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Supraclavicular adenopathy

Supraclavicular adenopathy is usually abnormal in nature. A lot of times patients do not recognize presence of large lymph nodes. Then it is found out that they have lymphadenopathy when they complain of presence of swollen gland which may be related to a lot of disorders from benign ailments to …

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Localized adiposity

Localized adiposity is caused due to the accumulation of adipose tissue present in small   quantities. The body contours are decided by the amount of localized adiposity in various parts of the body. It is mostly the brown adipose tissue that is resistant to physical activity. The is mainly present in …

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Adenomyosis icd 9

Adenomyosis icd 9 refers to the classification of adenomyosis according to standards of international statistical classification of diseases and related health problems. ICD contains various codes that are used for the classification of adenomyosis icd 9 based on the associated signs and symptoms of the disease. This category also includes …

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Functions of adipose tissue

The functions of adipose tissue will depend on its specific location in the human body. These include the subcutaneous layer that is present deep in the skin. It may be present around the heart and the kidneys present in the abdominal cavity. When present in the bone, it is known …

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Preauricular adenopathy

In case of preauricular adenopathy, there is conjunctivitis infection, secondary to uniocular granulomatous infection. This condition may be associated with catscratch disease, and it is also referred to as perinaud occuloglandular syndrome. It includes various other conditions like chlamydial conjunctivitis and listeriosis conditions. Various other cases also involve tularemia or …

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Submental adenopathy

Submental adenopathy is also known as submandibular adenopathy, and it is associated with atypical mycobacteria. This type of adenopathy has a differential diagnosis, as it has been found to be associated with various types of infectious disorders including gingivostomatitis, that is a herpetic infection. In case of infections caused by …

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Shotty adenopathy

Shotty adenopathy affects the lymph nodes, that are associated with the spleen, tonsils and the adenoids. The adenoids are mainly concerned with the highly organized centers, containing immune cells that function as filters, preventing the harmful antigens from entering the internal organs. Shotty adenopathy is mostly observed in children who …

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Advanced maternal age risk table

According to the advanced maternal age risk table, as a woman gets older her risk of developing chromosomal aberrations in the fetus increases. Therefore, the maternal age is very important when ascertaining the incidence of various chromosomal abnormalities like the Down’s syndrome. The advanced maternal age risk table contains the …

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Progeria punnett square

The progeria punnett square is used for the determination of the genetic disorder that leads to rapid aging in children. This condition is caused due to mutation in the LMNA gene, and this is a very rare condition. Since the disease has been discovered recently, there is not must evolutionary …

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Newborn eye discharge

According to the pediatricians the newborn eye discharge problem is a very common condition, and this can be easily resolved by daily care routine. This daily care routine has been found to be very effective in the treatment of newborn eye discharge problem. Some of the clinical presentations of this …

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