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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a lung disease caused by damage to the lungs over a long period of time, usually due to smoking. Symptoms include coughing and shortness of breath, and because it takes many years to see symptoms, COPD occurs most often in people over 60 and gets worse over time.

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Chronic rhinosinusitis, or sinusitis, is a common medical condition affecting about 10-15% of people. Symptoms of sinusitis include: 

  • headaches
  • facial pain
  • dental pain
  • bad smell in the nose
  • nasal blockage and or nasal drainage
  • fatigue
  • reduced sense of smell

Treatment can be very effective, but unfortunately, many patients suffer for long periods of time before seeking help. 

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In the second and third month of pregnancy, the tissues that make up the baby's lip and palate (roof of the mouth) typically fuse together. A cleft lip can result when these tissues in the face and mouth don’t join together properly, causing a split in the lip.

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Cleft Lip And Palate

In the second and third month of pregnancy, the tissues that make up the baby's lip and palate, or roof the mouth, typically fuse together. A cleft lip and palate can result when these tissues don’t join together properly.

The following departments treat patients with Cleft Lip and Palate:


In the second and third month of pregnancy, the tissues that make up the baby's lip and palate (roof of the mouth) typically fuse together. A cleft palate happens if the tissues in the face and mouth don’t join together properly.

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