With a qualitative operation at Al-Kafeel Hospital: Treatment of a young man who was shot in the throat

A medical team at Al-Kafeel Super Speciality Hospital performed a successful operation on a young man with a bullet wound to the larynx, which caused him to damage the vocal cords.
Ear, nose and throat specialist Dr. Nadhem Omran said that "the medical team succeeded in opening the vocal cords fibrosis of a 25-year-old male," adding that "the operation was qualitative because the case is complex, but the presence of medical technologies and equipment in the hospital enabled us to achieve success in it, in addition to the skill and experience of the anesthesia team and assistants.”
And that "this young man's gunshot wound to the larynx caused him damage and adhesion to the vocal cords, which resulted in a clear defect in the process of speech and breathing,” noting that “the medical team used laser technology, and was able to open the fibrosis and adhesion of the vocal cords.”
The ear, nose and throat specialist confirmed that "the medical team used medical materials that prevent the recurrence of adhesion, indicating that the patient's health condition is very good after the operation."
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