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Umbilical Hernia

13th December 2011
For a time very early in the pregnancy, your baby's intestines were so large they couldn't fit inside his abdomen. Where did they go? They went out for a while—through the opening of the navel. There they stayed until the abdominal cavity grew large enoug... Read >
Author: Rashid Javed

Looking For Chocolate Cyst Treatment? This Natural Cure Could Really Help

29th September 2011
Lots of individuals may be asking 'what is a chocolate cyst'? I had never heard about it until I worked with a girl who suffered the most terrible period pains ever and would at times almost faint with pain. Unluckily by the time she was diagnosed, her cy... Read >
Author: Leanne Kyle

Hernia Surgery in Bangalore

27th April 2011
Causes of hernia If you have discovered a small protrusion on your abdomen, or elsewhere, there's likelihood that you have a hernia, and need hernia surgery in Bangalore. There are several causes for a hernia to occur: obesity heavy lifting co... Read >
Author: Nidhi Raghavendra

Hiatal Hernia Srangulated Symptoms

11th March 2011
A hernia is a typical medical dilemma that people will have. This can be a small bulge which is created when intestines and other contents in the abdominal cavity are falling into another region through a weakened muscle or tissue inside the abdominal cav... Read >
Author: nlwest21

Hernia Causes and Treatment of Hernia with Natural Home Remedies

17th November 2010
A hernia occurs when the contents of a body cavity bulge out of the area where they are normally contained. These contents, usually portions of intestine or abdominal fatty tissue, are enclosed in the thin membrane that naturally lines the inside of the c... Read >
Author: Dr.Steve Buchar

Hernia Causes and Symptoms and Types Home Remedies for Hernia Treatment

11th November 2010
Hiatus Hernia can be defined as displacement of a portion of the stomach through the opening in the diaphragm through which the oesophagus passes from the chest to the abdominal cavity. What are the types of hiatus hernia ? There are 2 main types of... Read >
Author: Dr.Steve Buchar

Global Market for liver disease treatments to be worth $9.7 Billion In 2014

04th August 2010
The reddish-brown organ, liver is the largest glandular organ of the body, weighing about 1.36 kg. It has four unequal sized lobes lying on the right side of the abdominal cavity beneath the diaphragm and on top of the stomach, right kidney and intestine.... Read >
Author: BCC Research

Identifying Different Kinds of Hernias

17th May 2010
Hernias can be painful or painless and - in some cases - dangerous. For these reasons, it is important to learn about the different types of hernias and why you should consider hernia surgery should one occur. A hernia happens when part of the body cavit... Read >
Author: David

Kidney Surgery in Kolkata- Best Services At Affordable Price

05th March 2010
The kidney surgery is commonly seen in global patients. According to the medical study analysis of India, there is a rise in approximately10% of the figures of kidney surgery in 2009 than the previous year. There are various causes of kidney surgery. Of w... Read >
Author: Article Manager

Ascites- What Is Ascites and How It treated

02nd February 2010
Ascites is the abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdomen, around the intestines and other abdominal organs, contains varying quantities of cells, bacteria, proteins and other substances. What is it? The vast majority of cases of ascites seen in ... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

10 Ways to Treat Endometriosis Naturally

09th December 2009
What is endometriosis? Endometriosis is a painful condition in which endometrial tissue, which lines the uterus, can appear in the pelvic cavity and elsewhere in the body where it doesn't belong. Endometriosis is one of the most frequent diseases in gy... Read >
Author: jerysmit

Chocolate Cyst – Natural Treatments To Avoid Surgery

16th November 2009
Many people will be asking what is a chocolate cyst. I had never heard of one until I worked with a girl who suffered the most terrible period pains ever and would sometimes almost faint with the pain. Unfortunately by the time she was diagnosed, her cy... Read >
Author: Lucy Stone

Symptoms of Ovarian Cysts-Complications of a Ruptured Ovarian Cyst

22nd September 2009
Many women have cysts that never bother them and don't require medical treatment but a ruptured ovarian cyst is a serious and possibly life threatening situation. An ovarian cyst of itself if not an issue, it is the fairly common consequence of an egg not... Read >
Author: kater

U.S. Laparoscopic Devices Market Expected to Touch $2.8 billion by the End of 2009

03rd February 2009
According to a recent report by Marketstrat Inc. the US market for Laparoscopy devices is expected to reach $2.8 billion by the end of 2009, growing at a rate of 8.9 percent per year during the 2007-2015 period. Laparoscopy is endoscopy performed on o... Read >
Author: P J Submitter

Endometriosis and its Risks for Kidney

31st December 2008
Endometriosis is a common and frequently frustrating gynecologic state that may bring about several worrying symptoms. Though the exact frequency is uncertain, a number of experts consider that between 3% and 10% of women suffer this state. Dr. John Sa... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia
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