close

Pathology Articles

credihealth

Neuroendocrine Tumor – Irrfan Khan Suffering From a Rare Kind Of Cancer

5 August, 2019
Views

<p>Do you know what is Neuroendocrine tumor? This is a rare type of tumor that develops from neuroendocrine cells. In other words, it is a condition in which neuroendocrine cells develop into tumors. In this post, we will describe the Neuroendocri...

credihealth

Suffering from Headache – Ayurvedic Treatment

29 October, 2018
264 Views

Headache is pain & aches in the region of forehead, scalp, behind eyes, temple & neck. It can be mild, moderate to severe & can be acute or chronic in origin. Nature of the pain can be throbbing, squeezing, pulsating, constant, unrelenting, or intermittent. In ayurveda, this is called as Shirashul. The primary reason of …

credihealth

Breast Cancer Stages, Diagnosis and Treatment

22 August, 2017
2497 Views

Breast cancer is a leading of death among women all over the world. However, it is surprising that if detected early, breast cancer is most often curable. Therefore, awareness about the various breast cancer stages can help in a timely and proper diagnosis and treatment. Screening & Diagnosis of Breast Cancer

credihealth

Frequently Asked Questions about Knee Replacement Surgery

2 March, 2017
2029 Views

Knee replacement surgery, also known as arthroplasty, is the process of recreating a complete knee by replacing the damaged knee cap with artificial plastic material that is conjoined with the existing knee cap portion to completely cover the joint area. The surgery is conducted by an experienced orthopedic surgeon and involves intricate bone recreation processes …

credihealth

Sushanth Kodela, CrediHero, Adreno Cortical Carcinoma Survivor

4 November, 2015
2355 Views

Sushanth Kodela was 24 years old when he found out he had rare cancer – Adreno Cortical Carcinoma. ” It all started when I discovered that there was a mild breast enlargement during my graduation days. I was very concerned about my body image and straight away headed to a physician

credihealth

How do I know I have Lung Cancer?

15 November, 2014
1064 Views

Cancer of the lung is not the easiest to diagnose in its early stages, primarily due to generic symptoms that could be mistaken for any other respiratory disease. Another hindrance in timely diagnosis is the patient himself/herself, who blames his/her own lifestyle for the ‘side effects’, and avoids timely diagnosis. However, it’s not all bad …

credihealth

Stomach Tumours – How curable is it?

20 March, 2014
827 Views

 What is a malignant stomach tumour ? The stomach is a hollow organ in the upper abdomen, part of the digestive system. Food reaching from oesophagus becomes liquid in the stomach before being pushed into the small intestine. The wall of the stomach is divided into five layers: Inner layer or mucosa Submucosa Muscle layer Subserosa Serosa …

credihealth

Back Pain? Take these Spine tests

10 March, 2014
901 Views

Diagnosing the exact cause of back pain can be difficult as back pain results from a variety of reasons – it could be muscular strain or have host of spinal causes like degenerative spine disease, wear and tear, anatomical defects, trauma, nerve compression, etc. A spine specialist needs to piece together patient history, physical exam, …

Home
Articles
Pathology