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Finland has achieved considerable success in the early diagnosis of breast cancer and has become one of the top three countries in the treatment of breast cancer, with a 5-year survival rate of 92 per cent.
Finnish hospitals provide technologically advanced examination and treatment of the most severe heart defects and certain other rare heart diseases. Operations models make it possible to admit and treat patients quickly.
Finland is one of the leaders in diagnosing infertility thanks to the advanced equipment in Finnish clinics and the experience and professionalism of Finnish fertility specialists.
The major advances in neurosurgery in recent decades have occurred in the field of microsurgery, and include significant developments in medical imaging and improvements in intensive care.
Finnish ophthalmology is well-known for its scientific reliability and its excellent recovery record. Great importance is attached to modern equipment and the continuous enhancement of the skills of its medical personnel.
The achievements of Finnish orthopaedists are known throughout the world. World-famous footballers and many other International sportsmen, have chosen to become the patients of Finnish orthopaedists.
Finnish paediatric units and hospitals provide the widest range of specialized healthcare for children and adolescents. Paediatric surgery, child neurology, advanced medical investigations, and the diagnosis and management of rare diseases are all performed by experienced paediatricians.
In Finland, radiotherapy is frequently used in oncology with good results. It can be used for example as the final stage therapy for breast or brain cancer or after other surgical and chemotherapeutic treatment.
Reconstructive surgery is challenging and demanding. It corrects all kinds of deformities on the face and the body. Congenital defects, radical cancer surgery and big traumas are the most common reasons for these deformities.
Rehabilitation requires special skills, and hence physiotherapy is regarded as a branch of medicine in Finland. Physiotherapists specialize in a complex of treatment methods, such as manual therapy, massage, lymphotherapy, physical training and aquatherapy.