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Angiography and angioplasty are two procedures that save lives. Angiography When a person suffers from angina or chest pain or coronary artery disease which is narrowing of the coronary arteries then that person is at an increased risk of having myocardial infarction, which is known as heart attack. In order to determine the extent of risk of having a heart attack the physician may recommend a procedure that will identify any serious issues related to cardiac condition before they progress. This procedure is known as angiography. An angiography is an examination of arterial blood vessels to look out for blockages in blood circulation. This procedure allows doctors to look at blood vessels in great detail using X-rays. If the doctors locate a narrowed portion or stenosis of a blood vessel during the angiography procedure they may stretch it or widen it straightaway using a procedure called an angioplasty. The angiography…

Also known as Piles, hemorrhoids are collections of inflamed tissue in the rectum. Piles comprise of blood vessels, support tissue, muscle, and elastic fibers. They can have a range of sizes. Piles may be internal or external. Internal piles are located between two and four centimeters above the opening of the anus. They are the more common type. External hemorrhoids occur outside on the edge of the anus. Many people have piles, but the symptoms are not that common. Piles usually don’t require treatment, but sometimes, it can grow big and doesn’t heal on its own. In such cases, treatment is necessary. Normally, the symptoms of piles are not serious and resolve on their own after a few days. Symptoms If you are suffering from piles, you may experience the following symptoms: A hard, possibly painful lump around the anus. If it contains coagulated blood, then it will be called…

A liver transplant is a procedure that is performed to replace a diseased liver of a person with a healthy liver from another person. The liver may come from a dead organ donor or from a living donor. Individuals who are unrelated but make a good match or family members may be able to donate a portion of their liver. This type of liver transplant is called a living transplant. People who give a portion of their liver can live normal lives with the remaining liver as it is the only organ in our body that can regenerate. A transplanted portion of a liver can regrow to normal capacity within weeks. There Are Two Major Types Of Liver Transparent Cadaveric Transplant: The majority of livers which are transplanted come from organ donors who have died. Organ donors are adults or kids who have become critically sick and will not survive…