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Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS)

01st April 2010
Guillain-Barre syndrome or GBS is a severe inflammatory disorder of the peripheral nerves. Sensory information like pain and temperature is conveyed by the peripheral nerves from the body to the brain and motor. Symptoms The symptoms of Guillain-Barr... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

Ways To Reverse Or Stop Hearing Loss

22nd March 2010
If you don't have a pair of ear plugs, next time you're out, pick some up. If you wear them for a short period, you will discover that everything in your life is harder. Even something as simple as a conversation can be a strain. You would not be able to ... Read >
Author: Charil Keats

Does Renter's Insurance Cover My Pets?

22nd March 2010
This is a question that has many areas that need to be addressed. There is no simple answer here. That is such a broad question; it would be impossible to provide a simple "yes" or "no" in response. Most likely the response would be, "Well, that all depen... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Reduction of Sinus Turbinates Preparing for Surgery

03rd March 2010
Within the nose are bony projections that promote the air-filtration and air-conditioning functions of the upper respiratory tract, called sinus turbinates. These protrude to enhance the surface area of the nose as well as to keep the nasal cavity moist a... Read >
Author: jillghprx

How Do You Know if You're Losing Your Hearing?

27th January 2010
People who are suffering from hearing loss should try to see an audiologist for a hearing test at the earliest possible time. An audiologist should be able to say for certain whether there is any loss and tell you what caused it. After reading this articl... Read >
Author: alfordlo mbardo

What is a Bunionectomy?

13th May 2009
Why Get a Bunionectomy? If you have a painful bunion that is making it difficult for you to carry on normal functions in your life, you should address the problem. The first step will be to get a referral to visit a foot doctor, also called a podiatris... Read >
Author: vishuxpert

What Happens at an Audiology Examination? Hearing Loss Tests

21st March 2009
Audiologists specialize in hearing loss and related disorders. If you're suffering from hearing loss or tinnitus (ringing in the ears), your doctor might refer you to an audiologist for a complete evaluation. Let's take a look at what you can expect from ... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Diagnosing Chronic Bronchitis

20th January 2009
The process of diagnosing chronic bronchitis can become particularly difficult, owing to the fact that this condition has symptoms similar to different diseases such as emphysema and pneumonia. During the preliminary medical check-up a competent physician... Read >
Author: Amy S. Cheung

What Happens During an Eye Test? What Is All That Equipment?

05th January 2009
Eye exams are a common part of a regular doctor visit, though your eye exam may be more involved when you visit an ophthalmologist or optometrist. While the particulars of the exam visit will vary depending on your medical history and your family's medica... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Cervical Pain Treatment by Physiotherapy

06th October 2008
by Jonathan Blood-SmythCervical spine pain and disability is one of the commonest problems for which people consult a physiotherapist. The first part of the examination is to find out the cause of onset of the pain and how it has behaved since then. The c... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Numular Eczema

01st September 2008
One form of eczema is nummular eczema, which makes itself known by the small, circular patches it marks you skin with, which cause irritation. It is also known as nummular, nummular eczematous dermatitis, or nummular dermatitis. If someone from your f... Read >
Author: Roshni

Baby Movements During Pregnancy

18th July 2008
The very first pregnancy in a woman's life brings various fears to the mind, but the thought of that cute infant, safe in momma's tummy, vanishes all qualms. And feeling those first movements, made by the tiny creature within, is a great marker of pregnan... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Cardiac Per fusionist Job Description

22nd May 2008
During the period of heart surgery, the cardiac per fusionists operate the patient's lungs and hearts by setting up the operation of lung-heart machines. What does the word perfusion means? It is the process of pumping the liquid into a tissue or organ, v... Read >
Author: Peter Salazar

How To Know That It Is Nummular Eczema Or Not

16th April 2008
Nummular eczema is a type of eczema. This disorder shows its appearance when you experiences irritating, small circular patches on your skin. It is also known as nummular, nummular eczematous dermatitis, or nummular dermatitis. If someone from your family... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

What Types of Dental Malpractice Claims Are There?

07th April 2008
What types of problems fall under the category of dental malpractice in New York? This can be very complex, as many people instinctively believe that pain and medical failure is the same thing as dental malpractice. After all, patients entrust their bodie... Read >
Author: martinvnostrand
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