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When New York patients need to have a procedure or surgery done to improve their health, they are often most concerned with who their surgeon will be. What they may not realize, however, is that it is the nurses, including surgical and patient nurses, who get to know the patients best.

Read more: What surgical and office nurses do for patients

Tumors and blood vessels can undergo shifting by inches in the liver, which can make it difficult for surgeons to pinpoint the location of tumors when a patient is on the operating table. The position in which the liver is resting in the body during diagnostic imaging is different from how it is positioned when the patient is laying down during surgery. Patients in New York who have ailments related to an impaired liver may be interested to know that a technology has been created that can locate tumors in the organ, allowing doctors to bypass blood vessels during surgery.

Read more: Improved surgery for liver tumors

Cataract Surgery.jpgWhen the lens of your eye starts clouding over, you are said to be suffering from cataract. The condition leads to gradual vision loss over a long span of time.

Read more: Medical Malpractice: Botched Cataract Surgery

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