When we are told to give a list of our basic needs, we often mention food, shelter, clothing, air, and water. But do you know physical Intimacy is also important for our overall well-being? According to studies, regular physical Intimacy can add many boosts to your well-being.
The issue of penis shrinkage in men is a condition that needs urgent attention and should not be overlooked. Most men who suffer from this condition have low self-esteem and they never become proud of themselves. If the organ that signifies man's masculinity is looking small what else would be the fate of the affected?
Congratulations! You've made it through your forties and fifties and are about to enter your golden years. The children are out of the home, and many of you are about to retire or have already done so—which means your level of stress may be at an all-time low!
When someone thinks of the harm that sugar can cause, especially when its consumption happens in an exaggerated way, whether in the form of table sugar, in the form of sweets, or in the form of industrialized products, one of the first problems that arises in the mind is weight gain.
Splenic abscess in sickle cell disease patients is one of the spleen dysfunction found in this set of patients. It is a result of infective endocarditis which occurs in about five percent of patients, thus splenic abscess is an infectious disease that moves from a contagious site to the spleen in the body.
Bone marrow hyperplasia is a condition of sickle cell disease patients that also leads to anemia and it also has a resultant effect of weakening the skeletal tissue by widening the medullary cavities, thereby replacing trabecular bone and thinning cortices. Bone marrow is the part of the human body responsible for the new production of bone marrow stem cells and other substances which would, in turn, produce blood cells such as the red blood cells RBCs, white blood cells WBCs, and other blood components, it is a spongy like substance found in the center of bones.
The spleen of sickle cell disease patients tends to differ from the normal spleen in areas such as shape, number, size, and location that is due to an aberrant embryologic development in the spleen. The spleen is attached to the posterior abdominal wall by two fatty ligaments one of which is the gastrosplenic ligament which connects the greater curvature of the stomach to the ventral aspect of the spleen, and the second is the splenorenal ligament which is found between the left kidney and the spleen.
Hyperplasia is seen as an increased number of cells resulting in the increase in mass of tissue or organ affected in sickle cell disease patients. Hyperplasia is a condition that allows for the enlargement of an organ or tissue caused by an increase in the amount of organic tissue that results from cell proliferation.
Thrombotic strokes are strokes that occur in sickle cell disease patients which are caused by a thrombus (blood clot) that develops in the arteries which supply blood directly to the brain. Sickle cell disease patients could develop thrombotic stroke when they have a high cholesterol level, a case of diabetes, and also an underlying disease called atherosclerosis.
The right brain cerebral stroke is a type of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke that is a resultant of the restriction of blood supply to the right side of the brain in sickle cell disease patients. When right brain cerebral stroke occurs, it is due to prolonged starvation of oxygen to the brain cells for about three to five minutes (3-5 minutes), causing the brain cells to cease function and die.
Teething usually starts when a baby is 4 to 7 months old. They will almost certainly have a full set of 20 baby teeth by the time they are three years old. Teething can cause drool to trickle down the back of your baby's throat in large amounts.
Stroke is a health condition that happens to an individual as a result of a reduction or blockage in the blood supply to the brain. A person who suffers a stroke needs quick emergency treatment. Stroke is the 5th leading cause of death in the United States. Nearly 800,000 people suffer a stroke each year.
The heart and kidneys are the important organs in all humans. These two organs play a vital role in the body. The heart help pump blood to important parts of your body, while the kidney is responsible for the cleansing of blood and removes waste products from the body in form of urine.
Respiratory failure is the inability of the respiratory system to function properly in sickle cell disease patients during the gaseous exchange. Acute respiratory failure occurs when fluids are seen to have built up in the air sacs in the lungs. When this condition happens, the lungs in sickle cell disease patients cannot release oxygen into the blood.
Sickle cell disease patients are at risk of developing a high incidence of the cerebral aneurysms or brain aneurysms. These aneurysms are not known to be associated with the usual risk factors of hypertension, renal disease, or connective tissue disease. Silent cerebral infarcts and cerebral aneurysms are most prevalent in adults in sickle cell disease patients or sickle cell anemia patients.
It is very good to urinate, but when you do this frequently, there may be an underlying health condition. When your ureter, urethra, kidney and bladder are infected, you will experience frequent urination. You will notice or experience a change in your urine color, loss of bladder control, discomfort while urinating, a strong urge to urinate and others. Excessive consumption of caffeine, water and alcohol are physical factors that causes frequent urination. I will go detailed by sharing some medical conditions
Pathophysiology of sickle cell disease has to do it with its adverse effects and protean or variable complications, which has led to recent advances that are targeted towards molecular therapies for sickle cell disease patients. In sickle cell disease, a single amino acid substitution in the beta-globin β-globin chain leads to the polymerization of the mutant hemoglobin S that leads to the impairment of the erythrocyte (red blood cells) rheology and survival.
Erythroid bone marrow hyperplasia is commonly known to be the term erythroid dysplasia which is a sickle cell disease condition that is seen by the immaturity or lack of substantial growth of the red blood cells which are present in the bone marrow, and also being found to be abnormal in size of cells and number of cells.
Myelodysplastic syndrome MDS, is a medical defect of a heterogeneous group of closely related clonal hematopoietic disorders, all of which are characterized by one or more peripheral blood cytopenias. A myelodysplastic syndrome is a collective group of disorders that causes the disruption of the production of blood cells.
Mechanical ventilation is a form of management of ischemic stroke in sickle cell disease patients. Mechanical ventilation is often performed in these patients due to a seen swallowing disorder and an airway or a respiratory system compromise. Sickle cell disease patients with stroke-induced immunosuppression and brain organ crosstalk have an increased rate of pulmonary damage and pulmonary inflammation, and also a reduced alveolar phagocytic capability increases the risk of infection.