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What is lipoid disorder?

What is lipoid disorder?

Fat metabolic proble: Lipoid disorder is a generic term describing a range of fat metabolic disorders. The most common today would be cholesterol metabolism disorder but lipoid disorder may involve other fat molecules different from cholesterol. Some lipoid disorders have genetic nature and are manifested early after birth. ...Read more

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What is lipoid disorders & why would a doctor recommended that screening for?

What is lipoid disorders & why would a doctor recommended that screening for?

Lipoid disorders: Are abnormalities of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood. Abnormalities of these substances have been implicated as a cause of cardiovascular disease including heart attack and stroke. Screening for persons under 40 should be done once and if abnormal followed, or treated aggressively if above a certain level. More likely if you have a family history. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more

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How much time does it take to develop lipoid pneumonia?

How much time does it take to develop lipoid pneumonia?

Chronic aspiration: Lipoid pneumonia results from chronic aspiration of lipids, inked to the use of mineral oil as a laxative in elderly, newborns and mentally challenged at risk of aspiration. Also vegetable oils, nasal drops, mouth spray, and oral lubricant. Rare form of non resolving pulmonary infiltrate, exogenous lipoid pneumonia is a great mimicker. Often mistaken for bacterial pneumonia or cancer. ...Read more

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Is it possible to get lipid/lipoid pneumonia when putting vaseline in the nose?

Is it possible to get lipid/lipoid pneumonia when putting vaseline in the nose?

Very unlikely: Extremely unlikely as vaseline is thick and would not be easily aspirated. ...Read more

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What r symptoms if u have Lyme disease?

What r symptoms if u have Lyme disease?

Flu-like with rash: Typical symptoms include fever, headache, fatigue, and a characteristic skin rash called erythema migrans. If left untreated, infection can spread to joints, the heart, and the nervous system.
http://www. Cdc. Gov/lyme/. ...Read more

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What sort of disorder is end-stage renal disease (e.R.S.D.)?

What sort of disorder is end-stage renal disease (e.R.S.D.)?

Dialysis /Transplant: Ersd/kidney failure means most of kidney function has been lost + that subject will die unless they undergo dialysis or receive a kidney transplant. Means that kidney/s are unable to remove the nitrogenous waste products produced by your body produced by metabolising ingested protein + spent muscle. Esrd also defined as inadequate function to sustain lif or < 15 ml/min. Glomerular filtration rate. ...Read more

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Diagnosed with r.E.M. Syndrome -rare skin disease. More information about this please?

Diagnosed with r.E.M. Syndrome -rare skin disease. More information about this please?

Similar to lupus: Reticular erythematous mucinosis (rem) frequently appears after intense sun exposure, or hormonal stimuli such as oral contraceptives, menses, or pregnancy. It may be related to lupus erythematosus, although lupus tests are typically negative. It often responds to treatment with anti-malarial medications. ...Read more

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Wat r the most common local and neurological causes of dysgueisia?? is dysguesia a serious disorder??

Wat r the most common local and neurological causes of dysgueisia?? is dysguesia a serious disorder??

It's "dysgeusia": Dysgeusia = altered taste. Tongue can sense only 4 things: Sweet, sour, bitter, salty. All other "taste" is actually smell = dysosmia. Need to figure out if your "dysgeusia" is a primary taste disorder or actually your nose. The eyes may not see, the ears may not hear, but the nose knows. ...Read more

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What is 5th disease?

What is 5th disease?

Viral illness: Fifth disease is a common usually mild viral illness that generally causes a distinctive "slapped face" rash on children. Complications are rare and it usually no treatment is needed. See www. Healthychildren. Org for more information. ...Read more

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Lymn disease symptoms?

Lymn disease symptoms?

Early vs late: Early symptoms of lymes (right after bite) can include a specific rash at the site of the bite, fatigue, headache, muscle and joint pain, fever, and swollen glands. One can also have neurological changes, eye concerns, and even heart concerns. Later symptoms usually include joint pain, neurological changes, and chronic skin changes. ...Read more

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What causes 5th disease?

Parvovirus B19: Fifth disease, also known as erythema infectiosum, is a common infection caused by parvovirus b19. The virus causes fever, muscle aches and headache for about 7-10 days, then produces the characteristic "slapped cheek" appearing rash on the face. This rash can be itchy and spread to the trunk, arms and legs. ...Read more

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What are recessive disorders?

What are recessive disorders?

Genetic term: Genetic disorders fall roughly into dominant and recessive based on inheritance. If only one parent has a gene (brown eyes) but all children have that trait, then it's dominant; recessive traits require that both parents have the gene (blue eyes). If each parent has only one gene with that trait, then 1/4 of the children will express the trait. ...Read more

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What causes thinking disorder

What causes thinking disorder

More details: Could you explain more, the psychiatric diagnosis do not define a ' thinking disorder, however there are several disorders where there is a disturbance of thought process. More information is needed about symptoms. Also remember that it is important to understand the dysfunction in order to call it a disorder. ...Read more

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Hw to cure meinere s disease?

Hw to cure meinere s disease?

Take meclizine: Meclizine is a prescription drug you can get from your doctor. It will reduce the vertigo. ...Read more

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Is morgellens a real disease?

Is morgellens a real disease?

Les acaraphobes: "morgellon's disease" is delusional parasitosis, with the addition of delusion beliefs of inanimate objects in the lesion (e.g. Colored strings or fibers). Today the term "morgellons disease" is used by a community of internet folks who believe delusional parasitosis is a poorly understood "skin condition" & they dispute presence of an underlying psychological factor. ...Read more

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Is being nocturnal a disorder?

Is being nocturnal a disorder?

Morningness/nightnes: There are predispositions people have been more lark vs. Owl. When it turns out that person is going to bed in the morning (sleep phase is delayed to this point) and then person sleeps during the day, this can be disorder. It may work to person's advantage with a particular job. If the person does not want this to be the case then it would be a disorder and treated. ...Read more

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What causes Gaucher's disease?

What causes Gaucher's disease?

Inherited: Gaucher's disease GD is an inherited / genetic metabolic disorder that causes an enzyme deficiency. This deficiency disables the process that allows for the breakdown of a class of compounds called glycolipids causing them to accumulate in abnormal concentration in various organs resulting in damage to these organs. ...Read more

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How to cure cirusis disease...?

How to cure cirusis disease...?

Cirrhosis?: I think you mean cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is scarring and fibrosis of the liver. This is seen as the end product of a variety of illnesses. If the underlying disease is treated properlyl some cirrhosis may regress.

If not, cirrhosis is treated by avoiding things that irritate the liver such as alcohol and acetaminophen, being immunized against liver diseases and screening / treating complications. ...Read more

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What exactly is dent's disease?

What exactly is dent's disease?

Genetic disorder: Dent's disease is an x-linked recessive disorder of the proximal renal tubules characterized by hypercalciuria, nephrocalcinosis, kidney stones, renal failure, and rickets. The specific mutation involves inactivation of a voltage-gated chloride transporter. ...Read more