The recovery of a knee intervention by arthroscopy is much faster than that of traditional surgery. However, it varies depending on which area has been operated and the method used by the specialist. Through knee arthroscopy, a minimally invasive technique, the broken menisci, crossed ligaments, synovial membrane, misalignment of the patella, broken cartilage in the joint, and other pathologies such as Baker's Cyst are intervened.

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Heart failure is often detected late. It is accompanied by a decrease in the pumping capacity of the heart. While heart failure can result in poor vital organ perfusion or even cardiac deathin the worst case, it is often underestimated.

Heart failure is by its severity and prognosis, comparable to cancer. It causes a decline in the quality of life and requires frequent hospitalization. If not treated or detected too late, this condition can cause complete heart failure and lead to sudden cardiac death.

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The intimacy of links between erection disorders and cardiovascular pathologies is now known and has been the subject of numerous publications. However, this knowledge is still not very effective on the ground and ignorance generates many fears.

The same factors favor Cardio-vascular diseases and erectile dysfunction. Overweight, diabetes, high blood pressure, tobacco, cholesterol, sedentary lifestyle and lack of exercise are all risk factors for the heart as well as for sexuality.

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The hip operation has evolved a lot in recent years and is no longer a surgery too complicated. However, we must take into account certain care that prevents collateral damage. If a few years ago it was an intervention that doctors tried to postpone as long as possible, nowadays it is done quite naturally, and it is increasingly common to see people who have hip prostheses and lead a normal life.

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Even people far from medicine understand how responsive and difficult it is to treat a brain tumor, how important it is to choose the right place of treatment and the attending physician in a literal sense life depends on it. The danger of all types of brain tumors, including benign ones, is that developing in a confined space of the skull box, one way or another lead to compression of the brain structures, increased intracranial pressure and the development of extensive and neurological symptoms.

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It is not only the surgeries of the spine that the spine surgery hospitals In Delhi are dealing. The neck, an important portion forming the spine is equally an area of concern for a frail body. Hence we have cervical spine surgery; a type of surgical surgery focusing on the neck.

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It is considered that a prolapsed lumbar disc (also called "herniated" or "slipped" disc) is the most frequent cause of sciatica (pain or numbness that extends through the buttocks or legs caused by a compressed or "pinched" nerve in the region). Several patients are treated effectively by a combination of non-surgical measures such as medication or physiotherapy. However, patients with persistent symptoms often undergo surgery.

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Bariatric surgery is a rather important event in the way of weight loss, to which patients should be treated as a new beginning. Morbid obesity is a chronic disease, and no surgery, diet or medication can be quickly cured. The operation, together with the subsequent care and moderate lifestyle changes can give remarkable results regarding weight loss and a healthy lifestyle.

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Early intervention in neonatal and pediatric diseases is nowadays increasingly possible, both from a diagnostic and therapeutic point of view. Also in the field of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, there has been a progressive refinement in the diagnostic and treatment techniques, favoring the less invasive and consequently the maximum tolerability on the part of the little patient.

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Gliomas are primary tumors that develop in the brain or spinal cord, that is in the central nervous system (CNS), starting from the "cells of the glia." They are quite common and are estimated to comprise about 40% of all CNS tumors. The factors responsible for the onset of the disease are not yet fully known, but it has been shown that the incidence is higher in people suffering from genetic diseases such as neurofibromatosis and tuberous sclerosis.

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