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Asthma refers to the allergic reaction of respiratory tract due to chronic inflammation of the respiratory tract, swelling or narrowing bronchial mucosa that causes bronchial spasm and difficulty in breathing.
Ultrasound, by using the difference in breast tissue density, converts the depth of echo waves into the image of tissues to distinguish whether there is any abnormality in the chest.
Catheter ablation is used to diagnose and treat cardiac arrhythmias.
Permanent pacemaker is an electronic device that is generally implanted into the subcutaneous muscle tissue. When the heart beat is too slow and produces discomfort, or there are other special therapies required, the permanent pacemaker will transmit electronic impulse to the heart and stimulate heart contraction.
Name of Medical Device: Coronary Artery Drug-Eluting Stent
For most adults, when their blood pressure level reaches or excesses 140/90 mmHg, they are considered hypertension.
Doctors utilize Trans-esophageal echocardiography, which provides better view of the left atrium thrombus, atrial septal defect, aortic dissection, and mitral valve prolapsed, to withdraw detailed information of your heart.
The definitin of chronic cough is that people had cough more than 3 weeks without obvious evidence of pulmonary disease. Cough is often the symptom that patients seek for help.
Non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) includes "adenocarcinoma," "squamous cell carcinoma," "large cell carcinoma," and "bronchoalveolar carcinoma." NSCLC often produces excessive levels of the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR), which contributes to the rapid growth, metastasis and drug resistance of cancer, resulting in sharp deterioration of the patient's condition.