What should you do if your lymph nodes are swollen? Find out what Dr. Bob recommends, plus, answers to your health questions about menopause, waking up in the middle of the night, coconut oil, and more. For additional information, visit Dr. Bob at http://www.druglessdoctor.com, you'll be glad you did!
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Mary O'Connor, M.D., chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the Mayo Clinic campus in Florida, discusses the spectrum of Fatty tumors, including liposarcoma. Because there are several variations and forms of soft-tissue tumors, Dr. O'Connor explains the differences between each and outlines how each may be treated. To learn more, visit http://mayocl.in/2z2Kpsy.
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15 Cancer Symptoms Men Ignore You eat pretty well (some days) and get regular exercise (most days). But if you’re like a lot of men, a trip to the doctor isn't on your to-do list. That can be bad if it means you brush off early signs of cancer. One of the best ways to fight the disease is to catch it in the early stages, when it’s more treatable. The problem is that the warning signs for many kinds of cancer can seem pretty mild. Take a look at these 15 signs and symptoms. Some are linked more strongly to cancer than others, but all are worth knowing about -- and even talking over with your doctor. 1. Problems When You Pee Many men have some problems peeing as they get older, like: -A need to pee more often, especially at night -Dribbling, leaking, or an urgent need to go -Trouble starting to pee, or a weak stream -A burning sensation when they pee An enlarged prostate gland usually causes these symptoms, but so can prostate cancer. See your doctor to check on the cause of the problem. He’ll give you an exam to look for an enlarged prostate, and he may talk to you about a blood test (called a PSA test) for prostate cancer. 2. Changes in Your Testicles "If you notice a lump, heaviness, or any other change in your testicle, never delay having it looked at," says Herbert Lepor, MD, urology chairman at New York University Langone Medical Center. "Unlike prostate cancer, which grows slowly, testicular cancer can take off overnight." Your doctor will look for any problems with a physical exam, blood tests, and an ultrasound of your scrotum. 3. Blood in Your Pee or Stool These can be among the first signs of cancer of the bladder, kidneys, or colon. It's a good idea to see your doctor for any bleeding that’s not normal, even if you don't have other symptoms, Lepor says. Although you're more likely to have a problem that's not cancer, like hemorrhoids or a urinary infection, it's important to find and treat the cause. 4. Skin Changes When you notice a change in the size, shape, or color of a mole or other spot on your skin, see your doctor as soon as you can. Spots that are new or look different are top signs of skin cancer. You’ll need an exam and perhaps a biopsy, which means doctors remove a small piece of tissue for testing. With skin cancer, you don't want to wait, says Marleen Meyers, MD, an oncologist at NYU Perlmutter Cancer Center. 5. Changes in Lymph Nodes Tenderness of swelling in your lymph nodes, the small bean-shaped glands found in your neck, armpits, and other places, often signal that something's going on in your body. Usually, it means your immune system is fighting a sore throat or cold, but certain cancers can also trigger the changes. Have your doctor check any swelling or tenderness that doesn't get better in 2 to 4 weeks, Meyers says. 6. Trouble Swallowing Some people have trouble swallowing from time to time. But if your problems don’t go away and you’re also losing weight or vomiting, your doctor may want to check you for throat or stomach cancer. He’ll start with a throat exam and barium X-ray. During a barium test, you drink a special liquid that makes your throat stand out on the X-ray. 7. Heartburn You can take care of most cases of heartburn with changes to your diet, drinking habits, and stress levels. If that doesn’t help, ask your doctor to look into your symptoms. Heartburn that doesn't go away or gets worse could mean stomach or throat cancer. Heartburn can also lead to a condition called Barrett's esophagus, which occurs when stomach acid damages the lining of esophagus. While it is rare, Barrett’s can make you more susceptible to developing throat cancer. 8. Mouth Changes If you smoke or chew tobacco, you have a higher risk of mouth cancer. Keep an eye out for white, red, gray or yellow patches inside your mouth or on your lips. You could also develop a canker sore that looks like an ulcer with a crater in it. Talk to your doctor or dentist about tests and treatments. 9. Weight Loss Without Trying Pants fitting a little looser? If you haven’t changed your diet or exercise habits, it could mean that stress or a thyroid problem is taking a toll. But losing 10 pounds or more without trying isn’t normal. Although most unintended weight loss is not cancer, it’s one of the signs of cancer of the pancreas, stomach, or lungs. Your doctor can find out more with blood tests and tools that make detailed pictures of the inside of your body, like a CT or PET scan. 10. Fever 11. Breast Changes 12. Fatigue 13. Cough 14. Pain 15. Belly Pain and Depression Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYWEoxZsBePnM-qQ3b5Ew9g?sub_confirmation=1 More from Health Zone+: -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oevk6I1vI0 -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CKqcp2LQbM -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42cHCu7xYbg 15 Cancer Symptoms Men Ignore By Health Zone + Backsound Free Royalty Licence by Vexento
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Michael A. Klaper, M.D., is an American physician, author, and vegan. Dr Klaper worked with Dr Nick Delgado in Torrance California when the Delgado Medical offered plant based oil free whole foods eating based on Nathan Pritikin research. Find out more at http://Delgadoprotocol.com https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/health-podcast/id1353639148?mt=2 Follow Dr Nick on https://www.facebook.com/DelgadoProtocol https://twitter.com/DelgadoProtocol https://www.instagram.com/dr.nickdelgado https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickdelgado subscribe to https://www.youtube.com/user/DelgadoVideo This channel is to educate people all around the world about the power of nutrition, fitness, hormones and the power of the mind. These 4 tools are essential to staying healthy and fit. See our newest courses Fat Loss and Fitness, Acne Boot-camp, Neuro-Programming, and cellular microscopy and soon Hormonal balance at https://delgadoprotocol.com/lp-courses/
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In this video, Dr. Jane Newburger, Associate Cardiologist-in-Chief and Director of the Kawasaki Disease and Cardiology Neurodevelopmental Programs at Boston Children’s Hospital, shares her expert perspective on the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of Kawasaki Disease. Please visit: www.openpediatrics.org OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open access-and thus at no expense to the user. For further information on how to enroll, please email: email@example.com Please note: OPENPediatrics does not support nor control any related videos in the sidebar, these are placed by Youtube. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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For free CEU credits go to: https://acupunctureceuonline.com/acupuncture-ceu-courses/polycystic-ovary-syndrome-acupuncture-ceu-course/ A one hour Video CEU Course. CAB and NCAOM Approved. Course description: This CEU video course explores the diagnostic and treatment principles of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) in both Western and Chinese Medicine. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrine disorder in women and yet remains enigmatic. Despite its high prevalence in the population, much controversy remains regarding its diagnosis, its etiology and the most appropriate treatment strategy. In this class we will explore the signs and symptoms of PCOS from both a Western and TCM perspective. Risk factors, screening protocol, and Endocrine Society guidelines for diagnosis and management of PCOS are discussed. TCM syndromes associated with PCOS are presented as well as acupuncture and herbal treatment protocol. On completion of this class, the participant will: • Learn to differentiate the signs and symptoms associated with PCOS. • Learn clinical guidelines for the diagnosis of PCOS as established by NIH and Endocrine Society. • Learn Western and TCM treatment protocols to address PCOS. With: Dr. Daoshing Ni, Cofounder Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
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Total Laparoscopic Radical hysterectomy(TLRH) Indication Earl stage cervical cancer includes stage I (cancer confined to the cervix) to IIA ( tumour invades the cervix with endocervical glandular involvement only) Early stage cervical cancer is usually treated by radical hysterectomy. Radiotherapy may be used, with or without surgery, and is usually combined with chemotherapy. TLRH has been proved efficacious and safe for early stage cervical and endometrial cancer. The best candidate for TLRH include those with early stage disease, tumour size less than 4cm and uterine size less than 12cm. Technique Patient position: lithotomy with arms tucked at the sides and steep trendelenberg position. Ports: camera port is supra umbilical. Three additional ports re placed in the right lower quadrant, left lower quadrant and in the mid-line 2cm above the pubic symphysis. Steps: Abdominal survey to rule out intraperitoneal metastasis. The bowel is mobilised out of surgical field. The round ligaments are then transected bilaterally. The peritoneum is incised over the psoas muscle immediately lateral to the infundibulopelvic ligament, and the ureters are identified.The paravesical and pararectal spaces are dissected. The uterine vessels are identified and transected at the point of origin from the iliac vessels. The bladder is then mobilised inferiorly. The ureters are freed from their medial attachments to the peritoneum, and then dissected off the parametrium down to their insertion into the bladder. The vesicouterine ligament is divided at it’s lateral aspect, and the bladder is further mobilised so as to provide ample vaginal margin. The infundibulopelvic ligament are transected to accomplish bilateral saplingo-oophrectomy. The posterior peritoneum is incised and the rectovaginal space entered in order to expose the uterosacral ligament, which are then transected. A colpotomy is performed and specimens removed vaginally. Pelvic lamphadenectomy is performed from the level of aortic bifurcation along the external iliac vessels to the circumflex iliac vein. The obturator lymph nodes are then removed. If paraaortic lymphadenectomy is required it is carried cephalad to aortic bifurcation upto inferior border of renal veins. This is performed only if pelvic lymph nodes are positive. The advantages of laparoscopic technique Visualisation of pelvic anatomy and the ability to minimise blood loss is superior. The other advantages are reduced short term morbidity ( less blood loss, wound infection, and postoperative pain, shorter hospital stay, faster resumption of normal activities)
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