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The blood vessels are tied off, the bone is sawn through, the area is washed with saline (salt solution), and the flaps of skin and muscle are stitched over the sawn end of bone to form a smooth and rounded stump. If a prosthesis (see limb, artificial) is to be fitted, the surgeon tries to ensure that nerves are severed well above the stump in order to reduce the risk of pressure pain. In an amputation at the ankle (Syme’s amputation), the tough skin of the heel pad is retained to cover the stump, reducing the need for a prosthetic foot.
In ambulatory ECG (electrocardiography), a wearable device called a Holter monitor is used to record the electrical activity of the heart by means of electrodes attached to the chest. The monitor is usually worn for at least 24 hours and detects intermittent arrhythmias (abnormal heart rates and rhythms). It is also used to assess the programming of a cardiac pacemaker. The wearer presses a button on the monitor to mark the recording whenever symptoms occur. The recording can be analysed later to determine whether the periods of arrhythmia coincide with the symp- A permanent defect of visual acuity in which there is usually no structural abnormality in the eye.
Bronchiole Capillaries TREATMENT AND OUTLOOK For most types of alveolitis, a short course of corticosteroid drugs relieves symptoms, but for fibrosing alveolitis the drugs may need to be taken indefinitely. If the cause of allergic alveolitis is recognized and avoided before lung damage occurs, the effects are not permanent. In fibrosing alveolitis, the damage progresses despite treatment, causing increasing breathing difficulty and, sometimes, respiratory failure. alveoloplasty Dental surgery that is carried out to remove protuberances and to smooth out other uneven areas from toothbearing bone in the jaw.