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Myopathies: Treatment

The treatment of myopathies is multidisciplinary and depends on the type of myopathy. Certain types of myopathies can be treated with immune-suppressant agents and IVIG. Most myopathies require the use of supportive services, such as physical and occupational therapy, pulmonary medicine, cardiology, dietary management, and speech/swallowing

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Knee Pain: Causes, Treatment

Treatment for knee pain depends on what’s causing it and how uncomfortable it makes you. Mild knee injuries often improve with rest, ice and anti-inflammatory medications. Wearing a brace can stabilize your knee while it recovers. If arthritis is causing knee pain, your treatment may include medication and physical therapy.

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Diabetes Insipidus: Treatment

Treatment for nephrogenic diabetes insipidus is more complicated and sometimes involves a combination of approaches. If the condition is caused by medication, sometimes it’s treated by changing the medication. Anti-inflammatory drugs, water pills, and …

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Proctitis Symptoms & Treatment

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Overbite: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

Management and Treatment What are treatments for overbite correction? Overbite correction is different for children and adults. If an overbite is caught during childhood, treatment may involve: Growth modification devices, or palate expanders, used during growth spurts to re-position the jaw. Braces to slowly move all the teeth into correct

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Lichen Sclerosus: Treatment, Symptoms & Causes

Lichen sclerosus is a chronic (lifelong) condition. Treatment for lichen sclerosus can relieve symptoms, but they may come back. For some people, genital scarring can cause problems going to the bathroom or having sex. Some of these problems may be severe.

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Kyphosis: Symptoms, Types, Treatments

Treatment for postural kyphosis and Scheuermann’s kyphosis may include regular X-rays to monitor the curve, physical therapy and, in some cases, a back brace. For congenital kyphosis (and severe Scheuermann’s kyphosis), spinal fusion surgery can relieve pain and correct the curvature.

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Angular Cheilitis: Symptoms, Treatment, Cracked Corner of

Angular cheilitis is a common skin condition. It leads to cracking and irritation at the corners of your mouth. Angular cheilitis can have a variety of causes. If you develop irritation at the corners of your lips, talk to your healthcare provider. An accurate diagnosis is the first step toward effective treatment.

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Milia (Milk Spots): Causes, Treatment

Secondary milia happen after the skin is damaged in some way – burns, rashes, blisters, excessive exposure to sunlight. The milia develop as the skin heals. Another name for secondary milia is traumatic milia. They can also be caused by a reaction to a heavy skin cream or ointment.

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Perimenopause: Age, Stages, Signs, Symptoms & Treatment

Treatment can decrease pain related to sex and relieve vaginal dryness. Your healthcare provider will discuss the risks and benefits of perimenopause treatment with you and recommend the best option based on your needs.

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Blisters: Causes, Treatment, Prevention

Management and Treatment How do I treat blisters? Blisters generally heal on their own within a few days. You can do a few things at home to make them more comfortable: Wash the area gently with a mild soap. Apply antibacterial cream or ointment. Cover the blister with a bandage or gauze. Be sure to change the bandage at least once a day.

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Chronic Pain: What Is It, Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

The best treatment plans use a variety of strategies, including medications, lifestyle changes and therapies. If you have chronic pain and depression and/or anxiety, it’s important to seek treatment for your mental health condition(s) as well. Having depression or anxiety can make your chronic pain worse.

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Blepharitis: Treatment, Causes & Symptoms

Root cause treatment. It’s important to treat root causes that trigger blepharitis, in addition to soothing symptoms. Skin conditions — such as dandruff — or eye ailments — such as dry eye — can lead to blepharitis recurring more often. In these cases, a dandruff shampoo or eye drops for dry eyes may help.

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Burns: Types, Symptoms & Treatment

Treatment also includes extra fluids (usually given intravenously, with an IV) to keep blood pressure steady and prevent shock and dehydration. What are the complications of burns? Third-degree burns that are deep and affect a large portion of skin are very serious and can be life-threatening.

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Broken Ankle (Ankle Fractures): Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Ankle fracture treatment depends on factors such as the number of ankle bones broken. Not all broken ankles require surgery, but all broken ankles require some level of care to heal. You probably won't need surgery if you have a stress fracture. You might need a brace or cast to support your ankle while it heals.

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Liver Spots: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Management and Treatment How are solar lentigines treated? You usually don’t need treatment for solar lentigines. But you may want to lighten their appearance for cosmetic reasons. Liver spot treatment might include: Topicals: You may use over-the-counter or …

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Dysuria (Painful Urination): Treatment, Causes & Symptoms

Treatment for dysuria depends on the cause of your pain/burning sensation. The first step in your treatment is to determine if your painful urination is caused by infection, inflammation, dietary factors, or a problem with your bladder or prostate.

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Trichomoniasis: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatments

Stopping treatment too soon or engaging in sexual contact before the infection is gone can lead to reinfection. Your healthcare provider can also offer suggestions for preventing future STDs. Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print. Last reviewed by a …

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Dissociative Disorders: Types, Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Treatment of dissociative disorders usually consists of psychotherapy, with the goal of helping the person integrate different identities, and to gain control over the dissociative process and symptoms. Therapy can be long and difficult, as it involves remembering and learning to deal with past trauma.

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Tonsillitis: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments

The treatment you receive depends on the infection’s cause. While the symptoms of viral tonsillitis and bacterial tonsillitis can be similar, their treatments are different. What is the treatment for strep throat? Strep throat (tonsillitis caused by bacteria) is treated with an antibiotic medication. Antibiotics require a prescription from

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Stye (Sty): What Is It, Causes, Treatment & Prevention

But treatment for both conditions is similar. It’s common to have a stye on only one eyelid, but it is also possible to get styes on both lids. How common is a stye? Styes are very common and occur equally in all races and genders. However, styes may be more common in adults than children simply because the oil in an adult’s oil glands is

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Mumps: Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

Treatment focuses on treating symptoms to make the person as comfortable as possible. These treatment steps should be the following: Drink plenty of fluids. If the glands are swollen and causing discomfort, ice or heat packs can help ease the pain.

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Anal Fistula: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

Management and Treatment What are the treatments for an anal fistula? Surgery is almost always necessary to cure an anal fistula. The surgery is performed by a colon and rectal surgeon. The goal of the surgery is a balance between getting rid of the fistula while protecting the anal sphincter muscles,

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Epididymitis: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments

Epididymitis usually does not cause any long-term problems. Most men who are treated for the condition start to feel better after 3 days, though discomfort and swelling may last weeks or even months after finishing antibiotic treatment. It is important to finish the entire treatment recommended by your doctor.

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Hyperoxaluria: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Outlook

Treatment can be started before any symptoms or organ damage occurs. To reduce the chance of recurrent kidney stones, chronic kidney disease or end-stage kidney disease, patients with secondary hyperoxaluria should follow the treatment plan outlined by your doctor.

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Orchitis: What Is It, Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Management and Treatment How is orchitis managed or treated? Orchitis symptoms typically start to ease within a couple of days without treatment. But it can take weeks or months for the swelling to go away completely. If a bacterial infection or STD causes orchitis, you’ll need treatment. This may involve 10 to 14 days of oral antibiotics. If

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Malaria: Symptoms, Treatment, Causes, Prevention and Signs

Treatment for malaria should start as soon as possible. To treat malaria, your provider will prescribe drugs to kill the malaria parasite. Some parasites are resistant to malaria drugs. The type of medication and length of treatment depend on which parasite is causing your symptoms.

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Kleptomania (repetitive stealing): Symptoms, Causes

Management and Treatment How is kleptomania treated? Psychotherapy (a type of counseling) is the main treatment for impulse control disorders. The goal of therapy is to help the person understand why he or she acts on the impulse, and to learn how to respond to the urges in a more appropriate way.

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Personality Disorders: Types, Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis

Treatment varies depending on the type of disorder, but psychotherapy (a type of counseling) is the main form of treatment. In some cases, medication might be used to treat extreme or disabling symptoms that might occur. Medications that might be used include antidepressants, anti-psychotics, anti-anxiety drugs, and impulse-stabilizing

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Root Canal: What Is It, Diagnosis, Treatment, Side Effects

Root canal treatment is a dental procedure that relieves pain caused by an infected or abscessed tooth. During the root canal process, the inflamed pulp is removed. The surfaces inside the tooth are then cleaned and disinfected, and a filling is placed to seal the space. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center.

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Diphtheria: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

Treatment can start even before the lab test results are confirmed. Your doctor will prescribe diphtheria antitoxin to stop damage to organs and antibiotics, typically penicillin or erythromycin, to fight the infection. People with diphtheria are kept in isolation to prevent others from becoming infected. An infected person is no longer

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Atypical Depression: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Outlook

Your treatment may vary depending on the condition’s severity. Treatments for atypical depression include: Antidepressant medications to help regulate your brain chemistry; Lifestyle changes such as exercising or quitting alcohol or recreational drug use; Psychotherapy (talking with a mental health professional) to:

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Polio (Poliomyelitis): What Is It, Symptoms, Causes & Vaccine

Management and Treatment How is polio treated? While there’s no cure for polio, and no way to prevent paralysis, some things may keep you more comfortable: Fluids (such as water, juice and broth). Heat to soothe the muscles. Medications that relax the muscles, also called antispasmodic drugs.

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Pubic Lice (Genital Crabs): Symptoms, Treatment

Pubic lice, also called crabs, are tiny insects that live on your pubic hair, near the genitals. You can get genital crabs through close contact, such as sex. Crabs can cause intense itching, but are treatable and don’t cause serious health concerns. Pubic lice treatment usually involves special shampoos or creams to destroy the lice.

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Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments

Endovascular treatment of an aneurysm is a minimally invasive option using cerebral angiography to access the aneurysm. The decision on which treatment is best depends on the characteristics of the aneurysm and overall health of the patient. The surgical team will discuss these options and recommendations for which treatment is best.

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Retractile Testicle: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, and

Management and Treatment How is a retractile testicle treated? In most cases, a retractile testicle does not need to be treated. It will often descend into the scrotum on its own without any medical help. Most cases of retractile testicle will end by the time the boy reaches puberty.

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Seborrheic Keratosis: What Is It, Causes, Risks & Treatment

Seborrheic keratosis is a common benign (noncancerous) skin growth. It tends to appear in middle age and you may get more as you get older. Seborrheic keratoses are not pre-cancerous, but they can resemble other skin growths that are.

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Gastritis: Indigestion, Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, Diagnosis

Treatment for gastritis varies depending on the cause. Certain medications kill bacteria, while others alleviate indigestion-type symptoms. Your healthcare provider might recommend: Antibiotics: Antibiotics can treat the bacterial infection. You may need to take more than one type of …

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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: Symptoms, Treatment, Prevention

Prompt treatment can reverse the effects of CO poisoning. However, there is a risk of permanent damage to the brain and heart, which need a lot of oxygen. CO poisoning can also damage the reproductive system and an unborn baby. Both have rapidly …

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Membranous Nephropathy: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Recovery

Treatment for MN depends on the type and cause. If you have primary MN and the levels of protein in your urine are not severe, your kidney function is stable and you have not had a complication of MN (such as a blood clot ), your nephrologist may choose to use the following treatments without medications to suppress your immune system for six

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Respiratory Alkalosis: What Is It, Treatment & Prevention

The treatment for respiratory alkalosis depends on the underlying cause and it needs to be determined by a medical professional. If breathing is under control but you have other alkalosis symptoms, it’s important to get a timely evaluation.

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Blood in the Urine (Hematuria): Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

The treatment of hematuria depends strongly on the actual cause of blood in the urine. The information collected from the medical history, physical exam, and any test results will be used to determine the best treatment option. For hematuria that is caused by a UTI, for example, a common treatment is the use of antibiotics. These antibiotics

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Priapism: Causes, Treatment, Diagnosis & Outlook

Symptoms and Causes What causes priapism? Sickle cell anemia: Some adult cases of priapism are the result of sickle-cell disease.Approximately 42% of all adults with sickle-cell will eventually develop priapism. Medications: A common cause of priapism is the use and/or misuse of medications, including drugs such as Desyrel® (used to treat depression or as a sleeping aid) or Thorazine® (used

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Cardiovascular Disease: Heart Disease Causes and Symptoms

Without appropriate treatment, cardiovascular disease can lead to heart attacks or strokes. You can make lifestyle changes or take medications to manage cardiovascular disease. Earlier diagnosis can help with effective treatment. Many people live a full and active life with a cardiovascular disease.

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Adjustment Disorder: What Is It, Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Adjustment disorder is an excessive reaction to a stressful or traumatic event. Stressors could be a relationship issue, job problem, health change, or any other negative or positive life event. Symptoms improve with time. The main treatment is talk therapy, but some providers might recommend medications like anti-anxiety drugs.

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Uveitis: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment & Types

Most people who get prompt treatment for uveitis have little, if any, long-term vision problems. Treatments can stop disease progression and restore lost vision. Severe forms may need long-term treatment. Severe disease is more likely to cause vision loss or even blindness.

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Broken Finger (Finger Fracture): Symptoms, Diagnosis

Broken Finger. A broken finger is a common bone break. It occurs due to injury or weakened bones. Your provider will use X-rays to diagnose finger fractures. Treatments usually include splints or surgery, for more severe fractures. Broken fingers generally heal well after treatment and rehabilitation. Appointments & Access.

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