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radio fracture

Orthopaedic Surgery

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Respiratory infection

Pediatrics

Acute respiratory infection is an infection of the lower respiratory tract or lungs less than 15 days. Sometimes you may end up in pneumonia. It is one of the leading causes of death in children and adults.

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Radio frequency treatment

Aesthetic Medicine

Radiofrequency is a specific treatment of varicose veins consisting seal them and close them without having to be removed. The technique is performed by accessing the inside of the affected vein through a small incision of about 2 mm and introducing a catheter leads to the point of origin of venous insufficiency. At this level, closing heat layered anger insufficient glass is introduced. Meanwhile, a substance is injected as foam called polidocanol. Thanks to this technique radiofrequency...

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Radiofrequency denervation

Pain Medicine

Radiofrequency denervation is a procedure to modify and decrease the perception of pain by applying voltage changes in the nervous tissue that produces it. This technique involves the use of electrodes connected to a broadcast system that manage radio waves cauterize the nerve responsible for the pain, through the heat emitted. It is a treatment that works well for pain in the joints of the neck, and is also used in the treatment of neck pain or to treat low back pain. To first determine if...

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Radiofrequency thermoablation

Medical Oncology

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radiography

Radiology

An x-ray is a painless diagnostic technique. The body area to be analyzed is exposed to x, a mild dose of radiation rays, to produce the image. During shooting image the patient must lie still and remove any metal or jewelry, not to distort the image.

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Radiología intervencionista

Radiology

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Radiosurgery

Neurological Surgery

Radiosurgery is a treatment for cancer. It is the name given to the medical procedure known as radiotherapy.

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Radiotherapy

Medical Oncology

Radiation therapy uses X-rays to destroy cancer cells. It prevents them from growing and dividing. It is also used to shrink a tumor before surgery to prevent cancer from appearing or to treat tumors that are inoperable.

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Radiotherapy side effects

Home medical

Radiation therapy can have side effects because, in addition to eliminating diseased cells, can affect healthy tissues of the treated area. The effects can vary depending on each person and according to the treated area. The main side effects of chemotherapy are general fatigue and skin reactions. Depending on the treated area may be hair loss, effects on the mouth, nausea and vomiting or fertility problems

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