4 Things Cancer Patients Should Know About NanoKnife Surgery
11 July 2017
If you or a loved one has a difficult-to-treat form of cancer, your oncologist may have suggested a procedure known as NanoKnife surgery. This cutting-edge medical procedure involves treating inoperable tumors using electrical currents, which offers several benefits for patients. NanoKnife surgery is minimally invasive and innovative and is well worth looking into if you have a difficult-to-treat form of cancer. Here are four important things patients should know about NanoKnife surgery:
Three Commonly Asked Osteoporosis Questions
15 June 2017
There are a number of conditions and diseases that people will experience during the course of their lives. Sadly, individuals will frequently find themselves without the information that they need to make wise choices about addressing these health problems. In particular, osteoporosis is widely misunderstood by patients, which can lead to failures on the part of the patient to take proactive steps to treat this condition.
What Causes A Person To Develop Osteoporosis?
How An Uncircumcised Man's Smegma Affects Your Vaginal Secretions
10 June 2017
As a woman, you have probably noticed a funny smell after sex. It gets stronger about a day afterwards when your vagina is busy "rinsing" itself of all the sperm it has killed. Most women have learned to associate this smell with post-coital discharge. However, if the smell is stronger than usual, or you have symptoms that are not normal (e.g., pain, discomfort, fever, etc.), you should seek out a gynecology clinic or see your gynecologist as soon as possible.
What To Expect After A Total Knee Replacement
7 June 2017
When a person suffers from severe arthritis or has sustained extensive trauma to the knee, a total knee replacement may be necessary. During a knee replacement surgery, plastic and metal parts are used on the knee joint and knee cap to construct a new knee. If you need a total knee replacement, continue reading to learn more about what you can expect:
After your surgery is completed, you will need to spend a few days in the hospital so your orthopedic surgeon and nurses can monitor you.