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The bursa is a fluid-filled sac at the inner back of the knee. The bursa is the sac that serves to absorb between muscles and bones. or muscles and tendons, the tissue that connects muscle to bone. in the cyst behind the knee swelling that separates the Achilles tendon which can occur at any age and can be cured But it can be uncomfortable and limit movement.

Back pain refers to pain under or near the spine. Most adults have back pain sometimes. Back pain is usually mild and usually goes away in 1 to 8 weeks, usually less than a month.

Ankylosing spondylitis is the most painful and arthritis symptom. It is often found in men under 40, although women and Children can have it. Ankylosing means joining together and inflammation or swelling of the joints of the spine. The joints of the lower back can fuse, affecting the stoop. Swelling of the ligaments that attach to the bone causes the bones to wear out and then try to heal. New bone replaces the elastic tissue called ligaments, and stiffness is most often affected in the lower back, chest and neck. Other affected joints include the hips, shoulders, knees, and ankles. It affects other organs such as the eyes, heart and lungs.

Impetigo is a mild skin infection. Occurs most often in infants and children. easily spread from people The same as everyone else, especially when they play together, brother and sister. and people who play sports closely

Toenail fungus or onychomycosis is a fungal nail infection. Toenails are affected more than fingernails. It is more common in older people with poor circulation and diabetic People tend to have foot fungus. (People who exercise) together with toenail fungus

Paronychia is a common infection that is located under the skin around the fingernails and can be acute or chronic. (last a long time) more often occurs in females than males Abscesses or pus can occur if left untreated.

An abscess is a sac of pus that can occur in any part of the body. A breast abscess is a red swelling that results in the accumulation of pus in the breast.

Bites are worrisome because they can infect both of them. The mouths of animals and humans carry many pathogens. Bites on the hands, forearms, lower legs, feet, and face are also more susceptible to infection. Human diseases such as hepatitis and HIV are more common. Rabies can be transmitted to others by bites. Bats, raccoons, foxes, and skunks can transmit rabies to others. Rabies is a serious and often fatal disease. Dogs, cats and farm animals do not usually cause rabies and rats (including rats) and rabbits do not carry rabies.

Ascites is a disease in which excessive fluid accumulates in the abdomen. This is the space between the peritoneum. and abdominal organs Half of people with cirrhosis will develop ascites 10 years after diagnosis.

People faint most often because a sudden drop in blood pressure is sure to get up too quickly. Common causes involve insufficient blood flow to the brain and therefore insufficient oxygen supply to the brain.

Tetralogy of Fallot is a heart abnormality that occurs at birth (hereditary) the heart muscle with four chambers, the upper, left and right atria, and left and right ventricles. function to pump blood The interventricular septal septum Tetralogy of Fallot has four characteristics: (1) a ventricular septal defect (VSD); (2)

It's also called Hansen's disease. Leprosy is an infectious disease primarily involving the skin and nerves. The number of cases has decreased worldwide. About 650,000 new cases are now diagnosed every year. Nearly three-quarters of leprosy cases occur. In India, Brazil, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Myanmar, about 150 new cases occur every year in the United States. Over 85% in the migration there are two types, paucibacillary and multibacillary.

It is a lifelong irritating disease and inflammatory lesions of the blood vessels of the mouth, genitals, eyes, joints, skin, brain and nerves. This disease occurs when the immune system is overactive and attacks different parts of the body (an autoimmune disease). Behcet's syndrome occurs twice as often in men as in women and usually begins in early adulthood.

Neurofibromatosis (NF) is a genetic disorder that primarily affects the growth of nerve cell tissue. This causes nerve tumors and skin and bone changes. There are two types of NF1 and NF2. NF1, also called von Recklinghausen's disease, is a rare disease that occurs in 1 out of 4000 people. It occurs in both men and women and is associated with tumors of the brain, eye, spinal cord, and blood cancers. some kind of white which has no cure

Stasis dermatitis is a chronic inflammation (redness, swelling) and irritation of the skin. usually in the lower leg It is related to poor circulation of blood and lymph fluid. The fluid moves up slowly from the feet to the heart. It is common Occurring in middle-aged and elderly people

Humans have two adrenal glands located above the kidneys. to make substances called hormones that regulate blood, pressure, fluid metabolism and other body functions It is an abnormal tumor of the adrenal gland. This type of tumor rarely occurs outside the adrenal glands. secretes a hormone called epinephrine or a related compound high blood pressure, palpitations, headaches and sweating

Cellulitis is an infection in the skin and soft tissue layer below the skin surface. people with diabetes blood circulation problems And a weakened immune system can also develop cellulitis easily. People who have undergone medical procedures such as heart or lung surgery can cause cellulitis. Like farm workers or in the garden or the fisherman

The abscess is painful and is a deep ulcer filled with pus. Infections of the hair follicles, also known as furunculosis, abscesses are common in young children and are common after puberty.

Cardiac tumors of the heart are non-cancerous. Tumors that begin in the lining of the heart and pushed into the chambers of the heart The heart has four chambers two atrium rooms two ventricle rooms and It pumps blood to the ventricle, where it compresses and pumps blood to the rest of the body. 90% of cardiac tumors of the heart occur in the atrium. Usually occurs on the left and on the top that separates the two sides of the heart Some heart tumors are flat. But many have thin stalks that are tied up, which allows them to move easily. Although heart tumors are rare, It is the most common tumor of the heart. They are first seen at an average age of 56. Women are twice as frequent as men.

Poisonous animals in the ocean, including corals, jellyfish and sea nettles, sea urchins and starfish, stingrays, and dangerous fish, including lionfish, scorpionfish, and rockfish, release venom from bites or puncture wounds from thorns. People encounter these animals while diving or swimming in shallow water. contact is possible.

Kaposi's sarcoma (KS) is a rare cancer of the blood or lymphatic tissues under the skin or mucous membrane (like the lip tissue). There are four types: epidemic, immunosuppression-related, classic, and African Epidemic. AIDS) Immunosuppression-related KS found in kidney transplant recipients. This requires strong drugs to suppress the immune system and prevent kidney rejection. This type of KS can be slow. and less severe. Classic KS is common in Jewish and Mediterranean men. Most survive for more than 10 years and die from something else. African KS is commonly seen in black male African children.

Bed bugs are parasitic insects. A species called Cimex lectularius, also known as the common bed bug. Eat mammals and birds. Cimex hemipterus is a tropical bed bug that mostly bites humans. Both species feed on blood while sleeping. Bed bugs are attracted to carbon dioxide and their warmth. Adult bedbugs have no wings and are about a quarter inch long. often leave bite marks on the skin Bed bug saliva contains substances that cause skin reactions.

It is an uncommon skin disease that is more common in women. It can also affect men and children. It is most common in postmenopausal women and in men aged 40 to 60. It usually occurs on the outside of the vagina in women. Men can be found on the head of the penis. It can affect the skin around the anus. Sometimes it occurs on the top of the body, chest and upper arms.

People who smoke or have high blood pressure, diabetes, or high cholesterol are more likely to have a heart attack or myocardial infarction (MIs). In MIs, the heart muscle is injured or killed when it doesn't receive enough oxygenated blood because of the blood vessels. clogged

It is a genetic disease that is mostly Affects the growth of nerve cell tissue. It causes nerve tumors and other disorders, such as skin changes and bone deformities. There are two types of occurrence: type 1 (NF1) and type 2 (NF2). NF2 is called bilateral acoustic neurofibromatosis. NF2 is uncommon, occurring in 1 in 33,000 people, affecting both men and women. and associated with brain tumors eye and spinal cord and some types of leukemia There is still a cure right now.

The heart has only one function: to pump blood. The heart is made up of muscles that contract. Aqueous coating around the pericardium within the pericardium layer. This helps to keep the heart in the correct position and prevent it from moving too much or rubbing against other parts of the body. Stiffness is a condition in which the heart is filled with too much fluid in the pericardium. affects the pumping of blood Atrial fibrillation can be life-threatening. Immediate diagnosis and emergency treatment can save lives. Close supervision is imperative.

Several types of electrical signals occur in the heart. The heart has two bundles to transmit electrical signals. The right and left sets have a signal sent to the right and left ventricles. The signal begins at the sinus node (sinoatrial or SA) of the heart and spreads through the upper chambers. to the core, and then to the branches A blocked heart electrical condition is This causes a delay in the transmission of these signals from the heart's upper atrium. These signals pass through the core of the heart but are blocked. This can affect either the left or right ventricle. The atria heart chambers contract normally. But the lower ventricle cannot receive signals at the same time. of shrinkage affected can't prevent The heart's electrical current can be blocked.

poor circulation (also called Claudication) refers to leg pain caused by exercise and that improves with rest. Also called intermittent claudication, it's temporary leg pain. Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) and poor circulatory system The calf muscles are often affected, but the feet, thighs and buttocks can also be painful.

The heart pumps oxygen-rich blood through arteries throughout the body. Blood carries oxygen and other nutrients that the body needs. coronary heart disease Caused by fat accumulation in the inner layer of coronary arteries. These blood cells are located outside the heart and carry blood to the heart, myocardium. These sebum deposits may build up during adolescence and gradually. thicker and larger throughout life This thickening, known as atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), narrows the arteries and can narrow or block blood flow to the heart.

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a disease that occurs when blood clots in a vein. The affected veins are usually deep in the leg muscles but can occur elsewhere. Blood clots slow down the flow of blood. The area becomes swollen, red, and painful if a blood clot moves to the lungs. Pulmonary embolism (pulmonary embolism) can lead to severe breathing problems. DVT often affects people who are not physically active, are elderly, pregnant, or have blood disorders that increase their risk of clotting.

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