Medical Articles

Allergy Coding

Anallergy isan abnormal reaction of the human immune system, when it wrongly identifies certain allergens such as pollens, foods, drugs, dust, etc to be harmful foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. When these antibodies are produced in excess, they release histamine and other chemicals in your body, which in turn results in some allergic…

Cyclothymia Causes Symptoms Information With Treatment

Some theories posit that the hypomanic episodes have meaning in the context of a person seeking to achieve goals or to avoid depression. Symptoms of cyclothymia include periods of hypomania. Depressive symptoms are also present as the hypomania fades. These symptoms. However, are not meet the criteria for a major depressive episode, in other words,…

Depression – All Types of Depression and Depression Symptoms

Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses with 10-15% of people suffering from depression at some stage in their lifetime. The general symptoms of depression include irritability, difficulty to concentrate, feelings of guilt or helplessness, reduced appetite, anxiety, loss of interest in activities and personal appearance, difficulty sleeping, difficulty getting up in the…

How to Overcome Arachnophobia

The dread of spiders is known as “Arachnophobia,” a word originating from the Greek terms “arachne” translates to spider and “phobos” translates to horror. Believe it or not the panic of spiders is a lot more abnormal in rural regions than it is in municipal regions. It could be the core for this is that…

Anxiety – Not Just A Pessimistic Feeling

Another view is that anxiety is characterized by cognitive, somatic, emotional, and behavioral components, generalized as psychological and physiological state. Typically, a person of anxiety is push into an unpleasant feeling in relation with uneasiness, apprehension, fear, or worry. When anxiety becomes excessive, it may be called an anxiety disorder, making bad affects on one’s…

Insomnia- the Root Causes of Insomnia

Insomnia is such a common condition, affecting millions of Americans, yet many people are not aware of the serious consequences of Insomnia. Commonly referred to as sleeplessness, or lack of sleep, insomnia can lead to severe fatigue, anxiety, depression and lack of concentration. Insomnia is serious, although unlike other diseases it does not kill. But…

Treatment of Ingrown Nails

Copyright (c) 2010 Bruce Lashley Ingrown toenails can be caused by abnormal nail structure, irritation and pressure from poorly fitted shoes, and most commonly by improper nail trimming where the corners of the toenails are rounded off. Once the nail begins to grow into the skin, the body will begin to treat the nail as…

Treatment of Nail Fungus

Nail fungus is made upward of small organisms that can taint fingernails and toenails. The nails of our fingers and toes are really efficient barriers. A nail fungal transmission may start as a light-colored or yellow place under the hint of your fingernail or toenail. As the nail fungus spreads deeper into your nail, it…

How to Treat a Sprained Ankle

Sprained Ankle Whether you’ve suffered an urban injury running to catch the bus or a rural plight exploring a hiking trail, the RICE method–Rest, Ice, Compress, Elevate-—will get you up and moving again. Follow these helpful steps to help heal your sprained ankle. A sprained ankle is a common injury and something that many of…

What is Bruises and Treatment of Bruises

A bruise is a mark on your skin caused by blood trapped under the surface. It happens when an injury crushes small blood vessels but does not break the skin. Those vessels break open and leak blood under the skin. Most bruises are not a cause for concern and will go away on their own.…

Dog X-Ray

X-rays can be used to diagnose or detect many conditions and disorders in dogs. Bone fractures, bladder stones and tumors can easily be detected through this technique. Sometimes dogs swallow the most ridiculous things that can become lodged in their gastric-intestinal tract such as nails, rocks, fishhooks, safety pins, bones, toys etc…all these things can…

The Difference Between Colon and Intestinal Cancer

Many people have a problem distinguishing colon and intestinal cancer. Colon cancer is cancer strictly of the large intestine while intestinal cancer can affect any part of the intestine such as the ileum, duodenum and jujenum. These are all parts of the small intestine. Intestinal cancer has more to do with the small intestines. Colon…

Wheat Intolerant? Give Us our Daily Bread (or Maybe Not!)

Do You Have a Wheat Intolerance? I’ve found wheat to be one of the most abundant and problematic foods available today.  In fact, I believe it to be the single largest contributor to intestinal dysbiosis, parasitic infections, and universal food allergies.  Over-consumption and genetically-modified grains are the greatest causes of wheat intolerance and gluten sensitivity.…

Ovulatory Disorders

Ovulatory disorders Which is the leading reason of female infertility? More than 25% of cases of infertility fall in the category of  ovulatory disorders.  Ovulatory disorders, like irregular ovulation or a complete lack of ovulation (anovulation), are usually due to a hormonal imbalance.  Too much prolactin, a milk-producing hormone that suppresses ovulation, or too many…

Complex diagnostics in patients with colonic polyps and polyposis

Objective Development of diagnostic and prognostic criteria of severity of the disease and the risk of malignization of colonic polyps for health care institutions of different levels, using modern diagnostic methods (virtual colonoscopy, methods of molecular genetics). Materials and methods There are analyzed the diagnostic and treatment outcomes of 183 patients with colonic polyps and…