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Know About Radiology

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Radiologists use imaging such as CT, ultrasound, MRI, and fluoroscopy to help guide procedures. A radiologist connects your medical imaging to previous tests and examinations, suggests additional tests or treatments, and consults with the doctor who se

Hoarseness: What You Need to Know?

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An abnormal change in a person's voice is known as a hoarse voice. Hoarseness means heaviness in voice. This condition is usually accompanied by a dry throat. Our voice box which is called the larynx has a small vocal cord and produces the sound wi

Prognathism: A Dental Ailment

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People with Prognathism can face an overbite or underbite depending on which jaw is affected. Moderate to severe prognathism can cause long-term problems with speech, such as the development of a noticeable lisp or the inability to pronounce certain wo

Sinus Infection Diagnose

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As the weather change, allergic people get infected. Normal Colds and flu often get better by taking their full time. It gets better within a week at most. However, from the third-fourth day, the intensity of the cold starts decreasing. 

Are you dealing with Snoring?

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The problem of snoring is becoming so common these days that now people have been left unconsidered. Or we can say, it does not seem like a problem for a person who snores, but whoever sleeps around him gets disturbed.

CAN WE PREVENT TINNITUS?

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Tinnitus is the feeling of extra sound in the ear. Patients with tinnitus often describe it as continuous or intermittent buzzing, whistling, chirping, or hissing sounds. Some patients may hear other sounds like whoosh, buzzing, etc. in their ears.

Vocal Cord Disorders

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Our voice is our identity. If you are into a profession like Singing, News Reading, Dubbing, Acting, or TVHost, then your voice will play an important role in your career. Even if you are not into these professions, you still don't want your voice&

Tonsil Stones and Treatment

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Tonsil stones are small white or yellow lumps that form on the back of your throat. They develop when food, bacteria, and other debris (waste) are stuck on the surface of your tonsils. And they inflame and calcify the surrounding tissue.

Defeat The Oral Cancer

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Oral cancer or Mouth cancer can occur in any part of the mouth, such as cheeks, jaw, gums, etc. In rough words, mouth cancer affects the area from the face to the throat. Cancer is such a disease, for which medical science has no permanent cure yet and th