Long-lasting (chronic) pulmonary coccidioidomycosis is much less common. People with diabetes or preexisting chronic lung disease appear to be more likely to have this complication. It can develop many years after the fungal infection occurred. In addition to having the above problems for many months, symptoms can include: • Night sweats. • Weight loss.
First there is sub-clinical polio which may not have obvious symptoms. In sub-clinical polio over 95 percent of the infected patients don’t have any symptoms. However if the people with sub-clinical polio have symptoms they only last 3 days or less. Some of the symptoms for sub-clinical polio are fever, normal discomfort, vomiting, fever, sore throat, and red throat. Non- paralytic polio has many symptoms that can last for a couple of days or weeks.
The invasion of a person’s body can lead to fatal consequences . It was recorded that there were claims of greater incidence of pneumonia, asthma, influenza, and eye infections were reported during the Dust Bowl. It was believed that the dust was the home
PRE-ECLAMPSIA Description Preeclampsia is a condition that occurs only during pregnancy. Some symptoms of preeclampsia may include high blood pressure and protein in the urine, occurring after week 20 of pregnancy. Preeclampsia is often precluded by gestational hypertension. While high blood pressure during pregnancy does not necessarily indicate preeclampsia, it may be a sign of another problem. Pre-eclampsia is one of the most common cause of maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality.
Patient gave past history of caesarean section 2 years back. On palpation it was tiny nodule, measuring about 3×2 cm, left side of the caesarean section scar. There was corresponding fluctuation in the size of the swelling during each cycle. The clinical diagnosis of scar endometriosis was made. FNAC smears show monolayered sheets and loosely cohesive clusters of polygonal to oval epithelial cells with bland chromatin, moderate amount of cytoplasm and inconspicuous nucleoli.
AD is associated with severe itching and eczematous lesions that are reoccurring (Weidinger & Novak, 2016). Roughly one fifth of populations in developed countries are affected by AD (Weidinger & Novak, 2016). Lesions in AD can appear anywhere on the body (Weidinger & Novak, 2016). AD occurs due to an imbalance between T-helper-2 response and IgE responses to allergens, which become exaggerated (Weidinger & Novak, 2016). Patients with AD are at risk for skin infections due cracking in the skin from the dryness and
Approximately half of those who suffer from this condition develop fevers; however, nausea and vomiting are not common (Uphold & Graham, 2013). The condition is also typically associated with asymptomatic urethritis when it is transmitted sexually and may eventually lead to a gradual unset of testicular pain, tenderness, dysuria and urethral discharge (Uphold & Graham, 2013). Chronic epididymitis is characterized by symptoms lasting for greater than six weeks (Uphold & Graham, 2013).
If edema and erythema disappear with 5-10 minutes of leg rising in the supine patient, it is suggestive of Neuropathy. On the other hand, persistence of these findings is a signal of infection. In which it usually occurs through the invasion and skin breakdown. There are some similarities between infection and Charcot joint such as, leukocytosis, fever, and hyper sedimentation. Systemic signs and symptoms or ulceration are more suggestive but not diagnostic of infection, and co-occurrence has been described in 16% of diabetics with ulcer.
In other hand, on the basis of wound healing processes, there are divided into two types of wounds, such as acute and chronic wounds (Bryant and Nix, ). Acute wounds are caused by traumas. However, these wounds are usually healable within 8 to 12 weeks. Acute wounds can also be caused by exposure to extreme heat, irradiation and irritated with corrosive chemicals. Chronic wounds are