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Carpal tunnel syndrome is a very common condition in hand surgery. The gold standard in therapy is the surgical release of the flexor retinaculum. Endoscopic carpal tunnel release provides superior convalescence and patient safety. In this video paper, we demonstrate endoscopic carpal tunnel release via a monoportal approach and report our experience in treating over 800 cases.
Scleral buckle (SB) is a well-established modality to treat retinal detachment (RD). The surgery can fail because of various reasons. This case highlights the role of secondary pneumatic retinopexy (PR) for dealing with recurrent RD after SB surgery. This modality of treatment could be explored before taking up patients for vitrectomy, especially in cases of retinal break without proliferative vitreoretinopathy. In the case presented, secondary PR could save another major surgery and good outcome was achiev...
In general surgery, women earn less money and hold fewer leadership positions compared with their male counterparts.
Given the controversy about the best surgical technique for carpal tunnel release, this study tested the hypothesis that no significant differences would be observed between single-portal endoscopic release and a short, 1-cm incision open release in a large sample of patients. Consecutive patients were assigned to one of the two techniques. Preoperative and postoperative measurements included grip and pinch strength, a visual analog scale for pain and a satisfaction questionnaire. Eighty-seven patients comp...
Since inception of robotic-assisted surgery (RAS) in 1999, there has been an exponential rise in RAS in both number and complexity of surgical cases performed. The majority of these cases are gynecologic surgery in nature, with only a quarter of them labeled as general surgery. The purpose of this study is to determine if RAS in the Department of Defense (DoD) mirrors these trends.
Financial and legal entities (e.g. banks, casinos, notaries etc.) have to report money laundering suspicions. Countries' engagement in fighting money laundering is evaluated-among others-with statistics on how often these suspicions are reported. Lack of compliance can result in economically harmful blacklisting. Nevertheless, these blacklists repeatedly become empty-in what is known as the emptying blacklist paradox. We develop a principal-agent model with intermediate agents and show that non-harmonized s...
Insulin resistance is an independent negative predictor of outcome after elective surgery and increases mortality among surgical patients in intensive care. The incretin hormone glucagon like peptide-1 (GLP-1) potentiates glucose-induced insulin release from the pancreas, but may also increase insulin sensitivity in skeletal muscle and directly suppress hepatic glucose release. Here, we investigated whether a perioperative infusion of GLP-1 could counteract the development of insulin resistance after surger...
Postoperative remote intracranial hemorrhage (rICH) secondary to craniotomy surgery is an extremely rare but catastrophic complication. The present study aimed to investigate the incidence and the possible pathophysiological mechanism of rICH after brain tumor surgery. The clinical data from 9 rICH cases among 4588 patients undergoing brain tumor surgery were collected retrospectively. Remote intracranial hemorrhage occurred in 9 cases, including 6 cases of remote epidural hemorrhage (rEDH), 2 cases of remo...
Anal canal duplications (ACDs) are extremely rare with only approximately 90 cases described in the literature. We report on three additional patients.
To compare the efficacy and safety between Bondy modified radical mastoidectomy (BMRM) and atticotomy for stage Ⅰ epitympanic cholesteatoma. A retrospective analysis of 36 cases with stage Ⅰ epitympanic cholesteatoma was performed. According to different surgery methods, the cases were divided into the atticotomy group (21 cases) and the BMRM group (15 cases). Hearing function, the dry ear ratio after two months of the surgery, and the epithelial time were observed. The complications for the retraction ...
Limited research has been conducted to investigate the characteristics of money boys (MBs) in China. This study was aimed to identify the subgroups of MBs based on sexual behaviors, Net-based venue sex-seeking, and substance abuse.
Although horseshoe kidney (HSK) is the most common congenital anomaly of the upper urinary tract, renal cell cancer (RCC) in HSK develops extremely rarely. Until 2012 y. there were less than 200 cases of RCC in HSK published in PubMed. Only five cases of laparoscopic partial nephrectomies and some cases of heminephrectomies have been described in PubMed.
Planning for a re-emergent epidemic of smallpox requires surge capacity of space, resources and personnel within health systems. There are many uncertainties in such a scenario, including likelihood and size of an attack, speed of response and health system capacity. We used a model for smallpox transmission to determine requirements for hospital beds, contact tracing and health workers (HCWs) in Sydney, Australia, during a modelled epidemic of smallpox. Sensitivity analysis was done on attack size, speed o...
The Physician Payment Sunshine Act requires biomedical companies to disclose financial relationship between themselves and physicians. We compared the amount of money received by speakers at the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), and the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS) annual conferences with the average plastic surgeon.
Data on isolated coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) performed in 2015 and 2016, and registered in the Japan Cardiovascular Surgery Database were reviewed for preoperative characteristics, postoperative outcomes, and choice of graft material for the left anterior descending artery (LAD). Isolated CABG was performed off-pump in 55.0% (n = 16,173) of all CABG cases (n = 29,392), and graft material for the LAD was positioned at the internal thoracic artery in 72.1% and at the right internal thoracic...
Successful nonoperative management has been reported for esophageal perforation; however, some cases require surgery.
An increased rate of complications has been demonstrated with increasing hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) for a variety of orthopaedic procedures, including arthroplasty and spine surgery. We investigated the effects of elevated HbA1c on postoperative complications at the time of carpal tunnel release (CTR).
Kelp forests are known as key habitats for species diversity and macroalgal productivity; however, we know little about how these biogenic habitats interact with seawater chemistry and phototroph productivity in the water column. We examined kelp forest functions at three locales along the Olympic Peninsula of Washington state by quantifying carbonate chemistry, nutrient concentrations, phytoplankton productivity, and seawater microbial communities inside and outside of kelp beds dominated by the canopy kel...
This novel 'Chopstick' drilling technique overcomes the difficulty of drilling with simultaneous suction and irrigation, despite one hand holding the endoscope. Allows more cases to be performed entirely minimally invasively endoscopically, obviating the need for an endaural or postauricular incision in selected cases. Saves operating time for selected endoscopic cases, avoiding switching to the microscope if drilling becomes necessary.
The adoption of clinical registries has the potential to improve outcomes, while reducing the costs of health care. We sought to evaluate the changes in workflow that occurred with implementation of the Save Sight Keratoconus Registry (SSKR) in corneal clinics.