It is defined as a disorder in which there is a problem in the chest. It is a rare defect of the birth. It is known as the Poland anomaly. There are few authors who mentioned it as a Poland sequence. In this case the chest muscles are absent and there is a presence of [...]
It is defined as a disorder in which there is an acute condition which occurs in the areas where there is a tropical climate. It leads to fever and there is a condition which can lead to death. It is caused by the different varieties of viruses. It is also referred as break bone fever. [...]
It is defined as a disorder in which there is a formation of the black points on the different parts of body. What are the signs and symptoms of Black spots? It includes the rash, itchiness etc. In some cases it is asymptomatic but in few cases there are few signs as well as symptoms [...]
It is defined as a disorder in which there is a diagnosis with the help of psychosis. In this disorder there is a recurrent use of drinks which contain alcohol. It leads to negative outcomes. It is different from the dependency of alcohol as it has no symptoms like with drawl and tolerance. There are [...]
It is defined as a disorder in which there is a formation of red points on the skin. What are the causes of red spots? It includes the number of conditions. The conditions like rash, blisters, red rashes, they are present on the legs. They are few red spots which are bright in color. The [...]
It is defined as a disorder in which there is an increase in the size of breast. It can be natural or artificial. The natural cause may be linked with the genetic features but the artificial cause may be the use of implants which are quite common these days. It can also occur due to [...]
It is defined as a disorder in which there is a large intake of fluoride which is a metal. It occurs when the teeth are developing. It occurs mainly when the child is 1 to 4 year old. The children who are above the age of 8 are not at risk. In the early stages [...]
It includes the host, agent, environment and time. The host factors include the teeth and saliva. The agent factors include the micro organisms. The environment factors include the substrate factors. The composition, position and morphological factors are included under the teeth. The composition, Ph, quantity, anti bacterial factors and its ability to flow are included [...]
It is defined as a disorder in which there is a loss of tooth structure. It starts slowly and involves the complete teeth. There are many factors which can lead to this disorder. It starts slowly with involving different layers of teeth. It may be brown or black in color. It is a progressive disease [...]
It is defined as a disorder in which there is an increase in the coagulation of blood. It can occur due to multiple reasons. It can occur alone or in combination with the other disorders. When there is a cut in the body the bleeding stops in the body by the process of coagulation. It [...]
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