Rehabilitation after resection of the stomach

author: physician Koshen AK

In our dynamically developing modern world there are all the same problems of the past years, which for some reason are not solved, but, on the contrary, are even more aggravated. The technological area is well developed, i.e. it's all sorts of gadgets, robotics, and technology in general. This includes medical devices. More and more new methods of early diagnosis and the least traumatic invasive treatment are being developed and introduced, while prevention has remained the same.

Vesicular resection of the ovaries

author: doctor Patwakanyan Nana

One of the most effective ways to treat the polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is wedge resection of the ovaries. PKJ syndrome is a hereditary disease, during which the hormonal balance is broken, and the number of male hormones increases in the female body.

Resection of the sigmoid colon - causes, indications, prognosis and consequences

author: surgeon Korotkikh SN

The most common operation on the large intestine in abdominal surgery, after appendectomy and operations on the rectum. This operation is classified as planned or emergency. Emergency are conducted in approximately 80% of cases.

Resection of the labia

author: gynecologist Bun AM

Resection of the labia or labioplasty is a surgical intervention aimed at changing the size and shape of the labia.

Rehabilitation after a stroke at home

Author: ambulance doctor Deryushev A.N.

Rehabilitation after a stroke, depending on the period may have different forms. Immediately after the development of the stroke, general restorative and breathing exercises, passive reflex and active movements are recommended, speech disorders begin with a speech therapist, and drugs that improve cerebral circulation according to the neurologist's appointments are used.

Cyst of the left kidney

author: physician-transfusiologist Kuznetsov MA

The cyst is an anomaly of the kidney, which is characterized by the presence of an isolated cavity or a plurality of cavities with liquid contents. The contents of the cyst are serous (most often), hemorrhagic (with a trace of blood). If the cyst in the kidney is one, it is called solitary, if the lesion is characterized by the formation of multiple cysts - this is a multicystosis of the kidney (it can be one-sided and two-sided).

Parenchymal cyst of the kidney

author: doctor Kuznetsov MA

Parenchymal cyst of the kidney is an innate (more often) or acquired lesion of the organ, which is characterized by the formation of the chamber (cavity) directly in the renal tissue (parenchyma). Hence the name of the disease is the parenchymal cyst. The cavity of the cyst is filled with contents, most often serous. In appearance and composition, the serous content of the kidney cyst resembles a blood plasma - it is a transparent liquid of yellow color. Less often, the cyst is filled with hemorrhagic contents - with an admixture of blood.

Cyst of the right kidney

author: doctor Kuznetsov MA

The disease belongs to the group of dysplastic kidney pathologies. The cyst is characterized by the presence of tissue defects in the kidney - globular or oval cavities, isolated from the surrounding renal parenchyma. The parenchymal cyst of the kidney is the topic of a separate discussion,

Kidney drainage: the need, technique and consequences

author: doctor Saplonov KN

Kidney drainage or nephrostomy is an operative intervention performed for the purpose of temporary or permanent drainage of the kidney (excretion of urine from the kidney outward through the skin with the help of special tubules made of rubber or polyvinyl chloride in the urine collection).

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