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A List Of Physiological Diseases
What is a good textbook that has a comprehensive list of autoimmune diseases/disorders, and an overview of associated autoantibodies?
Search on-line: You can obtain all of this information on-line. Just search for it. There are great site from mayo clinic to webmd and several others. ...Read more
There are many: There are too many to list. You have to be more specific about the disease or the symptoms. ...Read more
Stroke: It is the same as stroke . Caused by impaired oxygenation to the brain or part of it with sequential loss of function of that part and possible death sometimes. Caused by either loss of blood flow by clot in main arteries or emboli which are clots or particles concluding main or distal branches or from bleeding into the brain which is the worst outcome. ...Read more
Metabolic coz of sz: There are many. Electrolytes (sodium, calcium, potassium) being very low or high. Infections (non neurological infections too). Alcohol withdrawal. Alcohol toxicity. Medication side effects (wellbutrin). Low blood glucose. High blood glucose. Metabolic acidosis. Many of these causes can be treated. This is why people with a first time seizure undergo blood tests. ...Read more
Genetics and enviro: It is a combination of genetics and the right enviromental triggers. We do not know all these triggers yet, but some people may the genes, but never have them turned on despite being exposed to a trigger. Hope that helps. ...Read more
What kind of diseases or isorders could cause both symptoms of hypothyroidism and juvenile idiopathic arthritis? Or is one a complication of the other
Autoimmune disorders: Both juvenile idiopathic arthritis and hypothyroidism (caused by thyroiditis) can have autoimmune etiology. There is increased incidence of hypothyroidism in patients with jia when compared to matched normal controls. Another autoimmune disorder celiac bowel disease is also increased in jia. ...Read more
Good treatment: Dual diagnosis with depression can be very common and intuitive. It certainly makes sense that someone who gets diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder can be diagnosed with depression... And the list goes on, mental disorders are depressing! getting good treatment is key. Good luck. ...Read more
Unknown: There are many studies that are highly suggestive that this disease is caused by an abnormal metabolism or use of Dopamine and related transmitters in the brain and studies with pet scan show increase and abnormal use in the frontal part of the brain this is the area that can control mood and behaviours. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is family history of significance in terms of developing kidney stones? I'm other words is there a congenital link?
Kidney stone: In some cases, family history is important in diagnosing and managing kidney stones. The etiology of kidney stone formation is multifactorial, a small percentage of which is familial. ...Read more
What are the possible causes of night terrors in a healthy, 22y/o female? There is no history of any type of abuse and no other known sleep disorder.
Is there a name for a person who treats diseases of the liver? That is, what sort of specialist should a patient consult if there is a hepatic dysfunction of some sort?
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