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Cholangitis

Cholangitis refers to a swelling (inflammation) in the bile duct, which transports the bile from the individual's liver and gallbladder into the duodenum. The duodenum is the first part of the individual’s small intestine. In most cases, cholangitis occurs suddenly caused by a bacterial ...

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Gout

Gout refers to the painful condition in which extra uric acid in a body creates swelling and tenderness in the joints, particularly the big toe. People frequently mistake it for a severe form of arthritis, in which the body's joints enlarge due to injury or a variety of other factors. Arthritis may ...

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Belly Fat

Firstly, I tell you that what is belly fat? Belly fat is fat around our abdomen, also called Abdominal Obesity. There are two types of fat, Visceral Fat----Fat that surrounds the organ is visceral fat. Subcutaneous Fat----That presents under the skin. Belly fat is common in many men ...

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Diverticulitis/ Diverticulosis

Introduction: Diverticula are small, bulging pouches present in the digestive system lining; these are primarily found in the lower part of the large intestine. Diverticula rarely cause any problem in the body, and it is common in people forty years of age or above. The presence of these pouches ...

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Supraspinatus Action

Your rotator cuff is supported by tiny muscles; one of them is the supraspinatus. The supraspinatus is a small upper back muscle that runs from the superior part of the scapula (shoulder blade) to the larger tubercle of the humerus. The supraspinatus muscle is separated from the infraspinatus ...

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Severe Infection-Sepsis

Microorganisms are a natural part of our everyday lives which are found in air, soil, water, and bodies. Many germs on and inside our bodies cause no harm to us—some of them even aid in keeping us healthy. However, a very small percentage of germs cause severe infections. The word infection ...

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Serratus Posterior

The Serratus posterior muscles are paired muscles located at the junction of thoracic and lumbar regions. These muscles connect the upper and lower extremity to the vertebral column. These are two types of serratus posterior muscles; The Serratus Posterior Superior muscle The Serratus ...

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Paleo Autoimmune Protocol

The paleo autoimmune diet is modified to boost the immune system and gut lining in autoimmune sufferers. The autoimmune disease appears when the body's immune system attacks mistakenly by its cells and causes systemic inflammation. Autoimmune diseases in the United States drive more than 20 million ...

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Opponens Pollicis

The group of muscles that collectively support movement and functioning of the hand is called thenar muscles. These Thenar muscles include: Adductor pollicis: Thenar muscles can be found near the thumb of the hand that can produce an elevated region known as thenar eminence. Flexor pollicis ...

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Intrinsic Asthma

Asthma is the most common ailment, especially in the United States, characterized by breathing problems caused by blocked airways and lungs. Inflammation of the airways occurs for various reasons, both recognized and unknown. The origin of asthma has yet to be identified, so there is no available ...

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Frequent Urination

Frequent urination and urinary frequency mean excessive urination (more than usual) during the day. This condition can disrupt a person's regular routine and interrupts their sleep cycle, caused by certain medical issues such as pregnancy, diabetes, etc. Usually, people urinate 6 to 7 times a day, ...

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Flexor Carpi Radialis

Flexor carpi radialis (FCR) is a spindle-shaped muscle present in the forearm of the human body. As the name indicates, the flexor is the muscle that flexes a joint, whereas carpus is a Latin word that means wrist. So, flexor carpi radialis is a forearm muscle that helps to flex and abduct the hand ...

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