... applied to that system of therapeutics in which diseases
are treated by producing a condition incompatible ... "allopathic" medicine to the practice of treating diseases
by means of drugs inducing symptoms unrelated ... or "antipathic" the practice of treating diseases
by means of drugs producing symptoms opposite to ...
Family history (medicine)
... information on family morbidity of particular diseases
(e.g. cardiovascular diseases
, autoimmune disorders , mental disorders , ... lower threshold for investigating symptoms.
with a known hereditary component, many healthy ...
... is the branch of pathology which studies diseases
of hematopoietic cells ( see below ). A ... tissues, and uses his/her expertise to diagnose diseases
such as lymphomas and leukemias. The ... treatment based upon the diagnosis .
of Hematopoietic Cells
The major disease of ...
... the medical specialty concerned with diagnosing diseases
based on the analysis of body fluids, such as ... the diagnosis and characterization of veterinary diseases
through the examination of animal tissue and body ... scientists who investigate the causes of diseases
^ a ...
... major advances in the treatment of infectious diseases
were observable in (Western) societies. The ... problems (such as high cholesterol), chronic diseases
type 2 diabetes , lifestyle and degenerative diseases
such as arthritis and Alzheimer's disease .
... dealing with mental disorders attributable to diseases
of the nervous system .
It preceded the ... Summary of the arguments for neuropsychiatry
of the body have a physical manifestation that ... the psychiatrists, whilst themselves pursuing the diseases
with clear physiopathology.
However, the ...
... in 1946 he moved to confront the causes of diseases
with the public power now at his disposal. In ... 1954. He eradicated, in only two years, endemic diseases
such as malaria , by means of highly aggressive ... against the vector . Syphilis and veneral diseases
practically vanished. He built 234 free, public ...
... states.  Also, selective hyperproteolytic diseases
have been referred to this category, e.g. ...  The proteopathies comprise at least 30 diseases
that affect a variety of organs and tissues, ... are also called protein conformational diseases
,  because a change in the 3-dimensional ...
... Sentinelles Network (a.k.a. French Communicable diseases
Computer Network) is a network of 1 260 ... indicators surveyed comprise of 11 infectious diseases
Influenza -like illness (ILI) since 1984, ... ) since 2000
as well as 3 non infectious diseases
Asthma since 2002,
Suicidal attempts ...
... will generally consider the possibility of cancer , certain infectious diseases
(e.g. tuberculosis , AIDS ) and some autoimmune disorders . Cachexia ... muscle atrophy .
The exact mechanism in which these diseases
cause cachexia is poorly understood, but there is probably a role for ...
Clinical settings of atrophy
There are many diseases
and conditions which cause a decrease in muscle mass, known as atrophy ... age-related decrease in muscle function ( sarcopenia ), there are other diseases
which may be caused by structural defects in the muscle ( muscular ...
Unsolved problems in medicine
... HIV originate?
Hepatitis / Herpes . And other incurable pathogenic diseases
and conditions. We can treat them but how can we eliminate them?
. Can gene therapy cure all diseases?
The Common Cold . Can we ...
Abtissue pathology was discovered and first recorded by Dan Brolynstein in conjunction with the Harvard Veterinarian Medical School. These diseases
first disable the immune system before proceeding to change the chemical makeup in different parts of the nervous system , making the aforementioned ...
Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program
... of Iraq , all military personnel were required to get anthrax vaccination  (in addition to their other vaccinations of smallpox and other diseases
and viruses like Japanese encephalitis, Pneumococcal, Tetanus, among others  ).
While some military personnel had questions about the safety ...
Artificial induction of immunity
... Since Pasteur provided support for a germ theory of infectious disease, we have increasingly induced immunity against a widening range of diseases
to prevent the associated risks from the wild infections. It is hoped that further understanding of the molecular basis of immunity will translate to ...
European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition
... . Additionally, the GenAir case-control study is studying the relationship of passive smoking and air pollution with cancers and respiratory diseases
Up to 2004, there were over 26,000 new cases of cancer recorded among participants, with the most common being cancers of the breast, colorectum, ...
... is a counterargument to the use of Occam's razor in the medical profession.  The principle is commonly stated: "Patients can have as many diseases
as they damn well please". The principle is attributed to John Hickam, MD. 
When discussing Occam's razor in contemporary medicine, doctors ...
... as humidity, temperature or pressure.
A search in PUBMED shows that, quite outside of the popular and historical conceptions of "air" causing diseases
and strongly influencing people's sense of wellbeing (see Miasma theory of disease ), there appear to be significant and measurable correlations ...
... ENT surgeon, pediatrician/internal medicine/hospitalist and a multidisciplinary team of support staff and nurses.
List of eye diseases
The Ocular Oncology Service
The Eye Cancer Network
Eye Cancer - Medline Plus