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Hepatitis C | Nucleus Health

If you have Hepatitis C, your liver is inflamed because you have been infected with the Hepatitis C virus. Your liver is the largest organ inside your body and performs many important functions. The functional parts of your liver are called hepatic lobules. Your hepatic lobules filter all of the

Inguinal Hernia (2009)

Inguinal Hernia (2009)

>>(narrator) An inguinal hernia is the abnormal protrusion of abdominal contents, such as the intestine, through an area of weakness in the groin muscles. The protruding intestine resides in what is known as a “hernia sac.” In some cases, untreated hernias cause complications. For example, if part of the intestines

Craniotomy and Craniectomy

Craniotomy and Craniectomy

Your doctor may recommend a craniotomy or craniectomy procedure to treat a number of different brain diseases, injuries, or conditions. Your skull is made of bone, and serves as a hard, protective covering for your brain. Just inside your skull, three layers of tissue called meninges surround your brain. The

Cancer Treatment: Chemotherapy

Cancer Treatment: Chemotherapy

if you have cancer [your] doctor may recommend Chemotherapy as part of your treatment The Cell’s Nucleus controls this process Inside each nucleus genetic material called Dna contains the instructions for directing this process sometimes the cells Dna becomes damaged Normally the DNa responds by either repairing itself or instructing

Incision Care Discharge Instructions | Nucleus Health

Incision Care Discharge Instructions | Nucleus Health

Please watch the entire video before caring for your incision. This video will teach you how to care for your incision. An incision is a cut made in your skin during an operation. The edges of your incision may be held together with stitches, staples, skin glue or skin closure