Hepatitis Types causes and treatment

Hepatitis Types, Causes & Treatment Explained

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Our liver is one of the most important organs in the body. This reddish-brown organ is our largest internal organ. It’s very much like a chemical factory with numerous functions. The liver helps process blood, clears toxins from our body, and generates nutrients from our food. Furthermore, it controls the chemical levels in our blood and produces a fluid called bile. This helps in the process of digestion.
Any interference in these functions can lead to poor health. One such condition that causes inflammation of the liver is known as hepatitis. Thus, it is necessary to visit your doctor. Regular health checkups can ensure you are safe and healthy in the long run. Let’s know more about hepatitis, it’s types, causes, and treatment.

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Biopsy

Biopsy: How It’s Used to Diagnose Cancer

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If your doctor finds something suspicious during your regular physical examinations or if they see certain cancer-related symptoms in your body, they may ask you to get a biopsy done. There are many other tests that may indicate that cancer is present. These tests are able to spot tumor markers but they aren’t diagnostic tests. Only a biopsy procedure is used to diagnose cancer.

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Capsule endoscopy

Everything You Need To Know About Capsule Endoscopy Treatment

20 Jun 2018 Blog, Endoscopy
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Endoscopic techniques have revolutionized how medicine is practised around the world. This method has made the treatment of internal organs easier than ever. The small intestine has historically been one of the most difficult organs to treat over the years, this is something that has been vastly simplified thanks to capsule endoscopy treatment. Treating the small intestine was almost impossible without the help of surgery.

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Upper endoscopy risk.

Is there any risk in Upper endoscopy procedure?

14 Jun 2018 Blog, Endoscopy
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This Endoscopy procedure is a means to find out and explore one’s upper digestive system. It is done with the help of a miniature camera attached to the end of a long flexible tube. The tube is equipped with a small light and a tiny camera to help the doctor locate the issue, and at times treat it.

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