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Rates of immediate deaths and complications from weight-loss surgery stayed even during the years investigated, but average recovery time in the hospital decreased from 4.
Reports at the 2005 meeting of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons found little difference in outcome or recovery time between traditional hip replacement surgery and minimally invasive surgery.
6) In this article, we briefly describe the results of the first prospective study of middle turbinate resection during endoscopic sinus surgery.
Title: Director, department of orthopedic surgery, Harlem Hospital; associate professor of clinical orthopedic surgery, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
The most common reason that people have hip replacement surgery is the wearing down of the hip joint that results from osteoarthritis.
Douglas Boyd, director of the Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery Program, performs remote control heart surgery.
associate professor of Neurosurgery at University of California, San Diego, made a presentation concerning his experience with ArthroCare's spinal surgery system and the potential application of the technology to neurosurgery.
to restore body image following mastectomy surgery for breast cancer
Now she's used her savings to cover the bill for the gender-reassignment surgery she had scheduled for May 4.
Coronary bypass surgery has considerable impact on the occupational status of individuals postoperatively (Rimm, Barboriak, Anderson, & Simon, 1976).