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White spots on nail
Leukonychia - White Spots on Nail White spots on nails, medically called leukonychia, is a common finding and that in most cases, not show any clinical relevance. In general, the spots on nails disappear spontaneously without any treatment.
General Health   Article saved: 29 November 2016
Lipoma on neck and arm
Lipoma - Causes and Treatment The lipoma is a benign tumor composed of fat cells (adipocytes). Lipomas usually grow in the subcutaneous tissue, i.e. just below the skin. However, although less common, it is also possible occurrence of deeper lipomas, which arise in the muscles, nerves, or internal organs in the abdominal cavity.
Cancer   Article saved: 01 March 2016
Liposuction results
Liposuction Surgery - Indications and Risks Liposuction is a surgical procedure that involves removing fatty tissue from specific areas of the body, such as the belly, buttocks, hips and thighs, through a technique that uses suction. Liposuction is not a procedure that aims at weight loss, but rather the removal of localized fat, especially those resistant to diets and exercises.
Weight Loss   Article saved: 15 January 2018
Louse - Symptoms, Transmission and Treatment The lice is an insect that measures approximately 4 mm in length and has a transparent and grayish coloration. Lice are ectoparasites, that is, parasites that live outside their host. They can parasite the scalp, the hairs of the body or the hairs of the pubic region. The presence of lice in the hair or hairs is called pediculosis.
Parasite   Article saved: 09 June 2018
Lung cancer
Lung Cancer - Cigarette and Other Risk Factors Lung cancer is the most common cancer, which causes most deaths worldwide. To get an idea of the aggressiveness of this tumor, you should know that the mortality of lung cancer is higher than that of breast, prostate and bowel together.
Cancer   Article saved: 30 April 2013
Lupus erythematosus
Lupus Erythematosus - Diagnosis, Symptoms and Treatment Lupus is perhaps the most typical one of autoimmune diseases. It is rich in clinical findings and remains poorly understood. Understand what lupus is and know which organs are most affected.
Autoimmune diseases   Article saved: 05 April 2013
MRI machine
Magnetic Resonance - Risks, Contraindications and Advantages Examination of the nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is a technique that involves using magnetic fields and radio waves to create computerized images of the human body with high definition. The great advantage of MRI in relations to other radiological imaging is its ability to generate sharp images without resorting to ionizing radiation (x-ray), as in the case of computed tomography, angiography and regular x-ray.
General Health   Article saved: 16 December 2015
Liver structure
Main Functions of Liver The liver is a vital organ, without which it is not possible to survive. In addition to being the largest solid organ and largest gland in the body, the liver is also responsible for hundreds of functions in our body.
Liver diseases   Article saved: 11 June 2017
Depression symptom
Main Symptoms of Depression Moments of discouragement and sadness occur to everyone and are part of life. The problem arises when this feeling of emptiness is hard to disappear, disrupting his usual activities and taking away the pleasure of living.
Depression   Article saved: 05 September 2017
Main Symptoms of Hypothyroidism Hypothyroidism is the name of the disease in which the thyroid gland produces insufficient amounts of its hormones. As the primary goal of thyroid hormones is to control body metabolism, it is understandable that people with hypothyroidism have symptoms associated with a slow metabolism.
Hypothyroidism   Article saved: 29 July 2017
Pain in stomach area
Major Gastritis Symptoms Gastritis is the name given to inflammation of the gastric mucosa, layer of tissue that lines the wall of the stomach, protecting it against excessive acidity. Gastritis can be acute, when the inflammation arises suddenly, or chronic, when the inflammation is slowly established, and the mucosa can remain inflamed for months or even years.
Gastrointestinal   Article saved: 21 June 2017
Mastitis During Breastfeeding - Symptoms and Treatment Puerperal mastitis, also called lactational mastitis or breast-feeding mastitis, is an inflammation of the mammary glands, which occurs in breast-fed women and can cause breast redness, pain, and a high fever.
General Health   Article saved: 20 February 2018

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