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CWD, FECES, ORAL LESIONS, Aerosol and intranasal transmission by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 11 Dec 2009 7:50pm O.11.1 Prions in feces of asymptomatic deer Gültekin Tamgüney1,2, Michael W. Miller3, Lisa L. Wolfe3, Tracey M. Sirochman3, David V. Glidden4, Christina Palmer 1, Azucena Lemus5, Stephen J. DeArmond5, Stanley B. Prusiner1,2 1Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases, University of California, San Francisco, USA; 2Department of Neurology, Un ... Read on »
Eosinophilic Granuloma Complex in Cats by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Mon 09 Jul 2012 7:00am Dealing with dermatologic problems in cats (and dogs) often requires a lot of patience. Picture this scenario: An owner brings in her cat with the complaint of itching and hair loss, and expects, not unreasonably, that a veterinarian will perform a physical examination, maybe run a few simple and inexpensive diagnostic tests, and come up with the ... Read on »
Young man dies from tongue piercing by Dr. Ivor K. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 26 Sep 2008 5:16pm Haaretz Newspaper from Israel brings a story of an 18-year-old Israel Defense Forces soldier who died this Sunday from an infection he received from a tongue piercing. The soldier had been hospitalized in serious condition for over a month in Rambam Hospital in Haifa after he developed 14 abscesses in his brain from bacteria that spread from ... Read on »
In the management of CAD , cardiologists attack the lesion , surgeons avoid the lesion . . . who is the winner ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 18 Jun 2011 11:12am Coronary  atherosclerosis is the number one killer of mankind. Many would consider it as an  essential  process of aging .Modern  life styles and habits make this appear  very early in life . There is currently an endemic (or even  a pandemic ) of   CAD due to premature  atherosclerosis. We need to recognise CAD is not a  primary heart disease  ... Read on »
Hot Tonsil by ANNGREGORY74 Patient Expert Posted Sun 25 May 2014 11:00pm Chris here -  I haven't blogged in a long time - and frankly I've enjoyed it.  The activity on this blog is in direct inverse proportion to Ann's health.  So less blogging means no cancer.  Well until last week that is. Dr. G, Ann's Otolaryngologist at MDA (who also performed the surgery on her tongue) called her the other day and gave her ... Read on »
Health Tips for February 23 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Wed 23 Feb 2011 12:00am Health Tip: Lichen Planus Triggers Skin Rash Lichen planus is a disease that results in a rash on the skin or inside the mouth. While its exact cause isn't known, it's believed triggered by an allergic or immune system reaction. The U.S. National Library of Medicine says common symptoms of lichen planus include Lesions on the tongue, c ... Read on »
Health Tips for May 16 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Mon 16 May 2011 12:00am Health Tip: Understanding Risk Factors for Gangrene Gangrene occurs when a portion of bodily tissue dies due to lack of blood supply to the area. The U.S. National Library of Medicine says these factors increase a person's risk of developing gangrene Suffering a serious injury. Having a disease of the blood vessels, such as hardenin ... Read on »
What Exactly Is a SLAP Lesion? Top 5 Things You Need to Know About a Superior Labral Tear by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 9:43pm 1 Comment Image via Wikipedia I received many great questions and comments regarding my last post discussing two new tests to detect a SLAP tear.  Sounds like there is still a little confusion about what exactly a SLAP tear is and how to classify them.  Understanding how a SLAP lesion occurs and what exactly is happening pathologically is extremely impo ... Read on »
The EBD Approach in Practice by Dr. Josh A. Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 3:13pm My apologies for a slow past two weeks of blogging. Last week I attended the ADA's Evidence Based Dentistry Champions Conference in Chicago. I learned a ton about dental research and evidence and ways to incorporate that into daily practice. I am going to start a series of articles about Evidence Based Dentistry which might be a bit dry consider ... Read on »
Importance of Immunohistochemistry in the Evaluation of follicular lymphoid lesion by Dr.Prashant Jani Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:02pm Before discussing the utility of particular immunostains, it is important to review and understand some basics about the normal lymphoid follicle, in order to interpret the immunostains appropriately. The difference between a primary follicle and a secondary follicle: A primary or "resting" follicle: - a collection of B-cells in the cortex ... Read on »