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Aneurysm

... blood vessel. DISSECT ING THORACIC ANEURYSM - A condition in which a weakened portion of the thoracic aorta begins to "tear" along the longitudinal axis of the vessel. Migraine headaches , diabetes or even anxiety are dramatically more likely to be the cause of her symptoms than is a ...

Aortic dissection

... 40 to 70 years of age. ACUTE AORTIC DISSECTION - A condition in which a weakened portion of the thoracic aorta begins to "tear" along the longitudinal axis of the vessel. Aortic dissection : The aorta is the main artery that supplies blood to the vital organ s of the body, such as the ...

Dissect

... poly chondritis , ... ACUTE AORTIC DISSECT ION - A condition in which a weakened portion of the thoracic aorta begins to "tear" along the longitudinal axis of the vessel. Dissect ing the Stem Cell Controversy Do Heavier Asthma Patients Need Different Meds? Do Smoking Dads-to-Be Increase ...

Fallen Arches

... ( Bunions ) Hallux Valgus ( Bunions ) Hammertoe ... Pes planovalgus; Flat feet ; Fallen arches ; Pronation of feet Symptoms: absence of longitudinal arch of foot when standing foot pain heel tilts away from the midline of the body more than usual ... A problem with the feet such as fallen ...

Fascia

... methotrexate, ... It can be part of a developing heel spur formation or localized to the medial slip of the plantar fascia in the medial longitudinal arch of the foot. Fasciitis - Inflammation of the fascia . There are three major types: 1) Eosinophil ic fasciitis, an inflammatory reaction ...

Flat feet

... Flat feet are a common condition. In infants and toddlers, the longitudinal arch is not developed and flat feet are normal. The arch develops in childhood, and by adulthood, most people have developed normal arches. Text ...

Medial

... ligament s. It can be part of a developing heel spur formation or localized to the medial slip of the plantar fascia in the medial longitudinal arch of the foot. Problems often develop in this area because part of the lateral plantar nerve combines with part of the medial plantar ...

Primary

... physical evidence of such a blockage. Primary lateral sclerosis Q. What is primary lateral sclerosis ? No name/ No state given ... A longitudinal study of primary care physician s to evaluate effects of managed care on primary care physician s and to evaluate the effects of transition to ...

Spur

... Spread Danger ... It can be part of a developing heel spur formation or localized to the medial slip of the plantar fascia in the medial longitudinal arch of the foot. In the past, plantar fasciitis was believed to be caused by a little extra growth of bone on the heel, called a spur . ...

Thoracic

... is evident on the back. ACUTE AORTIC DISSECTION - A condition in which a weakened portion of the thoracic aorta begins to "tear" along the longitudinal axis of the vessel. Ian Campbell, president of the British Thoracic Society (BTS), said, "This is yet another piece of evidence in the difficult ...
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