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.
OP has become a major health problem, which is expected to worsen with aging populations worldwide1. During the past three decades, a range of medications has been used for the prevention and treatment of OP, but some of them are entirely satisfactory. For example, bisphosphonates can lead to atypical femoral fractures and osteonecrosis of the jaw with long-term use, although it can effectively reduce the loss of bone mass; hormone replacement therapy is recommended only in women who also have menopausal symptoms, and some drugs like Raloxifene can increase the risk of blood clots and strokes. Denosumab, a fully human monoclonal antibody, acts as a new drug for the treatment of OP, has also many side effects include low calcium blood levels, infections, skin and jawbone problems, and pain in the muscles, back, arms and legs2. Therefore, it is always necessary to look for some novel therapies of treatment.
• Stools having abnormal color. In recent research done by Dr. Axe described that Many adults suffer from gallbladder problems during middle or late adulthood, especially women, who develop gallstones much more than men do. (1) And cholecystectomy, surgery to remove the gallbladder, is one of the most common operations performed on adults in the United States every year. Yet it’s common for even those who have gallbladder issues to be a bit unsure of what the gallbladder does exactly and that a gallbladder diet can help prevent and treat certain issues. The Gallbladder Diet: Gallstones Prevention, Gallbladder Diet and Other Natural Treatments.
People born with Trisomy 21 are also more likely to be born with heart defects. Congenital heart disease affects almost half of the babies born with Down syndrome. CHD can lead to high blood pressure in the lungs, the heart not able to pump blood to throughout the body, and cyanosis, which is blue-tinted skin because of the lack of oxygen in the skin. Down syndrome also affects the immune system and makes it much harder for the immune system to fight off infections. People with Down syndrome are twelve times more likely to die from an infection than somebody without it.
The body is unable to recognize that the body has a sufficient amount of iron so the body continues to absorb iron from the food we as humans eat until it severely damages our body organs causing an imbalance in body chemistry which could ultimately lead to death if the hemochromatosis goes unchecked without any treatment. Iron is essential to the human’s survival but too much iron is proven to be deadly. Symptoms of Hemochromatosis includes having weak bone joints, fatigue, and general weakness. The Lymph nodes also swell up as the iron supply is heavily distributed in our bloodstream and our body. Iron levels are extremely high in all areas of the body except for the Macrophages.
This disease is an autoimmune disease which means that the immune system of the body creates antibodies against the body’s thyroid gland as it is a foreign tissue. The cause of this autoimmune attack is still unknown but scientists are still working on it but some scientists say that this disease somehow associated with the other autoimmune conditions like type 1 diabetes or celiac disease. Hashimoto’s thyroiditis occurs in adulthood and it mostly occurs in women, it occurs 5-10 times more in women than men. In many cases when the blood was drawn from the patients suffering from Hashimoto’s thyroiditis there were antibodies in large number which works against thyroid-specific proteins which includes thyroperoxidase and thyroglobulin. How this condition leads to the hypothyroidism?
Which gives a better quality of life? To answer these questions we need more knowledge and a better understanding on what charcot syndrome foot actually is. Charcot foot disease is a very serious condition and it is very common in diabetic patients. (LC Rogers 2011) Increased blood sugar level in diabetics leads to damage of blood vessels, nerves and impaired circulation. Damage to nerves causes peripheral neuropathy, leading to deficits in sensation, autonomic dysfunction and motor impairments.
Abstract: Ocular lymphomas are rare malignancies that display a myriad of clinical manifestations; therefore the diagnosis can be a challenging task. Almost all intraocular lymphomas are B cell non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas. Although the orbit is an extranodal site where lymphocytes are not found under normal conditions, lymphoid tumors are the third most common cause of proptosis in the adults. Ocular lymphomas are most challenging cases seen by ophthalmologists and are more serious eye conditions, leading possibly to blindness and death. We describe a series of 4 cases which presented as ocular adnexal masses and a view on clinicopathological details.
Complications include: (Grossman & Porth, 2014). • Anemia- When your kidneys are not working correctly, your body may not have enough red blood cells • Skeletal Disorders- ESRD can cause bone tenderness and muscle weakness. • Heart disease- Heart disease is the most common cause of death among people on dialysis. Also, fluid build-up can occur, you may notice a faster heartbeat and swelling that starts in your feet and ankles and moves upward. • Neuromuscular disorder-Peripheral neuropathy usually affects the lower limbs more than the upper limbs.