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Some may have pain with activities of daily living, such as walking, standing or climbing stairs; others may have unusual postoperative pain and swelling unrelated to deep periprosthetic infection or mechanical failure.
For one-eye cataracts, about one-third of kids will obtain driving vision in their poor-seeing eye, one-third will have more moderate "walking-around" vision and one-third never reach quality vision in the affected eye, largely due t...
The pain worsened with standing and walking, forcing the girl to stop playing sports.
"These cases are all multifactorial; they require a great deal of planning and a long recovery for patients, but at the one-year mark, when they are recovered and walking straight, it's very satisfying and sometimes quite emotional t...
A patient's postoperative pain management plan may include intraoperative spinal injections, visits from child life specialists, early walking, local anesthetic injected into the surgical wound, and sometimes indwelling pain catheter...
A total of 80 percent endorsed walking (median response 2-agree; interquartile range [IQR] 1-2).
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Two to three years later, they may complain of double vision, trouble walking and falling.
"The patient might be only 50-something years old but is walking like an 80-year-old, and has symptoms of dementia," Dr.
The complex 3D structure of congenital heart defects can be more completely understood by walking through them and examining every angle.
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