Infants and children who are dehydrated are noted to have sunken eyes and dry mouths. Urination is also less frequent than usual. They may also appear very sleepy, cry a lot, or may refuse to take in any
Definition of Liver Cirrhosis Cirrhosis is a complication of many liver diseases characterized by abnormal structure and function of the liver. The diseases that lead to cirrhosis do so because they injure and kill liver cells, after which the inflammation and repair that is associated with the dying liver cells causes scar tissue to form. The liver cells that do not die multiply in an attempt to replace the cells that have died. This results in clusters of newly-formed liver cells within the scar tissue. There are many causes of cirrhosis including chemicals (such as alcohol, fat, and certain medications), viruses toxic metals (such as iron and copper that accumulate in the liver as a result of genetic diseases).
Kidney failure can also be caused by autoimmune disorders, such as lupus erythematosus. Of the many types of disease-causing, most causes of diabetes mellitus. According to Budiman, 45 percent of sufferers of kidney failure caused by diabetes mellitus, 28 percent by high blood pressure, glomerulonephritis by 9 percent, and 18 percent of other
Introduction Diabetes mellitus is a disease where the sugar levels in one’s blood is above the normal level. This is caused when the body does not produce enough insulin or the body’s cells do not respond correctly to insulin or both. A manifestation of diabetes in the eye is diabetic retinopathy .This affects the retina of the eye. It is when small vessels which are damaged spill into the retina.
Lupus Nephritis is diagnosed to a patient in which Lupus largely affects the kidneys. This could be physically visible in the form of blood in the urine as an example, and other symptoms related to that of other kidney diseases. Lupus Nephritis has six stages: Class I – Class VI. The higher the class the more severe the implications of the disease are. Class I is the minimal mesangial lupus nephritis and for patients who are classified under this usually are in remission.
The frequency of this action make the sphincter weak, and the stomach acids begin repeatedly splashing up into the esophagus. Acid reflux can lead to bleeding and scarring of the esophagus. Lastly, many electrolytes such as sodium, chloride, and potassium deplete from the body, causing cardiac arrest, general weakness, and death in the most severe
Problem based learning bartter syndrome Name: Sarina Surname: Mirzaei Student No.: 17701411 Year 1 committee 2 Unknown words: • Meconium: The first intestinal discharges of the newborn infant, greenish in color and consisting of epithelial cells, mucus, and bile. (1) • Hyponatremia:
It can be a normal emotional response to different conditions like puberty, stress and anxiety. People suffering from Hypopnea might also show irritability in their behavior. Fatigue This is also one of the most common symptoms of Hypopnea. It is a general condition where a person feels the sensations of weariness, tiredness, weakness, low energy and exhaustion.
People who experience withdrawal will often endure a combination of physical and psychological symptoms that range from mild to severe, or even life-threatening. The early symptoms of alcohol withdrawal can appear six hours to a few days after a person’s last drink of alcohol. Each person is different and may experience one or more of a multitude of physical and mental symptoms that impact many areas of life. Feelings of anxiety and irritability are common.
Oral motor dysfunction is common in people with CP. The face and tongue are affected and the person can have a hard time swallowing and speech can be affected due to breathing problems and tongue and vocal chord control which results in difficulty communicating; these are considered secondary conditions of cerebral palsy. Other associative conditions such as intellectual impairment, epileptic seizures, hearing impairment, or vision impairment do not result from the same brain injury that caused cerebral palsy, but do occur frequently in those with the condition. It is estimated that approximately 50% of children with CP have some form of learning difficulties, however it must be noted also that some children with CP are very intelligent.
Cystic Fibrosis Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic disease that affects the lungs and the digestive system. Because this disease limits breathing ability, it is a life-threatening disease. In the United States alone, 30,000 people have cystic fibrosis and 1,000 new cases of CF are diagnosed every year. Over half the of the people with CF are over the age of 18. (About Cystic Fibrosis)
Jaundice is more apparent in the whites of the eyes. 4. Mrs. Fender’s prolonged clotting times and excessive bruising are related. Again, referring to normal physiological functioning of the liver, why do these two things happen when alcohol damages
It can also happen to due kidney diseases. They are three kinds of Metabolic alkalosis, 1) Hypocloermic alkalosis is caused by an extreme lack or loss of chloride, from prolonged vomiting. 2) Hypokelemic alkalosis, which is caused by the kidneys response to an extreme loss or lack of potassium. This can happen from taking diuretics.
Pompe disease is an inheritable problem caused by the buildup in the cells of the simple sugar, Glycogen. While the underlying problem is the lack of a specific enzyme called acid alpha-glucosidase. When the cells start to have this build up, the organs that they make up start to not function properly. There is known to be three types of this disease that show how severe they are. This is best known through the age in which it first stands out in a person, the younger they are the more severe it will most likely be.