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The most difficult part of the operation is the long healing process. Generally, it takes three months to a year after the surgery before patients see any relief from their symptoms, and sitting is difficult throughout the healing process. How is Coccygectomy performed? The anesthesiologist will attach an intravenous lineRead More →

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Time periods vary, but meniscus surgery is usually followed by a period of rest, walking, and selected exercises. Most people who have arthroscopic meniscectomy can bear weight a day or two after surgery and can return to full activity within 2 to 4 weeks. What does meniscus repair mean? ARead More →

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A supracondylar elbow fracture will require cast and sling while the fracture heals. Is a supracondylar fracture an emergency? Displaced supracondylar fractures have been traditionally treated as surgical emergencies due to the risk of neurovascular complications or the belief that open reduction instead of closed reduction will be needed ifRead More →

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For people with very large and uncomfortable hydroceles, surgery to remove them might be the best option. Another treatment option is to drain the hydrocele using needle aspiration . In this procedure, a doctor inserts a long needle into the sac to draw out the fluid. What causes a Hydrocoele?Read More →

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Acute bacterial infections, such as pneumococcal, staphylococcal, or leptospiral infections, are the most frequent causes of infection-induced neutrophilia. Certain viral infections, such as herpes complex, varicella, and EBV infections, may also cause neutrophilia. How do you lower neutrophils in blood? Neutropenia can be caused by: Infections, including hepatitis, tuberculosis, sepsis,Read More →