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What is an ENT surgeon?

What is an ENT surgeon?

First of all, what does ENT mean? ENT means “ear, nose and throat” so ENT surgeons are specialists in the field of ear, nose and throat related problems. ENT specialists are also known as “otolaryngologists”. It is one of the oldest medical specialties. ENT surgeons can treat many different conditions, such as hearing and balance, head or neck cancer or even facial plastic surgery.

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What to Know About Medical Treatment Guidelines

What to Know About Medical Treatment Guidelines

Medical Treatment Guidelines, which are also known as Medical Practice Guidelines or Clinical Practice Guidelines, are founded on sound scientific evidence after rigorous consultation with specialist physicians and medical advisers. To ensure quality medical treatment, guidelines are followed. Just like in medical practice, other things such as advertising needs guidelines. If you want to know more about the need to follow the AHPRA guidelines, click on the link.

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Learn about diabetes insipidus treatment

Learn about diabetes insipidus treatment

Diabetes insipidus is a rare condition where your body loses excessive amounts of fluids through urination resulting in dehydration and other illness. It’s a condition that simply affects the regulation of fluid levels in your body. Diabetes insipidus takes two forms, neurogenic diabetes insipidus, and nephrogenic

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What are the Uses of Aspirin NSAID?

What are the Uses of Aspirin NSAID?

Aspirin nsaid is a common over the counter anti-inflammatory drug that is mostly used to relieve pain. Aspirin nsaid is also used for fever reduction. This drug works by preventing the formation of a substance called prostaglandins. This is a chemical that is known to cause swelling, fever, blood clot and increased body pain. When our body produce too much prostaglandins, this might result to increased body pain, swelling and discomforts incase of an external injury.

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Tummy Tuck Scars: How to Get Rid of Them?

Tummy Tuck Scars: How to Get Rid of Them?

So you’ve undergone tummy tuck surgery to get rid of an unsightly fatty area along your abdomen! Now you feel great about your better personality. But what about the tummy tuck scars that are left after the surgical procedure? While tummy tuck increases your confidence, scars can lower this confidence.

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Problems With Dental Bridges

Problems With Dental Bridges

Dental problems have been a challenge for quite a long time now. But what is important is that many can now be able to smile freely after some of the discoveries and tests conducted on the replacement of missing teeth using dental bridges. However, there are problems that may still happen as these bridges are not natural and are prone to damage. If you ever encounter this, check up at Dental Wellness as you might find useful information in their website.

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Information About Reciprocal IVF

Information About Reciprocal IVF

Reciprocal IVF is the method of IVF (in vitro fertilization) which allows the two partners of the lesbian couple to have the physiological connection with their baby. During the process, eggs of Partner B be transferred to the Partner A’s uterus in the hope that the implantation will happen. Partner A would after that

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Learning about different tetanus treatment

Learning about different tetanus treatment

Professional doctors usually diagnose tetanus disease based on your physical exam, immunization and medical history. Plus your signs and symptoms of tour muscle stiffness, pain, and spasm. Note that, tests of the laboratory are not generally helpful for diagnosing of tetanus disease.

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Huntington’s Disease Treatment

Huntington’s Disease Treatment

Huntington’s disease is a genetic disease which causes the breakdown (degeneration in brain cells). This makes a person unable to function normally, their thinking ability, movement, and even psyche get affected. The symptoms of this disease start showing around 30 to 40 years of age for most people. The symptoms can

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Everything To Know About Cracked Front Teeth

Everything To Know About Cracked Front Teeth

Cracked front teeth are very common to many people as it is the second cause of teeth loss. Our teeth are built very strong, but at some point, they may break or crack due to various factors. A tooth will crack when excess force is applied to it maybe when biting something or when you fall accidentally on your face.

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