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Chlorine

... in many household situations, including swimming pool water, mild cleaners, or mild bleach es. ... recommend swimming, since the moist air around a pool can soothe lung tissue (but be sure you're not ... because of the chlorine used to disinfect the pool water. If ...

Swimming pool granuloma

... ( Anencephaly ) Aquarium Granuloma ( Swimming pool Granuloma ) ARDS ( Acute Respiratory Di ... s. M. marinum is also responsible for swimming pool granuloma . One form of the infection known as " swimming pool granuloma " can occur when there is inadequate ...

Blood

... keep your blood glucose levels more consi stent . Cardiac blood pool scan Definition A cardiac blood pool scan is a non- invasive test that uses a mildly radioactive marker to ...

Cardiac

... damaged. Examples include SGOT, CPK-MB, and LDH . Cardiac blood pool scan Definition A cardiac blood pool scan is a non- invasive test that uses a mildly radioactive marker to ...

Rotator cuff tendinitis

... ) Swimmer's Shoulder ( Rotator Cuff Tendinitis ) Swimming pool Cleaners Swimming pool Granuloma Swineherd's Disease (Leptospirosis) ... ...

Schistosomiasis

... ) Swimmer's Shoulder ( Rotator Cuff Tendinitis ) Swimming pool Cleaners Swimming pool Granuloma Swineherd's Disease (Leptospirosis) ... decidua; ectopic ...

Anal abscess

... (a wart -like growth). A peritonsillar abscess is a persi stent collection of pus behind the tonsils ; and A peri anal abscess is a pool of pus that forms next to the anus , ... Surgery may help to either relieve chronic symptoms of active disease that does not respond to ...

Cilia

... , such as flu , pneumonia , and acute bronchitis ... But sometimes the mucous dries out and the cilia no longer wiggle. Then the secretions pool in the back of the nose, thicken, and then begin dripping into the bronchi al tubes or into the voice box. Saltwater washes (saline lavage or ...

Cranium

... and face) and a neurosurgeon (brain and nerve s) work together. Aprosencephaly with Open Cranium ( Anencephaly ) Aquarium Granuloma ( Swimming pool Granuloma ) ARDS ( Acute Respiratory Di stress Syndrome ) Areola r Gland Abscess (Subareolar Abscess ) ARF ( Acute Kidney Failure ) ... ...

Cuts and scrapes

... shellfish . People who have breaks in the skin such as cuts and scrapes are at increased risk. One form of the infection known as " swimming pool granuloma " can occur when there is inadequate chlorination of swimming pools. ...

Deodorants

... vagina l sprays, deodorants , douche s, and powders sperm icides douche s that are too strong or used too frequently hot tub and swimming pool water synthetic undergarments without a cotton crotch rubbing against a bicycle seat ... Avoid potential irritants such as perfumed bath oils ...

Douche

... vagina l sprays, deodorants , douche s, and powders sperm icides douche s that are too strong or used too frequently hot tub and swimming pool water synthetic undergarments without a cotton crotch rubbing against a bicycle seat ... Since one of the main causes of vulvitis is exposure ...

Fungus

... if a patient cough s up blood , treatment may be required. FUNGUS , NOT COLORED SOCKS, CAUSE OF ATHLETE'S FOOT Question: I swim at the city pool nearly every day during the summer. Before the season is over, I get small blister s on the bottoms of my feet. FUNGUS : 1. One of a group of ...

Genetic

... and health is a powerful one. But just because one or both of your parents died young in ill health doesn't mean you cannot counteract the genetic pool handed you. So follow the first 9 tips above :-) Health Tips Healthy You ... HEMOCHROMATOSIS - A genetic disorder involving increased ...

Genetics

... and health is a powerful one. But just because one or both of your parents died young in ill health doesn't mean you cannot counteract the genetic pool handed you. So follow the first 9 tips above :-) Health Tips Healthy You ... eclamptogenic; E classification; eclectic; eclecticism; eclegm; ...

Obstetrics

... may be referred to a urologist. Iwan Lewis-Jones, senior lecturer in the University Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Liver pool Women's Hospital , and chair of the British Andrology Society, wasn't surprised by the results of the two studies. is a specialist in obstetrics ...

Penis

... object has the toilet seat fall onto his penis while urinating has a high-pressured stream of water from a jet ski or water ski, water chutes, pool or jet spas shoot out directly at him ... The male reproductive system includes the penis , testicles, scrotum , prostate and other organ s. ...

Seasonal allergies

... (a viral infection of the eye surface) Irritants in the air (cigarette smoke or smog) Chemical irritants (such as chlorine in a swimming pool or makeup) ... While weed pollen s play an important role in seasonal allergies on other continents, weeds are not thought to be as important ...

Strains

... than half of these injuries happen to active young adults between the ages of 25 and 44. Twelve older women are sitting in a shallow swimming pool while the strains of Swan Lake rise in the background. Scarlet fever is caused by a toxin that certain strains of streptococcal ...

Swan

... or superior vena cava) that return blood to the heart . The catheter is flow-directed. Twelve older women are sitting in a shallow swimming pool while the strains of Swan Lake rise in the background. Swan -Ganz ( right heart catheter ization) pressure readings will record a ...

Time out

... sleep, along with taking the medication, are to preventing seizures . In addition to minimizing your time in the sun, set time limits when at the pool or beach or when you're spending time out doors in the winter. Limit your time out doors when the sun is at its peak (from about 10 a.m. to 3 ...

Venous insufficiency

... , evinced by pigmentation, skin rash , or ulcer ation. But sometimes there are no symptoms. Leaky or damaged valves can cause blood to pool in the legs, resulting in swollen, varicose veins . Damage to the valves may be caused by a blood clot , a congential defect (a defect present ...
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