Dermatologists at The London Clinic diagnose and treat acne early and effectively so that we can prevent acne scarring as much as possible.
Acute stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is disrupted, injuring brain cells and tissues. Acute stroke damages the brain and is a physical injury; for this reason GPs and specialists often call a stroke a brain attack, as it is similar to a heart attack but occurs in the brain.
Addison's disease is a rare condition in which the adrenal glands stop working. With careful management, the right medication and expert support, sufferers can live active lives. The London Clinic offers first-class care by leading endocrinologists to help you control your condition, optimise your health, and prevent an Addison's crisis.
Advanced breast cancer, also known as metastatic breast cancer or secondary breast cancer, means cancer that has spread from the breast to other areas of the body.
Anaemia is the most common type of blood disorder in the UK with a wide variety of causes. Each cause gives rise to a different form of anaemia, and responds to different forms of treatment, so it’s essential that it’s diagnosed accurately. The London Clinic offers high-tech diagnostics and treatment from top haematologists.
Anaphylaxis, also known as anaphylactic shock, is an extreme allergic reaction that can be life-threatening. Anyone experiencing anaphylaxis should receive immediate medical attention.
Aphasia is a condition in which the person affected becomes unable to use or understand language effectively. It is primarily a language disorder that leads to problems in word-finding, word recognition and grammar.
Arteriovenous malformations or (AVMs) occur at the point where arteries and veins meet. In someone with a healthy circulatory system, blood passes from one type of small capillary to another without problem. In someone with an AVM, the blood vessel junctions have not formed correctly and this can cause excessive bleeding.
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