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Ontak
...  cases - a huge step considering the poor response this cancer has to most treatments. Ontak is beneficial in treating malignant melanoma. Ontak is frequently prescribed to patients affected by cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, a cancer that affects a provided type of white blood cell and results in lesions to exhibiting one's skin. It has active ingredients of denileukin diftitox. ONTAK  ...

Fungal Infection
...  changing rooms and other warm and moist public places. Mycoses are classified according to the tissue invaded. There are superficial mycoses located in the outermost layers of the skin and hair. cutaneous mycoses are found deeper in the skin. Subcutaneous mycoses can infect dermis, subcutaneous tissues and muscles. Systemic mycoses start from fungal lung infection and may spread to many  ...

Dysmenorrhea
...  birth control while hormonal treatment may use GnRH agonists, progestins, and danazol for relief. There are also alternative treatments for the pain of dysmenorrhea. Acupuncture and transcutaneous electrical simulation (TENS) have been acknowledged to relieve pain. Other alternative treatments include vitamin B1, magnesium and iron supplements, herbal concoctions, and acupressure.  ...

Lips Cheeks And Palate
...  lateral walls of the oral cavity of a person is defined by his or her cheeks. The cheeks are composed of subcutaneous fat, covered with outer skin. The fat is atop the facial muscles - responsible for assisting a person for speech, the chewing of food in the mouth and facilitating facial expressions. Moist stratified squamous epithelium line the inner layers of the cheeks. The opening of the  ...

Vulva
...  vestibular bulbs, vaginal vestibule, and the vestibular glands. These parts are the ones surrounding the vaginal orifice. Read on to the definitions of each of these parts. Mons Pubis This is the subcutaneous pad of adipose connective tissue, and it puts a cover on the symphysis pubis. This part of the external genitalia is covered with pubic hair once a female gets sexually mature. It protects  ...


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