Crohn S Disease

Details Descriptions About :: Crohn S Disease  Crohn’s disease, also known as regional enteritis or granulomatous colitis, is inflammation of any part of the GI tract (usually the terminal ileum), extending through all layers of the intestinal wall. It may also...

Spinal Cord Injury

Details Descriptions About :: Spinal Cord Injury  Spinal injuries include fractures, contusions, and compressions of the vertebral column, usually as the result of trauma to the head or neck. The real danger lies in spinal cord damage—cutting, pulling, twisting, or...

Fungal Infections

Details Descriptions About :: Fungal Infections  Fungal infections of the skin are often regarded as superficial infections affecting the hair, nails, and stratum corneum (the dead top layer of the skin). Fungi infect and survive only on the nonviable keratin within...

Ulcers

Details Descriptions About :: Ulcers  Ulcers, circumscribed lesions in the mucosal membrane extending below the epithelium, can develop in the lower esophagus, stomach, pylorus, duodenum, or jejunum. Although erosions are often referred to as ulcers, erosions are...

Asthma

Details Descriptions About :: Asthma  Asthma is a reactive airway disorder characterized by inflammation and episodic airway obstruction. Such obstruction results from bronchospasms, increased mucus secretion, and mucosal edema. It’s a type of chronic...

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