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Essential Facts About Rare Diseases

Essential Facts About Rare Diseases

According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), rare diseases are those which only affect fewer than 2,00,000 per year people globally. There are close to 7,000 such diseases and 80% have a genetic...
The Whipple Procedure Treatment

Pancreatic or Duodenal Trauma and The Whipple Procedure Treatment

A Whipple procedure is also known as a pancreaticoduodenectomy. It is a highly complex procedure with a very demanding operation. During this procedure, a surgeon removes the head or the top of the pancreas,...

Congenital Heart Defects: Symptoms and Treatments

The term congenital heart defects (CHD) refers to any problems with the structure or function of the heart that impacts its overall performance. In India, due to the fact that various births occur within...
Hypoglycaemia Without Diabetes

Hypoglycaemia Without Diabetes: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

Hypoglycaemia is a condition in which the patient’s blood sugar drops. While this condition occurs most commonly in patients suffering from diabetes, it can also occur in patients who do not have diabetes. Hypoglycaemia...
HDL Cholesterol Protect Patients from Heart Diseases

How Does HDL Cholesterol Protect Patients from Heart Diseases?

You’ve probably heard the terms bad and good cholesterol when doctors talk about heart health and nutrition. Bad cholesterol, or LDL cholesterol increases the risk of patients developing cardiovascular problems like heart attacks. Conversely,...
Paralysis Management and Treatment

Paralysis Management and Treatment

Paralysis can be a debilitating condition for patients who are not accustomed to it. Both, patients and their families need to be aware of the multiple facets of paralysis management, including preventing depression. In...
Pain in the Ears While Swallowing

Pain in the Ears While Swallowing: Causes and Treatments

Ear infections affect over 709 million Indians each year, and are extremely common types of infections. However, not all ear pain indicates ear infections. Sometimes, this organ exhibits what is known as referral pain...
Mannose and Weight

Mannose and Weight: How are They Linked?

Whenever anyone talks about preventing weight gain, one of the most common pieces of advice is to cut down sugar. However, recently, studies have started to establish a link between Mannose and weight that...
What Do Nail Abnormalities Say About Your Health

What Do Nail Abnormalities Say About Your Health?

Your body gives you many signs when something is wrong. Some of these signs can be quite obvious, such as fevers, weakness, and cold, while others are far subtler and often go unnoticed. One...
Causes Behind Bleeding into the Skin

What are the Causes Behind Bleeding into the Skin?

The phrase bleeding into the skin is often used by patients to describe petechiae or purpura. It refers to the bursting of blood vessels which causes blood to move under the skin and sit...

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