Conditions & Treatments
Conditions & Treatments
18 Results Related to "Type 1 Diabetes"
Gestational diabetes is glucose intolerance that develops during pregnancy, worrisome because it can affect the health of both mother and baby.
Diabetes affects 1 in 11 Americans. If you have diabetes, your body is either not producing insulin or is not using it properly.
Diabetes in Children
Juvenile (type 1) diabetes requires monitoring and treatment but, if managed well, doesn't interfere with a child's ability to enjoy a full life.
Lab Testing With Quick Results
Laboratory tests that used to take days to come back can now be performed instantly and accurately, using point-of-care tests.
Celiac Disease (in Children)
Celiac disease is a digestive disorder in which the small intestine becomes inflamed and damaged by gluten, a protein found in many grains.
Celiac disease is a digestive disorder triggered by foods that contain gluten.
Stroke, a blockage of blood flow to the brain, can cause symptoms ranging from barely noticeable to disabling to death. Fast treatment is vital.
Stiff Person Syndrome
Stiff Person Syndrome is a rare autoimmune and neurological disorder, usually affecting adults ages 30 to 60, that causes muscle rigidity and spasms in the torso and limbs.
Acute Kidney Injury
Acute kidney injury is an episode of sudden kidney damage or failure.
Carotid Artery Disease Imaging
Diagnostic radiology can detect carotid artery disease, the narrowing or blockage of the blood vessels transporting blood to the brain, face and neck.
An enlarged prostate, or benign prostatic hyperplasia, is a common condition affecting men over 50. While uncomfortable, BPH is not life threatening.
If you've had a heart attack or some type of heart surgery, cardiac rehabilitation can provide individualized attention, care, and support during your recovery.
Pediatric Incontinence (Enuresis)
Bedwetting and daytime incontinence can run in families or be a result of certain medical or psychological conditions. Proper diagnosis and treatment is needed.
Pediatric Kidney Transplant
Kidney failure in children can be caused by birth defects and genetic conditions; a kidney transplant can be safe and effective treatment.
Kidney transplants offer many benefits over dialysis, including freedom to travel, fewer dietary restrictions and, most importantly, improved survival.
Living Donor Organ Transplantation
Most kidneys and livers used in transplantation come from individuals who have died, but this doesn’t provide enough organs. So living donors are needed.