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Prilosec
...  is the generic name of Prilosec. It is essentially a drug used to treat people with gastroesophagul reflux disease, dyspepsia, ulcer, laryngopharyngeal reflux, as well as other conditions related to excess acid in the stomach. Prilosec is a proton pump inhibitor that decreases the amount of acid in the stomach. It heals erosive esophagitis, which is essentially the damage done to the  ...

Biaxin
...  Biaxin, also more known as Clarithromycin, is a drug used as treatment for pharyngitis, acute maxillary sinusitis, tonsillitis, acute bacterial exacerbation of chronic bronchitis, skin and skin structure infections, and pneumonia, especially Chlamydia pneumoniae. Biaxin generic is also sometimes used to treat legionellosis, helicobacter pylori and lyme disease. To buy Biaxin online would  ...

Ontak
...  serious side effects are skin itching or rash, weight gain or loss, mild diarrhea or constipation, nausea, vomiting and loss of appetite. ONTAK PRECAUTIONS Doctors need to look out for capillary leak syndrome, which can occur anytime during the course of the treatment and can cause death too. Edema, serum albumin, weight and blood pressure need to be checked regularly while the patient  ...

Thyroid Cancer
...  the removal of the thyroid. It is very seldom that chemotherapy is needed to treat thyroid cancer. Thyroid cancer has different classifications based on their histopathological characteristics. Papillary thyroid cancer, often found in young females and comprises 75%-85% of all cases Follicular thyroid cancer, comprising 10-20 percent of all cases Medullary thyroid cancer, comprising 5-8 percent  ...

Croup
...  obstruction of the airway by a foreign body. Then, the doctor requests for tests to be done such as complete blood count, X-rays and culture of the suspected pathogen as needed. Croup, also known as laryngotracheobronchitis, leads to swelling of the larynx, trachea and large bronchi. Infection causes the swelling (due to the infiltration of white blood cells). The swelling interferes with normal  ...

Endometrial Carcinoma
...  by post-menopausal women is the Type II Endometrial Carcinoma. Unlike the previous type, this has a poorer prognosis. This is because any one of three diseases can occur, namely Uterine Papillary Serous Carcinoma, High-Grade Endometroed Cancer and Uterine Clear Cell Carcinoma. This type, fortunately, is limited only to African-American women. This cancer has many more subtypes. The most  ...

Mouth
...  not the least is the articulation of the speech, which involves numerous parts of the mouth to work together, namely the tongue, lips, and jaw. These parts of the mouth work with the lungs, larynx, glottis, and other vocal chords and apparatus that the body has. These three processes, when put together, are what we then call the miracle of our human speech. The most fascinating part is  ...

Lungs
...  chest cavity, air from the lungs then travels out of the airways. This cycle is repeated every time you breathe. The air you breathe goes into the trachea and travels down to the vocal cords in the larynx up to the bronchi. From the bronchi, the air then passes through each lung until it reaches the alveoli. The oxygen concentration in each air sac is high; this causes the oxygen to pass across  ...

Larynx
...  singers, then you might be wondering how they are able to produce such beautiful melodies that normal people don’t. You may also be wondering about a certain someone who has to have his/her larynx removed because of unavoidable illness or injury. The larynx is usually called the voice box because it is where sound comes from. It is the one that manages the pitch and volume produced by  ...

Visual Sense
...  and dark adaptation occurs to assist the eye in adjusting to the light, especially when a person comes out from a darkened room. The mechanism involves the amount of available rhodopsin and pupillary reflex. The pupil enlarges in dim light to allow more light to enter the eye and contracts in bright light to receive less light. When you suddenly come out of a dark room and enter a  ...


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