Disease And Conditions Articles
Expert Author: Parry P
The condition in which water content and the frequency of passing of stool increases is known as diarrhea and dysentery. Usually in dysentery the stool is associated with mucous and blood. It may be acute or chronic and may present with few clinical features of moderate to severe dehydration and may even lead to death.
For removal of the liquid waste, urinary tract is used. It is the filter system of the body for the removal of the urine. Usually due to shorter urinary tract especially the women are more susceptible to bacteria. These bacteria as soon as it enters the urinary tract multiply and results into an infection which is known as urinary tract infection or simply UTI.
Cataract is a common problem especially for the old people. It nearly affects 60 per cent of the people over the age 60. When cataracts affect the people fully, they suffer from common complaints like difficulty in driving at night, participating in sports, reading, travelling to unfamiliar areas and all the activities in which clear vision is essential.
Diarrhea is a condition in which a person experiences a frequent watery stool against the normal stool or you can say that a person undergoes a loose stool frequently. Diarrhea itself is a disease under different condition or it is being related with the various digestive problems and it is one of their symptoms.
Fibroids are the masses which are slow growing fibrous tissue and compound of muscle. Some fibroids may cause problem and some fibroids never cause problems. Women suffer from the problem of fibroid. It develops in the muscle layer of the uterine wall. In fact all the fibroids are benign. Usually uterine fibroids or leiomyomas are known as tumor not because they are cancerous but because they are solid masses.
When there is an inflammation in the colon then this condition is termed as colitis. Autoimmune reactions, poor blood supply, and also infections are some of the major causes of colitis. Colon is a long muscular tube and pushes the food which is undigested towards the anus for natural elimination as bowel movement. It is the colon which is responsible for collection and storage of the waste products of digestion. The location of the colon is in abdominal cavity.
Bacterial vaginosis is a condition in which there is an overgrowth of normal bacteria in the vagina and it causes vaginal discharge. It is a fact that number of species of bacteria lives in the vaginal area and sometimes these bacteria may grow to excess resulting into vaginal discharge and it is known as bacterial vaginosis. Sometimes there is a vaginal discharge with a foul odor. But the normal discharge should be odorless and clear. In mild cases there is a vaginal discharge with fish-smelling. This happens usually after the intercourse. In mild case there is no other symptom.
Varicose veins are visible just beneath the skin as they are situated quite under the surface of the skin. Usually they are swollen and twisted veins. The size of the veins varies in size. Some are quite small and some are very large. Very small veins are situated in between the layers of the skin and they are not easily visible. They are also known as "thread veins" or "spider veins". These veins are different from the varicose veins and are very difficult to treat. Varicose veins are situated just beneath the skin and they are visible easily. They are also known as "reticular veins". As varicose veins bulge the skin slightly we can see it from outside of the skin.
Liver is the second largest organ in our body and its area of function is so wide that it contributes a major part in keeping a body fit and healthy. Mainly a digestive organ, it helps in carbohydrate and fat metabolism. It also improves the immunity system of the body and stores some vitamins and minerals. Care should be taken to maintain a healthy liver as a damaged liver can endanger the life.
Expert Author: Jaceline Peirrera
Arsenic is present all around the crust of the earth and its introduction to water takes place when the minerals and ores dissolve in water. The arsenic in some cases may not be fatal and it can change the color of your skin, reduce the number, and slow down the production process of the red blood cells. Bladder, kidney, skin, and liver cancer can potentially be the effects of prolonged arsenic consumption.
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