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Sample Type / Medical Specialty: Surgery

The branch of medical science that treats disease or injury by operative procedures.



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Osteotomy & Bunionectomy
Distal metaphyseal osteotomy and bunionectomy with internal screw fixation, right foot. Reposition osteotomy with internal screw fixation to correct angulation deformity of proximal phalanx, right foot.

Osteotomy & Bunionectomy - 1
Plantar flex third metatarsal and talus bunion, right foot. Third metatarsal osteotomy, talus bunionectomy, and application of short-leg cast, right foot. Patient has tried conservative methods such as wide shoes and serial debridement and accommodative padding, all of which provided inadequate relief. At this time she desires to attempt a surgical correction.

Pacemaker - DDDR
DDDR permanent pacemaker. Tachybrady syndrome. A ventricular pacemaker lead was advanced through the sheath and into the vascular lumen and under fluoroscopic guidance guided down into the right atrium.

Pacemaker (Dual Chamber)
Implantation of a dual chamber permanent pacemaker

Pacemaker (Dual Chamber) - 1
Implantation of a dual-chamber pacemaker and fluoroscopic guidance for implantation of a dual-chamber pacemaker.

Pacemaker (Single Chamber)
Single chamber pacemaker implantation. Successful single-chamber pacemaker implantation with left subclavian approach and venogram to assess the subclavian access site and the right atrial or right ventricle with asystole that resolved spontaneously during the procedure.

Pacemaker (Single Chamber) - 1
Implantation of a single-chamber pacemaker. Fluoroscopic guidance for implantation of single-chamber pacemaker.

Pacemaker Insertion
Insertion of transvenous pacemaker for tachybrady syndrome

Pacemaker Interrogation
Pacemaker ICD interrogation. Severe nonischemic cardiomyopathy with prior ventricular tachycardia.

Pacemaker Lead Placement & Rrevision.
Sinus bradycardia, sick-sinus syndrome, poor threshold on the ventricular lead and chronic lead. Right ventricular pacemaker lead placement and lead revision.

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