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Chronic Subdural Hemorrhage (Hematoma)

The brain has three layers of tissue, with its outermost layer, which is adjacent to the skull, referred to as the dura. Chronic subdural hemorrhage is a condition in which blood slowly leaks beneath the outermost layer of the dura, occurring in about 25% of people who suffer head injuries, often developing 3-4 weeks after an accident involving severe shaking or impact to the head.

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Beat the Heat

Summer is a time for fun in the sun, but it is important to be aware of the risks that come with extreme heat. Protect yourself and loved ones from heat-related illnesses.

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Follow your heart

We aim to be a state-of-the-art medical facility in all areas of cardiology, including coronary artery disease, arrhythmia, advanced heart failure and heart transplantation, structural heart disease, cardiogenetics, congenital heart disease, cardiac screening, and preventive care.

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