(Non) Pharmacological Modalities in Acute Procedural Pain
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BACKGROUND: Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and chronic pain conditions commonly co-occur, and are both independently associated with suicidality; however, little is known about the impact of chronic pain on suicidality among individuals with GAD. The a...
INTRODUCTION: One of the main challenges in suicide prevention is the limited understanding of the biological mechanisms underlying suicide. Recent findings suggest impairments in pain processing in acutely suicidal patients. However, little is known about...
ConclusionHeightened awareness of the condition combined with our proposition of a Hybrid repair achieves optimal results in an emergency setting. A Laparoscopic assisted repair of a strangulated hernia provides a durable repair and at the same time offers the patient benefits of minimally invasive surgery.
ConclusionGood clinical outcome is expected with surgical excision of symptomatic scapula osteochondromas especially using muscle-sparing technique which offers a quick functional rehabilitation of patients.
ConclusionClinicians should be aware that severe acute pancreatitis can occur after PD.
CONCLUSIONIn all endometriosis cases which require surgery will need to be performed by an experienced operator. If rectovaginal endometriosis nodule was unexpectedly found during intraoperative and recognition of rectum and ureter must be done, knowledge of retroperitoneal anatomy is required.
ConclusionLimy bile is a rare clinical entity of unknown etiology but obstruction of the cystic duct may be the most important step in its occurrence. The condition needs cholecystectomy as in most of the cases it is associated with gall stones. There are no reported long term sequelae and long term follows up is not recommended.
Publication date: Available online 22 July 2019Source: International Journal of Surgery Case ReportsAuthor(s): Rahul Gupta, Arvind K Singh, Waad Farhat, Houssem Ammar, Mohamed Azzaza, Abdkader Mizouni, Sami lagha, Mehdi Ben Latifa, Amal Bouazzi, Ali Ben AliAbstractIntroductionPatients with appendicular endometriosis (AE) constitute
ConclusionsTransabdominal supradiaphragmatic self-attached mesh for recurrent diaphragmatic hernia can be considered to be an alternative treatment for recurrent diaphragmatic hernia in an emergency setting because this procedure is relatively easier, safer, causes fewer postoperative complications, and can prevent recurrence.
ConclusionSurgical resection of the tumor may relieve the spinal cord compression in a neglected case. Even though the neurologic function after surgery rarely returns to the functional stage due to chronic neural tissue damage.