A qualitative operation for a young man with a bullet wound to the throat at the Al-Kafeel Hospital

A medical team at Al-Kafeel Super Speciality Hospital performed a qualitative operation on a young man from Maysan who was wounded by a bullet that damaged his vocal cords.

Dr. Nadhem Omran, an ear, nose and throat specialist at the hospital, said: "Through the operation, we were able to open the vocal folds and fibrosis of the vocal cords, for a 25-year-old young man from Maysan Governorate," noting that "this operation is qualitative because the case is complex, but the presence of medical technologies and devices in the hospital, enabled us to achieve this success, in addition to the skill and experience of the anesthesia team and assistants.”

Dr. Omran explained that "this young man was hit by a bullet in the larynx, which caused damage and adhesion to the vocal cords, and resulted in a clear defect in the process of speech and breathing as well," noting that "laser technology was used in this operation, and we were able to open the vocal cords fibrillation and adhesion, and we used medical materials that prevent the recurrence of adhesion again, and the patient's health condition is very good after the operation."
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