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Pericardial sac surgery

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doctor1 MD

Dear sir, My grandmother age 64 yes having Pericardial effusion & doctor asking to do open heart surgery. What u ll recommend? Will it clear by only medicine or operation require? If require I ll attach ...

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discestion surgery on his liver followed by 12 rounds of heavy chemo. The doctor last night said it could ...

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My mum (aged 62) just did her pericardial window (fluid around heart) yesterday . Doctor said it should be from the radiotherapy done for her lung cancer stage 4 . Today , she opened her eyes once ...

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Im scheduled for right elbow bursa sac removal Monday--injured in a fall onto the point .... ORTHO DOC ADVISES REMOVAL SURGERY. after looking online, Im not so sure.....your thoughts? ...

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showed a pericardial effusion , surgery (window) was done this past tuesday, and the drain remained ... she gets winded, but not as before the surgery. She is on oxygen 24/7. She has a plureX catheter ...

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doctor1 MD

My sister has been diagnosed with pericardial effusion...between 300-400 ml. She has just finished ... there that there was nothing he could do; said that using a needle could cause cancer cells to enter the sac. She has Sneddon ...

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Howdy Doc, I had surgery back in 2007,(pericardial stripping) my chest pain, here of late has gotten stronger, I only take 2 81mg aspirins a day. Is it time to head back to my Dr. , or can anything ...

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Hi, My wife went for Heart surgery(MVR) in ESCORT DELHI on 12 feb2011 and she discharged on 19 feb and after 2 weak she was suffering with breath problem due to pericardial effussion. she again went ...

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a routine pre-employment checkup. The problem with his heart (PAPVC) was repaired through a surgery using pericardial patch. Here is the notes from his surgery report: Repair of PAPVC with pericardial patch ...

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and moderate pericardial effusion and pulmonary artery pressure is 55 that is borderline pressure..Is it possible to close this ASD with device or surgery in this age with severe PAH..Her Left Atrium is also ...

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I am an 82 year old male in good health. during a cat scan for Pneumonia a pericardial cyst ... if that is a viable options? 2. Does my age preclude surgery? ...

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to figure out what is damaged. One speculation is ruptured bursa sacs. If that is the case, will I need surgery to repair the bursa sacs? ...

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Hello, I was diagnosed with Disc buldge L4,L5, and L5,S1 with mild compression of the thecal sac ... Sacrioliitis ever go away? 2. Can these buldging discs be healed without surgery after a year? Is the numbness ...

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have a sac in my esophagus which needs to be removed. It is about the size of a golf ball. Am I right in assuming that it is caused by acid reflux? Since it is that large do you reccomend removing ...

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&c.6 level the.is a disc bulge with thecal sac indentation. all other things are normal. Local doctor suggested for surgery. Is it necessary and will it give permanent curation or is there is any other ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

hello, yes surgery would be necessary in your case as you are symptomatic and there is possible small intestine herniating into the sac. regards

doctor1 MD

It means that there is compression of spinal canal and you may need surgery

doctor1 MD

Hi, Would please details of surgeries done?