Politicians of any country are often broadcasting about huge success achieved by domestic healthcare system. We can hear from the TV screens how life expectancy rises rapidly, how advanced clinics save patients with the most dangerous diseases. Meanwhile, have you seen at least somebody from the state’s...
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Endoscopic operations continue to displace traditional open surgical interventions. In recent years, endoscopy has been introduced into the field of neurosurgery. It allows a surgeon to perform tough operations on the brain and spinal cord with minimal tissue damage.
Certain genetic breakdowns or mutations in the DNA code of some cells lead to cancer in the human body. Some gene mutations are inherited. Others are acquired. Finding a mutation, you can choose the right medicine to destroy the tumour.
Medical tourism is widespread in Germany. This country is attractive for patients from all over the world, because everyone can receive here medical care of the same quality and at the same price, as a German citizen. There is no need to wait for а treatment very long and the prices for healthcare services are more affordable...
Hepatitis is a term used for liver inflammation. It can develop due to various causes. The most common hepatitis is caused by viruses or toxic chemical compounds. Occasionally, patients can have radiation-induced (caused by radiation) or autoimmune hepatitis.
Germany becomes more and more popular as the medical tourism destination. Among the countries of Europe, Germany has the best medical system.
Infertility is a medical condition whereby a couple is unable to conceive of a baby. Although they have tried the conventional method for over a year. There is a differentiation between male and female infertility. Luckily, long gone are the days when this diagnosis meant that you are doomed from having kids.
Neurological rehabilitation is a complex of therapeutic measures aimed at restoration of person’s working capacity or ability to fulfill activities of daily living without assistance after a disease or surgery. Children with cerebral palsy, patients of mature age with strokes and brain injuries, age patients with Parkinson's disease and movement...