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Herbal Remedies for Genital Herpes Treatment

26th March 2010
The Herpes genital appears with small red circular erosions, which are small spot when broken with light pressure, run clear liquid. The lesion is painful. The genital herpes is probably the most common sexually-transmitted infection. The HSV-2 usually af... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

Know About Icd And Cpt Coding

19th March 2010
Know about ICD and CPT Coding ICD: - International Classification of Diseases, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM). The ICD-9-CM is maintained jointly by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (C... Read >
Author: Gen Wright

Deformities that Affect the Little Toe

25th September 2009
The fifth toe on our foot takes a lot of abuse largely thanks to the fashionable shoes we wear. This little toe is squeezed, squashed, smashed and shoved into footwear of all shapes and sizes. The unfortunate results are foot deformities and injuries that... Read >
Author: jane baron

Acne Home Treatment - Benzoyl Peroxide is a Magnificent Aid in Fighting Acne

19th August 2009
There are many treatments for acne available today, but the most commonly used treatment includes benzoyl peroxide. Many over-the-counter acne medications include benzoyl peroxide; however, the side affects may include dry, flaky and red skin. Many peo... Read >
Author: jeyanth

Skin Abscesses And Necrotizing Infections

03rd August 2009
Skin abscesses normally starts as a surface infection in and around hair follicles and it is called folliculitis. This disease is associated with bacteria staphylococcus aureus. In the follicle bacteria are well protected from the defence mechanisms of... Read >
Author: INNOCENT ONWUNZ

Get Rid of Recurring Oral Thrush For Good

19th May 2009
Dealing with recurring oral thrush can be very frustrating because it is sometimes hard to find a treatment that will stop the infection for good. Thrush is caused by the overgrowth of Candida fungus. Thrush or oral yeast infection is a painful and distur... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

Anesthesia Coding: Get the Correct Codes for Transesophageal Echocardiography

12th May 2009
The most common problem in anesthesia coding associated with billing and obtaining reimbursement for transesophageal echocardiography or TEE is determining whether the procedure is for diagnostic or monitoring purposes. It is often difficult to tell wheth... Read >
Author: Julia Rose

Top 5 Acne Pimple Home Remedies That Work

12th January 2009
A sudden out break of acne at the wrong time can be annoying and disturbing, most especially if you have got an important event or social gathering to attend. This is the major season why we have so many people looking for fast and cheap ways to quickly c... Read >
Author: yommys01

Detailed Information on Nodular Melanoma

17th October 2008
Nodular melanoma is the second most common type of melanoma. Nodular melanoma is known to present with bigger thickness than the other subtypes of melanoma. NM usually occurs on sun-exposed areas like the head, neck, trunk, arms and legs but can arise any... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Canine Hot Spots - My Dog Has What?

26th September 2008
When you think of a hot spot you might picture a hip night club with pulsating music, but for dogs hot spots are far from fun. In canines, the condition known as a "hot spot" is basically a patch of infected skin that itches like all get out. This is a v... Read >
Author: Ron Ayalon

Blackhead Removal and Extraction

17th June 2008
A blackhead is a type of pimple that forms when the pores of the skin get clogged with oils and impurities. A dark collection of sebum, dead skin cells and keratin that plugs the opening of a pore. Also called an open comedone; plug comprised of yellow or... Read >
Author: Sander Bel

What is fibroadenoma?

08th May 2008
Fibroadenomas are benign breast tumours commonly found in young women. Fibroadenoma means a tumour composed of glandular (related to gland) and fibrous (containing fibres) tissues. Breast fibroadenomas, abnormal growths of glandular and fibrous tissues, a... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Papulosquamous - Annular Pattern Disease-Skin Disorders

27th March 2008
Psariasis Annular patterns are particularly likely to be found in psoriasis when individual lesions undergo resolution. In such a situation the central portion of a plaque fades, leaving an erythematous border at the periphery. This border is generally... Read >
Author: David Jones

Taking Care of Your German Shepherd Coat

30th October 2007
Many people might not know this, but the German Shepherd actually has 2 layers of fur to protect its body. And it is surprisingly easier to take care of than expected. The first layer of the covering which is close to the body is close-knit and soft. It p... Read >
Author: Moses Wright

Ringworm and its classification

18th April 2007
Ringworm is a fungal infection caused by microorganisms called dermatophytes. These microorganisms live on the cells in the outer layer of the skin. Usually ringworm is a mild infection that can be treated. Even so, complications may occur and the problem... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola
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