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Noonan Syndrome a genetic condition

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Noonan Syndrome (NS) is a genetically heterogenous autosomal dominant condition associated with short stature, variable intellectual capacity, neck webbing and ocular hypertelorism (abnormally increased...

Myotonic Dystrophy - signs and symptoms, pathophysiology,...

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Myotonic Dystrophy is a condition characterised by increased tone and delayed relaxation of muscle with muscle weakness.

Approach to Fat malabsorption - signs and symptoms...

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This video shows the causes of the fat malabsorption and its clinical manifestations.

Transplant Medicine - Antibody mediated rejection

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There are two main types of transplant rejection. T-cell mediated and antibody mediated and antibody mediated transplant rejection. These rejections are divided into hyperacute, acute and chronic rejection....

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) - life cycle,...

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Severe headaches - Understanding Trigeminal Autonomic...

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"Trigeminal autonomic cephalgia affect one side of the head and are associated with cranial autonomic features such as ptosis, conjunctival injection, lacrimation and rhinorrhoea. Trigeminal autonomic...

Achalasia - Presentation of Whole Esophageal...

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Achalasia occurs with an incidence of approximately 1:100,000 with an equal gender distribution. It occurs at all ages with an increase in incidence observed after the seventh decade. Dysphagia is...

Endoscopic Image of Achalasia

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Esophageal Achalasia. Sir Thomas Willis first described achalasia in 1674. Willis successfully treated a patient by dilating the LES with a cork-tipped whalebone. Not until 1929 did Hurt and Rake...

Achalasia with Candidosis

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Achalasia. Monilias are observed. Pathophysiology: The exact etiology of achalasia is not known. The most widely accepted current theories implicate autoimmune disorders, infectious diseases,...

Treatment for Achalasia - Endoscopic Maneuvering...

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Achalasia It took forceful maneuvering of the endoscope to overcome the sphincter. Pathophysiologic studies of achalasia have primarily identified neural lesion involving loss of ganglion cell within...

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