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Appendicitis is an inflammation of the appendix. The appendix is a small, four-inch-long tube-shaped piece of tissue situated on the lower right side of the abdomen. It remains attached to the colon. The most common symptom is severe pain in the abdomen. Therefore, it can be easily confused with other health-related symptoms. It is mostly seen in the 20s but can develop at any age. Although the symptoms might differ in case of adults and children individually. The function of an appendix is still unknown but when it tears, it has to be removed immediately to prevent any further life-threatening complications. Continue reading What Are The Common Signs And Symptoms Of Appendicitis?

A liver is the largest internal organ as well as largest gland of a human body. It is located below the diaphragm in the right side of the abdomen. It weighs around 3 pounds and is separated into two parts, right and left lobes. The liver is one of the most vital organs and plays an important part in the digestive system. Without the functions of the liver, a human being cannot survive. There are many important functions of a liver. These include the following:

Continue reading A Healthy Liver Is A Sign Of Healthy Metabolism.

A hernia occurs due to a weakness in the muscles of the abdomen or pelvis. A soft tissue bulges out through a weakened spot in the wall. Hernias generally do not go away on its own. It needs a proper and timely treatment in order to avoid the unfortunate. A hernia operation is one of the most requested surgeries at present. There are two main methods to perform the surgery- traditional open method and minimally invasive (laparoscopic) method.

Continue reading Tips For A Speedy Recovery After A Laparoscopic Hernia Operation

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