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Detailed information on actinic keratosis, including causes and treatment.
A successfully transplanted kidney works like a normal kidney to filter your blood. You won't need dialysis. But you will need to take medicines to keep your new kidney healthy.
Learn what to expect after knee arthroscopy.
After knee arthroscopy, your surgeon may prescribe physical therapy. This can help relieve pain, increase range of motion, and improve strength.
You and your healthcare team will assess how well you can care for yourself at home. You may need friends, family, or a home health aide to help with chores and errands.
Swelling is common after total knee replacement, but there are steps you can take to minimize the amount of swelling you experience.
After knee replacement, your healthcare team will help you how to sit up, stand, and use the bathroom safely.
You can keep your knee healthy by knowing the right moves and avoiding the wrong ones. Some activities may be permanently restricted.
Your healthcare team will monitor your progress after your surgery. Be sure to let them know how you feel and how well your pain is controlled. You may also receive medicines, such as antibiotics and blood thinners.
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