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New Feeds
A Comprehensive Look at Hip Replacement

The hip is a crucial joint that supports the body's weight, enables movement, and maintains balance. Functioning well allows us to walk, run, and engage physically.
Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery

Dr Christopher Ng (obstetrician & gynaecologist) offers advanced complex laparoscopic surgical procedures for the benefit of his patients. Gynaecological laparoscopies are new surgical techniques that allow a wide variety of procedures ...
Head & Neck Cancer

The main different kinds of neck and head cancers are cancer of the oral cavity, oropharygeal cancer, cancer of the nose, cancer of the ear and cancer of the eye.
Gynaecology
Ultrasound Guided Injections

Ultrasound guidance of infiltrations in the management of chronic pain allows the physician to make visual the advance of the needle and the diffusion of the analgesic agent in and ...
Enhancing Hernia Awareness for Occupational Well-being

In specific vocations, the connection between job-related strains and an increased susceptibility to hernias is evident.
Haemorrhoids

Haemorrhoids, also known as piles, are symptomatic arteriovenous vessels in the anus and lower rectum. They can be classified into two categories: internal and external.
Ear and Nose Throat Center
Good Colonic Health

Maintaining optimal health of the colon requires a holistic approach. No part of the body exists in a vacuum, and overall good health is required for all the body’s ...
Angioplasty Suitability

Angioplasty is an invasive procedure and there are possible complications, although these are relatively infrequent. The risk depends on many individual factors which will be discussed with your cardiologist before ...
Skin Cancer Examination

While it is common to have new moles when you are in your 20s and 30s, moles that start appearing in those who are in their 50s onwards should be ...
Ruth Kam Heart & Arrhythmia Clinic
Robotic Thyroidectomy

When Ms Tan (not her real name), a 36-year old administrative assistant, was diagnosed with a thyroid nodule(a fleshy lump) last year, the conventional option then was open surgery ...
Diabetes

Diabetes is more than having too much sugar in the blood or urine. It is a metabolic disease that causes a wide range of inflammatory conditions.
Diabetes Management

To prevent heart disease (and other complications) from arising, it is important for diabetics to manage their sugar levels well. A good diabetes management plan looks at controlling your blood ...
Suffering from Acne Problem
Piles

Piles can be caused by ageing, pregnancy, squatting, constipation or even just sitting on the toilet bowl for extended periods.
Types of Scars

Acne scars, pigmented scars on the legs, surgical scars and keloids are the most common types of scars.
Fibroids

Fibroids are commonly diagnosed on pelvic ultrasound scans. Computerized tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can also be employed but are more costly. Hysterosonography uses sterile saline to expand ...
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