Broken ankle

Broken ankles are one of the most common types of joint and bone injuries. Most people tend to visit a doctor due to occurrence of symptoms such as pain, difficulties in walking or due to concern of a bone being broken. Broken ankle can often ...

Low Grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion

Low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion is a type of irregular development of squamous cells on the top layer of the cervix.  The cervix, as we know, is  a little organ, in the form of a cylinder that lies as a part of the lower end of the ...

Hemoglobin A1c – Test, Chart, Normal Range, Levels

What is  Hemoglobin A1c ? Hemoglobin is a type of protein molecule occurring in the red blood cells of the body. Hemoglobin mainly performs the vital function of supplying the oxygen produced by the lungs in the body to the different tissues ...

Lymphocytes – Normal Range, High, Low

What are lymphocytes ? Lymphocytes refer to a kind of white blood cells that can be found in the blood of a human body. All of us are aware of the importance of white blood cells in the body and the role that they play in protecting the body ...

Erythrocytes in Urine

Erythrocytes or the red blood cells are the main components of the blood cells present in the human body. The erythrocytes are flattened, biconcave and circular and also have the capability to change shapes to facilitate the act of squeezing ...

Leukocytes in Urine

The Urinary system consists of a number of different parts, including the kidneys, the urethra, the bladder and the ureters. A test known as urinalysis is normally used to detect the occurrence of leukocytes in urine. The detection of leukocytes ...

Tiny Red Dots on Skin

Tiny red dots on the skin may indicate the presence of a number of skin disorders. A few conditions that result in tiny red dots on the skin may go away on their own, while others like measles require medical attention. A few of the conditions ...

Infected Eczema

Infected eczema develops when bacteria, virus or fungi get into the damaged skin caused by eczema. This condition causes red, itchy and oozing fluid-filled blisters. The infected skin can be so itchy that the patient could not help but scratch ...

Strep Throat

Contents – We cover  strep throat pictures, symptoms, signs, causes and treatment in this article. What is Strep Throat ? It refers to condition caused due to bacterial infection of the throat that can result in increased sensations of ...

Muscle Atrophy – Causes

Here are muscle atrophy causes, information on symptoms and treatment. What is Muscle Atrophy ? Muscle Atrophy is medically defined as  a condition that is commonly characterized by decrease in the mass of the muscle, either partially or completely. ...
Page 3 of 3512345...102030...Last »