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  1. A burn evaluation examines moderate to severe burn injuries. It looks at how deep in the skin ... burn evaluation? A burn is a type of injury to the skin and/or other tissues. The ...
  2. ... a concussion, a type of mild traumatic brain injury. Treating a concussion can prevent long-term brain ... concussion . A concussion is a type of brain injury caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to ...
  3. ... with diabetes for these problems, which include infection, injury, and bone abnormalities. Nerve damage , known as neuropathy, ... your feet. So if you get a foot injury, like a callus or blister , or even a ...
  4. ... most often used to diagnose and monitor muscular injuries and diseases. These diseases include: Muscular dystrophy , a ... tissue. It can be caused by a serious injury, muscle disease, or other disorder. The test can ...
  5. ... common in older people and can cause serious injury. Learn more. ... impaired vision . Many falls cause at least some injury. These range from mild bruising to broken bones , ...
  6. ... These proteins help your blood to clot after injury. Learn more. ... blood. When you get a cut or other injury that causes bleeding, your coagulation factors work together ...
  7. ... your body will dissolve the clot once your injury has healed. With a blood clotting disorder , clots ... form when you don't have an obvious injury or don't dissolve when they should. These ...
  8. ... process that helps you stop bleeding after an injury. There are two types of platelet tests: a ... bleed too much after a cut or other injury that causes bleeding. A higher than normal platelet ...
  9. ... headaches. It can cause nausea and dizziness. Head injury . You may get vertigo or other balance symptoms after a head injury. Medicine side effect . Dizziness can be a side ...
  10. ... acting like a cushion against sudden impact or injury to the brain or spinal cord. CSF also ... a CSF analysis if you've had an injury to your brain or spinal cord, or have ...
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