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Transient global amnesia

When your memory suddenly disappears, it can be frightening — but transient global amnesia is typically temporary and harmless.


Dense breast tissue: What it means to have dense breasts

Find out what it means if your mammogram report says you have dense breast tissue. Learn about additional breast cancer screening tests to consider.


Ischemic colitis

Ischemic colitis occurs when a part of the colon experiences a decrease in blood flow. It can cause serious complications but usually resolves on its own.


Blood thinners: Can I still get blood clots?

These medications must be taken exactly as directed to prevent blood clots.


Avascular necrosis (osteonecrosis)

A broken bone or dislocated joint can block blood flow to the bone, causing bone tissue to die.


Carcinoma of unknown primary

In this uncommon and aggressive type of cancer, doctors aren't sure where the cancer began. Learn how they determine which treatments are most likely to help.


Solitary rectal ulcer syndrome

Solitary rectal ulcer syndrome is a rare condition that's often linked to chronic constipation. Learn more about symptoms and treatment.


Frontal lobe seizures

In this common form of epilepsy, the seizures stem from the front of the brain. They can produce symptoms that appear to be psychiatric.


Patellar tendinitis

Jumper's knee — a common knee injury — affects the tendon that stretches from the kneecap (patella) to the shinbone.


Broken foot

A severely broken foot may require surgery to implant plates, rods or screws into the broken bone to maintain proper position during healing.


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