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How Is Hemangioblastoma Diagnosed

A diagnosis of hemangioblastoma is based on clinical symptoms, MRI and CT scan imaging, and genetic testing, if possible. A diagnosis of a hemangioblastoma is usually made based on your symptoms, findings on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and...

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The Vestibular Ocular Motor Screen

A physical therapist may use the Vestibular Ocular Motor Screen (VOMS) to determine the severity of a condition such as a concussion. If you are experiencing dizzy spells or vertigo after a concussion, you may be a candidate for vestibular physical...

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Causes and Risk Factors of Hypogonadism

Hypogonadism, caused by too little sex hormone in the body, can arise due to age, surgery, cancer treatments, and medications, among other causes. Hypogonadism occurs when your body doesn’t produce enough sex hormones. In children, this delays...

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What Is CLOVES Syndrome?

CLOVES syndrome is a rare disease that causes skin overgrowths in unborn children. Learn about the PIK3CA gene mutation and what to expect as a parent. CLOVES syndrome is an extremely rare congenital disease, which means that a person is born with...

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What Is Ocular Melanoma?

Ocular melanoma is an extremely rare form of cancer that affects the eye. Although rare, it is the most common eye cancer in adults. Learn more. Ocular melanoma (eye melanoma) is a rare type of cancer that affects various parts of the eye,...