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An antegrade continence enema, or ACE, is a different way to give an enema. Enemas can help someone poop if they become constipated or have another problem moving their bowels.
Doctors order the factor IX activity test to help diagnose or monitor the treatment of hemophilia B.
This minimally invasive procedure helps doctors perform diagnostic tests on the heart and even treat some heart conditions.
Cardiac stents are very small mesh wire tubes that hold blood vessels open so that blood can flow through the vessels normally. Find out about the procedure to place a stent.
Casts keep bones and other tissues in place while they heal. Here's what to expect, and how to care for casts.
A central line, or central venous catheter, is much longer than a regular IV. Doctors use them to give medicine, fluids, blood, or nutrition to patients.
Many babies are delivered via cesarean sections. Learn why and how C-sections are done.
Dialysis is a medical treatment that can take over the job of cleaning the blood when the kidneys can't.
Embolization is a procedure in which plugging material or a plugging object is put into a blood vessel to block it. It's used to help treat many conditions.
Epilepsy surgery is an operation done on the brain to reduce or stop seizures.