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Agitation

... Diagnosis ... Agitation or anxiety ; change in taste ; dry eyes ; excessive muscle tone; ... activities which used to be sources of pleasure change in appetite , usually a loss of appetite but ... agitation and confusion , but they do not change the course of the disease . This demonstrates ...

Appetite

... of Appetite and Nausea Having uremia can change the way food taste s to you. You may no longer ... constipation ... Loss of appetite A change in sleep patterns, like not sleeping ( insomnia ) ... weight loss , painful red rash on the legs, and change in mental status. Arthritis with painful, ...

Behavior

... exposure to cold ( hypothermia ) ... A change in behavior may be one of the first signs of ... from day to day, even hour to hour, a distinct change in any of these areas may signal illness. ... with what you are doing now, and then helps you change your behavior . Behavior al therapists may use ...

Breast pain

... a breast lump breast pain headaches or change in vision The physical examination will ... breasts for lumps or other abnormality. a change in the appearance or direction of the nipple a ... pain that doesn't go away after a period a change in the skin of the breast , such as dimpling ...

Concussion

... of consciousness , amnesia , seizure , or a change in mentation. See brain contusion . ... ) ... When injuries to the head cause a change in the ability to think clearly, it is called a ... twisting, bruising ( contusion ), or sudden change in the movement of the brain ( concussion ). ...

Drug

... professional. A drug interaction is a change in the effect of a drug caused by some other substance. In some cases, there is a change in the helpful effects of a drug and in other cases there is a change in side effects. The drug , Sutent, is the ...

Fatigue

... Fatigue Syndrome ) Chalazion Chancroid change of Life ( Menopause ) change of Life (Post menopause ) Changes in Vision ( ... gain or weight loss , although little weight change may occur Fatigue Many people have no ...

Head Injury

... twisting, bruising ( contusion ), or sudden change in the movement of the brain ( concussion ). ... weakness , inability to move an arm or leg, or change in vision or speech ... Brain Injury ( ... of consciousness , amnesia , seizure , or a change in mentation. See brain contusion . It may be ...

Menopause

... normally between the ages of 45 and 50. The change of life. [ Med Help International ] [ Search ] [ ... from: ... While menopause is a natural change for all women, it can cause a variety of symptoms ... a therapist near you ... Menopause ("the change of life") is the term used to describe the time ...

Menstruation

... normally between the ages of 45 and 50. The change of life. [ Med Help International ] [ Search ] [ ... might develop a certain disease or experience a change in their health status. The risk factors for ... or a combination of these symptoms. Pain may change in intensity as the bladder fills with urine ...

Minimal change disease

... MINIMAL change DISEASE - A disorder of the kidney s which ... the blood filtering structure. Minimal change disease : The most common form of the nephrotic ... blood is filtered to form urine . Minimal change disease Definition: ...

Mutation

... es. Mutation , germline: A heritable change in the DNA that occurred in a germ cell (a ... cancer . MUTATION : In biology, a sudden change in a gene or unit of hereditary material that ... later in life. Mutation A new, permanent change in the structure of a gene , which can result in ...

Nephrotic syndrome

... Nephrotic syndrome may be due to: Minimal change disease . Although this is the commonest type of ... cholesterol levels, and swelling . MINIMAL change NEPHROTIC SYNDROME - A disorder of the kidney ... the blood filtering structure. Minimal change nephrotic syndrome : See: ...

Urination

... gain or weight loss , although little weight change may occur Fatigue Many people have no ... for a diagnosis . If patterns of urination change dramatically, have the person evaluated for a ... is urinary tract infection . - You notice any change in your child's usual pattern of urination . ...

Vaginitis

... itching or pain . The cause is usually a change in the normal balance of vagina l bacteria or ... and dryness of the vagina caused by a change in vagina l tissue . This change happens when the level of estrogen in your body ...

Walking

... is no sidewalk. Carry an ID and a cell phone or change for a pay phone. Walking or gait ... Avoid walking barefoot whenever possible. change shoes and socks daily. Keep feet clean and dry. ... any medications exactly as prescribed. Do not change the dosage. Wasting of muscle s in the upper ...

Weakness

... to the skin and eyes ... Weakness or change in feeling on one side of the body. Seizures . ... . Nausea and vomiting . Unusual sleepiness or change in energy level. change in personality or behavior . Weakness and a ...

Abdominal mass

... urine high blood pressure kidney failure ... Symptoms include a change in bowel habit (needing to visit the toilet more frequently, with diarrhoea or constipation ), the passage of blood with faeces, weight loss , change in appetite , abdominal pain and even an abdominal mass . Screening ......

Albumin

... in milk . Low levels of albumin in the blood that cause a change in the pressure necessary to prevent fluid exchange (osmotic pressure). This change in pressure allows fluid to seep out of the blood vessels. Having a ...

Atrophic vaginitis

... is shrinkage, irritation, and dryness of the vagina caused by a change in vagina l tissue . This change happens when the level of estrogen in your body decreases. The ...

Breast Cancer

... The type of tissue within an organ that underwent the cancer ous change also further identifies a cancer . MAMMOGRAM - A specially designed ... that an individual might develop a certain disease or experience a change in their health status. The risk factors for breast disease are a ...

Cataracts

... still be very good and very functional. Generally, gradually, there's a change or loss of visual acuity. ANNOUNCER: But at some point, cataracts make ... develop during the normal course of aging . Protein s in the lens change and group together. Over time, the lens becomes firmer or more opaque. ...

Cholesterol

... This three-minute test uses a hand -held spectrophotometer to read color change in a drop of liquid on the palm of the hand . Approved in Canada. # ... One egg has 275 mg, and an apple has none. If cholesterol is high, change the diet to a low- cholesterol and low- fat diet . High ...

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

... Format ... CFS ( Chronic Fatigue Syndrome ) Chalazion Chancroid change of Life ( Menopause ) change of Life (Post menopause ) Changes in Vision ( Vision Changes) CHD ( ...

Consciousness

... might make them worse. Some partial seizure s are associated with a change in consciousness , even though the person might appear to be awake and ... following features: loss of consciousness , amnesia , seizure , or a change in mentation. See brain contusion . The natural course of untreated ...

Coughing up blood

... difficulty skin color is patchy red spots on skin fingers that change color upon pressure or in the cold (Raynaud's phenomenon), numbness and ... their health care provider. Prevention ... a persi stent cough or change in the nature of a long-standing cough shortness of breath coughing up ...

Dementia

... of the following activities: ... Dementia is defined as a long-term change in a person's thought process. Someone with dementia can no longer learn ... a social or occupational setting. Dementia is a common type of mental change caused by the AIDS virus . Early symptoms include slowed thinking, and ...

Dizziness

... vertigo , or imbalance? Does your dizziness occur with a change in body position? What other symptoms occur when you feel dizzy? When did ... drops as the uterus presses on major blood vessels. Do not arise or change positions quickly. Breathe deeper when you sense that you need to do so. ...

Drooling

... mouth? Was there a chewing motion or smacking of the lips? Was there any change in consciousness ? Did the victim bite the inside of the cheek, tongue ... chapped skin . Keep your infant 's skin clean with warm water, and change her sleeping position and sheets regularly. ...

Fatigue Syndrome

... Format ... CFS ( Chronic Fatigue Syndrome ) Chalazion Chancroid change of Life ( Menopause ) change of Life (Post menopause ) Changes in Vision ( Vision Changes) CHD ( ...

Goose Bumps

... The arrectores pilorum play a key role in goose bumps , a temporary local change in the skin The chain of events leading to this skin change starts with a stimulus such as cold or fear. temporary rumpling of ...

Grief

... is a process that unfolds over time. The initial shock and denial may change into sadness and anger that can last from weeks to months. Some children ... with a grief reaction ( death of loved one). Features may include change in eating habits, insomnia , early morning wakening, lack of interest, ...

Knock-knee

... of osteoarthritis of the knee , the actual appearance of the knee may change over time. Some people may become knock-knee d or bow-legged. ... damage to the nerve supply to a joint other conditions which change the position of bone ends (such as rickets , bow-legs and knock-knee s ...

Major depression

... of a milder depressed mood called dysthymia . Major depression is a change in mood that lasts for weeks or months. It is one of the most severe types ... The symptoms of major depression may include: Loss of appetite A change in sleep patterns, like not sleeping ( insomnia ) or sleeping too much ... ...

Menarche

... and resistance are good are less likely to have menstrual problems. change of life: The change of life is the menopause , the time in a woman's life when menstrual ...

Nipple discharge

... cancer may include pain , skin thickening, nipple discharge , or a change in breast size or shape. If a lump, unusual pain , or spontaneous ... skin , any puckering, pitting or dimpling of the breast skin , any change in the position, size or colour of the breast , clear or blood y nipple ...

Paroxysm

... characterized by brief episodes of intense dizziness associated with a change in the position of your head. Paroxysm al atria l tachycardia (PAT) ... al nocturnal dyspnea )? Does the amount of breathing difficulty change (variable over hours)? Does breathing difficulty occur at rest? How ...

Quit smoking

... feel you need help. Do not touch bird droppings and cat or dog feces . change litter boxes daily. A non- nicotine option to quit smoking : Zyban ... other words, they didn't go into the new year believing their life would change completely if they lost weight or quit smoking . If smoking causes ...

Seizures

... Seizures can generally be classified as either "simple" (no change in level of consciousness ) or "complex" (change in level of ... seizures (i.e. partial or Jacksonian seizures ) usually cause no change in awareness or alertness. Symptoms of opportunistic infections ...

Seizure

... ... Seizure s can generally be classified as either "simple" (no change in level of consciousness ) or "complex" (change in level of ... pains after an event caused by trauma ... A seizure is an abnormal change in the electrical activity of the brain. These electrical changes may ...
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