BurnExposure to extreme heat, radiation, electrical shock or chemical agents can burn the skin causing pain, blistering, and in severe cases, irreversible damage.
MelanomaAbnormal growth of melanocytes; an aggressive form of skin cancer.
Ultraviolet RadiationUltraviolet (UV) radiation comes from the sun in three wavelengths; UVA, UVB, and UVC.
SkinThe largest organ of the body and has many functions including protection and temperature regulation...
Peripheral Artery DiseaseA partial blockage of an artery in the arms or legs. It may be caused by atherosclerosis. When it occurs in a leg, it can lead to leg pain and cramping.
Aortic Valve ReplacementA surgical procedure to replace and damaged or diseased aortic valve; may use an mechanical valve or biological valve.
Da Vinci Surgical SystemA robotically-assisted surgical treatment option. The surgeon operates from a console in a seated position, with eyes and hands in line with the instruments...
NeuronA nerve cell; a healthy brain is made up of millions of these interconnecting cells.
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Coronary Artery Bypass...A grafting procedure where an artery or vein (usually taken from the leg) is used to create a new pathway to the heart, bypassing...
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