Laparoscopy inguinal hernia, femoral

When organs placed in the abdomen are beginning to move in the femoral Canal, and headed towards the groin or thighs-we can talk about a suspected femoral hernia or inguinal. Especially exposed to the diagnosis of femoral hernia are women after deliveries. The femoral Canal is already slightly expanded. The same happens after 65. year …

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Prolapse

It's embarrassing and painful condition causing is excessive stretching of muscles responsible for the proper maintenance of the vagina. Prolapse is mixed together to organs of the pelvic area – IE. the uterus, bladder or bowel – to the inside of the vagina. In the worst case, when it is not monitored by a specialist, …

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Laser surgery of the lower limbs

The demise of the year, that is, the period of autumn and winter, it's the best time to perform laser surgery of the lower limbs. At that time, many people are choosing this type of treatments, primarily due to the lack of Sun. The Sun's rays can negatively affect the body of the patient, who …

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Laparoscopy of the abdomen

Undoubtedly, laparoscopy (abdominal, inguinal hernia or hip, laparoscopic abdominal adhesions removal etc.) led to a genuine revolution in terms of surgery. It disappeared the need for surgical opening jam the abdominal muscles in order to carry out simple treatments, such as for example. the removal of appendicitis or removing adhesions abdominal, inguinal hernias and femoral. …

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Diagnosis and treatment of inflammation of the colon and colon ulcerative thin

Now it is said that even 1/3 of mankind can cure the inflammation of the colon and a thin, also called irritable bowel syndrome. This disease affects the inhabitants of highly developed countries and poorer. So there is no rule that would indicate a higher rate of morbidity attributed to specific demographics. While the risk …

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