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Accolate
...  the feelings of fatigue, lethargy, nausea, itchy skin, anorexia and jaundice - you should immediately consult your doctor. There are other rare cases where you can experience a condition known as systemic eosinophilia or pneumonia, which is expressed as a worsening of your asthmatic symptoms, heart complications, and nerve disorder. Most of these symptoms, however, can be relieved by reducing  ...

Fungal Infection
...  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 organs. It is important to underline that mycoses are common for patients with immune deficiencies. Bear in mind that fungal  ...

Conduction System of the Heart
...  and the relaxation phase is called the diastole. The heart is responsible for pumping blood to the lungs and the rest of the body. The distribution of blood through pulmonary circulation and systemic circulation is accomplished by the systematic contraction and circulation of the cardiac muscle in the myocardium. For the blood to effectively produce and be distributed throughout the  ...

Routes Of Circulation
...  flow of circulatory blood is divided into 2 divisions: the pulmonary circulation and the coronary circulation. Pulmonary Circulation This division is complimented by systemic circulations. It consists of blood vessels that transport blood through these ways: the lungs for oxygenation, and for the return of the waste gases along the way and to the blood vessels, then back to the heart. The  ...


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