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Ovarian teratomas are of different types. Understanding the exact type can really help in diagnosing and treatment of it. There are primarily three sub-types of it which are of more concern and interest.More...
Thrush is actually a kind of fungal infection that occurs primarily in the regions of the mouth. It usually occurs in the infants, young children and people who have a weak immune system such as those who are taking anti-biotic, diabetic and people suffering from AIDS or cancer.More...
- Cure For Infant Thrush
- Foods To Avoid With Oral Thrush
- How Do I Know When Thrush Is Gone ?
- Thrush Mouth Symptoms
- What Is Thrush ?
Toxic Shock Syndrome was actually linked in the year 1981 with those women who used tampons during their menstrual cycles. However, this is not the only reason there can be some other reasons of having this illness. It is one of those rarest kinds of bacterial infection that is caused by a specific type of bacteria known as Staphylococcus aureus.More...
Preventing trichinosis, which is a food borne disease, is not a very difficult task. Trichinosis is caused due to infection from larvae that are produced by Trichinella spiralis, which is commonly found in the contaminated meat. Although the symptoms of Trichinosis are mostly negligible, if the infection becomes severe, then it might lead to encephalitis, pneumonia and also heart failure.More...
Tuberculosis is a disease that primarily affects the respiratory system. It causes widespread loss of human lives and affects people of all age groups. Mycobacterium tuberculosis is responsible for causing this deadly disease. The bacteria specifically target the lungs. If left untreated for long time, tuberculosis can affect vital organs too. This leads to tremendous weight loss and muscle wastage in the affected person.More...
- Children With Tuberculosis
- How Contagious Is Tuberculosis ?
- Life With Tuberculosis
- Long Term Effects Of Tuberculosis
- Tuberculosis Symptoms
Typhoid fever is caused by a bacterium called salmonella typhi. In some countries, it is known as the enteric fever. However, most people refer to it commonly as typhoid fever. The bacteria are transferred to the human body through food that is contaminated or drinking water that is contaminated in most cases.More...
- Cures For Typhoid
- History Of Typhoid Fever
- How Is Typhoid Spread ?
- Typhoid Causes
- Typhoid Facts
- Typhoid Symptoms
Although tetanus can be fatal, the infection can be prevented by a simple vaccine that is usually given in doses over the lifetime of a person. In today's modern world, fatalities from tetanus only occur when a person has not been properly immunized against the tetanus causing bacterium.More...
- How Often Do You Need A Tetanus Shot ?
- Side Effects Of Tetanus Vaccination
- Signs Of Tetanus
- Tetanus Shot After A Wound
- Tetanus Shot Complications
- Treatment For Tetanus