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PROCEDURES

The list of common procedures below is by no means conclusive, to inquire about the nature of the illness or disease you are seeking treatment for.


Medicine that deals with cancer. Oncology patients are usually seeking:
•    Screening for possible cancers
•    Diagnosis of any cancer
•    Surgery, chemotherapy, and other forms of treatment options
•    Follow up care of after treatment
•    Palliative care (for terminal patients)
•    Any questions regarding cancer care
An oncologist is a doctor who practices in this particular field.

A branch of medicine that deals with disorders of the heart, including diagnosis, treatment, and continuation of care. Cardiology patients generally seek help for conditions like:
•    Congenital heart defects
•    Heart failure
•    Valvular heart disease
•    Coronary artery disease
•    Arrhythmias
•    Electrophysiology (pacemaker) procedures
•    Myocardial infarction (heart attack)
Different cardiologists specialize in different specialty areas, as well as adult or pediatric care.

A field of medicine that deals with the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of conditions and diseases of the mouth. Dentists provide services such as:
•    Root canals
•    Oral and maxillofacial pathology, radiology, and surgery
•    Orthodontics (straightening of teeth)
•    General and pediatric dentistry
•    Dentures, dental implants, and bridges
•    Cosmetic dentistry
Different dentists will specialize in different fields as listed above.



Reconstructive surgery is a broad term that means using surgical techniques to restore the form and function of a body. This can include:
•    Surgery after any type of trauma or cancer
•    Skin grafts and breast reconstruction/reduction
•    Microsurgery or flap procedures
•    Facial deformities (issues such as a cleft lip)
•    Removal of extra digits
•    Artificial limbs
•    Many more
Cosmetic surgery is optional surgery whose main purpose is to improve or enhance a person’s appearance. This can include:
•    Face lifts
•    Laser skin resurfacing
•    Chemical peels
•    Rhinoplasty (nose reshaping)
•    Liposuction/tummy tucks
•    Breast enhancements, reductions, or lifts
•    Many more

Fertility and reproductive health covers a broad range of issues, such as birth control/family planning, sexually transmitted infections, infertility, and the ability to become pregnant. It addresses all facets of the reproductive process and systems at all stages of life for females and males.

Orthopedics is concerned with conditions involving the musculoskeletal system. Surgical and nonsurgical methods are used to treat issues such as sports injuries, degenerative diseases, tumors, infections, congenital disorders (birth defects), and any other trauma affecting the musculoskeletal system. Different subspecialties can include:
•    Shoulder/elbow surgery
•    Foot/ankle surgery
•    Spine surgery
•    Surgical sports medicine
•    Arthroplasty (joint reconstruction)
•    Hand surgery
•    Hip replacement
•    Many more

This branch of medicine deals with all issues regarding the eyes. This can include medical or surgical treatment, depending on the problem. Different subspecialties cover conditions such as:
•    Glaucoma
•    Cataracts
•    Pediatric ophthalmology/strabismus (misalignment of the eyes)
•    Retina tears
•    Laser eye surgery
•    Refractive surgery
•    Oculoplastics (reconstruction of the eye and associated structures)
•    Many more

Weight loss or bariatric surgery helps to deal with excessive weight that is affecting the physical health of an individual that cannot be remedied by changing diet and exercise alone. Candidates for this type of surgery are usually older adults and those who are very obese. Additionally, they often have secondary health problems because of their weight, such as Type-2 diabetes. Forms of this type of surgery include:
•    Gastric bypass
•    Gastric bands
•    Gastric sleeves
•    Duodenal switch

When a patient is suffering from organ failure, sometimes the only option to cure them is to receive an organ transplant. In an organ transplant procedure, a donor organ is received from another person and placed in the body of the patient who needs it. Kidney transplants, for example, are the most common type of organ transplant globally every year. Although there are treatments for renal diseases, the most cost-effective way to not only cure kidney disease, but improve quality of life for patients, is organ transplantation.

Other transplants include procedures such as a bone marrow transplant, which replaces unhealthy bone marrow with healthy bone marrow. Diseases like aplastic anemia, certain genetic diseases, and blood cancers like leukemia are often treated with this procedure. There are two types of transplants: autologous and allogeneic. An autologous transplant uses the patient’s own blood-forming cells, while an allogeneic transplant uses donor blood-forming cells–usually from a family member, but these cells can also come from an unrelated donor or an umbilical cord blood unit.

An ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to capture live images from inside the body. This diagnostic testing is often used on pregnant women to check the health of an unborn child, but it can also be used to determine if there are problems internally with organs such as the gallbladder, liver, kidneys, ovaries, spleen, and others. Common types of medical testing include X-rays, MRIs, endoscopy, biopsy, and analysis of bodily fluids, such as blood or urine.