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Actonel
...  not be suitable with Actonel and may be given alternative treatment. Actonel Side Effects One of the common side effects of Actonel is the increase of risk in osteonocrosis (particularly in the Jaw), and is more common among patients suffering from cancer or those under bisophonates. Chemotherapy, radiation, and other forms of cancer treatments do not work well together with the components  ...

Boniva
...  chills, headache, muscle or joint ache, swelling on the injected area. Patients might also experience other serious side effects, although it is less likely to happen. These include: pain in the Jaw area, increase or decrease in urination, pain in the muscle, joint and bones, swelling of tongue, throat and face, breathing difficulty and severe  ...

Geodon
...  Another side effect which could be life threatening is the Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome which could be detected by these signs: irregular heartbeat, fever, stiffening of the muscles in the cheek, Jaw, leg or arm area. Other signs were already mentioned above. Any of the signs should not be ignored, as it is difficult to tell it apart from an ordinary side effect and Neuroleptic Malignant  ...

Parkinsons Disease
...  impairment of the person’s speech, motor skills and several other important functions. There are four major symptoms of this condition; and this includes: trembling of the arms, hands, legs, Jaw, and the face; tremor; slowness of movement; and postural instability characterized by the impairment of balance and coordination. Causes There are several people who acquire Parkinsons disease  ...

Tetanus
...  Normally, tetanus could be acquired when a person has a wound infected by the bacteria. Symptoms Tetanus could be first seen when a person experiences stiffness or contraction of the muscles in the Jaw or in other areas, fever, difficulty in breathing, and worse, stopping of the heartbeat. Being infected with tetanus causes the body to produce a certain toxin which could be very harmful and  ...

Tonsillitis
...  is still undergoing development. Tonsillitis is normally characterized with fever, sore throat, difficulty in swallowing, hoarseness or loss of voice, and unusual softness of the throat or the Jaw. Sometimes, ear pain, headache and chills could also be present. What Are The Risks Involved? For children, having tonsillitis is equivalent to an adult having common cold. Most of the bacteria  ...

Acromegaly
...  seriously considered. Early symptoms of acromegaly are as follows: Abnormally large hands and feet Mild arthritis Alteration in facial bone structure Enlargement of the nasal bone Spaced out teeth Jaw and eyebrow protrusion All of the above manifestations can very easily be dismissed as normal features or physical appearance. But once they are accompanied by joint pain, deepening of the voice,  ...

Mouth
...  parts for both functions. It has a lot of parts, some of which are the teeth, lips, gums, tongue, and tonsils. Its bigger parts that connect it to the rest of the skull are the lower and upper Jaw. The lower Jaw is that which moves up and down to enable the opening and closing of the mouth, and the upper Jaw is that which connects the mouth to the rest of the skull. The following is a  ...

Neck Muscles
...  in the anterior neck area and is used for flexion. They lie right over the cervical vertebrae and may be injured by whiplash. Infrahyoid and suprahyoid – these muscles are for opening the Jaw and for flexing the neck, and are found in the anterior neck area. They are found above the trachea. Splenius capitis, splenius cervsi and the semispinalis capitis muscles – the splenius is  ...

Lymph Nodes
...  the node and the honeycomb design acts like a filter that takes out particles that are too big to pass through them. If you want to feel one of your lymph nodes, you can find it just under the Jaw, beside your tonsils. Once a harmful element has been neutralized by the lymph nodes, it is again released into the lymph system to be secreted out of the body along with the other wastes from  ...


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