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80% of overweight people are affected by fatty liver
Fatty liver is a typical civilization disease. Originally, we distinguish between alcoholic (AFLD) and non-alcoholic fatty liver (NAFLD), the latter being, as its name suggests, caused by excessive alcohol consumption. Hereinafter, we would like to deal a little more not with this type, but with non-alcoholic fatty liver. This disease affects more than 20% of the population, the proportion in developed western countries can be as high as 40-50%, while in Africa it is less than 10%.
Screening tests are suspended!
Dear Patients, Due to the epidemiological situation in Hungary, screening tests are suspended at Swiss Medical’s Buda and Pest clinics in accordance with EMMI (Ministry of Human Capacities) regulations. Specialist examinations are provided in case of complaints, considering the urgency.
Cervical cancer is the second most common malignancy in women after breast cancer, so cervical cancer screening is one of the most important screenings for women on a regular basis. Most often it occurs between the ages of 30 and 60. It usually develops very slowly and usually has no symptoms at an early stage. The first symptoms usually occur when the developing tumour has already filtered through the cervical muscle and/or spread to the surrounding tissues.
Recommended dental treatments for pregnant women
If you regularly attend treatments designed for pregnant women during pregnancy, you can prevent the deterioration of oral hygiene during pregnancy and subsequent breastfeeding.
Coronavirus – important information
Due to the spread of the coronavirus on the 11th of March 2020, the Hungarian government ordered extraordinary measures countrywide. The measures do not disrupt the operation of the Swiss Clinic medical offices and the Swiss Premium medical centers, therefore our services are still available and our opening hours remain unchanged. Our emergency care also operates continuously (0-24 hours). Our staff is prepared for the current situation, strictly adheres to the regulations and does everything possible to maintain the safety of health care.
Most women, when they hear the term epidural anaesthesia, think of alleviating pregnancy and childbirth pains. Fewer people are aware of the use of this procedure in gynaecological surgery, and there is a lasting way to relieve this type of pain in patients with tumours.