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2021/12/08

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There are a number of different organs that we can live without. However, many people are surprised to learn that you can live without a stomach. However, with a little help, the body is able to adapt to bypass the stomach’s main function – which is to store and break down food ready to pass it to the intestines. Here’s what you need to know about how you can live without a stomach.

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2021/11/29

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Hernia surgery is a procedure used to correct an abdominal defect that causes organs or tissues to push through muscles. The condition results in a visible bulge, usually around the groin or scrotum, and can cause pain. Hernia surgery or repair can be performed using different procedures. 
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2021/10/20

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Crohn’s disease may present multiple challenges even for the most experienced surgeons. It is a challenging clinical entity, both surgically and medically. The condition usually shows in early adulthood. It can lead to lifelong exposure to chronic inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract. According to studies, 70 to 90 percent of patients with Crohn’s disease ultimately need surgery.
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2021/09/08

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The small intestine, also known as the small bowel, plays an important role in the digestive system. This part of the body is responsible for breaking down and absorbing nutrients. When the small intestine cannot function properly, it can put a person’s health at risk. One of the ways to treat a problematic small intestine is through surgery. This process is known as small intestine resection.
 
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2021/08/02

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Advances in surgical technology give patients improved surgery experiences. Robotic surgery, also known as robot-assisted surgery, refers to surgical procedures performed using robotic systems. 

The surgical system comes with specialized “arms” to hold the instruments, a camera, and a magnifying screen and console. Robotic surgery has been around for about three decades, and it has many benefits in the medical field. You can find out about the safety of robotic surgery.

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2021/07/13
A hernia is a condition that occurs when fat tissue or an organ moves out of position. This happens through a weak part in the muscle wall or surrounding connective tissue. Hernias do not generally go away on their own and tend to grow bigger in size the longer they're left untreated. 


Hernias do not always require immediate treatment. The size and the symptoms will determine whether treatment is necessary. In some cases, hernias can cause serious health complications. Doctors usually recommend surgery to treat such hernias. 

 
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2021/06/30

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Single-incision laparoscopic surgery, or SILS, is a developing medical field with major advantages. It is a minimally invasive procedure that offers impressive cosmetic results.
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2021/05/24

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Weight-loss surgery means significant lifestyle changes afterward. You should start losing weight immediately after, with a limited caloric intake, but only if you follow instructions exactly as prescribed by your doctor.
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2021/04/21

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Have you tried a significant weight-loss regimen involving a strict diet and rigorous exercise but failed? Weight-loss surgery is a great alternative to help you shed those pounds and avoid obesity-related health problems.
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2021/03/31

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Weight-loss (bariatric) surgery refers to any operation performed to help you lose weight. It works in several ways.
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