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    fall down. Powdery coating covers entire vine plant parts and causes defoliation. Water soaked lesion appears which shows are the characteristics of downey mildew on under surface of leaf lamina. Angular spots appear on upper surface similar to water soaked lesion (Tripathi, 2011). Lesion appears first on the older crocon leaves and progressively on the younger leaves as shown in Figure 1.1(d). As the lesion expands, they may remain yellow or become dry and brown. Anthracnose disease symptoms is observed

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    sound waves in the external canal or middle ear to the organ of Corti. In sensorineural hearing loss, the lesion can be in the inner ear, the vestibulocochlear nerve or the brain. Because of the extensive bilateral connections of the ear, unilateral sensorineural hearing loss is usually due to lesion of the nerve nucleus or the nerve itself. Bilateral hearing loss can be either due to a central lesion or bilateral exposure to toxins and infectious agents. • Auditory Component - Look o See if the child

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    New treatment methods of inflammatory bowel diseases include stem cell therapy, which has been shown to be successful in a few select cases. Future research could explore the connection between white matter lesions and mononeuropathies in the brain to the enteric nervous system and white lesions found there. Additional research could also explore the development of the enteric nervous system and whether it may be a cause of inflammatory bowel diseases. The enteric nervous system is an interesting and

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    usual annular variety was first described by another French dermatologist Pierre-Antoine-Ernest Bazin in 1862.(3) Jean Baptiste Emile Vidal, another French dermatologist, described pityriasis circiné et marginé in 1882.(2,3) It has fewer and larger lesions, often localized at the axillae or groins, and runs a longer course.(4) The herald patch was first described by a French

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    conditions, surgical operations, and substance abuse before proceeding with any tests. (Multiple Sclerosis Foundation). There are also neurological examinations that can show other signs of MS, one being an MRI. By using an MRI, it is possible to show lesions in the brain and spinal cord that may be causing the symptoms (MS Focus). Evoked potential tests are also used to help diagnose MS by measuring electrical activity in specific parts of the brain while also showing whether MS has impacted the sensory

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    Health Promotion for Melanoma

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    Health Promotion for Melanoma Melanoma is the most dangerous kind of skin cancer, but is almost always curable. When unrepaired DNA damages the skin cells, these cancerous growths develop and activate the mutation process to reproduce quickly and form malignant tumors. They are most frequently developed by ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or tanning beds (The Skin Cancer Foundation, 1979). The most common form of cancer is skin cancer and it accounts for almost half of all cancers. Melanoma

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    Pancreatic Cancer Essay

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    Innovation in medical technology has been and will continue to be essential to human survival. Every day people suffer under the wrath of life. A life-threatening diagnosis, such as pancreatic cancer, is given to a loved one and we hold back tears while anxiously waiting the prognosis. Cancer not only affects the victims, but also everyone associated with them. Pancreatic cancer remains a significant scientific, societal, and clinical challenge. Pancreatic Cancer has ranked fourth in the mortality

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    vibrated at various frequencies, and the amount of vibration of each tissue is quantified (Nyanue, 2013). This type of imaging looks at the viscoelastic properties of the tissue. Since benign lesions vibrated more while the malignant lesions showed lesser vibration, it would then be easy to identify a cancerous lesion from one that isn’t (CJ, J, RJ, MJ, & DO,

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    Multiple Sclerosis Test

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    While there are many accepted measures to diagnosing multiple sclerosis, there is no specific test that shows proof of a positive diagnosis. Current diagnosis of definite MS involves both clinical (history and neurological exams) and paraclinical (MRI, Spinal Tap) evidence (Multiple Sclerosis Foundation). The diagnosis begins with a discussion between the doctor and the patient. A precise medical history is recorded and signs/symptoms are assessed. The results of this diagnosis are highly dependent

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    Leprosy

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    Leprosy Leprosy (Hansen's Disease), sometimes called "Hanseniasis" or "H.D.," is a chronic my cobacterial disease of man, caused by Mycobacterium leprae (infectious in some cases), primarily affecting the peripheral nerves and secondarily involving skin and certain other tissues/organs, in particular the eye, mucosa of the nasal and upper respiratory tract and also the testes. In most cultures, HD still carries a strong stigma that sometimes makes more trouble for the patient that the actual leprosy

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    (Muhammad) The most common symptom of a BCC is skin lesion that does not seem to be healing properly, or may heal and recur, and that is easily friable, meaning that it bleeds easily. Patients often have a history of chronic sun exposure, which could be recreational or occupational. The majority, about 85%

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    could not tolerate the pain and it interfered me to proceed further and deeper. With a supervisor and the patient permission, I decided to inject a local anaesthetic of Xylocaine 2% on the dorsum of both proximal IPJs of the left hallux to numb the lesion (Watkins, 2010). The patient was become so anxious, and I was also getting nervous by doing an injection itself, then I accidently punctured into my thumb before applying it onto the patient’s. I immediately took off the glove and apply betadine

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    Multiple Sclerosis Essay

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    symptoms begin between the ages 20-40 and are caused by nerve lesions being present in multiple areas of the Central Nervous System, symptoms differ on the lesion’s location. Patients whose lesion is in the Cerebrum & Cerebellum will experience loss of balance and coordination, difficulty speaking, and frequent limb trembles. Speech difficulties vary from slurred words, long pause between words, and swallowing problems. Patients whose lesion is in the Motor nerve tracts will experience weakened and stiffened

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    The Temporal Cortex

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    The Temporal Cortex The temporal cortex, also known as the temporal lobes, is the part of the verbal cortex in the left and right hemispheres of the brain lying inside the temples. In general the temporal lobes handle a wide variety of task that are essential to every day functioning. Patient him/herself The temporal lobes are readily recognizable brain structures with a thumb like appearance when viewed from the side. Their name reflects their location beneath the temporal bone

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    Case Study Meningitis

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    about a lab technician who got in contact with a patients spinal fluids and began felling different symptoms like chills, fever, nausea, even had purple-red lesions on his or her neck and extremities, also throat culture grew gram-negative diplococci. From reading the case study again, I realized that the lab technician had purple-red lesions and also had something to do with spinal fluids which strongly prompt me to lead towards Meningococcemia infection. Meningococcemia infection is a serious disease

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    transformed into preneoplastic cells and then to cancer9. During this process a sequential accumulation of genetic and molecular changes occur10. The majority of oral cancers are preceded by visible changes of the oral mucosa. Within the oral cavity lesions such as leukoplakia, erythroplakia, lichen planus and submucous fibrosis have a propensity for malignancy11. Oral potentially malignant disorders (OPMD) transform to oral cancers through various histopathological stages from hyperkeratosis/hyperplasia

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    acute and rapid loss of central vision due to multiple pale lesions at the level of Retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) in the posterior pole. (1) It is a self-limiting condition which recovers spontaneously over a three weeks period leaving residual pigment epithelial alterations.(2) The typical features in acute phase include cream colored placoid lesions at the level of RPE, early hypofluorescence and late hyperfluorescence of the lesions on Fundus fluorescein angiography (FFA).(2) It is usually

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    Cerebral Arteriovenous Malformation

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    benefits and risks is essential. The four major treatments of AVMs in the brain include resection, endovascular embolization, stereotactic radiosurgery, and multimodality (Ogilvy et al., 2001). Resection of the AVM is simply surgical removal of the lesion with the goal of total obliteration. Endovascular embolization utilizes a catheter to inject a glue-like substance to block the AVM (Mayo Clinic Staff, 2011). According to Ogilvy et al. (2001), stereotactic radiosurgery is a type of focused radiation

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    the functions of the temporal lobe, someone who suffers from damage to this area due to either a lesion or tumor can also suffer from a major change in personality. Drastic personality changes are one of the primary reasons it can be difficult to live with a family member who is experiencing temporal damage. One important role a family member of a person who suffers from temporal lobe lesions or tumors plays is helping the person recognize that there is a problem. Recognizing that there

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    Oncogenes

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    leaf chewing and/or human papilloma virus (HPV) infections” (Mishra, 2012). Proto-oncogenes can be induced to undergo a mutation and form an oncogene in a variety of ways. “Before oral cancer appears, it undergoes several stages of oral premalignant lesions (OPLs) with varying types of dysplasia. Though these OPLs are very common precursors of OSCC, some oral cancers appear de novo from histologically normal oral epithelium. Oral cancer is very aggressive and commonly migrates invading distant organs

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