Problems with digestion and non-specific stomach pain are some of the most common complaints that patients present with to their general practitioner. Although not well known among many patients, Crohn’s and Ulcerative colitis are two of the most common types of Inflammatory bowel disease, which are caused by chronic / long term inflammation of the digestive tract. Although they present very similar, there are key differences between them; and understanding these differences are essential in diagnosis and treatment .
Covid-19 restrictions and fears around general health and safety have drastically reduced the number of women who came for breast cancer screening in 2020.
COVID-19 significantly impacts on the number of breast cancer screenings during Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Medical Group, Keystone Radiology, says Covid-19 restrictions and fears around general health and safety have drastically reduced the number of women who came for breast cancer screening during October, which is dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Join Keystone Medical this month in creating awareness around this common health condition and learn more how you can join the fight against diabetes.
On face value, your feet touch the ground whenever you are standing, walking or running. Our feet are extensions of our legs, which help move you. Our feet are the foundation of our bodies, which means keeping your feet healthy, keeps you healthy.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Dr Pieter Henning speaks to Pretoria FM regarding screening and prevention measures available.
When identified early, breast cancer responds better to treatment, has higher survival rates, better recovery, less need for surgical intervention and less expensive treatment.
Listen to the interview where Specialist Radiologist Dr Pieter Henning shares some valuable information regarding Breast Cancer, Screening and what you need to know with Radio Laeveld.
Specialist Radiologist Dr Pieter Henning shares some valuable information regarding Breast Cancer, Screening and what you need to know with ‘Die Groot Ontbyt’ Team
Mammography has proven to reduce breast cancer mortality rates drastically and remains the Gold Standard for Breast Cancer screening for women over the age of 40 years. According to the 2015 American Cancer Society guideline update, early detection of breast cancer through Mammography, significantly reduces the mortality rate of women at average risk for breast cancer
Thank you to SABC News for the feature of our Mobile Breast Cancer Screening Unit. Our unit is currently located in George until the 14th October and contains a state-of-the-art digital mammography system and well as breast sonar modalities.
We are live on Channel Africa. Specialist Radiologist Dr Pieter Henning will shares some valuable information regarding Breast Cancer, Screening and what you need to know.
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers, among South African women. 1 in every 25 women is likely to be diagnosed, with breast cancer in their lifetime. Doctors are encouraging women to go for regular screenings because early detection helps with treatment. Dr...