Category: Tests & Procedures

Learn about the diagnostic tests and procedures that are vital tools to help doctors confirm or rule out the presence of a medical condition. From blood tests to biopsies, you'll find information on several medical tests and procedures. Designed to remove anxiety and uncertainty, these articles explain the purpose, preparation, procedure, the risks, follow-up, and other helpful information.

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Fecal occult blood usually refers to traces of blood in Feces. The blood, however, is not visibly apparent for instance as in the case if melena or he ...
A pulmonary embolism is a blockage in the pulmonary artery, which supplies the blood to the lungs. The reason is normally a blood coagulation in the l ...
Hair is one of the most characteristic features of a person. It helps to define an identity of each person. Hair Loss or Alopecia is a commonly seen c ...
Have you ever been in a situation where you had your blood tests done and were asked to repeat the blood tests? Most of us get startled and are confus ...
What is Hepatobiliary Iminodiacetic Acid Scan? It is also known as a HIDA scan and is the scan a person gets when they suffer from gallbladder proble ...
What is A Cataract? A cataract is a dense, cloudy area that forms in the lens of the eye. It starts when proteins in the eye frame bunches that keep ...
Liver is considered as the major metabolic organ in the body, which performs various functions like metabolism of carbohydrate, protein and fat, regul ...
We, human beings, co-exist in this world along with various other creatures such as a mosquito. Malaria is one mosquito borne blood disease which can ...
Have you been advised a thyroid blood test? This article will help you understand why you need the test and how to prepare for a thyroid blood test. ...
As a woman who has been trying to conceive, the importance of a healthy uterus and fallopian tubes is well known. If one of these do not function well ...
Cancer has become a common buzzword these days and lot of researches is underway to detect the exact cause of cancer. Ovarian Cancer is a common type ...
Hepatitis C virus is also known as HCV. Hepatitis C is a disease which causes infection in the liver thus resulting in inflammation of the liver. HCV ...
Fecal occult blood usually refers to traces of blood in Feces. The blood, however, is not visibly apparent for instance as in the case if melena or he ...
Liver is considered as the major metabolic organ in the body, which performs various functions like metabolism of carbohydrate, protein and fat, regul ...
A pulmonary embolism is a blockage in the pulmonary artery, which supplies the blood to the lungs. The reason is normally a blood coagulation in the l ...
We, human beings, co-exist in this world along with various other creatures such as a mosquito. Malaria is one mosquito borne blood disease which can ...
Hair is one of the most characteristic features of a person. It helps to define an identity of each person. Hair Loss or Alopecia is a commonly seen c ...
Have you been advised a thyroid blood test? This article will help you understand why you need the test and how to prepare for a thyroid blood test. ...
Have you ever been in a situation where you had your blood tests done and were asked to repeat the blood tests? Most of us get startled and are confus ...
As a woman who has been trying to conceive, the importance of a healthy uterus and fallopian tubes is well known. If one of these do not function well ...
What is Hepatobiliary Iminodiacetic Acid Scan? It is also known as a HIDA scan and is the scan a person gets when they suffer from gallbladder proble ...
Cancer has become a common buzzword these days and lot of researches is underway to detect the exact cause of cancer. Ovarian Cancer is a common type ...
What is A Cataract? A cataract is a dense, cloudy area that forms in the lens of the eye. It starts when proteins in the eye frame bunches that keep ...
Hepatitis C virus is also known as HCV. Hepatitis C is a disease which causes infection in the liver thus resulting in inflammation of the liver. HCV ...
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