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neonatal surgery

Pediatric Surgery

Neonatal surgery is one that is done in newborn babies up to 30 days.

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Nipple reduction is an intervention that reduces the size and length of it

Plastic surgery

The size of the areolae and nipples can be complex in some women. It is important to note that large nipples are not always accompanied by large areolae. Large nipples can be seen through clothing and can even hurt or create hypersensitivity in women. By means of the nipple reduction operation the specialist will agree with the patient the desired length. The scar is totally disguised and goes unnoticed. Although the patient can resume her life immediately, it is recommended not to make...

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Nail diseases

Dermatology

The nail diseases may reflect other diseases of the patient. When nails are another color, break, flake off easily, or have very thick ripples they have any disease.

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Nanofat

Plastic surgery

The nanofat is a technique that is mainly used to remove dark circles. It separates the stromal stem cell-rich material, fat, by injection into the skin and allow a more effective and lasting results. This technique employs facial fat more than to display its wide range of benefits in terms of reduction of dark circles, improvement of face and neck wrinkles and skin regeneration.

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Narcolepsy

Neurology

The narcoplepsia is a sleep disorder. It is characterized by excessive daytime sleepiness, disturbed nocturnal sleep and altered manifestations of REM sleep. It also produces hallucinations during the sleep-wake.

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Nasal congestion

Otolaringology

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Nasal deformities

Otolaringology

The nasal deformities are malformations of the nose

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Nasal polyposis

Otolaringology

Nasal polyps or nasal polyps are some benign tumors that form on the inside of the nose or sinuses by inflammation of the mucosa. The cause of polyps is unknown, but is associated with allergies, asthma, sinusitis or cystic fibrosis. Polyps are the size of a grape and can completely block the nasal passages, resulting in the inability to patient breathing, loss of smell and taste, headache and nasal deformities. Treatment with medications such as steroid nasal sprays,...

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Nasal Radiofrequency surgery

Otolaringology

Radiofrequency nasal surgery is a surgical procedure that involves the use of energy at low power and low temperature to repair certain diseases of the nasal passages, especially the turbinate hypertrophy which causes nasal blockage. The surgery is performed under local anesthesia and usually lasts between five and fifteen minutes, tops. This technique begins by inserting a thin radiofrequency probe through the nostrils. The radiofrequency energy helps reduce the size of the turbinates...

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Nasal septal perforations

Otolaringology

The most frequent causes of septal perforation is previous nasal surgery (sequel) including surgery transnasal pituitary. Other causes are accidents, cocaine, clogging by nosebleeds, etc.

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