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    Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

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    One kind of autoimmune disease can damage any part of the body and sometimes out of control is known as lupus. People that will most likely be susceptible to lupus are women between ages ten to fifty, and lean towards Asians and African Americans. There are three main types of lupus. Discoid lupus erythematosus occurs when there are red rashes and mainly affects the skin. Drug-induced lupus can be initiated from a limited amount of medicine that only lasts as long as they are used. The last and most

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    Essay On Pleurisy

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    The pleurisy is an inflammation of the pleura, which is the double layer of lining of the lungs. The most common symptom of pleurisy is an acute chest pain during respiration. The chest pain is accompanied by a high fever, cough with phlegm or blood, or difficulty breathing, you should consult a doctor immediately. The pleurisy can affect people of any age, but seniors who are over 65 are most at risk. The causes of pleurisy are different. Often the problem arises as a result of a disease that affects

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    Relationships with the Dead in Wordsworth's We Are Seven and Hardy's Digging "[One] can outlast death not in a divine after life but only in a human one. If the poet dies or forgets his beloved, he murders her" (Ramazani 131); Thomas Hardy's belief of the "poet's duty of remembrance" establishes the basis for his, "Ah, Are You Digging on My Grave?". "[Fearing] he abandoned his own wife before her death," Hardy wrote the poem to assume "the memorial responsibilities of the poet" (Ramazani 131)

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    Hypochloraemic alkalosis Hypochloraemic alkolosis is a condition caused by an extremely low level of chloride in the body either due to increased excretion or lack of intake. The term alkalosis in general is characterised by alkaline body fluids due to raised levels of bases such as bicarbonate. Although the lack of chloride intake is rare, the cause of hypochloraemic alkalosis is mainly due to increased excretion such as long term vomiting especially in hospitalised children on diuretic therapy

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    wrong way, but I believe I have seen enough evidence to make an accurate decision on the piece. John Ridge is not presenting a bias account of OO-DAH-YEE's death, he is simply writing a tribute to and elder Cherokee woman. This letter could bring Pleurisy to the attention of other members of the Cherokee nation, to the attention of American's and even to the English.

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    The patient is a 16-year-old high school student who is referred to "through not any gastrointestinal problems. Vomiting occurs as a result of the nausea. This has been going for about 3 1/2 years." This story is complex and complicated. When the patient turned about 12 she started having nausea and vomiting, which began about 4 days before her period. Her menses were regular until about 6 months ago. Because of the premenstrual vomiting she went on Tigan, Elixir, and Donnatal. This was tried

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    Hernan Cortez childhood is a strict and a new beginning. He was known for two names; Hernan or Franciso. There are little information about Hernan childhood, but his friend Francisco Lopez de Gomara talk about him as a haughty, and a mischievous kind of person. He is born in a upper class family, but they are not that wealthy too. Hernan was the second cousin to Franciso Pizarro who took over the Incan empire in the modern day Peru. At the age of fourteen he was send to a University of

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    Lupus Characteristics

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    What is the Main Characteristics of Lupus? Autoimmune, when immune system loses the ability to differentiate between strange invaders and normal tissue. The prefix auto is added to immune because it means self. Autoimmune disorders can be either acquired or congenital depending on the parent’s hormones and the environment. No natural cure is found ye to the autoimmune disorders. However, there are a few treatments to restrain it such as steroids or in some cases chemotherapy. There are

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    Walt Whitman By Ava Machado One’s view on the world can be impacted greatly when reading the works of someone with a unique perspective of humanity. Walt Whitman had a fascinating way of looking at the human mind, body, and soul. By reading his works it allows one to challenge their preconceived notions about humanity. Having such a distinctive view on the world is not one that comes without emotional turmoil. "I suffer all the time: I have no relief, no escape: it is monotony—monotony—monotony—in

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    Aztec Resistance Taking a Stand Eddie Nguyen Angel Rodriguez Emiliano Hernandez Alan Guzman 5/4/17 Period 4 Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue with his 3 ships, the Pinta, the Nina, and Santa Maria, in 1492. He landed in the Bahamas Americas, thinking he was in Asia. He met some Native Americans and called them Indian because he thinks he is in India. He establish a small colony in Hispaniola with his 39 men and then went back to Spain with new goods. He returned to

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