1. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms
Treatments: i) Watchful Waiting - Small AAAs (less than 5 centimeters or about 2 inches), which are not rapidly growing or causing symptoms, have a low incidence of rupture and often require no treatment other than watchful waiting under the guidance of a vascular disease specialist.
ii) Surgical Repair - The most common treatment for a large, unruptured aneurysm is open surgical repair by a vascular surgeon.
iii) Nterventional Repair - This minimally invasive technique is performed by an interventional radiologist using imaging to guide the catheter and graft inside the patient's artery.
2. Skin cancer
ii) Radiation therapy
iv) Photodynamic therapy