So direct visualization and cauterization
of offending vessel is a better and cheaper procedure, as in our study.
In the present study we have compared chemical cauterization
of anterior nasal septum with local vasoconstrictor nasal spray for treating cases of idiopathic pediatric epistaxis.
Medical treatment is the most preferred treatment, although cauterization
is gaining popularity in CCh treatment.
Some important methods of stopping the bleeding are: local pressure, nasal packing, topical vasoconstriction, cauterization
and ligation, but there are no definitive protocols for epistaxis management7.
Diagnosis based on frozen section can be difficult depending on the effects of applied treatments, cauterization
or freezing artefacts (Figure 1, 2).
Various treatment modalities include surgical excision, chemical cauterization
, laser resurfacing, electrosurgery and dermabrasion.
Causes of RLN paralysis are severing of the nerve, ligation, traction and trauma due to aspiration, hemostasis or cauterization
After nerve sectioning, a malleable cauterization
microprobe is used for capillary hemostasis and to prevent reinnervation.
In patients with hydrocephalus from other causes, choroid plexus cauterization
(CPC) has been associated with improvement of Endoscopic Third Ventriculostomy (ETV) outcome compared to ETV alone.
Canon of the Eleven Vessels of the Foot and Forearm and Cauterization
Canon of the Eleven Yin and Yang Vessels excavated from Mawangdui tomb 3 (burial dated 168 BC) in Changsha of Hunan province are the earliest monographs covering not only vessels but also the application of moxibustion.
Over the course of 1 month and several visits, the bleeding was stopped temporarily with sutures and cauterization
but recurred after each intervention.
The wound beds were prepared for engraftment by cauterization
to minimize any retained epidermal stem cells.