Natasha Tracy, said “Alcoholism is a disease that damages the brain,liver, heart, and other organs.” Meanwhile,some people don’t notice that they have problems once they have been developed a dependence on alcohol, he or she will drink regardless of any serious physical symptoms. Is crucial for people to seek for help as alcoholism because it could cause death if they don’t
It is interesting to note that most of the factors associated with Fournier’s gangrene such as diabetes, colorectal and urogenital diseases, occur in later life. Some have proposed poor socioeconomic conditions and alcoholism as contributory factors. – Regarding social class, Fournier’s gangrene occurs in affluent as well as poor communities as evidenced by many case reports from affluent areas of the USA and Europe. RELEVANT ANATOMY : The complex anatomy of the male external genitalia helps in the initiation and progression of the disease process. It involves the superficial and deep fascial planes of the genitalia.
It includes the following sub types:- i) Erythrodermic Psoriasis It involves the wide spread of inflammation of skin over the most of the body surface. It is a rare type of psoriasis, occurring once or more during the lifetime of 3 percent of people who have this type of psoriasis. It is accompanied by severe itching or pain. ii) Psoriasis vulgaris This is the most common form of psoriasis, and the one with which most people are familiar; about 80% to 90% of all psoriasis is this type. It is a chronic stationary psoriasis and forms the thickened patches of red skin covered with silvery white scales.
(History of chickenpox,2017). The cause of this disease is a virus named Varicella Zoster. The infection is complemented by the respiratory system, the virus can be inhaled from the patient's skin follicles when exfoliated, or through the use of the patient's clothing. This report is going to mention important information’s regarding chickenpox disease in details including signs and symptoms of this disease, main things that cause chickenpox and how to prevent this contagious disease and control It, it is important to know about this disease and other skin diseases because the skin is more susceptible to disease than any other part of the body because it is directly related to the external
These symptoms show up in early childhood or in late adulthood. These symptoms onset at three different sites of the body. The first symptoms appear on the skin which is the largest organ in our body. Symptoms including freckling, sunburn, and skin cancer (5). Freckles appear on the skin due to the exposure of sunlight.
Alcoholism is a significant problem in American society. About 20 million people in the United States abuse alcohol and out of that number, around 10 million are addicted to alcohol and considered an alcoholic ("Alcoholism" 1). In The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls, Jeannette's father, Rex, shows signs of being an alcoholic. His disease puts a lot of strain on the family and relationships within the family and eventually, Jeannette's father dies from heart failure, a common disease caused by alcoholism. Rex Walls can be identified as an alcoholic father by most of the six identifiers of an alcoholic from the American Addiction Center.
The study investigated factors associated with relapse and remission of alcohol dependent persons after community based treatment. The study found that factors significantly associated with relapse to alcohol use included severity of alcohol use and craving for alcohol at intake and the age of onset of alcohol drinking. Further the study found a statistically significant predictive value in the mean score of alcohol related problems in the community based group (health, social, financial and legal). The study therefore concluded that identifying factors that are associated with relapse after alcohol dependence treatment is likely to improve the effectiveness of treatment and prevent relapse in persons at risk (Kuria,
Elliott, 2008). In an epidemiologic study of 76 cases of DFSA from the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine in Australia, researchers reported that 77 percent of the time alcohol was ingested by the victim. Prescription drugs were voluntarily used in 49 percent of the cases, and recreational drugs were taken by 26 percent of the victims. Twenty-two cases showed drugs unknown to the victim, suggesting surreptitious methods in administering that drug to the victim. Multiple substances were found in six cases (Hurley, Parker, & Wells,