OHSU Healthcare Topic Search: Emergency Medicine
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Radiology has become highly specialized, as have most other medical and surgical specialties. The current trend is for radiologists to become specialized in a particular discipline, such as cardiology (the study and treatment of the heart) or neurology (the study and treatment of the brain and nervous system).
List of online resources to find additional information on environmental medicine
List of online resources to find additional information on common poisonings and injuries of children
You take your kids to the pediatrician for tummy aches and fevers, but a pediatrician does a lot more than care for sick children. This doc is responsible for your child’s physical, mental, and emotional well-being—in sickness and in health.
Glossary of terms relating to surgery
Hippocrates, the father of medicine, first recognized stroke over 2,400 years ago. At this time stroke was called apoplexy, which means "struck down by violence" in Greek.
This is the time to ask questions: What are the expected results? What are the possible risks and complications? How long will the surgery take?
A woman with a multiple pregnancy needs more calories and nutrients, more frequent prenatal visits, and more rest.
Detailed information on traveling with HIV
Detailed information on emerging infectious diseases and how travelers can minimize their risk of infectious diseases