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What is a Hysterectomy?
Hysterectomy is the most commonly performed major surgical procedure in the non-pregnant woman. Exactly what is done during hysterectomy and what are the consequences? This article will review this commonly discussed but less understood surgical procedure.
Risks of Laparoscopy
Laparoscopy is a method by which abdominal surgery is performed through small openings. More complex procedures can also be performed via this route but this takes a much higher skill level. This article will review the more common complications and aftereffects of laparoscopy.
Laparoscopy in Gynecology
Laparoscopy is the term that refers to minimally invasive surgery of the abdomen and pelvis and this article will review the details of this procedure when used in gynecology
Understanding Postsurgical Care
Your surgery is over now what should you expect? Well, this question should be asked before you undergo surgery, ideally during an outpatient visit even before you sign the surgical consent. Read this article to find out what you need to know before surgery.
Understanding the Gynecologic Procedure
So you and your doctor have decided that surgery is the best alternative to for you; what’s next? Do you just pick a day, sign the papers, show up for the procedure and hope for the best? Read this article to understand what you should do next.
Gynecologic Surgery- Alternatives
Your doctor just recommended surgery but is it the right decision for you? You understand the problem and are certain that treatment is necessary but unclear if surgery is the answer. Read this article to learn about alternatives to surgery.
Gynecologic Surgery-Making the Decision
You’ve just been advised to have a gynecologic surgical procedure, what should you do? It is important to understand a number of things before agreeing to undergo a surgery. Read this article to find out what you need to know.
Hemorrhagic strokes represent 20% of all cerebrovascular accidents (CVA). The presentation and management are different than an ischemic stroke and the prognosis is much worse. Read this article to learn more.
An ischemic stroke occurs when the blood supply to a region of the brain is blocked resulting in tissue death. It is the cause of 80% of all strokes. The causes of the ischemia are variable but atherosclerosis (plaque build up in the arteries) is a major contributor. This article will explain more.
TStroke or cerebrovascular accident (CVA), is the 2nd most common cause of death worldwide and the 3rd most common cause of death in the United States. It occurs when there is a decrease in blood supply to the brain resulting in tissue damage. Read this article to learn more.
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