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Cat Vomiting Bile - Pathophysiology, Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

If a cat vomiting bile, it means that the bile travels from small intestine to the stomach, which is abnormal.

Scabies: Overview

Scabies are caused from a mite called Sarcoptes scabiei. It is a contagious skin condition which is transmitted mainly through skin to skin contact. They can also be transferred from infected clothing or bedding. 245 more words


Tonsils and adenoids: Overview

Tonsils and adenoids are the first line of defense as part of the immune system. They trap bacteria before it is able to enter the body.   333 more words


Otitis media: Overview

Otitis media is the acute infection of the middle ear caused by streptococcus pneumoniae or Haemophilus infuenzae. It is one of the most common childhood diseases. 255 more words


Rheumatic Fever

Rheumatic fever is a immune response to a group A streptococcus  (GAS) infection. 3% of all untreated strep infections lead to the development of rheumatic fever. 510 more words


My kidneys can't concentrate! 

My Kidneys can’t concentrate

So its not just my brain that has problems concentrating as I get older – a recent study has confirmed that cystic kidneys in ADPKD have major problems when it comes to concentrating urine. 1,521 more words

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Intro to Pathophysiology

We learned on Monday that physiology is the study of the function of the human body when we add patho- to the beginning this changes the meaning. 89 more words