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Chalk

... x-ray s so that an outline of the GI tract will appear on the film. A fluid called barium (a metallic, chemical, chalk y, liquid used to coat the inside of organ s so that they will show up on an X-ray ) is swallowed. X-ray s are then taken to evaluate the digestive organ s. Peeling, ...

Crest syndrome

... systemic sclerosis , scleroderma affects the connective tissue . Auto immune hemolytic anemia . Occurs when the body produces antibodies that coat red blood cells. Long-standing bile obstruction is believed to lead to liver cirrhosis . The disease may be associated with autoimmune ...

Diaphragm

... The torso should be erect, with chest up and plenty of room for the diaphragm to move for proper breathing actions. The pericardium 's outer coat (the parietal pericardium ) is tough and thickened, loosely cloaks the heart , and is attached to the central part of the diaphragm and the back ...

Immune hemolytic anemia

... alkylating agents (fludarabine can worsen the hemolytic anemia ). Auto immune hemolytic anemia . Occurs when the body produces antibodies that coat red blood cells. Auto immune thrombocytopenic purpura . Disorder in which the immune system targets and destroys blood platelet s. Auto ...

Keratitis

... and follow-up. Receive our free newsletter or manage your subscriptions ... Sclero keratitis : Inflammation of the sclera , the tough white coat that covers most of the back of the eyeball and that is continuous with the cornea in the front of the eye . Search All of MedicineNet For: search ...

Leukocytes

... muscle s, and some blood cells, such as leukocytes and erythrocyte s. About 15% of GSD III cases only involve the liver . Infusions of buffy coat leukocytes or isolated T cells obtained by pheresis from the bone marrow transplant donor have induced long-term remission s in more than 50% of ...

Lice

... . Lice are highly contagious ; they can spread between people who have never met, via upholstered theater seats, department store clothing or coat checkrooms. Head lice infect the scalp and hair and can be seen at the nape of the neck and over the ears. Head lice spread easily and ...

Measles

... B , tetanus , diphtheria , measles , mumps and rubella . A type of virus that has hemagglutinin-neuraminidase protein s in the outer coat and RNA as the genetic material. Measles ( rubeola ) virus , mumps virus , and Newcastle disease virus are paramyxoviruses. ...

Mumps

... B , tetanus , diphtheria , measles , mumps and rubella . A type of virus that has hemagglutinin-neuraminidase protein s in the outer coat and RNA as the genetic material. Measles ( rubeola ) virus , mumps virus , and Newcastle disease virus are paramyxoviruses. ...

Pre-eclampsia

... and urological disorders Pre-eclampsia in pregnant women Psychological factors such as stress , anger, or fear Various medications "White coat hypertension " may occur if the medical visit itself produces extreme anxiety ... Pregnancy -- excessive swelling may be a sign of ...

Rubeola

... Facts Doctor: Checklist to Take To Your Doctor's Appointment ... A type of virus that has hemagglutinin-neuraminidase protein s in the outer coat and RNA as the genetic material. Measles ( rubeola ) virus , mumps virus , and Newcastle disease virus are paramyxoviruses. ...

Scleroderma

... systemic sclerosis , scleroderma affects the connective tissue . Auto immune hemolytic anemia . Occurs when the body produces antibodies that coat red blood cells. Scleroderma A disease that first affects the skin and later affects certain internal organ s. The first symptoms are ...

Systemic sclerosis

... systemic sclerosis , scleroderma affects the connective tissue . Auto immune hemolytic anemia . Occurs when the body produces antibodies that coat red blood cells. Progressive Multi focal Leukoencephalopathy Progressive Neuropathic (Peroneal) Muscular Atrophy ( Charcot-Marie-Tooth ...

Viral

...... A group of cytokine protein s with anti viral properties, capable of enhancing and modifying the immune response . Interferon is released to coat uninfected cells so that they don't become infected. Due to the increased incidence of viral bacterial and parasite contamination, certain ...
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