The surgeon guides the stentgraft into the aneurysm by using fluoroscopic x-ray imaging. When the stent graft is in place, its outer sheath is withdrawn and the stent graft is expanded
The heart surgeon performs a number of procedures like heart transplant, coronary artery bypass grafting, arrhythmia treatment, aneurysm repair and many more.
This is a minimally invasive procedure performed often by a vascular surgeon to repair an aneurysm in the thoracic (chest) area.
Question is not that. There has to be how to be surgeon? :D So, I am teen, but I am sure that I want to be surgeon. So what I can do to prepare for this ? Read anatomy books ? Or something else ?
Your question has no definite answer. An aneurysm is a ballooning in an artery. That means a weak place in an artery wall starts becoming larger and larger and looks like a balloon. If the balloon pops, blood no longer goes through the artery but out into your body. You can have an aneurysm in a number of places in your body and you can have the surgery done in a number of different ways. If a brain aneurysm breaks it is called it is called a stroke. Sometimes, the surgeon takes a stent through an artery to close off the aneurysm. Sometimes it is done through the skin. Sometimes a patient is up the next day. Sometimes, if it was in the brain and hard to get to, it is quite a while. How long does it take to drive through town when there are traffic jams?
A surgeon is a doctor who performs operations on internal or external bodily tissues and organs.(for the surgeonfish, see the related question)Highly skilled doctor*****A surgeon is a specialist in surgery.
Not very clear what the question is. Please rephrase the question to get a proper answer
It isn't easy to determine without knowing the gentleman's health history and comorbidities. However - an AAA that is from 5-5.9cm has a 6.5% chance of rupture every year. So, if his AAA does not grow - then there is a 65% chance of rupture by the age of 92. If the AAA increases to 6.5cm, the rate increases to 20% per year, giving him an estimated 100% rupture risk some time over the course of 5 years once the AAA has reached that size. The overall mortality rate for ruptured AAA is 80-90%. Factors that increase risk for rupture include smoking/history of smoking, COPD, hypertension, connective tissue disease, and family history of ruptured AAA. If the aneurysm is infrarenal and far enough away from the renal arteries, this AAA could likely be repaired through minimally invasive techniques. Endovascular repair (EVAR) does not require general anesthesia or large incisions. The operation is conducted through the vessels in the legs. If considering repair, the surgeon will discuss risks/benefits and the surgeon's assessment of the patient's life expectancy will factor into this decision making process.
There is no straightforward answer to this question, but removal of breast implants can be much more complicated and expensive than the original surgery, especially if one of the implants has broken. Some surgeons are very experienced at removal and are skilled at getting the best possible cosmetic result, so it may be worthwhile looking for a good removal surgeon rather than going for the cheapest you can find. Be wary of getting saline breast implants. The doctors don't tell you, but rupture is common. I have had mine "Pop" three times. The leak is usually slow. If you believe one or both of your breast implants are shrinking there is probably a rupture. I suggest going to the cosmetic surgeon who did the initial implants ( if you liked the result prior to the rupture). Remember to listen to your body. We know our bodies better than any doctor. So if your doctor disagrees about there being a rupture, get a second opinion.
An inflamed appendix could rupture and expose the abdominal cavity to bacteria, which would lead to infection. This resulting infection has the ability to cause death.
This is a question to bring up with your eye surgeon.
this is a trick question anyone can become a surgeon if the study hard enough with certain subjects and they have become a doctor before they can become a surgeon.