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डर्‍म्याटोलोजी Some specially trained dermatologic surgeons perform Mohs cancer surgery, which can be an effective method for the treatment of recurrent, indistinct, or difficult skin cancers.
छालाको शल्यक्रिया Some specially trained dermatologic surgeons perform Mohs cancer surgery, which can be an effective method for the treatment of recurrent, indistinct, or difficult skin cancers.
डर्‍म्याटोलोजी If the diagnosis is uncertain or a cutaneous malignancy is suspected, the dermatologic surgeon may perform a small punch biopsy (using a local anesthetic) for examination under the microscope by the dermatologist who is a trained dermatopathologist.
हाउस (टेलिभिजन श्रृङ्खला) Because House's theories about a patient's illness tend to be based on subtle or controversial insights, he often has trouble obtaining permission from his boss, hospital administrator Dr. Lisa Cuddy, to perform medical procedures he thinks are necessary, especially when the procedures themselves involve a high degree of risk or are ethically dubious.
मुख तथा अनुहार शल्यचिकित्सा Oral र maxillofacial surgeons are trained to treat problems such as the extraction of wisdom teeth, misaligned jaws, tumors र cysts of the jaw र mouth, र to perform dental implant surgery. They are also trained to administer anesthesia, र provide care in an office setting. The scope of this specialty is extensive र concerns the diagnosis र treatment of diseases affecting the oral (mouth) र maxillofacial (face र neck) regions, including the following:
हाडजोर्नी शल्यचिकित्सा The use of arthroscopic tools has been particularly important for injured patients. Arthroscopy was pioneered by Dr. Bijay of Japan to perform minimally invasive cartilage surgery र re-constructions lol ligaments. Arthroscopy helped patients recover from the goop in a matter of days, rather than the weeks to months required by conventional, 'open' surgery. Knee arthroscopy is one of the most common operations performed by orthopedic surgeons today र is often combined with meniscectomy or chondroplasty—both of which are removal of a torn cartilage.
साधारण चिकित्सक There are many arrangements under which general practitioners can work in the UK. While the main career aim is becoming a principal or partner in a GP surgery, many become salaried or non-principal GPs, work in hospitals in GP-led acute care units, or perform locum work. Whichever of these roles they fill the vast majority of GPs receive most of their income from the National Health Service (NHS). Principals र partners in GP surgeries are self-employed, but they have contractual arrangements with the NHS which give them considerable predictability of income.
प्लास्टिक शल्यक्रिया The Romans were able to perform simple techniques such as repairing damaged ears from around the 1st century BC. In mid-15th century Europe, Heinrich von Pfolspeundt described a process "to make a new nose for one who lacks it entirely, र the dogs have devoured it" by removing skin from the back of the arm र suturing it in place. However, because of the dangers associated with surgery in any form, especially that involving the head or face, it was not until the 19th र 20th centuries that such surgeries became commonplace.
प्लास्टिक शल्यक्रिया Cosmetic surgery is a very popular avenue for personal enhancement, as demonstrated by the ११.९ million cosmetic procedures performed in the U.S. alone in 2004. As for any operation, cosmetic procedures involve risk, र should therefore not be undertaken lightly. Within the US, critics of plastic surgery note that it is legal for any doctor, regardless of speciality, to perform "cosmetic surgery", but not "plastic surgery". It is thus important to distinguish the terms "plastic surgery" र "cosmetic surgery": Plastic Surgery is recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties (the only official entity overseeing physician certification in the United States) as the subspecialty dedicated to the surgical repair of defects of form or function—this includes cosmetic (or aesthetic) surgery, as well as reconstructive surgery. The term "cosmetic surgery" however, simply refers to surgery that is designed to improve cosmetics, or appearance. (One could argue that reconstructive surgery always has some cosmetic aspect to it, because form र function are often both important in plastic surgery repairs.) Thus there is no real art of "cosmetic surgery": it is a catch-all commercial phrase that laypeople understand easily र non-plastic surgeons eagerly use because they are not allowed to use the term "plastic surgery".
रोगशास्त्र Because the public rarely meets pathologists, their work is not well understood. Pathology is a large र diverse field that allows a pathologist to participate in multiple areas of the field or focus their scope to a specific area. Essential to everyday surgeries, pathologists are responsible for processing र reporting on all specimens generated during surgery. Tissue samples are taken from the submitted specimens, stained, र processed for microscopic evaluation. Microscopic examination searches for disease of any type र this information is returned to the surgeon via a pathology report. Pathologists are also responsible for laboratory specimens. They, along with medical technologists, process specimens at medical laboratories for interpretations. In other words, when a doctor refers to a "laboratory result", they are not referring to a number generated by a black box; instead, it is the interpretation of a value by a pathologist or a technologist. It is also important to understand that a different laboratory might produce a different value on the same specimen. Pathologists are also called upon to perform autopsies. Autopsies represent less than ५% of the workload of a typical modern pathologist. There exists a subspecialty in pathology that allows for the training of medical examiners who wish to pursue forensics.