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Childhood Psoriasis Children with psoriasis typically experience their first outbreak before the age of 10. The condition is characterized by raised, red patches of skin...

 

Jaw Locking Jaw locking is a condition that can cause a person's jaw to become stuck in an open or closed position. It can be caused by a number of factors, including...

 

Amyloidosis Skin Amyloidosis refers to a group of conditions in which there is an accumulation of amyloid proteins in body tissues. This can cause a variety of symptoms,...

 

Elbow Strain Elbow strain is a condition that can be caused by repetitive motions of the arm and forearm, such as those often used in tennis or other sports. The...

 

Garlic Allergy Garlic allergy is a type of food allergy that is caused by the consumption of garlic. Allergies to garlic are not as common as other food allergies, but...

 

Alkaline Urine Alkaline urine is urine with a pH level above 7.0. Healthy urine typically has a pH between 4.5 and 8.0. Alkaline urine can be caused by certain...

 

Lytic Bone Lesions Lytic bone lesions are abnormalities that appear on bones as a result of disease or injury. They typically appear as circular or linear depressions in the...

 

Lumbar Foraminal Stenosis Lumbar foraminal stenosis is a condition that occurs when the space around the nerve roots in the lower back narrows. This can put pressure on the nerves,...

 

Vascular Spasm A vascular spasm is a sudden, involuntary contraction of the muscles in the walls of the blood vessels. This can occur in any blood vessel, but is most...

 

Seropositive Rheumatoid Arthritis Seropositive rheumatoid arthritis is a form of the chronic inflammatory disorder that primarily affects the joints. In people with seropositive RA, the...

 

Lupus Vasculitis Lupus vasculitis is a type of autoimmune disease that causes inflammation of the blood vessels. It is a rare condition that most often affects young women....

 

Fungal Meningitis Fungal meningitis is a serious infection of the brain and spinal cord. It is caused by a fungus, usually of the genus Cryptococcus.

 

Cystine Stones Cystine stones are a type of kidney stone that is caused by an excess of the amino acid cystine in the urine. Cystine stones are more common in people with...

 

Parathyroid Cancer Parathyroid cancer is a rare type of cancer that affects the parathyroid glands. These glands are located in the neck and produce a hormone that regulates...

 

Anaplastic Ependymoma Anaplastic ependymoma is a type of brain tumor that begins in the ependymal cells. These cells line the ventricles of the brain, which are the cavities that...

 

Lymphangioma Lymphangiomas are benign tumors that usually appear at birth or in early childhood. These tumors arise from the lymphatic system, which is a network of...

 

Glucagonoma Glucagonoma is a rare, neuroendocrine tumor that originates in the alpha cells of the pancreas. These cells produce the hormone glucagon, which helps to...

 

Pseudomembranous Colitis Pseudomembranous colitis is a medical condition that results in inflammation of the colon. This inflammation is caused by the overgrowth of a type of...

 

Siderblastic Anemia Siderblastic anemia is a type of anemia characterized by the presence of ringed sideroblasts in bone marrow. Sideroblasts are progenitor cells that have...

 

Coronary Artery Spasm Coronary artery spasm (CAS) is a sudden, often temporary, tightening (contraction) of the smooth muscle in the wall of a coronary artery. This can reduce or...

 

Hydranencephaly Hydranencephaly is a rare congenital disorder in which the cerebral hemispheres are absent and replaced by sacs filled with cerebrospinal fluid. Most...

 

Boxer Fracture A boxer fracture is a break in the bones of the hand that typically affects the metacarpals, or the long bones in the palm of the hand. Boxer fractures are...

 

Amelanotic Melanoma Amelanotic melanoma is a type of skin cancer that lacks pigment. It can appear as a pinkish, red, or flesh-toned lesion and is often mistaken for a benign...

 

Macular Drusen Macular drusen are small yellow deposits of fat and protein that build up under the retina, in the macula. They are a normal part of aging, and most people...

 

Retropharyngeal Abscess Retropharyngeal abscess is a deep infection of the tissues in the back of the throat. It most commonly occurs in young children between the ages of six...

 

Sleep Drunkenness Sleep drunkenness is a type of parasomnia that occurs when a person is abruptly awaken from sleep and does not immediately wake up feeling rested. Instead,...

 

Mixed Incontinence Mixed incontinence is one of the types of urinary incontinence that is characterized by the involuntary leakage of urine under certain conditions such as...

 

Schizencephaly Schizencephaly is a birth defect that results in abnormal clefts, or 'slits', in the brain. The severity of the condition can vary greatly, depending on the...

 

Acute Interstitial Nephritis Acute interstitial nephritis (AIN) is a sudden inflammation of the kidney that can cause damage to the kidney's filtering units, called nephrons. AIN...

 

Hyperviscosity Syndrome Hyperviscosity syndrome is a condition that occurs when the blood becomes too thick. This can happen for a variety of reasons, but it often happens in...

 

Pseudotumor A pseudotumor is a growth that mimic the symptoms of a tumor, but does not contain any cancerous cells. While they are not dangerous, pseudotumors can cause...

 

Spinal Headache A spinal headache is a type of headache that is caused by a leak in the dura mater, the membrane that surrounds the brain and spinal cord. The dura mater is...

 

Intercostal Neuralgia Intercostal neuralgia is a type of nerve pain that occurs between the ribs. The symptoms include sharp, stabbing pain that can make it difficult to breathe....

 

Fallopian Tube Cancer Fallopian tube cancer is a type of gynecologic cancer that begins in the Fallopian tubes. This type of cancer is relatively rare, however it is serious and...

 

Choriocarcinoma Choriocarcinoma is a type of cancer that develops in the placenta, the organ that connects the developing fetus to the uterine wall. The placenta provides...

 

 

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Pancoast Tumor / Key Opinion Leaders / -- A Pancoast Tumor is a tumor of the apex of the lung, named after radiologist Henry Pancoast. A Pancoast Tumor is defined primarily by its location at the very top of either lung. Also, most of these tumors are a form of non-small cell lung cancer. Pancoast Tumors are particularly difficult to diagnose and treat due to their location. The Pancoast Tumor often grows near and around blood vessels, nerves, lymph nodes, ribs, and the spine. When the tumor compresses and invades these areas, it creates health problems outside the usual symptoms of lung cancer. While Pancoast Tumors only...

 

8 Inspiring Lgbtqia+ Kols Making The Biggest Impact / Key Opinion Leaders / -- Influencing the public and gaining their respect is something that few have achieved in history, so when they do, it is a big deal for both that person and the community itself. For the scientific and LGBTQIA+ communities, the impact of 8 particular professionals ' contributions is helping to promote diversity more than ever before. From doctors to researchers, these professionals have made the Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) list due to their reputations, skills, achievements, and dedication to their fields - they have now gained the expert status they rightfully deserve. To...

 

Macromastia: An Overview / Key Opinion Leaders / -- Macromastia is a rare condition that causes an abnormal enlargement of the breast tissue . Sometimes referred to as either hypertrophy or breast hypertrophy , this condition can have a huge impact on the lives of those affected by it. While the precise cause of macromastia is still as yet known, there are a few possible triggers that have been identified. Within the scientific community, there are several key researchers that are exploring this relatively uncharted condition with the hope of understanding more about why it occurs and how to treat it. Read on to discover everything you...

 

Javascript Compilers In Academic Circles: The Most Cited Researchers And Organizations (Javascript Kols) / Key Opinion Leaders / -- If you are familiar with Javascript or use it in some capacity, you probably heard names like: \- Brendan Eich, creator of JavaScript, co-founder of the Mozilla Foundation \- Douglas Crockford - Author of "JavaScript: The Good Parts" and ex-Yahoo! \- Anders Hejlsberg, creator of TypeScript All these names certainly deserve the recognition that is attached to them. They would be what we could call "Javascript celebs." There is another group of influential people in the Javascript world, they might not be the creators of the language or best-selling authors, but they create an immense...

 

These Are The Top 5 Key Opinion Leaders (Kols) On Abortion Legislation / Key Opinion Leaders / -- As Roe v Wade celebrates its 49th anniversary, the overturning of the ruling puts abortion at the forefront of American politics. Many people are influential when it comes to abortion legislation and shaping the way the subject of abortion is perceived in societies across the globe. The firm KOLs (Key Opinion Leaders) analyzed the impact of the top researchers and academics in the field and published the list of the five most influential KOLs on the topics of Abortion _and_ Legislation. These key opinion leaders (KOLs) significantly impact how society and academic...

 

Desmoid Tumor / Key Opinion Leaders / -- A Desmoid Tumor is a noncancerous tumor that grows from the fibroblast cells in connective tissue. Also known as aggressive fibromatosis, it is a rare condition that does not usually impact lifespan but can cause debilitating symptoms in some patients. This noncancerous tumor is unable to metastasize, meaning it does not cause secondary growth in new parts of the body. Despite its inability to undergo metastasis, a Desmoid Tumor can grow anywhere; however, it tends to inhabit some locations more than others, such as the shoulders, abdomen, upper arms, and thighs. Furthermore,...

 

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