by Internet Medical Society
What is Neurosurgery?
Neurosurgery is also known as neurological surgery and is concerned with the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation for disorders that affect a person’s nervous system including the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves and the cerebro-vascular system.
What are the different variations in Neurosurgery?
A general neurosurgery includes common…Continue
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The liver is among the vital organs of human body. If it fails due to any reason, it would be difficult for the patient to survive. The liver acts to some of the most critical functions of the body, which include drugs & toxins metabolism along with flushing out the degradation products of the normal…Continue
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Save And Enjoy Low Cost Benefits For Dental Implant Surgery In India With Indianmedtrip
Dental implants are used for the replacement of the original tooth roots. Implants provide a strong basis for fixed or removable replacement of teeth that are designed to match your natural teeth. Dental implants have proved to be an excellent and effective long-term option to replace broken or missing teeth. These implants are artificial ‘roots’, which are usually made of titanium, are…Continue
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Appendectomies are appendectomies, right? As long as you have trained professionals operating in a safe environment, it shouldn’t matter when your patients go under the knife. Except that sometimes, it does. A number of researchers suggest if your patients are having surgery, or coming into the ER with a heart attack on the weekend, they are more likely to suffer negative outcomes, including death. Evidence points to a concerning “weekend effect” at hospitals: a small but meaningful…Continue
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Epilepsy Surgery (both pediatric and adults)
At least 20% of epilepsy cases remain intractable even with the best medication treatment that in addition often lead to very disturbing side effects. The consequences of this include: denied driving license, social isolation, job loss and, more importantly, real life threatening situations due to the injuries produced by the patient’s seizures.…Continue
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