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China - Plastic Surgery & Integumentary System Procedures Volumes 2015

China - Plastic Surgery & Integumentary System Procedures Volumes 2015

China Plastic Surgery & Integumentary System Procedures Volumes 2015 is a report adaptation of Quomeda's most recent Surgical Procedures Volumes Database and includes procedure numbers available as a dataset and coded into a unique ICD-9/ICD-10 nomenclature. This report focuses on Plastic surgery & Operations on the Integumentary system and contains procedures taken from the larger China Surgical Procedure Volumes 2015 also available for sale. In addition to regular volumes, Quomeda also provides in this report information on the number of out-of-hospital procedures, the minimal invasive procedures ratio, the age groups and general trends (historical and forecast up to 2018).

More about the Surgical Procedure Database:
This complete surgical procedure database quantifies current primary and secondary procedures performed yearly. In addition to the volumes of the current year, this database also contains historical and forecast volumes, age groups, minimal invasive ratio and the out-of-hospital ratio of each procedure. The database is an essential tool to better capture the size, the trends and the potential of the market and the 1500+ procedures listed makes it the most complete data set available on the market. The Surgical Procedure Volumes database is a complete set of surgical & diagnostic procedures catalogued under the international ICD-9/ICD-10 nomenclature.


1. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery with Integumentary System Procedures Volumes
1.1. Operations on the breast
1.1.1. Mastotomy
1.1.2. Breast biopsy
1.1.3. Resection of quadrant of breast
1.1.4. Breast reduction
1.1.5. Mastectomy
1.1.5.1. Subcutaneous mastectomy
1.1.5.2. Simple mastectomy
1.1.5.3. Radical mastectomy
1.1.5.4. Modified radical mastectomy
1.1.6. Augmentation mammoplasty
1.1.7. Bilateral reduction mammoplasty
1.1.8. Unilateral subcutaneous mammectomy with synchronous implant
1.1.9. Total mastectomy
1.1.10. Subcutaneous mastectomy
1.1.11. Bilateral subcutaneous mammectomy with synchronous implant
1.1.12. Reconstruction of breast with skin and muscle transplantation (TRAM-flap, VRAM-flap, DIEP-flap)
1.1.13. Breast augmentation with implants
1.1.14. Mastopexy
1.1.15. Excision or destruction of breast tissue
1.1.15.1. Lumpectomy
1.1.15.2. Excision of ectopic breast tissue
1.1.15.3. Excision of nipple
1.1.16. Revision of implant of breast
1.1.17. Removal breast implant
1.1.18. Removal breast tumour
1.1.19. Removal of breast tissue expander
1.1.20. Operations on duct of breast
1.1.21. Prosthesis of breast
1.1.22. Injection of therapeutic agent into breast
1.1.23. Aspiration of breast
1.1.24. Transposition of nipple
1.1.25. Muscle flap graft to breast
1.1.26. Pedicle graft to breast
1.1.27. Suture of laceration of breast
1.1.28. Split-thickness graft to breast
1.1.29. Full-thickness graft to breast
1.2. Operations on skin and subcutaneous tissue
1.2.1. Incision of skin and subcutaneous tissue
1.2.1.1. Aspiration of skin and subcutaneous tissue
1.2.1.2. Injection or tattooing of skin lesion or defect
1.2.1.3. Incision of pilonidal sinus or cyst
1.2.1.4. Other incision with drainage of skin and subcutaneous tissue
1.2.1.5. Incision with removal of foreign body or device from skin and subcutaneous tissue
1.2.1.6. Insertion of totally implantable infusion pump
1.2.1.7. Insertion of totally implantable vascular access device [VAD]
1.2.1.8. Other incision of skin and subcutaneous tissue
1.2.2. Insertion of totally implantable infusion pump
1.2.3. Closed biopsy of skin and subcutaneous tissue
1.2.4. Excision or destruction of lesion or tissue of skin and subcutaneous tissue
1.2.4.1. Excision of skin lesion
1.2.4.2. Excision of pilonidal cyst or sinus
1.2.4.3. Removal of nail, nail bed, or nail fold
1.2.4.4. Excisional debridement of wound, infection, or burn
1.2.4.5. Chemosurgery of skin (Chemical peel of skin)
1.2.4.6. Dermabrasion
1.2.4.7. Ligation of dermal appendage
1.2.4.8. Debridement of nail, nail bed, or nail fold
1.2.4.9. Nonexcisional debridement of wound, infection or burn
1.2.5. Suture of skin and subcutaneous tissue
1.2.6. Replantation of scalp
1.2.7. Free skin graft
1.2.7.1. Heterograft to skin
1.2.7.2. Full-thickness skin graft to hand
1.2.7.3. Other skin graft to hand
1.2.7.4. Full-thickness skin graft to other sites
1.2.7.5. Hair transplant
1.2.7.6. Heterograft to skin
1.2.7.7. Homograft to skin
1.2.7.8. Dermal regenerative graft
1.2.8. Pedicle grafts or flaps
1.2.8.1. Cutting & preparation of pedicle grafts or flaps
1.2.8.2. Advancement of pedicle graft
1.2.8.3. Attachment of pedicle or flap graft to hand
1.2.8.4. Attachment of pedicle or flap graft to other sites
1.2.8.5. Revision of pedicle or flap graft
1.2.9. Facial rhytidectomy (Face lift)
1.2.10. Abdominoplasty
1.2.11. Scar Revision” or “relaxation of scar/web contracture
1.2.12. Other operations on skin and subcutaneous tissue
1.2.13. Excision of skin graft
1.2.14. Repair for facial weakness
1.2.15. Size reduction plastic operation (Liposuction)
1.2.16. Correction of syndactyly
1.2.17. Onychoplasty
1.2.18. Electrolysis & other epilation of skin
1.2.19. Insertion of tissue expander
1.2.20. Insertion or replacement of dual array neurostimulator pulse generator
1.2.21. Insertion or replacement of single array rechargeable neurostimulator
1.2.22. Insertion or replacement of dual array rechargeable neurostimulator pulse generator
1.2.23. Belt lipectomy
1.2.24. Gynecomastia
1.2.25. Forehead Lift
1.2.26. Gluteoplasty (Augmentation)
1.2.27. Gluteoplasty (lift)
1.3. Operations on eyelids
1.3.1. Incision of eyelid
1.3.1.1. Incision of lid margin
1.3.1.2. Severing of blepharorrhaphy
1.3.1.3. Other incision of eyelid
1.3.2. Repair of blepharoptosis and lid retraction
1.3.2.1. Repair of blepharoptosis by frontalis muscle technique with suture
1.3.2.2. Repair of blepharoptosis by frontalis muscle technique with fascial sling
1.3.2.3. Repair of blepharoptosis by resection or advancement of levator muscle or aponeurosis
1.3.2.4. Repair of blepharoptosis by other levator muscle techniques
1.3.2.5. Repair of blepharoptosis by tarsal technique
1.3.2.6. Repair of blepharoptosis by other techniques
1.3.2.7. Correction of lid retraction
1.3.3. Repair of entropion or ectropion
1.3.3.1. Repair of entropion or ectropion by thermocauterization
1.3.3.2. Repair of entropion or ectropion by suture technique
1.3.3.3. Repair of entropion or ectropion with wedge resection
1.3.3.4. Repair of entropion or ectropion with lid reconstruction
1.3.3.5. Other repair of entropion or ectropion
1.3.4. Reconstruction of eyelid with flaps or grafts
1.3.4.1. Reconstruction of eyelid with skin flap or graft
1.3.4.2. Reconstruction of eyelid with mucous membrane flap or graft
1.3.4.3. Reconstruction of eyelid with hair follicle graft
1.3.4.4. Reconstruction of eyelid with tarsoconjunctival flap
1.3.4.5. Other reconstruction of eyelid with flaps or grafts
1.3.5. Lower eyelid rhytidectomy
1.3.6. Upper eyelid rhytidectomy
1.4. Reconstructive operations on middle ear
1.4.1. Otoscopy
1.4.2. Otoplasty
1.4.3. Stapedectomy
1.4.3.1. Stapedectomy with incus replacement
1.4.3.2. Other stapedectomy
1.4.4. Myringoplasty
1.4.4.1. Myringotomy with insertion of tube
1.4.4.2. Other myringotomy
1.4.5. Tympanoplasty
1.4.5.1. Type II tympanoplasty
1.4.5.2. Type III tympanoplasty
1.4.5.3. Type IV tympanoplasty
1.4.5.4. Type V tympanoplasty
1.4.5.5. Revision of Tympanoplasty
1.4.6. Removal of tympanostomy tube
1.4.7. Myringotomy
1.4.7.1. Myringotomy with insertion of tube
1.4.7.2. Other myringotomy
1.5. Operations on nose
1.5.1. Repair and plastic operations on the nose
1.5.1.1. Total nasal reconstruction
1.5.1.2. Rhinoplasty
1.5.1.2.1. Revision rhinoplasty
1.5.1.2.2. Augmentation rhinoplasty
1.5.1.2.3. Limited rhinoplasty
1.6. Removal and restoration of teeth
1.6.1. Prosthetic dental implant
1.7. Other operations on teeth, gums, and alveoli
1.7.1. Gingivoplasty
1.8. Other operations on mouth and face
1.8.1. Correction of cleft palate
1.8.2. Revision of cleft palate repair
1.8.3. Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP)

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