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Subluxing ulnar nerve Test, Taping, Symptoms, Treatment

Subluxing ulnar nerve Test, Taping, Symptoms, Treatment

What is Subluxing ulnar nerve?  The Blattmann in 1851 for the first time had reported Subluxing Ulnar Nerve. The Ulnar nerve is located in the arm and is associated with the motion of the hand and the arm. It also produces sensation in the half fourth and full fifth finger. …

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Hypotestosteronemia in Male, Symptoms, Causes, Treatment

Hypotestosteronemia in Male, Symptoms, Causes, Treatment

Hypotestosteronemia is the low level of testosterone in the body. It can be congenital or acquired deficiency. It is also medically known as Hypogonadism in which the functional activity of gonads decreases, leading to decreased production of hormones. Testosterone is a steroid hormone that is produced in the adrenal glands …

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Akinetopsia test, symptoms, causes, example, treatment

Akinetopsia test, symptoms, causes, example, treatment

What is Akinetopsia? The word “Akinetopsia” is derived from the Greek word. The “a” means without, “kine” means to move and “opsia” means to see. Akinetopsia is a visual motion perception disorder. It is an acquired defect characterized by the inability to perceive motion. Akinetopsia, a rare neurological disorder, is …

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Baxter’s Neuropathy Symptoms, Causes, Treatment

Baxter's Neuropathy Symptoms, Causes, Treatment

Chronic medial heel pain may be a common complaint in running-based athletes. In most cases, the source of pain is possibly plantar fasciitis. However, another potential source of pain is the first branch of the lateral plantar nerve, referred to as Baxter’s nerve. Often, Baxter nerve neuropathy can coexist with …

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Stercoral Colitis Symptoms, Causes, Treatment

Stercoral Colitis

stercoral colitis is an inflammation in the colonic wall, which increases Luminal Distention (A painful sensation followed by bloating, which leads to secondary motility changes in severe conditions) and mechanical pressure on the colonic wall, resulting from holding hard fecal material for a long time. stercoral colitis is common in …

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Brunner’s gland Hyperplasia Symptoms, Causes, Cancer, Treatment

Brunner's gland Hyperplasia Symptoms, Causes, Cancer, Treatment

Brunner’s glands are glands that secrete mucus. These glands are located in the deep mucous membrane (the mucous membrane is the membrane lining the various body cavities and covering the surface of the internal organs) and the submucosa of the duodenum, which flows into the intestinal glands. The primary physiological …

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Oxford Coronavirus vaccine (ChAdOx1) Phases, Availability, Cost

Oxford Coronavirus vaccine (ChAdOx1) Phases, Availability, Cost

On 11thJanuary 2020, a team of the Jenner Institute at the University of Oxford started to make a vaccine for the COVID-19. They developed a recombinant viral vector vaccine. The vaccine developed was previously known as the Oxford Coronavirus vaccine (ChAdOx1) is now given name AZD1222 which is an adenovirus …

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Moderna Coronavirus vaccine (mRNA-1273) Phases, Availability, Cost

Moderna Coronavirus vaccine (mRNA-1273) Phases, Availability, Cost

The coronavirus pandemic has created dread around the globe. It has affected around 22 million individuals all over the world. The search for the vaccine is being carried out by researchers and scientists around the world. Among all this, Moderna, a biotechnology company in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has developed a vaccine …

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Heschl’s Gyrus Location, Function, Damage, Lesion

Heschl's Gyrus Location, Function, Damage, Lesion

“Heschl’s gyri or Heschl’s convolutions is commonly called as the transverse temporal gyri which are mainly located in the primary auditory cortex that invasively lies within the adjacent sulcus of the brain, covering the 41, 42 Brodmann’s area and characterized as the very first cortical part to be able to …

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