This state-of-the-art procedure involves inserting specially designed surgical instruments into the chest cavity through small incisions to remove a lobe of your lung.
If you are diagnosed with symptomatic fibroids (noncancerous tumors of the uterus), a vaginal hysterectomy may be an appropriate treatment option.
If you have epilepsy and are still experiencing repeated seizures despite medication, you may be a candidate for vagus nerve stimulation.
For painful and unattractive varicose veins, Jefferson vascular surgeons perform the Closure® procedure, a minimally invasive treatment.
This procedure uses a combination of contrast dye and X-rays to visualize the veins in the legs to diagnose deep vein thrombosis.
A VAD is a mechanical device that is used to take over the pumping function for one or both of the heart's ventricles and may be required to support the heart in order to ensure the amount of blood pumped out by the heart per minute is enough to meet the body's needs.
Vestibular therapy rehabilitates the brain, body and eyes to decrease symptoms and improve balance, coordination and mobility.
This is an evaluation that can be done during the endoscopic swallowing evaluation of your throat during an office exam.
If you are experiencing problems with your balance or you are feeling dizzy, this test will help determine if a vestibular (inner ear) disease is behind the cause of your problem.
Vision therapy corrects or improves visual conditions caused or exacerbated by concussion.
Vocal fold medialization restores voice for patients suffering vocal fold weakness or paralysis. Options for vocal fold medialization include injection and thyroplasty.