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Beware of these 7 Oddly Dangerous Surgeries

You need to be informed about the risks of surgery before you make an informed decision. Researchers compiled a list for the public of 277 potentially dangerous operations to prepare them for potential side effects. Researchers have identified the seven most dangerous and unexpected operations.

Adrenalectomy

Adrenalectomy is the surgical removal of one or both adrenal glands. These glands produce hormones that are necessary for the normal functioning of our bodies. However, sometimes a tumor can grow on these glands and cause excessive hormone production. In these situations, the glands are removed.

Recovery time is usually between two to six weeks after the procedure. Potential complications can include blood clots and infections.

Carotid Endarterectomy

Carotid endarterectomy removes plaque from the carotid artery in your neck. This surgery is beneficial if there is poor blood circulation to the brain.

The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute warns that there is the risk of blood clots, a stroke, and even death. You can still reduce or eliminate these risks by taking anti-clotting medication before and after the surgery.

Removal and Treatment of Varicose Veins

Varicose legs can occur when the valves of the legs don’t work properly. Your doctor may suggest that you have them removed if they are causing significant discomfort. It is a surgical procedure that can have complications, such as excessive bleeding or nerve damage.

High Gastric Bypass

Gastric bypass surgery involves rerouting your small intestine and stomach so you can feel satisfied after eating less. Before you can undergo this surgery, there are several requirements that must be met. You may be severely malnourished or have your stomach or intestines punctured or suffer from dumping syndrome.

Bile Duct Excision

If a tumor is blocking your bile’s flow to your ducts, surgery may be required to remove it. This surgery can cause jaundice, nausea and a fever higher than 101 degrees Fahrenheit.

Proctopexy

Rectal prolapse surgery or proctopexy is a procedure to realign the rectum, and restore its normal function. The risks include nerve and organ injury, newly developed constipation, or constipation which has been aggravated.

Arm Blood Vessel Replacement

Blood vessel replacement is a way to improve blood flow when one or more of the arteries in your arm are narrowed. The risks associated with this surgery include an abnormal heartbeat or infection. It can even result in death.

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