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2013-10-09 13:02:32

A study led by Dr. Anthony Traboulsee of the University of British Columbia and Vancouver Coastal Health to see whether narrowing of the veins from the brain to the heart could be a cause of multiple sclerosis has found that the condition is just as prevalent in people without the disease.

2013-09-19 23:21:39

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2013-09-19 13:19:57

Cardiologists are increasingly accessing coronary arteries by way of the wrist rather than the groin to insert life-saving stents into patients with blocked arteries.

2013-09-18 23:19:05

Founder, researcher, patent holder Pax Beale, through the nonprofit BodyForTheAges.Org announces its Prescription Method of Training for heart rehabilitation, available exclusively through the

Faster Hospital Care Not Leading To Fewer Heart Attack Deaths
2013-09-05 10:53:25

Although hospitals have been successful in getting treatment to heart attack victims more quickly, the rate of death has remained relatively unchanged, according to new research from the University of Michigan.

2013-09-02 10:16:37

The findings were presented at the ESC Congress today by Ms Stina Jakobsson from Sweden.

2013-08-15 11:57:15

There is no evidence that impaired blood flow or blockage in the veins of the neck or head is involved in multiple sclerosis.


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Interventional Radiology
2013-03-04 16:18:42

Interventional radiology (IR) is a special sub-operation under general radiology. It is used to find, diagnose and treat a disease in almost every body system. The process of interventional radiology is very noninvasive to help with the recovery and outcome of the procedure. It utilizes x-rays, CT, ultrasound, MRI, and other modes of imaging in order to direct tools in the body as well as a variety of catheters, narrow tubes, so that incisions can be minimalized. How it is Performed...

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