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Colonoscopy (tests)

COLONOSCOPY DEFINITION A colonoscopy is a test that detects abnormalities or changes in your large intestine or colon and rectum. It uses a colonoscope, which is a long, flexible tub with a tiny video camera attached at its tip in order to get a real-time view of your entire colon. COLONOSCOPY PURPOSE A more...

EEG (tests)

EEG DEFINITION An EEG (electroencephalogram) attaches small, flat metal discs called electrodes on your scalp to discern and examine your brain's electrical activity. Your brain cells communicate through electrical signals that are always active, even when sleeping. EEG PURPOSE An EEG can tell if there are any changes in your brain activity. Also, more...

Epilepsy (diseases)

Describing epilepsy can be as simple as comparing our brain to a computer that has gone haywire. Just imagine the way your monitor would blink because a malfunction has occurred in your processor. An epilepsy is something like that. When there is an abnormal electrical activity in the brain, usually more...

Gallbladder stones (diseases)

Gallbladder stones or gallstones are solid calcium salt or cholesterol deposits that accumulate in the gallbladder or at nearby bile ducts. The crystals forming are combined with other elements and minerals and can vary in size from minute sand-like particles to marble-sized pieces. Most cases usually are asymptomatic with no more...

Oophorectomy (diseases)

Surgery is a medical retreat to stop certain medical conditions from getting worse. There are some cases, however, where surgery becomes a reason for increased health risks. People who underwent Oophorectomy know this best. Oophorectomy is a prophylactic surgical process that removes an ovary or ovaries from a woman’s reproductive system. more...