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Neck liposuction is a safe and effective plastic surgery procedure designed to create an attractive, well-defined neck by addressing unwanted fat or skin laxity in the area.
11 Jul 2017
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Watch this Paras Hospital video in which Dr. Mitali Dandekar Lall, Consultant – Head & Neck Surgical Oncology, Paras Cancer Centre Patna of Paras HMRI Hospital is talking about the Symptoms of Thyroid Cancer. Dr Mitali says that Thyroid Cancer is more prevalent in Women and it can be easily cured with surgery and other treatment modalities.
22 Jun 2017
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Otorhinolaryngology (Otolaryngology) is the area of medicine that deals with disorders and conditions of the ear, nose, and throat (ENT) region, and related areas of the head and neck. Doctors who specialize in this area are called otorhinolaryngologists, otolaryngologists, ENT doctors, ENT surgeons, or head and neck surgeons. Patients seek treatment from an otorhinolaryngologist for diseases of the ear, nose, or throat and for the management of cancers of the head and neck.
14 Jul 2017
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Today it's a chair stunt fail. Our guy here is a complete idiot and he almost broke his neck while doing a chair stunt. I say, he must be under constant surveillance.
18 Jul 2017
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Optimize Healing Centre is a center for Chiropractor Treatments and Adjustments for various Health Problems like Neck Pain, Hip Pain, Shoulder Pain, Stress, Headache etc. We help you to get over your health related problems you are facing since a long time. Call Us Now at 519-832-1515 to get your Health Journey started.
26 Jun 2017
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Lymph nodes are tiny, bean-shaped organs that filter lymph fluid. They are located throughout the body, but particular collections are found just under the skin in the neck, under the arms, and in the groin area. Lymph nodes are part of the lymphatic system, which is one of the body's defense mechanisms against the spread of infection and cancer. Lymph is clear fluid that is made up of water, white blood cells, proteins, and fats that have filtered out of blood vessels into the spaces between cells. Some of the fluid is reabsorbed by the blood vessels, but the rest enters the lymphatic vessels. Lymph then passes through the lymph nodes, which are specific collection points where damaged cells, infectious organisms, and cancer cells are filtered from the fluid and destroyed. If many infectious organisms or cancer cells are present, the lymph nodes swell. Sometimes, organisms cause infection within a lymph node. Lymphadenopathy is the term doctors use to refer to swollen lymph nodes. A few small nodes often can be felt in healthy people. Lymph nodes that are larger and easily felt may be a sign of a disorder. Some people use the term "swollen glands" to refer to swollen lymph nodes, especially when the nodes in the neck are swollen. However, lymph nodes are not glands. Lymphadenitis is the term used when swollen lymph nodes are painful or have signs of inflammation (for example, redness or tenderness). Lymph nodes in only one body area may be swollen, or nodes in two or more body areas can be swollen. Other symptoms, such as sore throat, runny nose, or fever, may be present depending on the cause. Sometimes swollen lymph nodes are discovered when the person is being examined because of another symptom.
26 Jun 2017
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In this video Dr Rajeev Sharan, Sr Consultant- Surgical Oncology – Chief – Head & Neck Cancer, Paras HMRI Hospital, Patna is talking about Oral Cancer which is the most common in males. Dr Rajeev says that 90% of the Oral Cancers are due to Tobacco use. Dr Rajeev adds that Cigarette, Pan, Gutka, Tambaku, Khaini are the main reasons for Oral Cancer. He is also talking about the symptoms & diagnosis of Oral cancer and the treatment of it. #SpitOutCancer #TambakuSeyAzadi
28 Jun 2017
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The lymphatic system is an important component of the immune system. It includes lymphatic fluid, lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, spleen, tonsils, adenoids, Peyer patches, and the thymus. Lymphatic fluid consists of an ultrafiltrate of blood collected within lymphatic channels, which run throughout the entire body. The fluid is slow-moving and is transported from the head and extremities to larger vessels, which then drain into the venous system. Along these channels reside approximately 600 lymph nodes. Lymph nodes are composed of follicles and contain an abundance of lymphocytes. Lymph is filtered through the lymph node sinuses, where particulates and infectious organisms are detected and removed. Because of the exposure to immune challenges, antibody and cell-mediated immunity is mediated. As a result of such normal processes, the lymph nodes can enlarge through either proliferation of normal cells or infiltration by abnormal cells. Lymphadenopathy is defined as the enlargement of one or more lymph nodes as a result of normal reactive process or a pathologic occurrence. Whereas the (increased) size of the lymph node is the most common reference, an abnormal number or alteration in consistency may suggest a pathologic change that requires investigation and possible intervention. Clinicians are challenged with the task of differentiating "true" enlarged lymph nodes related to a pathologic process from what are often referred to as "shotty" lymph nodes. "Shotty" lymph nodes refer to small mobile lymph nodes in the neck that are palpable and usually represent a benign change, commonly associated with viral illness. The removal of lymph nodes to determine the etiology of their enlargement has been practiced for many years, but it is unknown when it was first performed. The removal of lymph nodes is a procedure that is often performed by general adult and pediatric surgeons, as well as by surgical specialists such as otolaryngologists. Because children often presen
28 Jun 2017
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5 Jul 2017
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What do underarm lymph nodes do? Why do they swell up? And how do you know if the swelling is simply an infection – or might be cancer? You’re taking a shower, soaping up. And suddenly, underneath your arm, your fingers detect a painful, tender lump – one that wasn’t there yesterday. Your mind starts to race: “Do I need to worry about this? Could it be an infected lymph node, even though I haven’t felt sick? Could it be… cancer?” What is the lymphatic system? Your body’s lymphatic system, made up of a series of small vessels, carries a clear liquid – lymph – from your body tissues to the heart. In the heart, lymph joins blood and is pumped via arteries back to the tissues. This efficient system helps drain excess liquid from tissues, and transports infection-fighting white blood cells to where they’re needed. What are lymph nodes? Scattered along these small lymphatic vessels are up to 700 lymph nodes. These small (think bean-sized) bundles of tissue produce and store lymphocytes: immune cells whose job it is to trap and kill foreign substances, including harmful bacteria and viruses. Why do lymph nodes become swollen? When your body detects a foreign substance, it sends white blood cells to destroy that substance. White blood cells are manufactured in the lymph nodes, and sometimes when your body is dealing with an infection, these nodes manufacture so many cells that they become swollen, and you can feel them. They also become sore and painful. Most often, you’ll feel painful, swollen lymph nodes in your neck, groin, or under your arm.
8 Jul 2017
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What extent can you push yourself for your ambition. Do you have the innate passion to face your challenges neck to neck? Here is a movie that will motivate you to raid extreme for your goals Be a rider when everybody else is roaming nowhere. #TheHimalayanRallywill drive to raid extreme in life. Director Deepak Anand is coming back with #TheRallyFilm to inspire millions. Produced by Rohit Kumar speeding on #25Aug2017
10 Jul 2017
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Hi, this is Dr Ned McArthur. Recently someone asked me, "Posture is good and all, but is it really that important? It's important if you have back pain, dizziness, fibromyalgia, headaches, migraines, neck pain, sciatica or shoulder pain. Studies have also found that poor posture will affect your digestion, increase cardiovascular issues and lead to varicose veins. So if you want to eliminate pain, increase energy and live the life you want, then yes, posture is important. Orem Chiropractor - R. Ned McArthur, D.C. 801-225-1311
10 Jul 2017
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Fungal infections can appear almost anywhere on the skin, but they are often most difficult for those who experience this issue somewhere on the face. Fungal skin infections on the face can occur in many different ways, but there are also a number of methods through which these conditions may be prevented and treated. What Causes Fungal Skin Infections on the Face? A person can contract a facial infection caused by a fungus in many ways. For example, the individual's skin could come into contact with the infected skin of another, or another individual's infected skin could touch an item that the person then touches to his or her face. Fungal spores may often be on objects or in the air without people realizing it, and contact causes the initial condition. Then, if the individual does not keep his or her face clean, it is even more likely to become infected, and the condition will worsen. Common Facial Fungal Skin Infections There are a number of fungal infections that occur on the facial area. One of the most common is ringworm, and it can often be identified as "a flat, spreading ring-shaped lesion," according to the South Australian Health Department. The center of the rash will look like normal skin but the edges will often be raised, scaly, and crusty. Ringworm can also occur in facial areas that are hairy like the scalp or beard area, which will often cause the hair around it to fall out. Ringworm of the scalp usually only affects children, but it can occur in adults as well. This condition is contagious. A person can also experience a severe infection called otomycosis, which occurs on the outer ear. Another type of fungal infection, pityriasis versicolor or tinea versicolor, is caused by a yeast and may appear on the face and neck, causing discolored spots on the skin.
15 Jul 2017
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Symptoms Your lymphatic system is a network of organs, vessels and lymph nodes situated throughout your body. Many lymph nodes are located in your head and neck region. Lymph nodes that frequently swell are in this area, as well as in your armpits and groin area. Swollen lymph nodes are a sign that something is wrong somewhere in your body. When your lymph nodes first swell, you might notice: Tenderness and pain in the lymph nodes Swelling that may be the size of a pea or kidney bean, or even larger in the lymph nodes Depending on the cause of your swollen lymph nodes, other signs and symptoms you might have include: Runny nose, sore throat, fever and other indications of an upper respiratory infection General swelling of lymph nodes throughout your body — which may indicate an infection, such as HIV or mononucleosis, or an immune disorder, such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis Hard, fixed, rapidly growing nodes, indicating a possible tumor Fever Night sweats When to see a doctor
15 Jul 2017
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Causes A lymph node is a small, round or bean-shaped cluster of cells covered by a capsule of connective tissue. The cells are a combination of lymphocytes — which produce protein particles that capture invaders, such as viruses — and macrophages, which break down the captured material. Lymphocytes and macrophages filter your lymphatic fluid as it travels through your body and protect you by destroying invaders. Lymph nodes are located in groups, and each group drains a specific area of your body. You may be more likely to notice swelling in certain areas, such as in the lymph nodes in your neck, under your chin, in your armpits and in your groin. The site of the swollen lymph nodes may help identify the underlying cause. The most common cause of swollen lymph nodes is an infection, particularly a viral infection, such as the common cold. Other possible causes of swollen lymph nodes include: Common infections Strep throat Measles Ear infections Infected (abscessed) tooth Mononucleosis Skin or wound infections, such as cellulitis Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) — the virus that causes AIDS Uncommon infections
16 Jul 2017
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In this video Dr. Mitali Dandekar Lall, Consultant – Head & Neck Surgical Oncology, Paras HMRI Hospital, Patna is talking about Signs & Symptoms of Oral Cancer. Dr Mitali says that in India the epidemic of Oral Cancer is a major issue. She says that if we do early diagnosis then the patient can become normal totally. Dr Mitali adds that around 90% - 95% of Oral cancer cases are due to the use of Tobacco and Supari. Dr Mitali suggests that if your teeth are falling off for no reason, you should consult a specialist as this can be a symptom of Oral Cancer. #SpitOutCancer #TambakuSeyAzadi
19 Jul 2017
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