The body goes through 3 main phases after these symptoms and each phase has its own symptoms but relates to each other, also the three phases may appear at the same time. (webMD,2017) (healthHKart,2013) The first phase includes itching and the appearance of pink or red bumps called (papules). Papules spread all over the body, in severe cases, it could spread even to the eyes, mouth or genitals. In the second phase, the pumps will turn into small blisters filled with fluid (vesicles). These vesicles pop and start to leak after one day.
Spinal Stenosis- Overview- Spinal Stenosis is a condition in which there is narrowing of the spinal canal. This is commonly seen in the lumbar and cervical spine. Lumbar spine stenosis is often accompanied by nerve impingement. It includes central as well as lateral recess stenosis. In lateral canal stenosis as there is involvement of the nerve it results in severe radiculopathy, with muscle weakness, pain and immobility.
The diabetic foot is a notorious condition that podiatrists treat frequently. Multi-factorial in its development, the diabetic foot is a complex complication of diabetes mellitus1. Characteristically, the condition results in an increase in pressures acting on the plantar aspect of the foot, resulting in tissue destruction1. Alterations in anatomical structures force the foot to adapt in order to maintain some function, and in doing so, alters the biomechanics of the lower limb1. Pathological changes become increasingly prevalent and prevention of tissue destruction becomes exceedingly difficult1.
1.1 INTRODUCTION Myasthenia Gravis as well as known by the name (MG) is autoimmune neuromuscular disease that caused weakness in the skeletal muscles, the muscle that are used for movement to do activity of daily living. Myasthenia Gravis are caused by the neuromuscular disorder. The neuromuscular disorder for Myasthenia Gravis occurs when communication between nerve cells and muscles becomes impaired. This neuromuscular disorder caused the important muscle to make the contraction movement from occurring, that caused muscle weakness, resulting rapid fatigue of any of the muscles under voluntary control. Symptoms include drooping of one or both eyelids, diplopia and difficulty swallowing, chewing and speaking.
b. (GBS) Guillain-Barre’ Syndrome is and uncommon sickness of the nervous system in which a person’s own immune system damage the nerve cells, causing muscle weakness, and sometimes paralysis ("Zika and Guillain-Barré Syndrome." Centers for Disease Control and Prevention., 14 Apr. 2016). 1.
A match may be confirmed if two samples have RFLP band sizes that are all within 5% of one another in size. Figure 1: "RFLP analysis" Applications of RFLP: Several genetic diseases can be detected by using RFLP analysis such as sickle cell anemia and cystic fibrosis. Specifically sickle cell anemia is caused by a single mutation of a nucleotide i.e. adenine is replaced by thymine. This mutation occurs at a point in the DNA sequence that is recognized by the restriction enzyme MstII in a person without the disease.
There are many symptoms such as hoarseness, swallowing problems, swelling in neck, chest or upper back pains, and many more to include. (AHA) Marfan syndrome and Loeys-Dietz syndrome are very alike in the way that they both have the condition, Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm and many other comparisons. (Marfan Foundation) Some of the symptoms they share is stretch marks, variable skeletal findings, and Dural Ectasia. Both Marfan and Loeys-Dietz syndrome are found throughout the body, making both of these genetic disorders impossible to cure. (Marfan
Molecular Diagnostics of Klinefelter Syndrome Submitted to: Tarana Sharmin Lecturer Department of Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology Authored by: Hasan Al Reza Roll: 10 Session: 2011-2012 Department of Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology University of Dhaka Date: 19th April, 2015 Klinefelter Syndrome Klinefelter’s Syndrome (KS) also known as 47, XXY is a sex chromosomal abnormality. It is a form of aneuploidy whereby the male patient has an extra X chromosome. The primary hallmark of the disease is male sexual sterility. The symptoms are sometimes subtle and only discovered late into adolescence. Some symptoms become prominent after puberty such as hypogonadism, development of breasts, less body hair, weaker muscles, poor muscle co-ordination, greater height, and loss of sexual drive.
Muscle imbalance, poor alignment of the kneecap, overuse of the leg and a flat feet are the reasons why it occurs. Of all the knee injuries, Runner’s knee, also known as Patella Femoral Syndrome or Anterior Knee Pain, is the pain under and around the kneecap. It is caused by a problem with the way the kneecap moves which places extra stress on the cartilage resulting in friction on the back of the knee. There are a number of causes which increase the forces and friction going through the kneecap that results to runner’s knee. Muscle tightness, muscle weakness, foot position, Q angle and also anatomy are some of the reasons why the patella stops from moving