marsupialization


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marsupialization

[mär‚sü·pē·ə·lə′zā·shən]
(medicine)
Surgical evacuation of pancreatic, hydatid, and other cysts when complete removal and closure are not possible.
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In our case, successful marsupialization of the giant para-pelvic renal cyst was performed with no immediate or late postoperative complications.
It seems, however, that marsupialization is preferred.
Marsupialization is shown in Figure 3(a), with the epidermis migrating and proliferating inward along the solid implant.
Marsupialization of both medial and lateral lamellae of the right middle turbinate was performed under general anesthesia.
The surgical technique favored is transsphenoidal microsurgical exposure, decompression, and excision and marsupialization of the cyst wall.
Incomplete excision, drainage, and marsupialization are avoided because of the possibility of the tumor recurring as a malignancy.
Marsupialization involving the removal of the mucosa of the anterior wall of the cyst has been shown to prevent recurrence.
12] Marsupialization of the lymphocele via an open or laparoscopic approach should be considered when conservative therapy is unsuccessful.
Several surgical approaches have been described to treat LTGDCs, including transoral marsupialization, cystectomy, and the Sistrunk procedure.
Incision of the lesion for marsupialization revealed the presence of thick fluid.
Most authors have described fairly aggressive surgical intervention, including turbinate resection, aggressive marsupialization of the ethmoid cavity, nasal packing, and postoperative debridements.
Various modalities of treatment, including needle aspiration, incision and drainage, endoscopic marsupialization, laser incision and vaporization, and excision via external or endoscopic approaches, have been utilized for the resection of laryngeal cysts.