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Childhood roseola
Childhood Roseola - Sudden Rash The roseola child, also called sudden rash is a very common virus during childhood, manifested through skin rash (red spots on the skin) and fever. The sudden rash is a benign viral infection, which heals by itself without treatment and rarely causes complications.
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Bacterial infections   Article saved: 03 September 2015
 
Chlamydia trachomatis
Chlamydia - Symptoms, Transmission and Treatment Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted disease in the world. Chlamydia patients usually do not develop symptoms, but when they do, the clinical picture is very similar to that of gonorrhea, and it is impossible to distinguish them only by symptoms.
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STD   Article saved: 06 October 2017
 
Cholesterol
Cholesterol: HDL, LDL, VLDL, triglycerides HDL cholesterol, LDL, VLDL, triglycerides... What is good and bad cholesterol? In this paper we explain the causes and consequences of high cholesterol.
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Cholesterol   Article saved: 02 March 2012
 
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment The chronic fatigue syndrome is a controversial and difficult to explain, and it is very frustrating to deal not only with patients but also with physicians, because its causes have not yet been definitively established, the diagnosis is difficult to make and the current treatment is not very effective.
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General Health   Article saved: 14 July 2018
 
Kidney anatomy
Chronic Renal Failure The renal condition is when the kidneys lose their ability to perform basic functions. Renal failure can be acute (ARF) occurs when sudden and rapid loss of renal function, or chronic (CRF), when this loss is slowly progressive and irreversible.
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Kidney diseases   Article saved: 14 November 2012
 
Circumcision operation
Circumcision - Risks and Benefits Circumcision is a surgical procedure, often performed in children, in which the foreskin is removed, the skin that covers the glans (head of the penis).
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Sexual Health   Article saved: 14 January 2018
 
Cold and flu
Cold and Flu - Symptoms and Differences   (4 comments) The flu and a cold are different diseases caused by different viruses. You should understand that.
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Flu and Colds   Article saved: 29 March 2012
 
Labial herpes
Cold Sores - Transmission, Symptoms and Treatment Cold sores are a contagious disease caused by herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1). Patients infected with the herpes simplex virus type 1 usually have painful sores on the lips, but the infection can also affect the gingiva, pharynx, tongue, roof of the mouth, inside the cheeks and sometimes the face the neck.
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Herpes   Article saved: 12 August 2017
 
Colonoscope
Colonoscopy Exam - Preparation, Sedation and Risks Colonoscopy is a safe endoscopic procedure that provides information that common radiological tests may not be able to give. Colonoscopy has the advantage that it can be used both for diagnostic purposes and for treatment of some diseases affecting the colon and rectum.
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Gastrointestinal   Article saved: 17 October 2017
 
Colposcopy
Colposcopy and Cervical Biopsy Colposcopy is a procedure performed through a device called a colposcope, which allows the gynecologist to have an enlarged and enlightened view of the vulva, vagina and cervix. Colposcopy is often used when the physician intends to perform a biopsy of the cervix.
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Sexual Health   Article saved: 14 December 2015
 
Warts
Common Warts and Genital Warts Warts are small benign tumors that appear on the skin caused by infection by the human papillomavirus (HPV), the same virus that usually causes cancer of the cervix, anus or penis. Although they are caused by the same type of virus, warts and cancers in the sex organs usually originate in distinct subtypes of HPV.
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Skin diseases   Article saved: 27 August 2018
 
Conjunctivitis symptoms
Conjunctivitis - Symptoms, Causes, Transmission and Treatment Conjunctivitis is the eye disease caused by inflammation and / or infection of the conjunctiva, the thin membrane that covers part of our eyes. There are several causes of conjunctivitis, including infections, allergies, substance irritations and even neoplasias. The main symptoms of conjunctivitis are red eyes, pain and tearing.
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Eye diseases   Article saved: 18 June 2018
 

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