Did you know that 1 in 10 adults are thought to have hematochezia? What are the causes and treatment options? Find out what you should do if you find fresh red blood in your stool with Dr. Vincent Ho.Read More
Vomiting blood (hematemesis) can potentially be very serious, and is cause to seek immediate medical attention. However, the type of vomitus, quantity of blood vomited up, and medical history/examination are all important factors in determining the severity and outlook of the condition.Read More
A swallowing difficulty (dysphagia) is an important and common issue. In this Q&A, Dr. Vincent Ho explains the different types of dysphagia, ways to obtain a diagnosis, and possible treatment pathways.Read More
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