week 4 db post.docx - 1 A The intended procedure was a laparoscopic minimally invasive surgery but was converted to open cholecystectomy surgical

week 4 db post.docx - 1 A The intended procedure was a...

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1. A) The intended procedure was a laparoscopic ( minimally invasive surgery), but was converted to open cholecystectomy ( surgical removal of the gallbladder ) due to the tissue in the epigastric region (above the stomach) was so inflamed that it made it impossible for that area to be dissected. The gallbladder was removed off the liver bed with a electrocautery ( a hot electrode used to burn or coagulate specific area of tissue ) several new defective blood was were noted and the gallbladder was resected and sent to pathology. B) Acute cholecystitis, gangrenous gallbladder, bowel, neovascularization, cystic artery and cystic duct. 2. The reason why you’ve have issues urinating is due to an enlarged prostate or referred to as benign prostatic hyperplasia. I know this may sound alarming, however no need to worry,
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