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*  Damage control surgery
Hirshberg, Asher; Wall, Matthew J.; Mattox, Kenneth L. (September 1994). "Planned Reoperation for Trauma". The Journal of ... "Abbreviated laparotomy and planned reoperation for critically injured patients". Annals of Surgery. 215 (5): 476-83; discussion ...
*  Aspirin
In one study, 30 of 6499 people having elective surgery required reoperations to control bleeding. Twenty had diffuse bleeding ... "Unplanned reoperation for bleeding". American Surgeon. 62 (1): 52-55. PMID 8540646. Staff (9 July 2015). "FDA strengthens ...
*  Calcific tendinitis
... require re-operation. If the deposit is large, then frequently the patient will require a rotator cuff repair to fix the defect ...
*  Warren Snodgrass
Snodgrass W, Bush N, Cost N: Algorithm for Comprehensive Approach to Hypospadias Reoperation using 3 Techniques. Journal of ... "Tubularized incised plate hypospadias reoperation". J Urol. 171: 2404-6; discussion 2406. doi:10.1097/01.ju.0000125018.90605.a5 ... hypospadias reoperations". J Urol. 172: 1720-4; discussion 1724. doi:10.1097/01.ju.0000139954.92414.7d. PMID 15371799. Nguyen, ...
*  Failed back syndrome
Reoperation was successful in 12 of these 16 patients, but two required a third operation. The incidence of spondylolisthesis ... 1978). "Reoperation after lumbar intervertebral disc surgery". J. Neurosurg. 48 (2): 259-63. doi:10.3171/jns.1978.48.2.0259. ... This increase in metal usage was associated with a greater risk of complication without improving disability or re-operation ... Weir B.K.A.; Jacobs G. A. (1980). "Reoperation rate following lumbar discectomy. An analysis of 662 lumbar discectomies". Spine ...
*  Nissen fundoplication
Curet MJ, Josloff RK, Schoeb O, Zucker KA; Josloff; Schoeb; Zucker (1999). "Laparoscopic reoperation for failed antireflux ...
*  Vascular bypass
If bleeding is detected, treatment can range from transfusion to reoperation. Later on in the hospital course, common ... It is rare, but almost always requires reoperation. General risks of surgery: Hemorrhage (bleeding) Infection Embolism ...
*  Pericardial heart valves
They believe that the patient can be told that he or she has a 30% chance of requiring re-operation because of the porcine ... This general calculation does not take into account the other causes of valve 'problems' which may lead to re-operation or some ... Late deterioration of these valves frequently necessitates re-operation. They estimate the rate of failure at approximately 15 ... Re-operation for Ionescu-Shiley xenograft failure' In: Bodnar E, Yacoub M (Eds) Biologic and Bioprostheic Valves. Proceedings ...
*  Dietmar Wittmann
Scheduled reoperations (Etappenlavage) for diffuse peritonitis. Arch Surg 121:147-152, 1986. Wittmann DH, Kotthaus E. Further ...
*  Gastric bypass surgery
... and re-operation is sometimes necessary. Use of blood thinners to prevent venous thromboembolic disease may actually increase ...
*  Mitral valve replacement
... reoperation, and health perception. Overall mortality was 4%, which included 3 operative deaths and 4 late deaths. Overall 5- ...
*  Paul Stelzer
Stelzer, P (Aug 2002). "Reoperation for dilatation of the pulmonary autograft after the Ross procedure". J Thorac Cardiovasc ...
*  Say-Meyer syndrome
Sometimes reoperations are needed for the severe cases. Trying to hollow out the temporal, and the hypoterlorism are very hard ...
*  Coronary artery bypass surgery
Excessive drainage suggests continued bleeding which may require re-operation to manage; no drainage suggests an obstructed ...
*  LiMAx test
Early diagnosis of primary nonfunction and indication for reoperation after liver transplantation. Liver transplantation 2010; ...
*  Adhesion (medicine)
Adhesion-related complexity at reoperation adds significant risk to subsequent surgical procedures. Certain organs and ...
*  Strabismus surgery
In cases of re-operations, more pain is expected. Resection of the muscles is more painful in the post operative period than ...
*  Daniel Mojon
Minimally invasive strabismus surgery for horizontal rectus muscle reoperations. Br J Ophthalmol 2008; 92: 1648-1652. Mojon DS ...
*  Cushing's disease
... reoperation has lower success rate and increases the risk of pituitary insufficiency. Pituitary radiation therapy is another ...
*  Mohamed Mufti
"Analysis of risk factors involved in reoperation for mitral and tricuspid valve disease". The Journal of thoracic and ...
*  Atrium (heart)
Guhathakurta S, Kurian VM, Manmohan G, Cherian KM (2004). "Mitral valve reoperation through the left atrial appendage in a ...
*  FloWatch
Conventional bands have a fixed size that often require re-operation to adjust (either a tied band or suturing the artery ... Adjustment of conventional bands requires re-operation with its related risks and costs. Complete atrioventricular septal ...
*  Trigonocephaly
Reoperations are usually performed on more severe cases (including syndromic metopic synostosis). The hypotelorism and temporal ... Aesthetic outcome of metopic synostosis surgery is persistently good with reoperation hazards below 20%. In 1981 Anderson ...
*  Surgery
Reoperation (return to the operating room) refers to a return to the operating theater after an initial surgery is performed to ... Reasons for reoperation include persistent bleeding after surgery, development of or persistence of infection. At a hospital, ...
*  Dextro-Transposition of the great arteries
It has a disadvantage that the conduit does not grow, so re-operation is necessary. The Jatene procedure surgery is the ...