Forty-nine-year-old Khalidah was admitted to Zulekha Hospital, Sharjah with complaints of Menorrhagia and Dysmenorrhea, which is mainly heavy menstrual flow for months together. Following examination, it was found that her uterus was enlarged as much as it would at 32 weeks of pregnancy. An ultrasound and MRI scan made it clear that she had multiple fibroids, the largest being 10 centimetres and there were many others measuring 5-6 centimetres which occupied the whole of her abdominal cavity.
According to the doctors, this is the first ever case documented in the world in which in an individual has been found to have so many minute teeth.
Surgeons in Australia have managed to restore arm function in paralysed patients, allowing them to feed themselves, use tools and handle electronic devices, according to the results of
Dr Samir F.Shureih stresses on the importance of choosing a board certified doctor to go ahead with any procedure whether big or small.
Liposuction is no substitute for a healthy diet or regular exercise, insists Dr Maher Alahdab, a leading double-certified plastic surgeon, during an exclusive Facebook live interview with the Gulf Today team in Dubai.
A 65-year-old diabetes mellitus (DM) patient in the capital underwent a successful eye surgery and recovering well.
An emergency heart surgery in Sharjah and a scheduled heart operation in Dubai which got complicated because of the urgent cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) that lasted for almost three hours, proved to be successful, with the women patients now on their way to full recovery.
A medical specialist has cautioned on the use of pins following an incident that nearly cost the life of a 13-year-old girl in Al Ain.
In a new medical milestone in the Middle East, the Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) revealed that the medical team at Al Kuwait Hospital, Dubai, has successfully performed two surgeries using advanced surgical robot technology.
While most healthcare systems are trying to stay afloat in this Coronavirus 19 pandemic, a new nine-point set of rules to reduce surgical site infections (SSIs) have been published and which should be strictly observed by hospitals around the world.