Nasal Vestibulitis

It refers to the inflammation of tissues near nasal vestibule, which are around the opening of our nose. The infection is brought about by a bacterium known as Staphylococcus aureus. The condition causes an inflamed, red bump or a group of white ...

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 ...

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 ...

Leukorrhea in Early Pregnancy, Symptoms, Causes, Treatment

What is Leukorrhea ? It  pertains to the thick vaginal discharge which may or may not have any odor. Women experience this kind of vaginal discharge during their entire reproductive years, but it occurs due to a variety of reasons. There may ...

Sebaceous cysts

Sebaceous cysts are painless, slow growing little bumps that appear normally over the portions of neck, the genital area, trunk and the face. Generally they do not cause any problems or need any thorough medical treatments. Sebaceous cysts develop ...

Tinea versicolor

What is tinea versicolor ? It is a common fungal infection of skin and is experienced by most adults. It is a harmless condition caused by the yeast, known as Malassezia furfur which is known to live on the skin of most individuals without causing ...

Ear Infection Symptoms, Treatment

An ear infection or acute otitis media refers to a viral or bacterial infection of the middle ear, which is a space posterior to the eardrum that is filled with air and encloses the small, vibrating bones of the ear. Children are at greater ...

Dental Abscess

Dental abscess is a tooth infection rendering pain at its root or between them and the gum. It results in the collection of pus in the center of the tooth generally referred to as the pulp. Decay of tooth remains the major reason for dental ...

Necrotizing Fasciitis

What is Necrotizing Fasciitis ? Necrotizing fasciitis is a bacterial infection wherein the soft tissues are slowly eaten away by bacteria. Necrotizing comes from the root word “necrosis” meaning death, and fasciitis comes from the word ...
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