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Aspirine is a very common generic name for acetylsalicylic acid, a very versatile drug used for a variety of situations. Aspirine has an analgesic effect that can relieve minor aches and pains. It also acts as an antipyretic useful for lowering fevers, an more...

Cerebral edema (diseases)

Cerebral Edema, put simply, is the presence of a large amount of water in the spaces of the brain. It may be brought about by a handful of neural injuries and other conditions that affect the brain and its properties. If not treated immediately, Cerebral Edema may cause death. CEREBRAL EDEMA more...

Iritis (diseases)

Iritis is either an acute or chronic inflammation associated with the iris of the eye. Iritis can strike patients of all ages and is generally considered an opthalmalic problem. Acute iritis can usually be treated and healed within a few weeks of diagnosis while chronic iritis can last the rest more...

Kawasaki disease (diseases)

Kawasaki Disease is a rare form of vasculitis disease which usually occurs during childhood. The name came from the person who founded it in 1967, Dr. Tomisaku Kawasaki from Japan. The condition is also known as mucocutaneous node disease, lymph node syndrome, Kawasaki syndrome or infantile polyarteritis. It affects several more...

Vasculitis (diseases)

Vasculitis, or angiitis, belongs to a group of diseases which cause inflammation of the body’s blood vessels. It is a disorder in which the body’s immune system inadvertently targets blood vessels which result in inflammation. All blood vessels are affected by this disease, from the aorta, the body’s largest and more...