Conjunctivitis – Causes, Risk Factors and Treatment.

Introduction Conjunctivitis is a nonspecific term used to describe an inflammation of the conjunctiva, which can be caused by a wide range of conditions. It is commonly referred to as “red eye” or “pink eye.” Conjunctivitis may result from primary involvement of the conjunctival tissue or may occur secondary to …

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Cryptococcosis – Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment.

Definition Cryptococcosis is a disease caused by fungi from the genus Cryptococcus that infect humans and animals, usually by inhalation of the fungus, which results in lung infection that may spread to the brain, causing meningoencephalitis. Cryptococcosis History In 1894 in Italy, Francesco Sanfelice was the first to isolate Cryptococcus …

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Colon Cancer – Risk factors, Complications, and Diagnosis.

Introduction Colon cancer is also called as colorectal cancer. Colorectal cancer is caused by the abnormal growth of epithelial cells which form the lining of the colon or rectum. These small growths (known as polyps) are often benign, although some have the potential to develop and become cancerous. It is …

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