Liposuction

The term “lipo” means fat or other lipids and “suction” means removal. Liposuction is the process of removing excess of fat from the body. It is a surgical procedure through which thin tubes are inserted into the skin through which fat is pumped out. The doctor would move the tube to the target area where there is excess of fat. These small tubes are called cannulas which are inserted into the body by multiple small incisions for removing fatty deposits. A medical vacuum suction is used for breaking up the fat particles that can be removed easily.

Baby Rashes

Infant (new born) needs time to adapt itself to the new environment as soon as it gets released from the mother’s womb. Skin rashes are likely to develop on infants within few days since the skin has to accustom to totally different atmosphere. Most of the baby rashes are harmless and fades away on its own without any treatment. There are many types of baby rashes ranging from milia to diaper rashes and more severe forms of urticaria (hives). Lack of proper hygiene is the main cause for baby rashes.

Inflamed Liver

Liver is considered to be the second largest organ in your body. It is located on the right side of the abdomen and is well protected by the rib cage. The liver has two lobes namely right lobe and left lobe. Its main task is to filter the impurities present in the blood before sending it other parts of the body. Many important functions of the body depend on the health of the liver which makes it a vital organ in our body.

Plantar wart

A plantar wart is a hard lesion or bump that grows on the heels area of your feet. They form a thick layer on the skin called callus and can cause pain and discomfort. HPV virus causes planter warts and they penetrate the skin through tiny cuts or wounds on the feet. Plantar warts are of no concern as long as they do not cause pain. They are benign (harmless) skin growth on the feet developing due to viral infection. You can get it removed either by medication or by surgical procedure.

Strep Throat

At some point of our life each one of us would have developed strep throat. The throat becomes scratchy and sore due to bacterial infection. Strep throat infection is common in young children and it is to be treated with antibiotics to prevent any complications. It can cause throat pain, sore throat and inflammation of throat and tonsils. If left untreated for long time, strep throat can cause scarlet fever and inflammation of kidneys.