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'Hole in heart' defect may raise risk for stroke after surgery
People born with a hole in their heart face an increased risk for stroke after surgery, a new study finds.
Iran conducts 10,000 knee surgeries each year
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Weight-loss surgery tied to slight increased risk of suicide
Obese people who get surgery to lose weight are slightly more likely to attempt suicide than their counterparts who try other approaches to shed excess pounds, a Swedish study suggested.
Murray undergoes hip surgery, eyes Wimbledon return
Three-time grand slam champion Andy Murray underwent hip surgery on Monday and is determined to return to action in time for this year's Wimbledon.
Smokers more likely to need spinal surgery
Smoking increases the risk of lower back pain that needs to be fixed by spinal surgery, a Swedish study suggested.
Are surgery weight restrictions on the rise?
Most overweight patients in England face being denied surgery, even when this goes against national guidelines on clinical best practice.
Number of patients waiting over six months for surgery up 40%
The number of patients waiting more than six months for surgery in England was 40 percent higher in September than the same month last year, according to analysis by the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS).
Are you set to undergo surgery? Aromatherapy can reduce your anxiety
Lavender aromatherapy could reduce pre-operation anxiety to modest levels in surgery patients, says a new study.
Surgery patients commonly overestimate pain before operations
Many patients overestimate the amount of pain they'll experience after surgery, resulting in needless anxiety, a new study found.
Weight loss surgery may make obese people less prone to cancer
Compared to people who didn’t have bariatric surgery, patients who did were 33 percent less likely to develop any type of cancer.
Mitral valve replacement without open-heart surgery
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Bangladesh separates conjoined twins in rare surgery
Ten-month-old Bangladeshi siamese twins were recovering in hospital Wednesday after what surgeons hailed as the country's "groundbreaking" first successful separation operation on conjoined siblings.
Researchers invent microscope to scan tumors during surgery
A team of mechanical engineers and pathologists at the University of Washington (UW) has invented a new microscope capable of scanning tumors during surgery and examine cancer biopsies in three dimensions (3D).
Plastic surgery: A gift not geared for young people
Nearly everyone has those self-conscious quirks through high school and college.
One in five weight-loss surgery patients get hooked on opioids
One in five adults who undergo weight-loss surgery will get hooked on prescription painkillers for years after, alarming new statistics showed.

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