Surgery and Other Procedures

Diabetic Retinopathy Treatment (Surgery, Medication)

Treatment of Diabetic Retinopathy The treatment options currently available are effective in halting or delaying further vision loss but will not reverse changes. The approach to the treatment of diabetic retinopathy depends onĀ  the stage of retinopathy, presence and extent of clinically significant macular edema, type of >> Read More ...

Gallstones and Gallbladder Removal and Surgery

Asymptomatic gallstones (silent gallstones) do not need to be treated. In majority of the cases, these gallstones will not cause any symptoms. Gallstone disease (symptomatic gallstones) requires treatment and these days surgical removal of the gallbladder, known as a cholecystectomy, is frequently conducted. However, if >> Read More ...

First Trimester Vaginal Bleed – Treatment and Management

Management of Vaginal Bleeding During First Trimester of Pregnancy The first step in management is prompt evaluation of the vaginal bleeding occurring in a pregnant woman. Since excessive bleeding can lead to shock, intravenous access should be established as soon as possible where bleeding is seen to be in large amounts. >> Read More ...

Tubal Ligation Reversal Procedure, Surgery, Methods

Tubal ligation is meant to be a permanent procedure to achieve sterilization in a woman but certain circumstances may cause a person to regret their decision and ask for a reversal of the procedure. While in many cases it may be possible to perform a tubal ligation reversal procedure, it has to be kept in mind that this >> Read More ...
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