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11 months ago

Kidney transplant:...

Kidneys are a pair of bean-shaped organs situated on the posterior part of the abdominal cavity. The kidneys regulate water and electrolyte balance in the blood. The waste is excreted out as urine after the filtration of blood in the kidney. Kidney transplant or renal transplant is a procedure that is performed at end-stage kidney Read More

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11 months ago

Skin transplant:...

A skin transplant or skin graft is a type of graft surgery that involves the transplant of skin and the tissues that are transplanted are called a skin graft. The skin graft is usually done in cases of severe injury when body tissues are injured. Skin transplant  is often used in the following conditions: In Read More

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10 months ago

Migraine:...

Migraine is a familiar disorder often marked by periodic, unusual unilateral pulsating headaches which usually begins in childhood or early adult life and it tends to recur with diminishing frequency in later life. It is also known as hemicrania which means half skull as it affects half of the skull.   Know more about- Migraine Read More

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10 months ago

Jeavons Syndrome:...

Jeavons syndrome or Eyelid myoclonia with absences (EMA), is a rare form of epilepsy that mostly occurs in children of 2 to 14 years and becomes their lifelong companion. Doctors misinterpret this with childhood absence seizures as the blank space staring effect of both are the same. The difference is that in EMA this effect lasts for Read More

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10 months ago

Types of Skin

A skin transplant or skin graft is a type of graft surgery that involves the transplant of skin and the tissues that are transplanted are called a skin graft. The skin graft is usually done in cases of severe injury when body tissues are injured. Skin transplant  is often used in the following conditions: In Read More

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10 months ago

Micro-Vascular...

Micro-vascular surgeries are useful in reattaching severed body parts such as finger, hands, or arms by connecting the small blood vessels again and to make sure that the blood circulation is properly restored in the severed part as soon as possible to prevent the death of tissue due to lack of blood supply. Know more Read More

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10 months ago

Brain Tumour Risk...

A brain tumor is an inappropriate term used for any intracranial mass which could either be neoplastic, cystic, inflammatory, or syphilitic. These tumors are either benign or non-cancerous, or it is malignant or cancerous. There are different types of tumors depending on their site of growth and nature. The treatment and symptoms also depend on Read More

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10 months ago

Brain Trauma...

Trauma to the brain can happen by a violent blow to the head or the body. Anything from outside which penetrates inside the skull also causes trauma. The traumatic injury can either be mild which means that the effects of the injury will only be for a small time and is temporary.   Know more Read More

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