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Flatulence (diseases)

Although it sounds so complicated, flatulence is nothing but gas -- Something that all of us is familiar with. People usually produce about 1 to 3 pints of gas in a day and this gas is released around fourteen times a day. It's not really serious enough to be a more...

Folic acid deficiency (diseases)

A person suffering from folic acid deficiency will have very low levels of folic acid, a form of vitamin B. This causes a condition known as anemia that is brought about by very few red blood cells that grow to a huge size. The body’s cells require folic acid to enable more...

Herpes zoster (diseases)

Herpes zoster, a viral disease that goes by its more common name, shingles, is preceded by the varicella zoster virus, which causes chickenpox in children and young adults. Despite being a relatively short-lived illness, the chicken pox virus remains in a person's body, appearing as shingles several years after the more...

Muscles of thigh and the hip (anatomy)

MUSCLES OF THIGH AND THE HIP ANATOMY The pelvic girdle and the vertebral column both yield the various muscles responsible for initiating movement of the thigh at the level of the hip. These muscles then attach at their points of insertion along the femur at various locations. These muscles are not more...

Pruritus (diseases)

Pruritus is simply the medical word for itchy skin. But there’s really nothing simple about it, because there can be dozens, even hundreds, of different causes of itchy skin. Itchy skin can be something as simple as dryness due to cold weather, or it can be a sign more...