Explanation Of Diagnoses And Actions?
Hello Arissaputro, thanks for asking.
In the medical world, the term abbreviation is widely used. Abbreviations can be used to mention diagnoses, pharmacological therapies, non-pharmacological therapies, and actions. Often the diagnosis of a disease or type of action has an internationally agreed abbreviation. But you need to know that sometimes each doctor has a specific abbreviation. Usually doctors use these special abbreviations for convenience, so practical when explaining to patients and their families.
It is rather difficult for us to know the diagnosis and the type of surgery you are referring to, without a description of the symptoms of the disease. Sometimes also, patients hear wrong or incorrectly remember the terms mentioned by their doctors, so that no precise explanation is found. You might be able to add information about the signs and symptoms of the disease, as well as an outline of the planned operating procedure. With this additional information, hopefully we can help provide an explanation.