Summer is upon us, meaning more American’s will be spend time vacationing and participating in outdoor activities. Before your patients engage in any outdoor activities, be sure to educate them on the many dangers of sun exposure
Arteries carry blood from the heart to the body and veins return it. The retina contains one major artery and one major vein, called the central retinal vein. When branches of the vein become blocked, blood and fluid spills out into the retina, causing inflammation, damaging nerve cells and resulting in loss of vision.
Mastocytosis is an uncommon accumulation of mast cells in the skin and other parts of the body that can cause itching, pain and other symptoms. Learn more below about this rare condition, symptoms and treatment.
Hemiplegic migraines (HM) can affect your entire body and cause startling symptoms. There are a lot of factors to consider when managing and diagnosing HM and it is important to consult your provider with any concerns.
Febrile seizures can be a very scary and alarming experience, especially since they can occur so unexpectedly and to very young children. While a child may very well outgrow febrile seizures by the time they reach 6 years of age, the fear of damage caused by such events is always a concern.