Month: February 2013

Fall Risk High for Those With HIV

Middle-aged patients infected with HIV appear to have a high risk for falls. A study found that multiple comorbidities, medications, and functional impairment were predictive of falls. Researchers suggested that fall risks be...

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The Pros & Cons of Robotic Bladder Cancer Surgery

Robotic-assisted surgical removal of the bladder is becoming increasingly popular for treating bladder cancer, despite being more expensive than traditional surgery. Benefits of the robotic approach include smaller incisions and...

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Cerebral Aneurysms: Analyzing the Treatment Shift

Ruptures of cerebral aneurysms lead to subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) and are associated with substantial mortality and morbidity. Previous research has indicated that the rupture rates of aneurysms vary with size, location, and...

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