Archive for the ‘Information’ Category

  • Anal Skin Tag

    Anal Skin Tag

    Anal Skin Tags refer to the excess growth of skin in the anal area, particularly at those places that have been injured previously, or the growth has left some extra skin. It appears similar to […]

  • Anal Fistula

    Anal Fistula

    Anal Fistula is rather an abnormal linkage between the perianal skin and the epithelialised surface of the anal canal, originating from the anal glands and draining into the anal canal. If the outlet of the […]

  • Anal Fissure

    Anal Fissure

    Anal Fissure refers to a tiny tear along the lining of the anus, which causes bleeding, pain, and itching. Most anal fissures generally occur along the midline of the anus. This actually develops if there […]

  • Anal Cancer

    Anal Cancer

    Anal Cancer refers to a certain form of cancer that arises from the anus, which is the distal orifice of the GI (Gastrointestinal) Tract. It is must different from the otherwise commonest form of cancer, […]

  • Amyloidosis


    Amyloidosis refers to a group of diseases wherein Amyloid (a protein) gets deposited in the body organs and tissues. It may accumulate in a localized single organ or across the body systemically. There are three […]

  • Colon Hydrotherapy

    Colon Hydrotherapy

    Colon Hydrotherapy refers to the cleaning of the waste of the large intestine from gentle and purified water without any medicinal use. It is considered an extremely effective technique of cleaning the colon of wastes […]

  • Amniocentesis


    Amniocentesis refers to a special test wherein a sample of amniotic fluid is taken from the uterus of the woman to be examined in the laboratory for identifying any serious chromosomal abnormalities in the baby. […]

  • Amblyopia


    Amblyopia can be defined as reduced vision, caused unilaterally or bilaterally, the reason of which can be traced through a physical examination of the eye. Also commonly known as lazy eye, it could be reversed […]

  • Alpha


    Alpha 1 – Antitrypsin deficiency or just Alpha-1, can be defined as an autosomal codominant genetic disorder owing to defective growth of alpha 1 – antitrypsin (A1AT) that leads to reduced A1AT activity in the […]

  • Alopecia Totalis

    Alopecia Totalis

    Alopecia Totalis refers to the complete loss of all hair of the head, possibly due to a tissue in an individual’s autoimmune system causing an autoimmune disorder. The autoimmune system directly attacks the hair follicles […]

  • Alopecia Areata

    Alopecia Areata

    Alopecia Areata (or simply, AA) can be described as a medical condition wherein hair is lost from a few parts or the entire body, primarily affecting the scalp. This hair loss tends to be rapid […]

  • Allergic Vasculitis

    Allergic Vasculitis

    Allergic Vasculitis refers to an acute rejoinder to an infection, drug or a foreign substance, which could result into an inflammation (swelling) and damage to the blood vessels of the skin. It is mainly caused […]

  • Allergic Skin Reaction

    Allergic Skin Reaction

    An allergic skin reaction represents the way the body responds to an invasion or a foreign substance entering inside, known as an antigen. Typically, the immune system thereafter protects the body from such harmful agents, […]

  • Allergic Purpura

    Allergic Purpura

    Allergic Purpura is referred to as a bleeding disorder that occurs under the skin or mucous membranes, affecting the skin surface. It is primarily caused by allergy to parasites, bacteria, medicines, food, etc, which results […]

  • AIDS


    AIDS or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome refers to the final stage of HIV disease that causes extreme damage to the body’s immune system, as a result of an HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) infection, leaving the […]

  • AIDS Rash

    AIDS Rash

    AIDS Rash accompanies AIDS, after having been exposed to the syndrome for 2-3 weeks. Muscle pain, fever, headache and thrush are some of the often symptoms to AIDS rash, but not experienced by everyone. Small […]

  • Agranulocytes


    Agranulocytes are a specific category of WBC or White Blood Cells, which are represented by the non-existence of granules within their cytoplasm. These are of two forms, viz. Lymphocytes and Monocytes. The blood comprises three […]

  • Age Spots

    Age Spots

    Age Spots (also called Lentigines) are the brown-colored spots that appear on the face and entire body over time, due to overexposure to sun. Over time, our skin containing ‘melanin pigment’ becomes more vulnerable to […]

  • Bone Cell

    Bone Cell

    When talking about Bone Cell you would easily come to know that there are five types of bone cells and these include Osteocytes, Osteoprogenitors, Osteoblasts, Osteoclasts and bone-lining. There are some bone cells which are […]

  • Bone Cancer

    Bone Cancer

    The most common symptom of Bone Cancer is an excruciating sort of pain ,With time the pain increases and there is even a kind of deterioration in the condition. In most cases the pain can […]