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iatrogenic

[ī‚a·trə′jen·ik]
(medicine)
Pertaining to an abnormal state or condition produced by a physician in a patient by inadvertent or incorrect treatment.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Upon satisfactory positioning of the iatrogenic material, IRE probes were placed in the remaining apertures of the RFA needle guide.
The frequency of iatrogenic RNI was higher among females and on the left side.
The existing high risk of iatrogenic LPD formation indicates the need for detailed reporting of all similar clinical cases, including the established pathogenetic and pathomorphological mechanisms of this process to prevent morcellator-related complications and implementation of a personalized preventive approach due to possible malignancy.
Endoscopic clips for the closure of acute iatrogenic perforations: Where do we stand?
(3) However, large, complicated iatrogenic EAC cholesteatomas usually require surgical management.
Cardiac tamponade was present on both reported cases of post traumatic and iatrogenic pericadiobiliary fistula.
Iatrogenic injury is the commonest cause of ureteric pathology, from either obstetric or gynecological surgeries.
In an in vivo canine model, EBL was reported to be a feasible technique for closure of iatrogenic colon perforations caused by needle knives [8].
We performed literature review in PubMed using the search strategy "Iatrogenic[Title] AND Coronary[Title] AND Dissection[Title]." This yielded 82 articles; out of which, 38 articles had detailed information on the type of management strategy for each patient with iatrogenic coronary artery dissection and thus were selected for review.
Caption: Figure 1: Horizontal CT scan demonstrating hemoperitoneum from iatrogenic spleen injury.
Iatrogenic vascular injury can be caused either by the use of retractors, by drilling the distal locking hole, or by protrusion of the distal locking screw through the medial femoral cortex [3,6-8].
Objective: To assess the extent of drug induced nephrotoxicity in laboratory animals for determining the role and extent of iatrogenic kidney damage in patients exposed to nephrotoxic drugs in various clinical setups.