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Bone densitometry assesses the bone mass of bones in your spine, pelvis, forearm and thigh. It reveals bone density and mineral content and is useful in diagnosing osteoporosis.
Diabetes insulin pump therapy is used to administer controlled, fast-acting insulin in the treatment of diabetes mellitus. It’s designed to be a safer alternative to multiple daily injections of insulin via syringe.
Hormone therapy as a cancer treatment may involve taking medications that interfere with the activity of the hormone or stop the production of the hormones. Hormone therapy may involve surgically removing a gland that is producing the hormones.
As a brain tumor treatment, endoscopic surgery is less invasive than traditional open surgical techniques and results in a faster, less painful recovery for the patient. The endoscope also allows the surgeon to see areas all around the tumor.
Checking blood glucose levels regularly with glucose monitoring devices is vital to proper diabetes management. Management has been simplified in the home setting using a variety of glucose monitoring devices that minimize the steps to obtain an accurate blood sugar count.
Intensive insulin management therapy takes an aggressive approach to blood glucose management. It involves setting specific goals for maintaining blood sugar levels within a certain range before and after meals.
Nutritional counseling is important after being diagnosed with diabetes. It is vital that each patient understands the role he/she plays in staying healthy and controlling diabetes complications through proper nutrition, diet and healthy eating habits.
Parathyroidectomy is the surgical removal of one or more of the parathyroid glands. It is used to treat hyperparathyroidism.
Ultrasound-guided thyroid biopsy of the thyroid nodules are used to diagnose thyroid cancer. The procedure involves taking a sample of a thyroid nodule with a needle for examination under a microscope.