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Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease attacking the lining of joints, causing pain and inflammation, eventually damaging the entire body.
Sacroiliac Joint Fusion
Sacroiliac joint fusion is a minimally invasive procedure, done under image guidance, to place titanium implants across the sacroiliac joint for stability.
Botox and Dermal Fillers
If you want to smooth out lines on the face, you may consider Botox or dermal filler injections for a fresher, younger-looking complexion.
A high-risk pregnancy is one in which a woman and her fetus face a higher-than-normal chance of experiencing problems.
Half of all people with cancer are treated with radiation therapy. It is effective for treating almost all types of cancer in almost any part of the body.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when the pelvic floor weakens, leading the organs to descend or herniate into the vagina.
Benign Lung Tumor
Most nodules on the lung are harmless and require observation only, but some are related to cancer.
Cervical cancer occurs when cells inside the cervix grow abnormally or a tumor starts to form.
Childhood Trauma and Violence
Trauma is defined as a terrifying experience that overwhelms normal capacities to regulate thinking or emotional and physical responses.
Essential tremor, a common condition not associated with Parkinson's disease, causes a person’s hands, head or voice to shake involuntarily.
Minimally Invasive Treatment for Liver Cancer
Metastatic liver cancer started elsewhere and spread to the liver. Interventional radiology procedures can offer effective minimally invasive treatment.
About 10 percent of women will develop depression after giving birth. In this video, Kimberly Yonkers, MD, a professor of psychiatry at Yale Medicine, talks about the risk factors, and the signs new moms and families should look out for.
A tracheostomy is an opening surgically created through the neck into the trachea (or windpipe) where a tube is then placed so that the patient can breathe.
What Is Cutaneous Lupus?
When lupus affects the skin, it is called cutaneous lupus. Its skin symptoms require care from a dermatologist.
What Parents Need to Know about Childhood Leukemia
Leukemia is the most common type of childhood cancer treated at Yale Medicine. In this video, Gary Kupfer, MD, discusses symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options.
When eyes cross, wander to one side or are higher or lower than their mate, the condition is known as strabismus. This misalignment causes double vision.
Treating Pediatric Brain and Spinal Cord Tumors
Malignant pediatric brain and spinal cord tumors, including low-grade gliomas and medulloblastomas, are the second most common childhood cancer.
Knee (Patella) Instability
Kneecap (patella) instability occurs when the knee buckles or is otherwise unstable. It is most common among teens and young adults.
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