Our physicians carefully monitor primary hyperparathyroidism to ensure calcium levels and bone density levels are normal and that kidneys are functioning properly.
Pulmonary hypertension is challenging to diagnose as it can be confused with other conditions of the heart and lungs which is why it's best to see a specialist.
Prostate cancer overview from the leading urologists at Jefferson in Philadelphia. Our nationally ranked urologists and prostate cancer specialist can help provide answers to questions on the signs of prostate cancer, symptoms, treatments, and discuss the importance of prostate cancer screenings.
If you are experiencing swelling, or infection, of the prostate gland, consult one of our physicians for a thorough evaluation and treatment.
Our team of digestive disease physicians is experienced in diagnosing pseudocysts - and distinguishing them from cancerous cysts.
Our dermatologists specialize in treating red, itchy, flaky skin that is a result of psoriasis.
Our rheumatologists will work in conjunction with our dermatologists to provide the combined treatments you need to find relief for psoriatic arthritis.
A pulled hamstring is a common sports injury that can be diagnosed and treated by our expert physicians and therapists.
A disorder characterized by abnormally high blood pressure in the small blood vessels of the lungs is known as pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH), a specific type of pulmonary hypertension.
Our medical team has the specialized expertise to treat a pulmonary embolism before it becomes a potentially life-threatening condition.