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Swollen Lymph Nodes by Tom Plamondon Posted Wed 03 Feb 2010 12:00am When swollen lymph nodes in the neck, above the clavicles (collarbone) or in the axilla (armpit) occur there are a few immediate questions we need to answer. Is there infection occurring in the body? Could lymphoma (a cancer that begins in the immune system lymphocytes) be present or developing? Is there cancer spreading from oth ... Read on »
Fellow Fighter Sandra by megse5 Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 2:45pm 2 Comments My name is Sandi. I am now a 33 year mother of four. Starting sometime in 2003 or 2004 I began having *issues*. They were really what I considered fairly minor in the beginning. My family and I moved into a pretty big house. It was a beautiful house but it was an older house with what I considered a fair amount of dust in it so I wasn't too sur ... Read on »
Swelling In Polycystic Kidney Disease: Causes And Treatment by Pkd Z. Facebook Posted Mon 16 Dec 2013 8:21am   Although swelling ( edema ) is not so common in Polycystic Kidney Disease, compared with other symptoms, like proteinuria, high blood pressure, etc, recently, there also have some patients complain that edema appears in their feet, ankle, face and other parts of the body. For those patients, to find the root causes and effective treatments are ... Read on »
Genetics Home Reference: Caffey disease by nih.gov Posted Thu 18 Apr 2013 4:01pm On this page: Description Genetic changes Inheritance Diagnosis Additional information Other names Glossary definitions Reviewed April 2013 What is Caffey disease? Caffey disease, also called infantile cortical hyperostosis, is a bone diso ... Read on »
My Lupus Buffalo Hump by Princess Lupus Posted Tue 31 May 2011 7:33pm Things I Hide about My Invisible Disease - Part 2 - The Buffalo Hump Buffalo Gals, won't you come out tonight, Come out tonight, Come out tonight, Buffalo Gals, won't you come out tonight, And dance by the light of the moon. I don't think that song was about women with Lupus, but now that I've read all the lyrics I'm more incline ... Read on »
Code blue cleared, infected trach site / swelling & resume the C-Collar, Glucose crashes and CGM by Strapples Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Mar 2010 12:00am We left the house around 9:00 am and got to the ER at 9:45 and we parked our “rig” in an ambulance bay and ran in and registered. We were seen by my ENT doctor B within 10 minutes in a private “family room” area so as to not get the actual ER involved and get totally different billing apparently ... Read on »
Swollen Fingers by Dr. Daniel Kalish Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:37pm 3 Comments I’m sure this is a very easy diagnosis for some of you…. your thoughts are gratefully received Over the last week or so I’ve noticed some of my fingers swell up* (particularly over the knuckle), as well as hard bone like growths appear which make the finger look ‘wonky’ or bent. There is also some itchy heat to accompany this. *This ha ... Read on »
Broken Clavicle by Dave M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 26 Mar 2009 3:16pm A fractured clavicle, (Collarbone.) is in the news at this time due to Lance Armstrong’s injury  when he was involved in a pile up near the end of the opening stage of the Vuelta a Castilla y Leon.  In the 1956 Giro d’Italia, Fiorenzo Magni crashed during stage 12 and broke his left clavicle. The Giro was only at the half-way point with a ... Read on »
If you're new here, you may want... by Chris M. Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 9:30pm If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed so that you can stay up to date on the latest shoulder rehab devices, shoulder articles, shoulder training techniques and shoulder videos. There are many joints in your body. Most joints bend along one axis, similar to a simple door hinge. But the shoulder is a ball and socket typ ... Read on »
There are many joints in your bo... by Chris M. Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 9:33pm There are many joints in your body. Most joints bend along one axis, similar to a simple door hinge. But the shoulder is a ball and socket type joint, with the socket being very shallow. This shallow socket is what allows the shoulder such a vast range of motion, making it the most movable joint in the body. The Good News and The Bad News ... Read on »