dehiscence


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dehiscence

[də′his·əns]
(botany)
Spontaneous bursting open of a mature plant structure, such as fruit, anther, or sporangium, to discharge its contents.
(medicine)
A defect in the boundary of a bony canal or cavity.
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Wound dehiscence was present in 20% in group 1 and 10% in group 2 on the 3rd post-operative day with increased relative risk with interrupted X.
Wound dehiscence is associated with the method of closure of abdomen and the sutures used.
Additionally, the dead space at the surgical site and in the subcutaneous tissue as well as the tension occurring in the skin may be the cause of many complications, including seroma, hematoma, dehiscence, and infection (9).
In postoperative week 6, patients with poor bony healing that was proven in the radiological and physical examinations were diagnosed as sternal dehiscence. Sternal dehiscence developed in three patients who received sternal cable.
In the present case report, the presence of dehiscence along with missing teeth poses a challenge for esthetic reasons.
An otic capsule dehiscence opens up a third window into the inner ear, and clinical findings such as a low-frequency bone conduction hearing loss, dizziness, vertigo, or Tullio phenomenon have been reported [2,7].
"Excessive reactions, while uncommon, can lead to an increased risk of dehiscence, infection, and delayed healing," Dr.
Vaginal cuff dehiscence after total laparoscopic hysterectomy: Examination on 677 cases.
In this study, we used the guinea pig as an experimental model, and we created dehiscence in the superior semicircular canal to simulate SSCD using a surgical technique.
Dehiscence was found on the facial root surface of upper central incisor through the CBCT (Figure 3).
In many cases, the management of vaginal dehiscence with evisceration consists of immediate laparotomy to assess the overall integrity of the entire bowel.
Abdominal wash out with stoma creation is the treatment of choice for an anastomotic dehiscence in presence of peritonitis.