Blind loop syndrome
4 Signs and tests
The obstruction of a section of intestine causes
ineffective bile salt mediated digestion of ... population can consume the vitamin.
Blind loop syndrome is a complication of ...
Babies switched at birth
... paternity . Mumford states that the reason for this is that the potential causes
for questionable paternity are far more wide ranging and richer in scope ... questionable maternity can only be caused by error or malfeasance that causes
babies to be switched at or after birth, questionable paternity can ...
Disease causative agent
... disease causative agent usually refers to a biological pathogen that causes
a disease. Technically, the term can also refer to a toxin or toxic chemical that causes
... illness, or disease a doctor should strive to look for the fewest possible causes
that will account for all the symptoms. However, this principle has very ... In such cases multiple categories of diagnosis may indeed have independent causes
rather than a single source, i.e. may be due to separate events or ...
... by a pathologist. Pathologists may also conduct autopsies to investigate causes
of death. The medical practice of pathology grew out the tradition of ...
Plant pathologists are specialized scientists who investigate the causes
of diseases in plants.
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... during the last two and a half years, in 1946 he moved to confront the causes
of diseases with the public power now at his disposal. In this way ... sadness, wretchedness, and social tribulation, the microbes inasmuch as causes
of disease only are secondary causes.' "
The State ...
... used this term to distinguish medicine as practiced in his time from his use of infinitesimally small doses of substances to treat the spiritual causes
In the essay by William Jarvis cited below, he notes that "although many modern therapies can be construed to conform to an allopathic ...
This article has been tagged since January 2007 .
Arteries stiffen as a consequence of age and atherosclerosis . The two leading causes
of death in the developed world, myocardial infarction and stroke , are both a direct consequence of atherosclerosis and increased arterial ...
Artificial induction of immunity
... required by the immune system to recognize the toxin and produce antibodies against it. However, heating the tetanus toxin enough to denature it causes
it to lose its ability to produce disease, but still leaves it able to induce immunity to tetanus when injected into subjects. The heated, denatured ...
Chr. 21 q22.3
The Autoimmune Regulator, abbreviated AIRE , is a human gene which is expressed in the thymus . It causes
transcription of a wide selection of organ-specific genes. This reduces the threat of autoimmunity occurring by allowing the elimination of ...
... down over the pubic region is often the distorting feature that most concerns and bothers patients. The stomach pannus retains moisture, and causes
rashes due to skin rubbing against itself which usually leads to poor hygiene. While the surgical procedure to remove it is known as a ...
... Couvelaire uterus is a life threatening condition in which loosening of the placenta ( abruptio placentae ) causes
bleeding that penetrates into the uterine myometrium forcing its way into the peritoneal cavity.
... face , neck , back, and extremities , and damage to the skin is generally caused by rubbing, scratching, and picking. Severe itching from other causes
may mimic this disorder.
Diagnosis is often made by exclusion and is identified and isolated by bandaging areas affected unless any improvement to ...
... achieved the younger appearance on the forehead by scoring or removing some of the small forehead muscles -- most notably the frontalis muscle which causes
frowning and grimacing.
Current surgical techniques
Since the advent of the hugely popular wrinkle remover, Botox (Dysport in the ...
... pelvis caused by a direct blow to an iliac crest . Contact sports are a frequent cause of this type of injury .
A hip pointer bruise usually causes
bleeding into the hip abductor muscles , which move legs sideways, away from the midline of the body. This bleeding into muscle tissue creates ...
... Illich heavily criticized modern medicine. In his 1976 work Medical Nemesis , Illich stated that modern medicine only medicalises disease and causes
loss of health and wellness , while generally failing to restore health by eliminating disease. This medicalisation of disease forces the human to ...
... Increased touch sensitivity is referred to as "tactile hyperesthesia", and increased sound sensitivity is called "auditory hyperesthesia".
Excessive consumption of caffeine can temporarily induce this condition in humans,  due to excessive stimulaton of the spinal cord, as well ...
... for a merge between these specialties.
Another broad reason for the divide is that neurology traditionally looks at the causes
of disorders from an ‘inside-the-skin’ perspective (neuropathology, genetics ) whereas psychiatry looks at ‘outside-the-skin’ causation ...
Positive predictive value
... positive predictive value far more than negative predictive value. To evaluate diagnostic tests where the gold standard looks only at potential causes
of disease, one may use an extension of the predictive value termed the Etiologic Predictive Value .
Negative predictive ...
... instead send the neurological equivalent of white noise , which the brain then interprets as pain. 
In cases in which a traumatic event causes
nerve severance and also detaches the nociceptive neurons from the rest of the spinal cord, phantom pain will not develop. Some patients who do not ...
... with edema (causing a tissue texture change). Lymphatic drainage aids in clearing the infection while, conversely, resolution of the infection causes
clearing of associated edema. Thus the physician attempts to aid the resolution of visceral disease by eliminating its associated manifestation in ...
Unsolved problems in medicine
... 2006 .
Some unsolved problems in medicine include:
Aging . Is it possible to stop it or slow it down ?
Autism . What are the root causes
of autism? Is autism a physiological or a mental disorder? Are all of the groupings of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) really one disorder, or are ...