The main treatment for mesathoma is surgery. Since this is a very small endocular agency and is deep in brain skin, interventions on this region always contain certain risks.
1. What is a saddle gland tumor?
A tranquila gland tumor is an abnormal growth of a tumor that develops in the sysath gland. Some types of mesathoma lead to an increase in hormone secretion that controls important functions of the body. In contrast, some types of mealine tumours can cause the mealine to produce less hormones.
In most cases, a meamenoma is a non-cancerous growth or is of a benign nature. These tumors are usually locally local only inside the tranquil glands or surrounding tissues without spreading to other parts of the patient's body.
In terms of treatment, there are various options for the treatment of meathoma, including surgery of the meal gland to remove the tumor, taking drugs that control the growth of the tumor and regulating the secretion of hormones of the still gland with drugs. Some cases of detection of mesenteroma are accidental, the disease causes no symptoms, and the plan can now be considered as monitoring rather than actively intervening.
2. Types of saddle tumour surgery
Saddle tumor surgery has many different ways of conducting it. Indications and effectiveness of each method are depending on the type of tumor, its exact location, size and effects on neighboring structures. Accordingly, there are the following types of meathoma surgeries:
2.1. Laparoscopic laparoscopic laparoscopic surgery via butterfly sinuses
This is the most common way to get rid of meathline tumors. The intervention instruments will be passed through the butterfly sinuses, which is a gap in the skull behind the back nasal line and located just below the brain. The back city of the sinuses covers the saddle gland.
To perform this surgery, the neurosurgech must make a small incision along the nasal septum, i.e. cartilage between the sides of the nose, or under the upper lip, above the teeth. Heading for the saddle gland, the surgeon will open the components of the butterfly sinuses with a small hand chisel, drill or other instruments depending on the thickness of the bones and sinuses. The entire operation of these tools is observed and controlled through the screen placed outside the body.
Another approach to the quiet gland is the use of an endoscope. This is a thin fiber optic tube with a small camera placed at the top of the tube. In this way, the incision under the upper lip or along the nasal septum is not necessary due to the advantages of the endoscope that allows the surgeon to see through the small incision performed at the back of the nasal septum. From there, the tools will be passed through the nose and open the butterfly sinuses to reach the saddle gland and peel off the tumor. However, the effectiveness of this technique will depend on the location of the tumor and the shape of the butterfly sinuses.
In general, the way of endoscopy has many advantages. The most striking is that no part of the brain is touched during surgery. Therefore, the likelihood of causing brain damage is very low or not even occurs. Besides, this method has fewer side effects and also does not cause obvious scars. However, laparoscopic surgery can take longer and it will be difficult to remove large tumors.
2.2. Surgery for mesathial gland tumor through open skull cap
For larger or more complex saddle gland tumors, patients can only intervene with cranial open surgery. In this method, the surgeon will proceed through a hole in the front of the skull, deviating to the side. The surgeon must work carefully underneath and between the brain lobes to reach the tumor.
Surgery on the facial cranial area is at higher risk of brain injury and prone to other complications than laparoscopic surgery for minor lesions. However, this is actually safer for large and complex tumors. The reason is because the surgeon can better see and access the tumor as well as nearby nerves and blood vessels.
3. Plan a saddle tumour surgical intervention
Whether laparoscopic surgery through the butterfly sinuses or through the opening of the cranial cap, all cases are planned by the doctor to intervene surgically using instructions through imaging simulations with resymables or cranial computer scans.
In other words, in order for the surgical efficiency to be optimal, the surgeon needs to find out as much information about the tumor as possible. It is important to know how large the tumor is and whether it spreads beyond the saddle gland to plan which surgical method is best and how to get the tumor out.
Even in rare cases, both types of surgery are used at the same time for the goal of trying to completely remove large mealine tumors that have spread into neighboring tissues.
However, as a general rule, the smaller the meathetic tumor, the easier it will be to treat it surgically. For larger and more invasive tumors, the likelihood of being cured with mere surgery will become limited. At the same time, complications of saddle surgery during both intervention and post-surgery also tend to be higher for large and invasive tumors.
4. Complications that may be encountered during surgery for a meaperoma
Surgery on the saddle gland is a highly invasive intervention and requires surgeons to be very careful to try to limit any unfavorable problems that occur during or after surgery. Complications of restathetic surgery during or after surgery such as bleeding, infection or reaction to anesthesia are rare but they can still occur.
Most people who have had laparoscopic laparoscopic surgery to remove a meaperoma are more likely to have sinus headaches and congestion in the sinus nasal area for up to a week or two after surgery.
If surgery causes damage to large arteries, nearby brain skin or nerves near the tranquil gland, these interventions can lead to brain damage, stroke or vision complications. However, the incidence of complications of this type of saddle surgery is quite rare.
When doctors use laparoscopic methods to reach the pital glands through butterfly sinuses, an artificial tunnel is created temporarily between the nasal sinuses, airways and brain meen. Therefore, until the wound heals, the patient faces a very susceptible risk of meningitis, encephalitis or infection of the central nervous system in general. At this time, the manifestation of meningeal lesions is the leakage of the cerebral fluid out of the nose. The risk of this event is depending on the size and type of meathline tumor that has been intervened.
Diabetes mellitus is also one of the complications of saddle surgery. However, this complications occur only immediately after surgery and it usually resides within a few weeks that will then improve.
Complications that cause damage to the remaining part of the melanoma of the sysath gland after a tumor-taking intervention can lead to other symptoms due to a lack of the sysath gland hormone. This will be rare after surgery for small-sized tumors but it can be urbroes that can be inevitable when treating larger meathline tumors. At this time, if the concentration of the sitthal hormone drops low after surgery, the patient can be treated with drugs that are essentially artificially synthetic sit still gland hormones to replace some enderthal hormones.
As such, patients will always be closely monitored and blood tests will also be checked regularly when the body is able to adjust the levels of the rest hormone to normal. If the condition does not improve almost initially, the person may need to be prescribed nasal spray treatment with desmopressin. In addition, if vitamin or mineral levels change, patients may need to supplement their synthetic products temporarily for a short time. For example, blood potassium levels often decrease, so patients may need to replenish potassium with an isthal solution intravenously immediately after surgery.
As such, complications occur very rarely after surgery for a meathetic gland tumor. However, when these complications occur, they often have severity. Patients should consult with the surgeon about what should be monitored in the post-surgery period, need an early re-examination when an abnormality occurs for timely intervention as well as plans for later addition of the extra-easterly gland hormone.
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