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Distended Bowel

A distended bowel occurs when the abdomen becomes enlarged beyond its normal size. There are several reasons why the condition may develop, and it is usually just uncomfortable, but at times the patient may feel some pain. The causes of the condition vary, even if the symptoms are fairly universal. The fact that the causes […]

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Pharyngitis

Pharyngitis is a condition marked by inflammation of the pharynx which is located at the back of the throat. The condition is commonly known as sore throat. It usually causes scratchiness, pain, and/or irritation in the throat which typically aggravates at the time of swallowing. Pharyngitis is most commonly caused by viral infections like flu […]

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Otitis Interna

The condition of inflammation of the inner ear is medically termed as otitis interna. It is different from otitis media, i.e., infection of the middle ear, or otitis externa, i.e., infection of the external ear. Inner ear infection is also rarer than otitis externa or otitis media. Another name for otitis interna is labyrinthitis. Inner […]

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Tingling in Right Arm

Tingling is a prickly feeling or sensation. Tingling in right arm can occur due to nerve constriction, injuries, vascular conditions, or other factors. Additional symptoms experienced by patients include numbness, weakness of right arm and fingers, etc. Treatment of tingling in right arm is done as per underlying cause. As it can occur due to […]

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Walking Corpse Syndrome

Walking corpse syndrome is a rare neuropsychiatric mental disorder wherein affected people suffer from delusions of being dead, decomposition of their bodies, ceasing of their existence, and loss of all their important organs and/or blood. Some patients have stated that they can even smell their own decomposing/rotting flesh. Contradictorily, some patients incorrectly believe that they […]

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Filiform Wart

Filiform wart is an elongated, thin, flesh-colored, and non-malignant growth in skin. The skin outgrowths are shaped unusually like filiform protrusions and hence the name. It is caused due to infection by the HPV or human papilloma virus. Filiform warts usually form on the face, specifically on the eyelids, lips, and neck. They may also […]

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Cephalohematoma

Cephalohematoma refers to hemorrhage or bleeding under the skin surface present between the skull and periosteum. It typically occurs in newborns. The layer of thin membrane that covers the external surface of the skull is known as periosteum and is home to varied blood vessels. Hemorrhage occurs due to tearing of these blood vessels. Even […]

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Global Hypokinesis

Global hypokinesis is a disease that affects the heart. It is termed global because it affects all the parts of the heart including the ventricles, walls, arteries, tissues and the membranes. The condition weakens the heart and can cause severe or mild blockage of the coronary arteries. Regional cardiac weakness is different from the global […]

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Black Period Blood

Most women experience the menstrual cycle once they clock the puberty and stops after menopause. Interestingly most women do not have correct facts concerning their cycle. The menstrual cycle occurs when the uterus walls thickens in preparation for pregnancy. Failure to get pregnant results in the shading of the uterus lining together with the blood. […]

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Noonan Syndrome

Noonan is condition that alters the normal appearance of the face and body statute. Noonan syndrome is a congenital disease meaning that it dates from birth. It is always evident but its detection may depend with its severity. Noonan syndrome does not select the race or the sex of an individual. Noonan syndrome begins at […]

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