Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) uses radiation beams to treat tumors in all parts of the body. Learn what to expect before, during and after this incision-free procedure.
Breast cancer staging helps your doctor select the most appropriate treatments.
Learn more about this stroke-related type of dementia that causes memory loss and reasoning problems. Prevention is possible, and good heart health is key.
Read more about what happens when the arteries leading to your kidneys become narrowed, as well as potential treatments for this condition.
This typically short bout of stroke-like symptoms doesn't cause permanent damage — but may serve as a warning sign of a future stroke.
Neurofibroma is a noncancerous nerve tumor that can appear anywhere in the body, forming soft bumps on or under the skin. Treatment may involve surgery.
Find out how to prepare and what to expect if your doctor has recommended a barium enema.
This group of uncommon disorders affects people who have cancer, and occurs when parts of the immune system attack parts of the nervous system.
Health tips from Mayo Clinic, featuring simple strategies for a healthy lifestyle.
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