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Easy Non-Invasive Steps To Bone Spur Relief

30th January 2012
As our bodies age, regrettably there are particular factors we certainly have certainly no power over. Have you ever experienced typically the disagreeable sensation of a bone spur, if so what happens I mean. You really are unable to control it! It's ... Read >
Author: William Smithson

The Disease Called Jaw Bone Infection

20th June 2011
There are a lot of dental diseases that we may encounter if we neglect to have a good oral hygiene. One of these horrible diseases is the jaw bone infection. This disease is normally caused by the bacteria called ‘staphylococcus aureus’ that usually attac... Read >
Author: FredCollinsworth

What Causes Clubfoot And How Can It Be Treated?

17th May 2011
Clubfoot is a type of birth defect that causes the leg to look short in appearance, the heel to point downward, and the forefoot, or front half of the foot, to turn inward. Thus taking on the shape similar to a golf club. In adults, children, and infants ... Read >
Author: Dr.Khosroabady

Cauda Equina Syndrome and Medical Negligence

23rd March 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Julie Glynn Cauda Equina Syndrome is a relatively rare condition. There are only about 100 new cases of this syndrome annually in England but it is estimated that at least 10% of these are mismanaged and involve litigation against th... Read >
Author: Julie Glynn

What Is A Perforated Bowel

15th March 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Julie Glynn If you or a loved one has suffered a perforated bowel, it probably came as quite a shock and you may have a number of questions, such as what is a perforated bowel and why did it happen? This article explores these questi... Read >
Author: Julie Glynn

Cyberknife Treatment for Meningioma: A Thing You Need to Know if You are Looking for a Cancer Treatm

24th November 2010
There are many kinds of tumors and you would not want to have any of them. However, it would be better if you are knowledgeable about them. One of the most common tumors is the meningioma. It is one of the most common tumors in the area of the central ner... Read >
Author: ColoradoCyberknife

ICD-9 2010 brings more options for brain injury coding

16th March 2010
CT scan: Subdural haemorrhage caused by trauma The latest edition of ICD-9 coding changes went into effect from Oct. 1, last year; As such, you need to adjust your system to reflect some new diagnosis codes for special neurological screenings to ensure ... Read >
Author: Leigh

Dermoid Cysts: Natural Treatment Methods Work Well For This Type Of Ovarian Cyst

25th February 2010
What Are Dermoid Cysts? Ovarian cysts are not an uncommon occurrence in women of childbearing age. Ovarian dermoid cysts are complex cysts that usually develop during a woman's childbearing years. There are two basic types of ovarian cysts, functional ... Read >
Author: Karen Marie Kalata

Laparoscopic Liver Biopsy India Cost All Inclusive Medical Packages

18th November 2009
Liver Biopsy in IndiaLiver Biopsy OverviewA liver biopsy is a procedure whereby small pieces of liver tissue are removed in order to be sent to a laboratory for examination. It is very helpful in the diagnosis of diseases that affect the liver. There are ... Read >
Author: WeCareIndia

Diagnosing Chronic Bronchitis

20th January 2009
The process of diagnosing chronic bronchitis can become particularly difficult, owing to the fact that this condition has symptoms similar to different diseases such as emphysema and pneumonia. During the preliminary medical check-up a competent physician... Read >
Author: Amy S. Cheung

Are CT Heart Scans the Best Way to Detect Clogged Arteries?

15th December 2008
There is much debate in the medical field whether a CT heart scan is indeed the best way to detect coronary blockages. Some researches say that it is typically the least complicated way, although its accuracy cannot yet replace the gold standard for findi... Read >
Author: Apexcardiology

Symptoms of a Sinus Infection

30th November 2008
We have four sinus cavities in our heads. A large amount of pain and pressure can be caused by inflammation or infection. Sinusitis is another way of saying sinus infection. Sinusitis is caused by a sinus cavity that is inflamed, is infected or is full of... Read >
Author: Allergy Anne

Radiology and Obesity

30th October 2008
As obesity continues to rise among Americans, one of the "weighty" issues facing the radiology community is how to ensure that overweight patients receive quality medical imaging. Imaging and treating obese patients has become a priority for radiologists ... Read >
Author: AC Teeple

Mastoiditis Treatment - How to Manage Chronic Mastoiditis

25th March 2008
Mastoiditis is an inflammation or infection of the mastoid bone, which is a portion of the temporal bone. The mastoid consists of air cells that drain the middle ear. Mastoiditis occurs equally in males and females. Mastoiditis most commonly affects child... Read >
Author: Alien
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