Oily Urine

Urine is usually made up of excess fluids and waste products that are filtered from the body by the kidneys. Oily urine can occur due to a number of causes such as dehydration, chyle, and […]

Black Specks in Stool

Stool is normally brown in color. It attains the color after mixing with varied gastrointestinal chemicals, bilirubin, fat, cellulose, disintegrated red blood cells, water, protein, bile, and bacteria. There are many reasons why stool may […]

Signs of autism in 2 year Olds

Autism or Autism Spectrum Disorders is the name given to an extensive range of learning disability disorders marked by difficulties in non-verbal communications, diminished social interaction capacities, extremely restricted interests and activities, and repetitive actions […]

Lissencephaly

Lissencephaly, the literal meaning of which is ‘smooth brain’, is an uncommon, genetically-associated brain mal-development disorder marked by nil folds or convolutions in the cerebral cortex as well as microcephaly, i.e., an unusually small head. […]

Green Tongue

Normally the tongue is reddish or pinkish in color with a smooth texture and a velvety touch which is a sign of a healthy tongue. However the texture and color can change due to change […]

What is Global Hypokinesis?

Global hypokinesis is a term used to describe a condition marked by generalized weakness of the heart and mild to extreme obstructions in the coronary blood vessels. Every section of the heart, including the cardiac […]

Enlarged Papillae

Papillae refers to small strand-like growths that are naturally present on the tongue. Enlarged papillae can occur due to varied causes, including underlying conditions like gastrointestinal disorders, canker sores, etc. Most instances of enlarged papillae […]

What is Congestive Heart Failure?

Congestive heart failure refers to failure or inability of the heart to sufficiently meet the requirements of the varied tissues and organs in the body for nutrients and oxygen. Such lowering of the cardiac output […]

Cyanosis

Cyanosis occurs when the blood lacks oxygen causing the skin to appear bluish or purplish. This condition could involve the lips, gums, tongue, nail beds, fingers, toes and mucous membranes. People affected by this could […]

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