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Wrist synovectomy

Wrist synovectomy

Wrist synovectomy: Wrist synovectomy is surgery to remove inflamed membrane (synovium) that lines the joint.

Diseases And Conditions Treated: Wrist synovectomy

These diseases and conditions may be treated with the surgical procedure Wrist synovectomy:

Non-Surgical Options: Wrist synovectomy

These non-surgical medical options may be possible alternative treatments to performing Wrist synovectomy:

Other Surgical Options: Wrist synovectomy

Surgical procedure options to consider as an alternative for Wrist synovectomy may include these surgeries:

Anesthetic Requirements for Wrist synovectomy

These surgical anesthetic requirements for the procedure Wrist synovectomy may include:

Procedure Complications: Wrist synovectomy

Possible surgical complications of Wrist synovectomy may include:

  • Joint scarring
  • Reduced wrist mobility
  • Bleeding
  • Infection
  • Adverse reaction to anesthesia

Prognosis for a Good Outcome: Wrist synovectomy

The prognosis for a good medical outcome: The prognosis is good, but the synovium will most likely become inflamed again.

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