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Lasix
...  of the liver can lead to liver deterioration and malfunctioning that arises as a result of chronic injury. The scar tissues block the flow of blood through the liver. This condition of scarring will lead to many complications like loosing the ability to control infection, failure to remove bacteria and toxin from the liver, failure to process nutrients and maintenance of hormonal  ...

Dactinomycin
...  used for some types of cancers like testicular and sarcomas. This type of drug is normally recommended for children, although adults may use this, too. It particularly impacts on cancers of the soft tissues and bones (specifically the tendons and muscles), cancer of the testicles and tumors in the womb. It is purchased under the brand names of Act-D, Actinomycin D and Cosmegen. Dactinomycin is  ...

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

Cirrhosis of The Liver
...  lead to liver damage. What does cirrhosis of the liver do to the body? Cirrhosis of the liver can lead to liver deterioration and malfunctioning that arises as a result of chronic injury. The scar tissues block the flow of blood through the liver. This condition of scarring will lead to many complications like loosing the ability to control infection, failure to remove bacteria and toxin from  ...

Celiac Disease
...  oats, barley, and rye to name a few. If any person with this disease consumes the said food products, it will result in inflammation within the small intestine. This could eventually damage the soft tissues within the body, more specifically around the small intestine. This will lead to poorer digestion. With poor digestion, you will have less energy, less vitamins, and less minerals which could  ...

Cushing’s Disease
...  used for curing people who are suffering from Cushing's disease. Common causes of Cushing’s syndrome According to scientific studies, this disease is normally developed by people whose body tissues are exposed to extremely high levels of cortisol. Cortisol, a natural hormone produced by the human body, is produced by the adrenal cortex as a response to stimulants of stress and anxiety.  ...

Hay Fever
...  producers of very small, dry and light protein particles called pollen. The pollen particles are spread by the wind and are consequently inhaled by people. The pollen stays in the nasal lining tissues and to other parts of the body’s respiratory tracts and then initiates the allergic response. For people who are diagnosed with hay fever, you can always seek medications from  ...

Abortion
...  the fetus during this time is crushed so that it will be easy to take it out. The curette is also used in this process to scrape out all of the contents of the uterus and remove all of the remaining tissues. The fourth type of abortion procedure is the dilation and extraction, and is done 20 weeks from last menstrual period. This procedure commonly takes place over a span of three days, and  ...

Allergic Reactions
...  The antibodies try to detect and to destroy substances that can cause different illnesses and diseases by releasing substances called mediators. Mediators affect the body’s local organs and tissues and activate more levels of white blood cells and antibodies. The rapid increase of antibodies and mediators in the body leads to various effects that cause the symptoms of allergic  ...

Angioedema
...  hives and angioedema is that the former occurs on the surface of the skin while the latter can occur without the hives, depending on its underlying cause. Angioedema usually occurs within the tissues beneath the eyes and lips. Its rate of progression is usually different with each patient. The condition normally advances within a matter of minutes or may take a few hours. Angioedema is  ...


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