Read about tips for reducing heart disease as well as cholesterol questions and answers with one of our cardiologists, Dr. Sandeep Garg.
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If you or your family member need an MRI, CT scan, Ultrasound or X-Ray, you have options when it comes to choosing where you have imaging performed. Cost, quality, availability, ease and comfort are all important factors in helping you to choose where to get your imaging.
For patients undergoing treatment for breast cancer, deciding on a surgical option can be a distressing experience. Fortunately, when surgeons work together to collaborate on a course of treatment, patients have a smoother experience with better outcomes and feel more supported throughout the process. With all the recent advancements in breast cancer reconstruction, collaboration between surgeons has become an important part of patient care. At The Oregon Clinic, our general surgeons work in tandem with our plastic surgeons to ensure patients receive the best treatment possible and help them feel less victimized by cancer.
Like many men his age, when Don turned 50, his primary care physician began testing the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels in his blood, a common screening method for prostate cancer.
Burn injuries are a significant problem in the United States. In 2016, there was an estimated incidence of 486,000 burn injuries receiving medical treatment and 3,275 people dying from fire or smoke inhalation.
Dr. Hetal Fichadia, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon at The Oregon Clinic Plastic Surgery, recently traveled to Veraval, India for a surgical mission trip. Over the course of about four days, Dr. Fichadia and three local plastic surgeons treated nearly 70 patients with significant medical issues who could not otherwise afford surgery or treatment.