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Nov
21

Congenital Heart Disease Can be Detected By Ultrasound

Congenital heart disease affects about one percentof total live births, and most of them require surgery.This disease can already be detected usingultrasound since the baby was 20 weeks in the womb. When pregnancy is diagnosed when the doctorperforms the surgery measures illness was notserious defects. Detection of congenital heart defects can also be done when the baby is born.

Nov
21

8 The disease is characterized Tingling

Most people never experience tingling when sitting with legs crossed for too long or fall asleep with his head crushed. This condition also occurs when the pressure on the nerve that goes well. However, the anesthesia disappear when the pressure is gone. Pins can also indicate a large number of diseases such as diabetes mellitus, hypertension, pinched… Continue reading »