Reveal & relate topic: We all need to learn about Zika today because it is currently rapidly spreading around the globe. III. Credibility: According to an article by Debra Goldschmidt on CNN, April 15th of 2016 -- The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention screened a little over 4,000 people for the Zika virus between January and March. Over 4% tested positive for the virus. More than 94% tested negative and another 1% had an unspecified virus in the same family as Zika.
Among the ankle bones talus and calcaneum are involved in 47% and 40% cases respectively. (3) Similar findings were reported in a study by the US Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) in which 42 (13.04%) of 322 chondroblastomas diagnosed between 1985 and 1993 involved the foot. Out of these 17 (40.48% of chondroblastomas, or 5.28% of bone tumors) involved the calcaneus and 20 (47.62% of chondroblastomas, or 6.21% of bone tumors) involved the talus. (1) However the calcaneum involvement was only 6 (5.77%) out of 104 cases in one review by Bloem et al (4), and 0 out of 70 cases in another series by Turcotte et al (5). Chondroblastomas can be associated with aneurysmal bone cyst in 10-15% of cases.
There is considerable variability in TCM patterns regarding Allergic Rhinitis, and the relationships between the patterns are potential for an in-depth source ofreflcction. In a relevant study of 23 individual trials assessed for pattern differentiation in Allergic Rhinitis. Out of a total of 2,589 patients with Allergic Rhinitis, a total of only 15 patterns were found. As stated, and confirming the above statement, the most common sites of the disease were Lung, Spleen and Kidney and the most common nature of the disease was Qi deficiency. In fact, more than 58 percent of all pattern combinations in the study were related to Lung or Spleen qi deficiency.
This type of MS is seen in only a small percentage of patient’s. Progressive, cumulative symptoms and deterioration occur over several years.” (Ignataviscius & Workman, 2013, p. 978) (Ignataviscius & Workman, 2013, p. 978) Etiology The exact cause of MS is unknown and is very complex. • Viruses are recognized as causes of demyelination and inflammation, making it possible that a virus or other infectious agent can trigger MS. Though no single virus has been identified as causing MS in a genetically predisposed person. (Ignataviscius & Workman, 2013, p. 979) • MS is often seen in colder climates of the northeastern, Great lakes and the specific northwestern states, making the environment a possible MS trigger.
Down syndrome is a very common genetic disorder. 1 in every 691 kids are born in the United States has it according to the National Down Syndrome Society c. Symptoms of Downs include: mild to moderate mental disability, stunted growth, low muscle tone, and thyroid issues, higher risk for Alzheimer’s and heart failure. (Genetic Disorders Sourcebook, Third Edition) (Transition: Now that you have a better understanding of what Down Syndrome is, let’s take a look at the 2 most common ways Trisomy 21 occurs) II. Although there are more than two ways to acquire the extra 21st chromosome that causes Down Syndrome, I’m only going to cover the two most common. a.
This disease is predominant in the Amish population of Pennsylvania of USA. (4) EVC syndrome is one of the rare conditions with a birth prevalence of 7/10, 00, 000. (5) About 150 cases are stated in literature. Around less than 25 cases have been reported in India. (6)
2-The age range of patients 25-93 years . 3-12 were male and 36 were female patients. To assess the effect of topical 0.75%Metronidazole Gel on malodorous Cutaneous Ulcers. 1-By day 7 ,malodour had fallen to 11% and by day14 to 4%. 41 patient (95%) of 43 patients at 14 days reported decreased smell.
The response rate of the participants were 100%. Out of the total 106 respondents, 62 (58.5%) of them were females and 44 (41.5%) of them were males, aged between 5 to 11 years with a median age of 7.9 years. 35 (33%) out of the 106 participants reported of having their first visit to the dentist while the remaining 71 (67%) have visited a dentist in the past for dental treatment. Most of the common chief complaints reported by the parents of the child participants were experience of tooth pain, presence of caries and a feeling of discomfort around the tooth region. The results were gathered through the questionnaire and the results are as
People who have had contact with anyone infected by pneumonic plague are given prophylactic antibiotics. Using the broad-based antibiotic streptomycin has proven to be dramatically successful against the bubonic plague within 12 hours of infection. (Wikipedia) The black plague originated 15-22 thousand years ago in the mountains of central Asia in the Sartan. The most well known breakout however was in Europe between the 8th and the 14th centuries, during which 25% of the population (25 million people) died. Yerisinia Pestis can infect humans, insects and rodents.