• Finger Wart

    Finger Wart

    A finger wart is a viral infection caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) that affects the skin, particularly the fingers but which is not very common. The appearance of finger warts may vary on […]

  • Fifth Disease

    Fifth disease refers to an illness caused from a human parvovirus B19, and is characterized by a rash on the cheeks, arms and legs. School going children and preschoolers often gets affected by the fifth […]

  • Fibrous Dysplasia

    Fibrous Dysplasia broadly defines a bone disease which damages and replaces a normal bone with fibrous bone tissue, in the process of which one or more bones get affected. It primarily occurs in childhood only, […]

  • Fibroids

    Fibroids or uterine fibroids refer to a non-cancerous or benign tumor originating from the smooth muscle layer accompanies by the connective tissue of the uterus. This is very common benign tumor found among females, especially […]

  • Fibrocystic Breast Disease

    A fibrocystic breast disease is characterized by lumpy, painful breasts. However, the term ‘disease’ should not be misunderstood as a disease or that the breasts are abnormal, but should be perceived as a fibrocystic change […]

  • Fibroadenoma

    Fibroadenoma refers to a benign or noncancerous tumor of the breast. It has been identified as the commonest forms of breast tumor among women below 30 years of age. Black women usually get succumbed to […]

  • Fever Blister

    Fever Blister

    Fever blister, also known as herpes labialis, refers to an infection of the mouth, gums or lips due to an exposure to the Herpes simplex virus type 1, which paves way for the growth of […]

  • Female Yeast Infection

    Female yeast infection or vaginal yeast infection is basically caused by the Candida albicans fungus, mostly present in small quantities in the vagina, mouth, skin and the digestive tract. It does not cause a disease […]

  • Female Gonorrhea

    Gonorrhea or the clap, refers to an extremely contagious sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by a bacteria. The clap is a nickname given to the treatment of clearing away the blockage inside the urethra due […]

  • Felty Syndrome

    Felty Syndrome is widely recognized as a rare disorder concerned with rheumatoid arthritis, inflamed spleen, reduced white blood cells (WBC) count and repetitive infections. Though the exact cause of felty syndrome is yet to be […]

  • Favus

    Favus or Tinea Favosa, refers to a chronic inflammatory dermatophytic infection or disease, which is generally caused on account of Trichophyton schoenleinii, and rarely owing to Trichophyton violaceum, Microsporum gypseum or Trichophyton mentagrophytes var quinckeanum. […]

  • Facial Wart

    Facial Wart is referred to as a particular small, rough growth appearing on the face, resembling a cauliflower or a solid blister. It is basically caused by Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) types 2 and 7. […]

  • Facial Skin Cancer

    Facial Skin Cancer can erupt anytime when the signs and symptoms appear like ordinary moles. If left untreated, it can lead to further damage on the skin and leave permanent scars thereon. The American Academy […]

  • Facial Cyst

    A facial cyst refers a severe form of acne which could be extremely painful as well as disfigured. Cysts developing on the face are better termed as epidermoid cysts, bumps of non-cancerous tissue arising from […]

  • Facial Cellulitis

    Facial Cellulitis refers to a particular skin infection that reflects swelling or inflammation, redness, pain and warmth. It can affect people of any age and if left untreated, can result into severe complications by spreading […]

  • Eye Infection

    An eye infection or an eye ailment refers to a bacterial or viral infection of the eye or the immediate tissue adjacent to the eye, such as conjunctivitis (or pink eye) that affects the membrane […]

  • Eye Disease

    A number of eye problems are minor and transitory, while a few could bring a permanent loss of vision. Some of the common eye problems or diseases include cataracts with clouded lenses, glaucoma that indicates […]

  • External iliac Vein

    External iliac veins are described as large veins connected between the femoral veins and the common iliac veins. They originate from the inferior margin of the inguinal ligaments, and conclude after joining the internal iliac […]

  • Exfoliative Dermatitis

    Exfoliative dermatitis is referred to as extensive scaling of the skin, primarily with pruritus (itching), hair loss and erythroderma (skin redness). This eruption of the scaling of the skin is mostly drug induced, idiopathic or […]

  • Ewing’s Sarcoma

    Ewing’s sarcoma is a cancerous or malignant bone tumor which is mostly found in children, anytime during their childhood, and in young adulthood (rarely in adults), but mostly develops during puberty at the time of […]