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When one of the small glands inside the anus becomes blocked and develops an abscess, that abscess may develop into a fistula which is a small tunnel connecting the infected glad inside the anus to an opening on the skin. While most fistulas result from anal abscess, some may be caused by trauma, cancer, diverticulitis, sexually transmitted disease, tuberculosis or Crohn’s disease.

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Anemia happens when there are not enough red blood cells, the cells that carry oxygen, in the body. There are many causes, from illness like cancer to heavy menstrual bleeding. Symptoms can include fatigue, chest pain, shortness of breath and more, and can go undetected at first but worsen as anemia progresses.

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The most common of emotional disorders, anxiety disorders affect millions of people. Anxiety disorders include panic disorder that brings an overwhelming combination of physical and psychological distress; phobias that might be a specific extreme fear of an object or situation, significant discomfort with social situations; a fear of heights; or any other excessive or persistent fear of an object, situation or activity.

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The most common of emotional disorders, anxiety disorders affect millions of people. Symptoms may include overwhelming panic and fear, obsessive thoughts, painful memories, recurring nightmares and an array of physical symptoms like feeling ill, heart palpitations, muscle tension and startling easily. Anxiety disorders include panic disorder which brings an overwhelming combination of physical and psychological distress; phobias, significant discomfort with social situations; or any other excessive or persistent fear.

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Aortic Aneurysm

An aortic aneurysm is weakening and/or bulging in aorta, the major blood vessel that branches off from the heart and carries blood to the body. Caused by high blood pressure (hypertension), connective tissue disorders or genetics, the aneurysm can rupture (dissection), causing a life-threatening emergency. 

The following departments see patients with an Aortic Aneurysm:


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