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Caesarean sectionCancerCarbon monoxide poisoningCarcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) testCardiac catheterisation and coronary angiographyCardiomyopathyCardiovascular diseaseCarotid endarterectomyCarpal tunnel syndromeCartilage damageCataract surgeryCatarrhCavernomaCavernous sinus thrombosisCellulitisCerebral palsyCervical cancerCervical ribCervical screeningCervical spondylosisCharcot-Marie-Tooth diseaseCharles Bonnet syndromeChemotherapyChest infectionChest painChiari malformationChickenpoxChilblainsChildhood cataractsChipped, broken or cracked toothChiropracticChlamydiaCholeraCholesteatomaChorionic villus samplingChronic fatigue syndrome (CFS/ME)Chronic kidney diseaseChronic lymphocytic leukaemiaChronic myeloid leukaemiaChronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)Chronic pancreatitisChronic traumatic encephalopathyCircumcision in boysCircumcision in menCirrhosisClaustrophobiaCleft lip and palateClinical depressionClinical trialsClostridium difficileClub footCluster headachesCoated or white tongueCoccydynia (tailbone pain)Coeliac diseaseCognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)Cold soresColicColonoscopyColostomyColour vision deficiency (colour blindness)ColposcopyComaCommon coldCompartment syndromeComplementary and alternative medicineComplex regional pain syndromeConcussionCongenital heart diseaseConjunctivitisConsent to treatmentConstipationContact dermatitisCornea transplantCorns and callusesCoronary angioplasty and stent insertionCoronary artery bypass graftCoronary heart diseaseCorticobasal degenerationCosmetic proceduresCostochondritisCoughCoughing up blood (blood in phlegm)CounsellingCradle capCraniosynostosisCreutzfeldt-Jakob diseaseCrohn's diseaseCroupCT scanCushing's syndromeCuts and grazesCyclical vomiting syndromeCyclosporaCyclothymiaCystic fibrosisCystitisCystoscopyCytomegalovirus (CMV)

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