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Hypothalamus problem

Most people are ignorant about the hypothalamus problem. Some of the common symptoms that indicate that you may be having a hypothalamus problem include headaches, symptoms of hormone excess or deficiency and vision issues. Sometimes genetics and hereditary factors also play an important role in various hypothalamic disorders. It is …

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Stimulate hypothalamus

According to research conducted by the neuro scientists it has been found that it is possible to stimulate hypothalamus in various ways. The hypothalamus is a very important part of the central nervous system, as it regulates the body functions in response to stimulus. The hypothalamus releases various neurohormones in …

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Injury to hypothalamus

Statistics reveals that around 1.5 to 2 million Americans suffer from traumatic brain injury to hypothalamus. Most of the victims of the traumatic brain injury may suffer from chronic and significant crippling conditions. Most of the patients also suffer from neuroendocrine disorders due to problem in the central nervous system. …

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Overactive hypothalamus

An overactive hypothalamus may lead to hyperthyroidism or Graves’ disease. In this condition, the overactive hypothalamus produces excessive thryrotropin releasing hormone or TRH. This is a neurohormone which regulates the functioning of the anterior pituitary gland. The pituitary gland controls the endocrine system and thus, when there is an overactive …

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Abutment supported crown

The abutment supported crown is a single implant (screw) retained crown. The abutment supported crown is the treatment of choice in replacing a single missing tooth especially in areas where esthetics is a prime concern, as it requires no involvement or support of other adjacent teeth and yet provides an …

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Function of bicuspid valve

The function of bicuspid valve is crucial. The heart has four valves out of which the bicuspid valve is one of them. The bicuspid valve or mitral valve is located between left atrium and left ventricle, and it allows the flow of blood to flow from left auricle to left …

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