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Mohs Surgery and Plastic Surgery – Hows Does This Work in Orange County? by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Fri 04 Mar 2011 10:30am Mohs surgery is surgery for the removal of skin cancer which is common in Orange County due to our “sun sitting tendencies.” It is mostly offered by dermatologists and is specifically designed to remove the cancer with a low recurrence rate. Derms generally perform it under straight local (numbing shots in the office) and it is quite profi ... Read on »
Mohs Surgery Makes Holes Plastic Surgeons Repair – Picture Alert by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Tue 01 Dec 2009 12:00am Occasionally people ask about Mohs surgery. This is a type of surgery that mostly dermatologists perform to remove skin cancer. Its success is operator dependent and can create large wounds as the idea with most cancer surgery is to remove a cancer entirely. Large wounds particularly in sensitive areas like the tip of the nose can involve ... Read on »
Day 2 with a Nose Bandage from MOHS Surgery by Cindy M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:05am It's a conversation starter, for sure. The owner of the next-door coffee shop, Toasters, made a joke about me getting into a fight. Enes, a Bosnian transplant to Salt Lake City, runs the Cheers bar of coffee shops -- the place where everyone knows your name -- and the banter is fit for sitcom t.v.! Enes's wife, Muberra, was far more empathetic and ... Read on »
Cost of Orthognathic Surgery - Get Information and Cost Guidelines … by Dr. Syed L. Doctor of Dentistry Posted Mon 31 Aug 2009 10:08pm For patients not covered by health insurance, the typical cost of orthognathic surgery ranges from about $20000 to $40000, including initial consultations, the surgeon’s fee, facility fee and materials and follow-up care. .. Originally posted here: Cost of Orthognathic Surgery - Get Information and Cost Guidelines … Read on »
Low cost surgery abroad = BIG costs for our NHS by Peter Beard Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Jun 2009 6:42pm We’ve visited this topic before, but being splashed all over the internet, papers and radio, we thought it was worth another post on here: the NHS is having to foot the bill for people’s cosmetic surgery procedures that have gone wrong abroad, due to incompetent or inexperienced practitioners. We cannot stress enough the importance of doin ... Read on »
MTS Announces Dermatology Transcription Services at Reduced Rates by MTS Transcription Services Posted Thu 05 Sep 2013 9:00am MTS Transcription Services is offering competitively priced dermatology transcription services to help practices manage their documentation workload. Tulsa, Oklahoma: An experienced medical transcription company based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, MTS Transcription Services has carved a niche for itself in this highly competitive field.The company has a ... Read on »
Bone growth Agents (Bone Putty) Increases Spinal Surgery Costs - Study by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 03 Jul 2009 2:06pm The story has been out about some of the information on the benefits of spinal putty to enhance bone growth from one physician, but I can’t help but think of this as being nothing but a benefit.  As the article states with spinal surgery, the other alternative is to use chips from a patient’s pelvic bone, so now we are cutting at 2 areas.  As lo ... Read on »
Arizona Man Travels to New Zealand for Shoulder Surgery – Cost was 1/6 of US Customary Charges by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 30 Dec 2009 9:46pm The price for his procedure included surgery, doctors' fees, hospital fees, airfare, local transportation and local accommodations. He did have to take some time to prepare and have testing done here in the US before making his trip.  He states he had been on pain medication for over 6 years for the shoulder pain and it was time to have the su ... Read on »
How Much Will Your Surgery Cost? Hospitals Can't Tell You by outofpocket Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 18 Apr 2010 12:20pm A new research paper from The Healthcare Blue Book entitled Surgery Pricing Secrets: The Challenges Patients Face, shows that it is almost impossible to get prices ahead of time if a patient plans to have surgery in a hospital. Healthcare Blue Book researchers found that: § It took three times as many ph ... Read on »
Man With 132 Pound Scrotum Finally Has Surgery and Gets Relief..Could Not Afford the Cost And Had to Find A Way… by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 21 Aug 2013 2:38am You have to watch the videos and it was almost overnight that his scrotum grew to the size of a melon, and each month afterwards it added on another 3 pounds until it got to the point where it was before surgery.  He was finally able to have the surgery to remove it.  This was a rare condition and again watch the video and see how hard it was f ... Read on »