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Explain about Genetic Disorder
Explain about Genetic Disorder

The dysfunction of genes or chromosomes causes genetic disorders. They are conditions passed on from parents to their offspring or transmitted from generation to generation. Humans have been suffering from various genetic maladies like muscular dystrophy, haemophilia, etc., for many years. Changes in the DNA sequence can cause these disorders. Some result from changes during […]

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What is Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis (TB) is a deadly disease that has plagued humanity for centuries. After COVID, it is the second most contagious infection in the world. Unlike coronavirus, however, TB is caused by a bacterium. Tuberculosis killed 1.5 million people worldwide in 2020 and continues to be a serious health risk for humanity. Its prevalence in developing nations like […]

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What is Tuberculosis


Psychosomatic Disorders Causes,Treatment & its Types
Psychosomatic Disorders Causes,Treatment & its Types

A psychosomatic disorder is a psychological condition that results in physical symptoms. It may also be a medical condition that is accompanied by psychological symptoms. Psychosomatic is a combination of ‘psyche’ (mind or psychology) and ‘somatic’ (to do with the body). It refers to conditions that have both physical and mental symptoms or causes. Psychosomatic disorders are often […]

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Types of Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease caused by a bacterial infection. While it usually affects the lungs, it can also affect other body parts, such as the brain and spine. There are different types of TB. Keep reading to learn more about what the tuberculosis types are.  What are the different types of tuberculosis?  The two main tuberculosis types are active and […]

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Types of Tuberculosis


Pituitary Tumors: Everything You Need to Know
Pituitary Tumors: Everything You Need to Know

Pituitary tumours affect the pituitary gland, which is located at the brain’s base. The pituitary gland produces hormones responsible for regulating many processes in the body, such as growth, development, and reproduction. Tumours can occur independently or with conditions such as craniopharyngioma or Rathke’s cleft cyst.   What is a pituitary tumour? The pituitary gland is […]

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Prolactin Test: What Is It and Why Is It Done?

The pituitary gland, also referred to as the hypophysis, is a pea-sized gland in the human body. It is part of the endocrine system and is positioned at the base of the brain. The pituitary gland has two main parts, namely, the anterior pituitary and posterior pituitary, also known as the front lobe and back […]

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Prolactin Test: What Is It and Why Is It Done?


Septum Removal: Everything to Know About Your Uterine Health
Septum Removal: Everything to Know About Your Uterine Health

A septum uterus consists of membranous boundaries dividing the uterine chamber. It causes no discomfort until a woman gets pregnant, leading to frequent miscarriages. It is a congenital female reproductive issue that develops within the female foetus. Fortunately, uterine septum removal surgery can successfully treat and remove this membranous barrier. However, most women only learn about it when undergoing […]

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Polypectomy: Polyp Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatments

A polypectomy is a medical procedure conducted to remove a polyp. This is tissue growth that develops inside an organ or within a cavity in the human body. Polyps can be malignant or benign. If not removed sooner, they can turn cancerous, though some do go away on their own. If diagnosed early, your medical provider can […]

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Polypectomy: Polyp Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatments


Hemochromatosis : Causes, Symptoms & Treatment
Hemochromatosis : Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Iron is an essential dietary mineral for the body, but like other minerals, high amounts of iron can be harmful. The human body automatically controls the iron level by regulating the iron absorption rate from the digestive tract. The amount of iron an individual needs depends on various factors like age, sex, predominant diet, etc. […]

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What is Bell’s palsy

Bell’s palsy is a condition wherein your facial muscles suddenly become weak or paralysed. Bell’s palsy gets its name from a Scottish surgeon, Sir Charles Bell, who discovered it in the 19th century.  This condition occurs due to a deterioration of the 7th cranial nerve of the face. Typically, you would wake up one morning with pain […]

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What is Bell’s palsy

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