Peter Pan syndrome – Symptoms, Treatment

What is  Peter Pan Syndrome ? Individuals who do not wish to or are unable to grow up are said to suffer from the Peter Pan syndrome. Such people may have the body of an adult but their minds are very childish. They may not want to, or may ...

Non Hodgkin’s lymphoma Survival Rate

The growth of cancer cells that originate in the lymphatic system and develop from lymphocytes is referred to as Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. It is a more common condition than Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Symptoms of Non Hodgkin’s lymphoma Some ...

Ovarian cancer survival rate

Growth of cancer cells in the ovaries is referred to as ovarian cancer. Symptoms of ovarian cancer Constipation, diarrhea, excessive gas, indigestion and other gastrointestinal symptoms Lack of appetite Nausea and vomiting Pain in the legs, ...

Pancreatic cancer – Survival Rate

The pancreases is an organ that is located near the stomach and performs the functions of producing hormones that control sugar metabolism and of producing enzymes that help the digestive process. Pancreatic cancer results in the growth of cancer ...

Colon Cancer Survival Rate

The colon refers to the tube that begins at the end of the small intestine and ends at the rectum. The growth of cancer cells in the colon is known as colon cancer Symptoms of colon cancer Pale appearance of the skin Bleeding from the rectum ...

Toxic Shock Syndrome

What is Toxic Shock Syndrome ? Toxic Shock Syndrome refers to the medical condition wherein the infecting bacteria release toxins that distressing symptoms and even death if it goes untreated.  The syndrome often occurs as a complication of ...

Uterine Cancer Survival Rate

The growth of cancer cells that begin in the lining of the uterus and spreads to the uterus is known as uterine cancer. Symptoms of uterine cancer Some of the symptoms of uterine cancer are: Bleeding between menstrual periods or longer periods Post ...

Raynaud’s Syndrome

What is Raynaud’s Syndrome ? Raynaud’s Syndrome or RS occurs due to the excessive constriction of blood vessels in the toes and fingers. People suffering from the syndrome find that the skin on their toes and fingers turn pale, or sometimes ...

Prader Willi Syndrome

Prader Willi Syndrome (PWS) occurs when the paternal chromosome number 15 is unexpressed or deleted. The affected individuals suffer from certain kinds of mental, behavioral and physical problems. Also, they exhibit extreme fondness for eating ...

Piriformis Syndrome

Piriformis syndrome refers to the form of neuromuscular disorder which occurs as a result of the compression of the sciatic nerve. Affected individuals feel pain on their buttocks that sometimes goes down to the knees. They usually feel the ...
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