Stomach Care

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Acidity

“Acidity” refers to a set of symptoms caused by an imbalance between the acid secreting mechanism of the stomach and proximal intestine and the protective mechanisms that ensure their safety.

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Anal Fissure

An anal fissure is a crack in the lining of the anal canal. This can occur at any age, but usually occurs in young adults. Fissures may be caused by constipation and passage of hard stool, or diarrhoea and passage of frequent stool. However, the majority seem to develop without any particular cause.

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Appendicectomy for Appendicitis

Once you develop appendicitis appendix becomes soft, wet and gangrenous like a wet tissue paper. As a result of this it can perforate. Perforated appendicitis is much more difficult to treat compared to unperforated.

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Bariatrics Surgery Benefits

Obesity is a growing epidemic of global proportions. There are more than 1 billion adults overweight and at least 300 million of them clinically obese. And this is surely a major contributor to the global burden of chronic disease and disability. Obesity is not about being overweight anymore; it is considered a disease now!

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Bladder management in spinal cord injury patients

Urinary tract refers to the system that is concerned with formation, storage and excretion of urine. It consists of two kidneys that lie at the back of upper part of abdomen, one on each side. Urine formed in the kidneys is drained by two hollow tubular structures, called the ureters into the bladder.

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Hiatus Hernia- Definitions and Symptoms

They are hernial defects in the diaphragm (a muscular structure that separates chest cavity and abdominal cavity) which leads to gradual enlargement of hiatal orifice and subsequently abdominal contents tend to herniated into chest cavity

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Homoeopathic approach to Jaundice

Jaundice, or icterus, is a yellowish discoloration of tissue resulting from the deposition of bilirubin. Bilirubin pigment has high affinity for elastic tissue and hence jaundice is particularly noticeable in tissue rich in elastin content.

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Rectal Prolapse

A rectal prolapse occurs when the normal supports of the rectum become weakened, allowing the rectum to drop down outside the anus. Sometimes this only happens when you open your bowels, and the prolapse goes back on its own.

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