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This common complaint can result from an injury or medical condition. Physical therapy and braces can help, but sometimes surgery is needed.
Seeing two images of an object, also known as double vision.
Find out about symptoms and treatment for toxic hepatitis — liver inflammation caused by exposure to certain substances, such as alcohol or medications.
Learn about the symptoms and causes of cancer that spreads to the bones. Find out about treatments, including medications, radiation and surgery.
Surgery may provide relief from epileptic seizures when medications aren't working.
These headaches are sudden and severe, and can warn of a life-threatening condition — so seek immediate medical attention.
Living wills and other advance directives describe your treatment preferences in end-of-life situations when you can't speak for yourself.