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Meningitis

Meningitis is a condition in which there is an inflammation of the meninges of the brain secondary to an infection of the cerebrospinal fluid. The brain and the spinal cord are covered by three protective layers collectively called Meninges. The outermost layer is called the Dura mater and the innermost layer is called Pia mater. In between these two layers is the Arachnoid mater. A fluid called the Cerebro Spinal Fluid (CSF) circulates within the brain and the spinal cord. ...

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Measles (Rubeola) is an airborne viral infection that is highly contagious and is caused by the measles virus or measles morbillivirus. It usually affects children but anyone who is not vaccinated can get infected by it....

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Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D Deficiency, also known as Hypovitaminosis D, is a condition when the levels of vitamin D are less than a normal level of 20-50ng/ml of blood. Vitamin D is essential for the maintenance of calcium balance in the body and aid in bone development and strength. Vitamin D Deficiency can lead to an imbalance in calcium metabolism and weak bones in both children and adults....

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Holes in the heart

Holes in the heart are defects in the structure of the heart that are present at birth and interfere with the normal flow of blood within the chambers of the heart. The heart has two sides namely the left and the right side, and four chambers namely the upper right (right atrium), the lower right (right ventricle), the upper left (left atrium), and the lower-left (left ventricle) which are separated by a wall....

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Oligohydramnios

Oligohydramnios is a condition seen during pregnancy where there is a less than normal amount of amniotic fluid within the amniotic sac. The amniotic fluid functions as a cushion that protects the fetus inside the womb and also helps in the transfer of nutrients and fluids between it and the mother....

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GERD in Children

GERD in Children or Acid Reflux is a long-term digestive disorder. It occurs when the stomach contents push back into the food pipe (esophagus). GERD can be present in some infants, but they outgrow the condition by 12 to 14 months of age....

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Palpitations

Palpitations are an awareness of abnormal, fast, irregular, or forceful beating of the heart. In a majority of cases, they are harmless, while in a few they can be an indication of an underlying medical condition such as heart disease. They may be felt as “flip-flopping”, “fluttering”, or “pounding in the neck”....

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Haemorrhoidectomy

Hemorrhoidectomy is a surgical procedure that is done to treat and manage hemorrhoids or piles. Hemorrhoids are inflamed and swollen vascular structures in the anal canal often associated with increased intra-abdominal pressure as seen with straining during defecation, irregular bowel habits, etc....

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CT Angiography

CT Angiography is a non-invasive diagnostic procedure that is done for the evaluation of diseases and medical conditions affecting the blood vessels. The procedure is done by injecting contrast material into the blood vessels and then imaging them with the help of computed tomography (CT). While the procedure is more commonly done for the evaluation of blood vessels supplying to the heart, it is also used for the evaluation of the aorta, and blood vessels supplying the brain, kidneys, and lungs, as well as peripheral blood vessels....

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Meningitis

Meningitis is a condition in which there is an inflammation of the meninges of the brain secondary to an infection of the cerebrospinal fluid. The brain and the spinal cord are covered by three protective layers collectively called Meninges. The outermost layer is called the Dura mater and the innermost layer is called Pia mater. In between these two layers is the Arachnoid mater. A fluid called the Cerebro Spinal Fluid (CSF) circulates within the brain and the spinal cord.

Measles

Measles (Rubeola) is an airborne viral infection that is highly contagious and is caused by the measles virus or measles morbillivirus. It usually affects children but anyone who is not vaccinated can get infected by it.

Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D Deficiency, also known as Hypovitaminosis D, is a condition when the levels of vitamin D are less than a normal level of 20-50ng/ml of blood. Vitamin D is essential for the maintenance of calcium balance in the body and aid in bone development and strength. Vitamin D Deficiency can lead to an imbalance in calcium metabolism and weak bones in both children and adults.

Holes in the heart

Holes in the heart are defects in the structure of the heart that are present at birth and interfere with the normal flow of blood within the chambers of the heart. The heart has two sides namely the left and the right side, and four chambers namely the upper right (right atrium), the lower right (right ventricle), the upper left (left atrium), and the lower-left (left ventricle) which are separated by a wall.

Oligohydramnios

Oligohydramnios is a condition seen during pregnancy where there is a less than normal amount of amniotic fluid within the amniotic sac. The amniotic fluid functions as a cushion that protects the fetus inside the womb and also helps in the transfer of nutrients and fluids between it and the mother.

GERD in Children

GERD in Children or Acid Reflux is a long-term digestive disorder. It occurs when the stomach contents push back into the food pipe (esophagus). GERD can be present in some infants, but they outgrow the condition by 12 to 14 months of age.

Palpitations

Palpitations are an awareness of abnormal, fast, irregular, or forceful beating of the heart. In a majority of cases, they are harmless, while in a few they can be an indication of an underlying medical condition such as heart disease. They may be felt as “flip-flopping”, “fluttering”, or “pounding in the neck”.

Haemorrhoidectomy

Hemorrhoidectomy is a surgical procedure that is done to treat and manage hemorrhoids or piles. Hemorrhoids are inflamed and swollen vascular structures in the anal canal often associated with increased intra-abdominal pressure as seen with straining during defecation, irregular bowel habits, etc.

CT Angiography

CT Angiography is a non-invasive diagnostic procedure that is done for the evaluation of diseases and medical conditions affecting the blood vessels. The procedure is done by injecting contrast material into the blood vessels and then imaging them with the help of computed tomography (CT). While the procedure is more commonly done for the evaluation of blood vessels supplying to the heart, it is also used for the evaluation of the aorta, and blood vessels supplying the brain, kidneys, and lungs, as well as peripheral blood vessels.

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