16 Bizarre Birth Defects

Black Fly Presents 16 Bizarre Birth Defects Number One: Infant Roona Begum from Tripura India was conceived with Hydrocephalus. Her head developed up to 94 centimeters in circumference and she went through treatment and surgery. Hydrocephalus is an uncommon issue otherwise called “water on the brain.” It is regular in newborn children however it can […]

BRCA1 Or BRCA2 Positive Women- Dr. David Margileth

>>>DR. DAVID A. MARGILETH: In patients that are BRCA-1 or BRCA-2 positive, a decision is often made to do bilateral mastectomy since their risk of future breast cancer is so high, and more importantly, after childbearing has been completed, those patients should have their ovaries removed because ovarian cancer is a much more serious cancer […]

Human Papillomavirus | HPV | Nucleus Health

Human Papilloma viruses, also called HPVs, make up a group of over 100 related viruses that infect people. Most HPVs can cause common skin warts, usually on the hands or feet. However, about 40 types of HPV affect the genitals, which are the sex organs on the outside of the body. These HPVs cause the […]

Fibroids and Their Treatment | IMPROVING FERTILITY | Fibroids and Pregnancy | Womens Health

hello viewers welcome to our Channel today dr. Sumina reddy is with us consultant fertility specialist and laparoscopy surgeon at le bateau hospital’s Banjara Hills hello dr. ho a doctor and good doctor can you please explain what is fibroids fibroids are benign growths that arise out of the uterus they are seen in about […]

Urinary Tract Infections, Animation.

A urinary tract infection, or UTI, is an infection in any part of the urinary system — the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. An infection of the urethra, or urethritis, may cause burning sensation when urinating and cloudy discharge. A bladder infection, or cystitis, may result in pelvic pain, frequent, painful urination, and blood in […]

Urinary Incontinence in Women, Animation.

Urinary incontinence is twice more common in women than in men. About one out of three women over the age of 60 is estimated to be incontinent. Pregnancy, childbirth, hormonal changes during menopause, and anatomy of the urinary tract account for this difference. Urine is produced in the kidneys and stored in the urinary bladder. […]

ICD-9 Diagnosis Codes for Twin Pregnancy: Delivery & Modifiers

Alicia: Okay, Rahul had asked a question about twin pregnancy. It’s not really covered in detail on the Blitz videos but he wanted a little more guidance on it and says, “Can you please guide about pertaining to delivery and modifiers?” So what we worked up here, let’s see. Okay, we had gotten some information […]

Obstetrics and Gynecology – Intrapartum Care: By Melanie Ornstein M.D.

Intrapartum Care involves the care of both the mother and fetus during labour and delivery including the first one hour following birth. The goal of care is a healthy mother and baby. When a woman presents in labour, it is essential to review her obstetrical, medical and surgical history, confirm the gestational age, and GBS […]

Pelvic Prolapse | Nucleus Health

Your pelvic organs are held in place by muscles and tissues in your pelvis. If these muscles and tissues weaken or tear your pelvic organs may prolapse, or drop down, into your vagina. If your bladder and urethra prolapse into your front vaginal wall, you have a cystourethrocele. Your doctor may recommend an anterior colporrhaphy, […]

ICD 9 Code for Pregnancy — Pregnancy Coding Tips

Oh right, medical coding for pregnancy. I really like this because this is one of the most common questions that I get when Iím teaching. Pregnancy can be really intimidating because thereís so many codes that are involved. One of our PBC students had stated, ìHow many codes do I need when I code a […]