Everything you need to know about Parenchymal Disease

Parenchymal kidney disease are described as cysts on the kidneys which are filled with a liquid. For unknown reasons these cysts are appearing inside the kidneys and can have a serious impact on their functions. However, commonly, kidney cysts are called simple kidney cysts – the non-cancer genic cysts that are rarely causing complications. It […]
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What are the Causes, Symptoms and Treatment for Kawasaki Disease

Kawasaki disease is a condition which causes inflammation to initiate on the interior walls of arteries throughout the entire body, including coronary arteries which are supplying the heart muscles with blood. It also has an effect on lymph nodes, skin and mucus inside the oral cavity, nose and throat. Symptoms of Kawasaki disease such as […]
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Macular dystrophy – Stargardt’s Disease

In correlation to hereditary genetic mutations, macular dystrophy causes disturbances of the inner black array of the eye where retina and photosensitive cells are located (photoreceptors). As the name would suggest, the macula (yellow spot) on the retina is being attacked during the course of macular dystrophy. Macula is the central part of the retina […]
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Dealing with Motor Neuron Disease

Motor neuron disease becomes obvious once a constant progressive degeneration of the corticospinal tract, cells of the anterior horn, bulbar motor nuclei or a combination of the mentioned. Symptoms vary in strength and intensity and they can include muscle weakness and atrophy, fasciculations, emotional instability and weak respiratory system. Diagnosis begins on testing the speed […]
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