Zika Virus Could Destroy Brain Tumours, Scientists Hope

Zika virus infection is most popular infection in these days because its a non- curable disease only precaution is solution. “Zika virus infection in babies and children is a major global health concern, and the focus has been to discover more about the virus to find new possible treatments. "Necessity is the mother of invention" is … Continue reading Zika Virus Could Destroy Brain Tumours, Scientists Hope

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Amazing: Scientist Transformed Spinach leaves in Human Heart

Its true, Spinach becomes heart tissue. A new surprising study is done by scientist. We knew that there are so many benefits of spinach like boosting immune power, haemoglobin, bone, skin and eye power etc. But We didn't think like that Its convert in human heart. Spinach leaves can be used as a platform for beating … Continue reading Amazing: Scientist Transformed Spinach leaves in Human Heart

Mastectomy Procedure: An Overview and Coding guideline

  Mastectomy is the removal of the whole breast. Mastectomies are primarily performed to remove or prevent breast cancer. Why do we perform Mastectomy? Mastectomies are used for Following cancerous and non cancerous conditions : Non-invasive breast cancer - This cancer forms in the milk ducts but has not yet spread out into the rest … Continue reading Mastectomy Procedure: An Overview and Coding guideline

Surgical Procedure Term for Integumentary System

Adjacent Tissue Transfer :- An Adjacent Tissue Transfer is a medical procedure wherein flat sections of healthy skin and other tissues are transferred or transplanted to the area adjacent to a skin defect. These sections of tissue are called local flaps and are used to cover up defects or lesions on the surface of the skin. This … Continue reading Surgical Procedure Term for Integumentary System

Adjacent Tissue Transfer: An Overview & coding Guideline

Adjacent Tissue Transfer (Rearrangement procedures) involve the transfer or transplantation of healthy, flat sections of skin or other tissue adjacent to a wound, scar or other lesion. ATT includes moving a part of skin from one area to an adjacent area, while leaving at least one side of the flap (moved skin) intact to retain … Continue reading Adjacent Tissue Transfer: An Overview & coding Guideline