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Small aneurysms best left untouched

...t.// Fragility in the wall of the aorta leads to a bulge called an aneurysm which may rupture a potentially fateful problem. The standard treatment for an aneurysm is to repair it surgically. But researchers at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center suggests that surgeons should look at the size of the aneur...

Artificial discs available as replacements for damaged discs

...t when a disc is damaged, the cushion can deflate, bulge or leak, and the collagen loses its elasticity. Pain is often intense, especially when nerves get caught between degenerating components. While fusion may relieve the pain, it prevents natural, independent motion. The artificial disc being studied w...

Brain aneurysms can now be treated with a less invasive procedure

... depending on the size of the neck of the bulge. A bulge with a narrow neck is treated non-surgically by fi...y from the aneurysm. However, if// the neck of the bulge is wide, it is removed surgically as the metal coils would fall out and perhaps trigger a stroke by ...

Holiday Season Can Lead to Weight Gain

... to the battle of the holiday bulge. To stop this bulge a few tips are now being circulated. One is to have more fruits and non-fat yogurt, drink skimmed milk, drink in moderation. Drinks maker Diageo has some holiday tips: Carolyn Panzer, Senior V-P, Public Policy, Diageo. 'Know what you are drinking-d...

Limb Regeneration Exists Innately In All Vertebrates – Says Researc

...ng, which they delivered directly to the remaining bulge after they cut a limb from the experimental embryos. In adult zebrafish and salamanders, they found that blocking Wnt signaling with the inhibitory factors, prevented normal regeneration. And, conversely, when they treated mutant adult zebrafish t...

Intestinal Bacteria Blamed for Rotund Figures

...l trials ,it could pave the way to fight the extra bulge , by controlling the bacteria count in the intestines. The bacteria belong to two major divisions ,Bacteriotedes and Firmicutes, that comprise the majority of the intestinal bacterial flora in humans. Mice too have the same bacterial flora in thei...

Building a Better Breakfast to Manage Weight

.../ could prove beneficial in the battle against the bulge according to the latest issue of Food Technology. Published monthly by the Institute of Food Technologists, this issue’s cover story reviews recent food science, nutrition and metabolic research and translates it into food and ingredient combinatio...

Study Uncovers Clues for Why Graves’ Disease Attacks the Eye

...scle tissue behind the eyes, often causing them to bulge painfully// from their sockets, as in the late actor Marty Feldman. Scientists at UCLA’s Jules Stein Eye Institute and Harbor-UCLA Medical Center discovered defects in the infection-fighting T-cells of GD patients’ immune systems. Reported March 1 ...

Free Kidney Check Up Camp in Kasturba Hospital on World Kidney Day

...ms include high blood pressure, painful urination, bulge around the eyes, swelling of feet, and a constant feeling of fatigue or lack of energy. Proper diet and intake of fluids and regular exercise keep kidneys healthy. Keeping blood sugar and blood pressure under control helps to prevent the disease. P...

Different Causes for Childhood Brain Aneurysm was Revealed

...en a blood vessel weakens and stretches, forming a bulge in the vessel wall that can rupture and hemorrhage. Intracranial arterial aneurysmsuncommon in pediatric patientsare bulges that develop in the arteries that carry blood to the brain. In addition, Abruzzo reports that 75 percent of the patients who...

Headache Complaint Leads to Removal of Bullet

.... At the area of an aneurysm, there is typically a bulge and the wall is weakened and may rupture. The word "aneurysm" comes from the Greek "aneurysma" meaning "a widening." "Doctors confirmed that he, in fact, had a bullet in his head," he said. As doctors tended to him, deputies say April Moylan left...

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