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Symptomatic vitreomacular adhesion is an eye condition related to aging that may lead to blurring of vision or blindness.
Complications related to adhesions.
Causes of intestinal obstruction may include fibrous bands of tissue (adhesions) in the abdomen that form after surgery, an inflamed intestine (Crohn's disease), infected pouches in your intestine (diverticulitis), hernias and colon ...
Risk factors Factors that increase your risk of SIBO include: Gastric surgery for obesity or ulcers A structural defect in the small intestine An injury to the small intestine An abnormal passageway (fistula) between two segments of bowel Crohn's dis...
This can result from pelvic inflammatory disease, which is usually caused by a sexually transmitted infection, endometriosis or adhesions.
Abnormal bowel function can occur due to surgical adhesions or abnormalities in bowel motility.
Press on the upper lip lightly for 30 seconds to ensure adhesion.
Laparoscopic myomectomy may result in fewer adhesions than abdominal myomectomy (laparotomy).
Make sure you tell your doctor if you have any other medical problems, especially: Abdominal adhesions (scar tissues that form on the organs in the stomach area), history of or Angina (chest pain), history of or Bowel blockage, histo...
Surgery for frozen shoulder is rare, but if nothing else has helped, your doctor may recommend surgery to remove scar tissue and adhesions from inside your shoulder joint.
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