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Difference Between Acute and Chronic Inflammation

Difference Between Acute and Chronic Inflammation

Acute Vs Chronic Inflammation The last course from our article on few difference between ones are these important types of inflammation known as acute and chronic inflammation. In this article, we will try to generalize the concept of these two types so that you can easily point out the difference between the two and this will help you greatly in your studies. But before we do that, we need to understand the definition of inflammation. An inflammation is basically a

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Gastric VS Duodenal Ulcers- Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

gastric vs duedenal ulcers

Ulcers are believed to be one of the most bothering diseases to happen. That is due to the problems they cause and it takes a long term for their treatment and of course a lot of money too. Ulcers have many types. Some of them are severe while some of them are easy to leave. As our title suggests that we should talk on two of the main types of Ulcers which are Gastric (Gastric) and Duodenal Ulcers. Definitely we

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Medial longitudinal Fasciculus Pathway, Origin & Syndrome

medial longitudinal fasciculus

The medial longitudinal fasciculus is basically a fine group of axons or longitudinal bundle present just a little above the midline of the brainstem or brain stem, composing of both ascending and descending batch of fibers that originates from various areas of the body. It is further associated with three different muscular connection called, oculomotor nerve, trochlear nerve, and abducens nerve. Medial longitudinal fasciculus Origin: Medial longitudinal fasciculus was very first discovered by the neurologist Benedict Stilling. Later, its name was gradually changing and

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What is Dysdiadochokinesia? Its Treatment & Exercises

what is Dysdiadochokinesia

Dysdiadochokinesia (DDK) is a combination of Greek letter diadochos “succeeding” and kinesis “movement”, it is basically caused due to heavy disturbance in cerebellar dysfunction (blockage of posterior lobe that is directed towards brain), means fail to respond against quick moves, in other words, become totally paralyze to all alternating actions; in case if a person unconsciously put his hand on a stove, he pulls it back due to involuntary action, but in this state he fail to response against this

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Caseous necrosis- Its Causes, Mechanism and Pathology

what is caseous necrosis

For medical students, it is very important to learn the process of cell death which has a medical term named Necrosis. Process of cell death happens due to many reason and could have severe consequences sometimes death even. I have already wrote an article on the types of Necrosis but we didn’t generalize it. Today, I am going to do two tasks on the topic. 1st one is to explain the Necrosis and its general concept and 2nd is to

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Types of Necrosis (Causes & Pathology)

types of necrosis

Necrosis is one of the most important topic in the field of medical sciences since it is concerned with the death of tissues. In one of my previous posts, I had discussed a type of necrosis in which you learned everything about it in detail. Today, my Moto is a little different. We won’t be discussing just one type of necrosis today but all types of the topic. This will give you a complete study of the necrosis and its

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Carotid Sinus Reflex, Carotid Sinus Syndrome, and hypersensitivity

carotid sinus reflex, syndrome & hypersensitivity

Today, I am going to tell you some very basic things about Carotid Sinus Reflex, Carotid Sinus Syndrome, and hypersensitivity. Here, in very short time, you can become familiar with the important definitions and characteristics of the mentioned things so let’s start reading them. Carotid Sinus Reflex: This can be described as an increased response towards carotid sinus stimulation. Some of the major symptoms of this response can be dizziness and syncope which comes from cerebral profusion. Vagal incitement can

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