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Intestinal ischemia

Learn more about what happens when blood flow to part of the digestive system is reduced, and how this serious condition is treated.


Eisenmenger syndrome

There's no cure for this serious complication of a heart defect, but treatments help control symptoms and improve quality of life.


LABAs for asthma — Should I stop taking them?

Long-acting beta agonists (LABAs) — Understand the benefits and risks of these asthma medications.


Axona: Medical food to treat Alzheimer's

Axona — Can a supplement treat Alzheimer's disease?


Tuberous sclerosis

Tuberous sclerosis is a rare genetic disorder that causes noncancerous (benign) tumors ― unexpected overgrowths of normal tissue ― in parts of the body.


Breast cysts

A firm, round lump in breast tissue could be a fluid-filled cyst. Typically not cancerous, breast cysts often need no treatment.


Uterine fibroids

Learn about these common noncancerous growths and what to do if you experience symptoms such as heavy menstrual bleeding.


Horner syndrome

An interruption in the nerve signals from the brain to the eye causes Horner syndrome, affecting the eye and face on one side.


Mammogram guidelines: What are they?

Latest Mayo Clinic mammogram guidelines for breast cancer screening.


Paraneoplastic syndromes of the nervous system

This group of uncommon disorders affects people who have cancer, and occurs when parts of the immune system attack parts of the nervous system.


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