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This is a novel, emerging technique which uses minimally invasive angiography to shrink the prostate by selectively starving it of its blood supply.

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Fibroids are common, benign tumours that grow in the uterus and are found in over 70% of women at some point in their lifetimes. They rarely turn cancerous and are only problematic when they cause symptoms including pain, heavy periods or infertility amongst others.

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Pelvic congestion syndrome is a cause of chronic pelvic pain in women. It is typically described as worse after prolonged periods of standing or straining.

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A varicocele is an abnormal enlargement of veins around the testicle. They are relatively common occurring in approximately 15% of men and are commonly asymptomatic.

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PleurX devices are designed specifically for patients with chronic recurrent accumulation of fluid in the abdomen (ascites) or chest (pleural effusion).

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Varicose veins are distended malfunctioning veins of the leg. Vein valves which are designed to ensure blood flows in one direction are faulty in varicose veins.

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PICC is an acronym for Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter. It is a plastic catheter that enters the body in a peripheral vein, usually the arm and has a tip in a large central vein, usually in the chest.

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A portacath or port is an implanted device that facilitates administration of medications directly to the large (central) veins of your body. This allows drugs to be given safely, reliably and with minimal injury to your venous system.

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