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Varicose veins are swollen, twisted, and enlarged veins that can appear anywhere in the body but often develop on the legs and feet. The Varicosed veins rarely need treatment for health reasons, but if aching, swelling, and painful legs result, treatment is available if there is considerable discomfort.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a group of chronic inflammatory progressive lung diseases that causes obstructed airflow from the lungs. The most common conditions of COPD diseases are Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis. These two conditions commonly occur together and can vary in severity among individuals with COPD.
Psoriatic Arthritis (PsA) is a disease that combines the sore, swollen joints of Arthritis with Psoriasis. It is a form of Arthritis that affects some people with Psoriasis (a condition that highlights red patches of skin coated with silvery scales). There is no permanent cure for Psoriatic Arthritis, so the main focus is on controlling symptoms and preventing damage to the joints.
Osteoporosis is a kind of bone disease, which mainly occurs when the creation of new bone does not keep up with the loss of old bone or the body loses too much bone or makes too little bone. The hips, spine, ribs, and wrists are common areas where bone fractures from Osteoporosis occur, although fractures related to Osteoporosis can occur in any skeletal bone.
Osteoarthritis is the most common and chronic (long-lasting) form of Arthritis that occurs when the protecting cartilage that cushions the ends of the bones breaks down, causing the bones within the joint to rub together. Symptoms of Osteoarthritis can include pain and stiffness and can usually be managed, but the damage that occurred to joints cannot be reversed.
Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis is also known as Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. It is the most common type of Arthritis in kids and teens (children under the age of 16). Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis can cause swelling, persistent Joint Pain, inflammation in the hands, knees, ankles, elbows, wrists, and Stiffness.
Gout is a complex and common form of Arthritis that can affect anyone. An attack of Gout can occur suddenly, often waking a patient up in the middle of the night with the sensation that the big toe is on fire. Symptoms of Gout may come and go, but there are ways to manage symptoms and prevent flares.
Bursitis is the painful swelling of a minor, fluid-filled Sac called a Bursa. It is an inflammation or irritation of the Bursa Sac. It is usually caused by using a joint too much or repeated pressure on an area caused by performing high-risk activities, such as gardening, raking, carpentry, shovelling, painting, scrubbing, tennis, golf, skiing, and throwing.
Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) is a type of arthritis that causes pain and stiffness in the Spine. It is also known as Bechterew disease, which usually starts in the lower back. It is an inflammatory disease that, over time, can cause some of the small bones in the spine (vertebrae) to fuse.
Medical oncology is a modality of treatment in cancer care, which uses Chemotherapy, Immunotherapy, Hormonal therapy, and Targeted therapy to treat cancer in an effective manner.
Medical oncology usually works in conjunction with radiation oncology and surgical oncology to give the best clinical outcomes.
Tonsillectomy is a surgical procedure to remove tonsils. Tonsils are two small glands located in the back of the throat (one tonsil on each side). Tonsils house white blood cells, which helps to fight infection, but sometimes the tonsils themselves become infected (tonsillitis). Tonsillitis is an infection of the tonsils that can make the tonsils swell and give a sore throat.
Sinuses are the series of cavities around the nasal passages behind the nose, forehead, and eyes.
Sinus surgery is a procedure that aims to open the pathways of the sinuses and clear blockages.
Sinus surgery is the option for people with ongoing and recurrent Sinus infection, Abnormal sinus structure, Abnormal growth in the sinus, Inflammation in the nasal passage and sinuses.
A Cochlear implant is an electronic device that electrically stimulates the cochlear nerve (nerve for hearing). A cochlear implant can be an option for people who have severe hearing loss from inner-ear damage, who are no longer helped by using hearing aids. Cochlear implants can improve their communication (understand speech or spoken language) and quality of life.
Adenoidectomy is a surgical procedure to remove adenoid glands. Adenoids are the glands located in the roof of the mouth, behind the soft palate where the nose connects to the throat. They produce antibodies, or white blood cells, that help to fight infection.
Frequent throat infections can cause the adenoids to enlarge. Enlarged adenoids can obstruct breathing and block the Eustachian tubes, which connect the middle ear to the back of the nose.
Myomectomy is also known as Fibroidectomy, is the surgical removal of uterine fibroids (uterine leiomyomas) from the uterus.
Fibroids are non-cancerous growths, appear in the uterus.
The main goal to perform Myomectomy is to take out symptoms causing Fibroids and reconstruct the uterus.
A hernia occurs when there is a hole in the muscles of the abdominal wall, allowing a loop of intestine or abdominal tissue to push through the muscle layer. A ventral hernia is a hernia that occurs at any location along the midline (vertical center) of the abdomen wall.
Thyroidectomy is a surgical procedure to remove all or a part of the thyroid gland.
Thyroidectomy is a procedure performed to treat thyroid disorders, such as thyroid cancer, a non-cancerous enlargement of the thyroid (goiter), an overactive thyroid gland (hyperthyroidism), or multi-nodular goiter
Lobectomy is a surgical procedure where an entire lobe of the lung is removed due to various reasons, such as lung cancer diagnosis, infection, COPD, or benign tumors.
The procedure includes either minimally invasive surgery (a few small incision) or thoracotomy (one longer incision) on the side of the chest based on the particular diagnosis.