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Almost every bone in your body is connected to a joint. Hip and knee joints, in particular, wear down over time, causing pain and limiting mobility. When that pain just won’t ease up, moving forward with a joint replacement may be your best option. ...
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Cancer treatments can take a toll on the heart, whether you have a pre-existing heart condition or were already at risk for developing one. No matter where you are on your cancer journey, our team of cardio-oncology experts can help you balance cancer treatments while protecting your heart from cardiac toxicity and heart disease. ...
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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for most racial and ethnic groups in the United States, but it doesn’t have to be. Between routine heart screenings and maintaining healthy habits over time, practicing preventive cardiology methods will help keep your heart healthy and strong. ...
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An X-ray is a fast, easy and painless imaging test that produces pictures of the inside of your body. Make no bones about it, we’ll treat your health as a top priority and can evaluate any possible bone injuries and so much more with an X-ray. ...
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Amyloidosis is a group of plasma cell diseases where misfolded proteins form clusters that build up on your tissue and organs. These clusters, known as amyloids, can harm some of the body's most important organs like the heart, kidneys and liver, as well as nerves. ...
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Computed tomography (CT) scans are tools that help doctors spot and diagnose conditions like cancers, fractures and lung disease. They create a detailed view of organs and tissues and can even show the dimensions of vessels, lymph nodes and organ systems. ...
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Contact dermatitis is a type of skin rash caused by touching an irritant or something you’re allergic to. It causes redness, itching and small bumps. The best way to pinpoint the cause of your contact dermatitis is through a process called patch testing. ...
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Our pulmonologists have expertise in diagnosing and treating lung conditions common in patients of Asian descent. What truly sets us apart is that we are dedicated to providing culturally-sensitive and expert care. With an interpreter by your side throughout your visit, you can rest assured that you'll receive the personalized care and support you deserve throughout your treatment. ...
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We're here to help kids with craniofacial differences, like cleft lip and palate. We offer support ranging from surgery to speech and feeding therapy, and we're with you every step of the way. ...
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Heart failure occurs when the heart is unable to pump sufficient blood to meet the body's needs. Advanced heart failure can be treated through various methods, including medications, electrical or valvular device implantations, a left ventricular assist device (LVAD) to aid circulation, or by transplanting a healthy heart to replace the existing one.  ...
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Safety is the name of the game when it comes to educating, treating and managing athletes who suffer a sports concussion. Most concussion care simply requires rest and taking it easy. Should your concussion require more involved care, you can trust that our athletic trainers will help you return to activities as soon and safely as possible. ...
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Whether you’re looking for information on laboratory tests, requesting lab results or want a second opinion, pathology + laboratory medicine provides comprehensive diagnostic testing services to uncover clues about your body.  ...
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Where you choose to have your baby and the obstetrician you choose to join you on your journey are important choices. We want to make that decision easier for parents-to-be, with state-of-the-art maternity care and an environment that feels like home. ...
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Bladder cancer affects the cells that make up the bladder, which is a softball-sized organ that stores urine. Bladder cancer shares common symptoms with other non-cancerous conditions, so it’s important to be in tune with your health and note any possible changes that could change its rhythm. ...
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We are dedicated to helping cancer survivors who are now between the ages of 18–39 navigate their post-treatment health journey. Our personalized survivorship care plans provide detailed information about your cancer care, medical history and recommended follow-up care.  ...
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Cardiovascular (cardiac) imaging uses the latest imaging technology — like a cardiac MRI, echocardiogram, electrocardiogram (EKG), cardiac CT and nuclear imaging — to get a clear picture of your heart and blood vessels. These images allow us to detect, diagnose and even treat a variety of cardiovascular conditions like heart failure and heart disease. ...
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If you're deaf or severely hard of hearing and other hearing improvement methods haven't helped, cochlear implant surgery may be the right choice for you. More than 225,000 Americans have had the procedure over the years, in which a small electronic device is implanted under the skin behind your ear to enhance your sense of sound. ...
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By taking the lead on your body and family planning goals early, you can make the best possible choices for your reproductive health today and in the future. Whether you're looking to grow your family or live a child-free life, we offer a variety of family planning services to mirror your goals. ...
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Melanoma is a type of cancer that starts in cells called melanocytes. These cells produce a substance called melanin, which is responsible for giving our hair, eyes and skin its unique pigmentation (color). You may mostly think of melanoma in regards to skin cancer, but it’s important to be aware of how it can affect your eyes, too. ...
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