Annals of Minimally Invasive Surgeries

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Annals of Minimally Invasive Surgeries

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Minimally Invasive Lacrimal Duct By-Pass Surgery

Authors: Mohammad Idrees

Abstract: Primary and secondary acquired nasolacrimal duct obstruction (where applicable) in adults is the main indication of performing this procedure especially when epiphora is interfering with the daily living activities of a patient. When there is a complete or partial obstruction of the nasolacrimal duct causing epiphora, it may cause skin excoriation, visual impairment, social embarrassment, chronic ocular discharge and acute or chronic dacryocystitis.

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Case Report Pages 15-18

Necrotizing Fasciitis following Laparoscopic Appendicectomy: Case Report of Unpredict Surgical Site Complication

Authors: Tavares RL, Lafeta PNQ, Torres PAC, Castelano GB, Lima AP, Aranha GL, Santos Junior LHR, Peixoto RO, Gomes CA

Abstract: Necrotizing fasciitis represents a deep surgical site infection, which compromises the patient muscular tissues and fascia's. Therefore, it manifests with rapidly advancing polymicrobial (gram positive, negative and anaerobic microorganisms) soft tissue infection and secondary necrosis. In most of cases, the patient evolves with systemic inflammatory response and organ dysfunction if resuscitative measures and aggressive surgical debridement could not be expedited.

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