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- adj. Happening during surgery. Literally, within surgery.
“(the) misreading of the permanent section slides on the day following plaintiff's surgery is relevant because it tends to prove that defendant's misdiagnosis was not caused by the time constraints inherent in intraoperative diagnoses or by the limitations inherent in using frozen section slides.”
“Surgeons can ensure that the entire tumor has been removed if their hospital operating room is equipped with a technology known as intraoperative MRI, or ioMRI.”
“Although it doesn't happen often, men who have taken Flomax and had cataract surgery have a higher risk of certain complications, such as intraoperative floppy iris syndrome (IFIS), lens loss, retinal detachment, and inflammation, say researchers in an article published last month in the”
“Carl Zeiss Meditec's medical technology portfolio is rounded off by visualisation systems for doctors in private practice and promising future technologies such as intraoperative radiation therapy, which allows the targeted treatment of breast cancer and brain cancer directly during surgery.”
“Prof Michael Baum, professor emeritus of surgery at University College London who carried out the first procedure using intraoperative radiotherapy in 1998 said, “Many women specially in the developing world who live hundreds of miles from a radiotherapy unit will be spared six weeks of treatment going back and forth to the radiotherapy centre.””
“Recurrence in the conserved breast at four years was 1.2% in the targeted intraoperative radiotherapy and 0.95% in the external beam radiotherapy group.”
“The study said, At four years, there were six local recurrences in the intraoperative radiotherapy group and five in the external beam radiotherapy group.”
“An electrical device called an intraoperative EMG is used to guide the surgeon.”
“This technique, in combination with the uterine stapling device, has kept the average intraoperative maternal blood loss at 930 ml, well within the accepted range for traditional Cesarean section.”
“Cserni T, Jozsa T, Csizy I, Carr MC, Canning DA, Rushton HG: The danger of intraoperative antegrade cannulation of the ureter in infancy and early childhood.”
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