Manipulación visceral abdominal previene y reduce las adherencias peritoneales

Abdominal visceral manipulation prevents and reduces peritoneal adhesions
The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association    Share
One of the major complications of abdominal surgery is abdominal adhesions, which can negatively impact a patient’s quality of life. Unfortunately, the only intervention currently available is further abdominal surgery — adhesiolysis. Diamond et al noted, «Adhesions are a major healthcare burden, and their reduction is a significant unmet need in surgical therapeutics.» Additionally, there are limited options for preventing adhesion formation, and none are consistently reliable. However, one relatively unexplored option is visceral manual manipulation. More

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