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Arrhythmia ablation and cryoablation are procedures used to treat heart rhythm diseases with high frequency radio waves or by freezing the heart muscle.
Artery bypass surgery is a surgical procedure in which an alternative pathway is created for blood flow to reroute your blood supply around a blocked artery.
Arthroscopic surgery, also known as arthroscopy, is a minimally-invasive procedure used to diagnose and treat joint conditions. Originally, arthroscopy was used primarily in the diagnosis and planning phases of a traditional open surgery. However, as arthroscopic instruments and surgical techniques have become more advanced, more conditions are now being treated arthroscopically.
Learn more about arthroscopic surgery and the conditions treated with this procedure at Northwell Health.
Atherectomy is a surgical procedure in which a catheter with a sharp blade is used to remove plaque from a blood vessel.
A baclofen pump is a pump and catheter system that is implanted under the skin near the spine for the treatment of spasticity of the spinal cord.
Balloon dilation, also known as balloon valvuloplasty, is an interventional cardiac catheterization procedure commonly used to open blocked heart valves.
A barium enema, also called a lower GI series, involves filling the large intestine with diluted barium liquid while X-ray images are being taken. Barium enemas are used to diagnose disorders of the large intestine and rectum
Basal joint reconstruction surgery is a procedure for people with advanced "wear and tear" arthritis in the basal joint of their thumb that has not improved with nonsurgical approaches.
Learn about Bell's palsy and related treatments at the Nerve Disorders Center, part of the Northwell Health Institute for Neurology and Neurosurgery.