Things You Should Know About Lasik Surgery

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Lasik is an acronym that means laser in situ keratomileusis. This procedure, a two-stage eye surgery, is performed by your eye surgeon who goes about lifting a micro-thin corneal circular flap, which is the surface of your eye. In the first stage, the surgeon uses a femtosecond or microkeratome laser to lift the circular flap. That activity serves to expose the area of your eye that will undergo a planned correction treatment.…

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Methods For Treating Your Chronic Back Pain

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Living with back pain is never easy, and the treatment methods that work for one person might not work for you. Chronic pain can be different for different people because it comes from various sources, so you may have to try several treatments to find the one that works for you.  Physical Examination One of the most important things that your doctor will do is a physical examination of your back and spine.…

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Leukapharesis To Treat Leukemia

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If you have been diagnosed with leukemia, your doctor may have recommended a specialized treatment called leukapheresis. Still, may people are not familiar with this procedure.  Here is a bit of information about leukapharesis and how it works.  Why Is Leukapharesis Needed? The blood of a leukemia patient may include a high number of leukemia cells. These abnormal cells can interfere with the proper circulation of the blood, leading to a heart attack or respiratory issues.…

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