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Valvuloplasty Surgery in India at Mumbai and Delhi at Low Cost.

19th January 2012
Valvuloplasty in India What is Valvuloplasty ? Valvuloplasty is performed, in certain circumstances, to open a stenotic (stiff) heart valve. In valvuloplasty, a very small, narrow, hollow tube, or catheter, is advanced from a blood vessel in the... Read >
Author: pankaj Nagpal

Cyberknife treatment for Glioblastoma multiforme (GVM)

24th November 2010
Among the types of brain tumors, Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is the most common and the most aggressive. It develops from glial cells, the supportive cells of the brain. Examples of these cells are astrocytes, ependymal and oligodendroglial cells. Gliob... Read >
Author: ColoradoCyberknife

Knowing the Different Pulsatile Tinnitus Symptoms

19th August 2010
Experiencing pulsatile tinnitus symptoms may mean that you are suffering from pulsatile tinnitus and that you have to consult with your doctor or healthcare provider as soon as possible. This is not because of the pulsatile tinnitus condition itself but b... Read >
Author: BarbaraThomson1959

Yoga Citta Vritti Nirodhah

01st July 2010
Yoga Citta Vritti Nirodhah Yoga citta vritti nirodhah essentially means to end all disturbances of the mind; to quiet the mind and stop the constant fluctuation of thoughts in the mind. Nothing is quite as satisfying as a strong physical yoga practi... Read >
Author: Gold Coast Accounting, P.A.

The Healing Powers of Electromagnetic Fields & Magnets in the Body

15th June 2009
There are various ways in which an electromagnetic field can be seen. Case in point, static magnetic fields become active when medical instruments like magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and X-rays are being used. In ultra-violet ray form, electromagnetic r... Read >
Author: Cameron

Information on Ledderhose Disease

26th September 2008
Ledderhoses Disease also called morbus ledderhose, plantar fibromatosis and plantar aponeurosis. Ledderhoses Disease is a relatively uncommon non-malignant thickening of the feets deep connective tissue, or fascia. The nodules are typically sluggish growi... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Kidney Cysts - Information on Kidney Cysts

23rd June 2008
A cyst is a closed pocket or pouch of tissue that can form anywhere in the body. Cysts can be filled with air or fluid. Cysts that form on the kidneys usually contain fluid. One or more cysts may develop on small tubes in the kidneys. The simple kidney cy... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Mastoiditis – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

02nd April 2008
Mastoiditis is an infection of the spaces within the mastoid bone. It is almost always associated with otitis media, an infection of the middle ear. In the most serious cases, the bone itself becomes infected. It may spread into small cavities in the bone... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Gadolinium MRI

18th June 2007
Gadolinium MRI and risk factors for the debilitating disease nephrogenic systemic fibrosis (NSF) are currently being investigated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). An MRI with gadolinium is a type of MRI that uses a contrast agent with special ma... Read >
Author: Steve Fields
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