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For a long and healthy life,it is necessary for our liver to functionproperly. Liver, the biggest organ of our body performs multiple functions like producingthe protein that is necessary for blood clotting,cleansing the blood of chemicals and bacteria, fighting off infection, producing bile which helps to break down fats and stores glucose and release it when necessary.
Consistently around 20000-30000 individuals require a…Continue
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Paediatric Orthopaedics is the study and treatment of growing bones, joints and muscles. Children have different needs than adults. They often require orthopedic care administered by experts who are specially trained in the care of children. That care is best provided in a facility designed exclusively for children. Paediatric orthopaedics includes surgical and non-surgical treatments for a wide variety of conditions, from those present at birth, to those that…
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A liver transplant is an operation that replaces a affected person's diseased liver with a whole or partial healthy liver from any other individual. A liver transplant is an operation that replaces a patient's diseased liver with a whole or partial healthy liver from another…
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Medical expert in medicine, health and well-being - Paris -
To say that diabetes has no effect on everyday life is wrong.
The disease of diabetes must not scare us and it can not prevent us from living serenely or prevent us from taking on any professional…Continue
Added by Salim Djelouat on November 15, 2017 at 8:51pm — No Comments
Contraception is especially important to prevent an unwanted pregnancy that would occur in a context of diabetes imbalance.
Contraception should be approached systematically in a diabetic woman to allow the choice of an effective and well tolerated…
Added by Salim Djelouat on November 14, 2017 at 9:02pm — No Comments
In type 1 diabetes, for example, women are 5-8% lower in density than other non-diabetic women.
This loss of bone density may be a cause of development of osteoporosis that can occur…Continue
Added by Salim Djelouat on November 14, 2017 at 12:10pm — No Comments
Mouth cancer often refers to the cancer that is seen getting developed in body parts like mouth, neck of other body parts. It can be even seen hampering the lips, tongue, roof of the mouth, gums, inner lining over the cheeks and the floor of the mouth. So, before we talk about the cost of oral cancer treatment in India. The mouth cancer is also called as the oral cancer or oral cavity cancer. As per the American Society of Clinical…Continue
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Pr. Salim Djelouat
Pr. en analyses médicales et Bioclinicien
Expert médicale certifié en médecine, santé et bien-être – Paris –
I – RAPPEL ÉPIDÉMIOLOGIQUE
II – EXPOSÉ DES FAITS
III – COMMENT LE DIABÈTE…Continue
Added by Salim Djelouat on November 13, 2017 at 5:11pm — No Comments
Before you undergo a breast augmentation surgery, there are a few important things that need to be done before, during and after your breast surgery which can reduce or eliminate any complications. It is important to discuss these with your breast surgeon to achieve the best results.
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One of the most unwanted conditions that men can suffer from is the problem of gynecomastia. This is most definitely one of the worst things that they may have to go through no matter what.
Men who are suffering from this problem will have to have an enlarged formation on their chest that can be safely termed as breasts. This is something that they…Continue
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