed; sometimes, "in extreme cases, physicians, including the famous neurologist Brown-Sequard, might recommend castration.
These disturbances may occur when using a high-frequency scalpel, during cardioversion, or during cauterization.
The topics include the history of the surgical management of herniated lumbar disks from cauterization to arthroscopic and endoscopic spine surgery, the role of epidural and radicular veins in chronic back pain and radiculopathy, using a laser in minimally invasive spinal surgery and pain management, frameless stereotactic imaging techniques, and the rise and fall of chemonucleolysis.
If applied to glands in situ, FNA is potentially less likely to cause significant damage to a parathyroid gland as opposed to an incisional biopsy with cauterization of the cut surface of the gland, which is the current method of confirming parathyroid tissue.