Questionnaire on priority assessment of patients referred to orthopedic surgeons showed great differences between reviewers.
The emerging surgeon soon realizes that technical expertise in the operating theatre is only pan of a successful outcome.
Many of the papers and articles published were also of interest to surgeons and the designers of artificial limbs.
The aetiology of such pain is usually obvious, but continued facial pain may merit referral to a maxillo-facial surgeon.
This technique demands full cooperation between the surgeon, who is often unfamiliar with this technique, and the patient.
Although there was evidence to support convergent and discriminant validity, the convergent correlations between similar patient- and surgeon-rated constructs were fairly weak.
Our experience indicates angiography can precisely diagnose vascular rings and provide the surgeon with the correct information to optimally manage tracheoesophageal compression syndromes.
This particular technique had been presented by the surgeon to the media as a breakthrough in treatment for the condition.
Management of these complex problems is a daily activity for the transplant physician/surgeon who becomes comfortable in this type of environment.
Some indications were based upon the opinion of the cardiologist in consultation with the surgeon, and others were determined by technical considerations.
Apart from the doctors and surgeons, the answer is : monks and, increasingly, nuns.
The choice of method is dictated by many factors, including the surgeon’s personal preferences.
More recently, paediatric surgeons have relaxed these criteria, such that very few infants would now be denied surgical treatment.
Most surgeons repair the lip and often the alveolar area and front edge of the hard palate between 3 and 6 months.
He then presented various surgeons with the limited literature about this condition and the results of the psychological evaluations.
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