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Being pregnant with a-fib raises your risk of blood clots. But medications used to prevent blood clots aren't always safe during pregnancy. Know how your treatment might change.
If you've started needing ibuprofen, acetaminophen or other over-the-counter pain medications daily, consider adding these self-care approaches — and work with your doctor to form a safe, sustainable plan.
Fuchs' dystrophy can cause eye pain and vision problems that worsen over time. Medications can help symptoms, but surgery may offer long-term relief.
Intracranial venous malformations are abnormally enlarged veins in your brain. Find out more about diagnosis and treatment of this neurological condition.
Find out what to expect during a 3D mammogram to look for breast cancer. Learn how this newer test compares to a standard mammogram.
A laser retina scan can complement a traditional eye exam, but it's usually not necessary.
In sclerosing mesenteritis, tissue in the abdomen becomes inflamed and scarred. Learn about symptoms, diagnosis and treatment for this rare condition.
Pseudoaneurysm may be a complication of cardiac catheterization.
Learn more about how to prepare for this painless diagnostic test that creates detailed pictures of the inside of the body without using radiation.