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How does human papillomavirus affect the body?

How does human papillomavirus affect the body?

Risk for cancer: Vast majority of people are able to eliminate hpv infection. In about 20% it stays in the cells and in a small minority it is an etiologic factor in the cancers of uterine cervix, anus and oral cavity. ...Read more

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Does african human trypanosomiasis affect the liver and what biochemical tests are affected?

Does african human  trypanosomiasis affect the liver and what biochemical tests  are affected?

This infection does.: Affect the liver and the spleen, the two organs that are involved in clearance of the trypanosomes. Granulomas can be found in the liver and the liver enzymes like alt and alkaline phosphatase can be elevated. ...Read more

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Can a lack of something in a human body affect mental performance?

Can a lack of something in a human body affect mental performance?

Memory problems: Memory problems can occur when we lack good sleep, adequate nutrition or vitamins like thiamine, Folic Acid or vitamin b12. Lack of adequate hormonal balance like low thyroid function, or lack of self control in using alcohol. Check with your physician for proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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How can the curved cornea and lens of the human eye affect the light entering the eye?

How can  the curved cornea and lens of the human eye affect the light entering the eye?

Focusing: The cornea and the lens are actually both types of lenses that focus the light coming into the eye. The cornea has about 40 diopters of focusing power and the lens 20 diopters. ...Read more

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What is a bezoar and how does it affect human?

What is a bezoar and how does it affect human?

Hair ball.: Some people pick hair and eat it. The ball can collect and enlarge in the stomach or intestine. Worst case, blockage, at which point it must be removed! ...Read more

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What is dyspraxia and how does it affect humans?

What is dyspraxia and how does it affect humans?

Clumsy and awkward: Dyspraxia is just a fancy way of describing someone who is clumsy and awkward. Most of us are born this way. Some develop symptoms due to trauma, infections, drug effects. For some it represents the symptoms of a underlying disease of the nervous system. Most of us need to practice and work hard to develop motor skills, but once we learn, we can do great things. It can be a cross to bear. ...Read more

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What factors affect human growth and development?

What factors affect human growth and development?

Genetics + environ-: ment, including prenatal environment. The ongoing interaction of an infant, toddler, child or teen with his or her environment, e.g., parents, family. & community, determines his or her developmental trajectory. This transactional theory of development removes the question of nature vs. nurture. ...Read more

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How does industrial pollution affect human health?

How does industrial pollution affect human health?

Excess carbon: Since industrial pollution of air and water is connected to negative effects on air quality directly and weather patterns more broadly (heated oceans), human health is the direct target of excess carbon production. Recall images of Chinese citizens wearing face masks on the street or sad flotilla of dead fish. The shame of this abuse is the sale of bottled mountain air in urban industrial areas. ...Read more

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How would glaucoma affect human-computer interaction?

How would glaucoma affect human-computer interaction?

None: Unless a patient has severe end stage glaucoma with extensive nerve loss and vision loss computer use should not be affected. ...Read more

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What is addison disease in dogs and can it affect humans?

What is addison disease in dogs and can it affect humans?

Adrenal insufficency: Adrenal insufficiency in dogs is not contageous to humans. When a dog's adrenal cortex doesn't work, the dog makes less cortisol. In humans, adrenal insufficiency isn't particularly common and is usually the result of autoimmune disease in this country. The result is also low cortisol. If your pet has adrenal insufficiency, you don't need to worry about contracting it from your dog. ...Read more