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Multiple sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis - Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment Multiple sclerosis is a disease of probable autoimmune origin in which our body inappropriately produces antibodies against structures of our nerves, leading to inflammation and destruction of them.
Sclerosis   Article saved: 04 March 2013
Mumps - Symptoms, Transmission and Treatment Mumps, also known as infectious parotitis, epidemic parotitis or mumps, is a viral infection, very common in childhood, which is transmitted by the respiratory tract and which attacks the parotid gland.
Viral diseases   Article saved: 24 July 2018
Muscle soreness
Muscle Soreness Caused by Medications for Cholesterol The statins are a group of widely used drugs in the treatment of high cholesterol. Among the best known drugs of this group, we can cite simvastatin, rosuvastatin, pravastatin and atorvastatin.
Pain   Article saved: 22 November 2015
Blood cells
Myelodysplasia - Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS) The myelodysplastic syndrome, also called myelodysplasia or MDS is a group of blood disorders characterized by the inability of the bone marrow stem cells to develop into mature, functional blood cells. Myelodysplastic syndrome is predominantly a disease of older people and presents clinically with anemia and drop in the number of white blood cells and platelets. One of the main complications of myelodysplasia is its transformation into leukemia.
Cancer   Article saved: 03 January 2017
Myocardial infarction
Myocardial Infarction - Prevention and Causes You may know what a heart attack is, but probably do not know why it occurs. In this paper we explain how comes the obstruction of the coronary arteries and what are the treatment options for preventing heart attack and angina pectoris. Let's start with some basics.
Heart diseases   Article saved: 30 December 2012
Layers of heart
Myocarditis - Symptoms and Treatment Myocarditis is the name given to the inflammation of the heart muscle, called myocardial. There are dozens of causes of myocarditis, including infections by viruses, bacteria, protozoa or fungi, drugs, autoimmune diseases, alcohol abuse, cocaine, etc.
Heart diseases   Article saved: 08 May 2016
Nail Fungus - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Onychomycosis or tinea unguium, popularly known as mycosis of nail, is the name given to nail infection caused by fungi.
Fungal infections   Article saved: 26 November 2017
Nail ingrown
Nail Ingrown and Inflamed The ingrown toenail, call onychocryptosis medicine is an inflammation caused by the growth of the nail toward the skin, causing damage to the same. The ingrown toenail usually arise in the first finger, known as the big toe.
General Health   Article saved: 12 December 2016
Nasal polyps
Nasal Polyps - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Nasal polyp is a small benign tumor that grows inside the nasal cavity or paranasal sinuses, usually as a result of chronic inflammation of the airways.
General Health   Article saved: 11 November 2016
Means to lower cholesterol
Necessary Drugs Taken to Lower Cholesterol For many years we know that there is a direct relationship between blood levels of cholesterol, especially LDL cholesterol, and the risk of cardiovascular diseases such as myocardial infarction and stroke. It is also not new in the patients with hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol), treatment with drugs called statins group (eg, rosuvastatin, simvastatin, pravastatin, atorvastatin, ...) help reduce the incidence of cardiovascular events.
Cholesterol   Article saved: 15 June 2014
Nephrotic syndrome
Nephrotic Syndrome - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Nephrotic syndrome is a kidney disease caused by improper disposal of large amounts of protein in urine. Excessive protein loss in the urine is called proteinuria and can be caused by various diseases, including diabetes mellitus, systemic lupus erythematosus, viral hepatitis and syphilis.
Kidney diseases   Article saved: 08 August 2016
Blood pressure table
Normal Blood Pressure Values Hypertension is a chronic disease that affects millions of people worldwide. It is estimated that about 20% of the population have blood pressure levels above normal. In the elderly, hypertension is more common and is present in more than half the people.
Hypertension   Article saved: 07 March 2016

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