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Taurodontism Definition It is a disease of the teeth that involves the molar teeth, particularly its tooth and pulp chamber. This was a common tooth condition during the times of early humans and still continue to affect Eskimos of present times; thus the common association of the disorder with selective adaptation.
What is Hypogammaglobulinemia? Hypogammaglobulinemia is a medical complication brought about by a deficiency of B-cells (B-lymphocytes) in addition to a resultant decrease in the amount of antibodies (immunoglobulin) in the body system.
What is Mesenteric Adenitis? Also known as mesenteric lymphadenitis, mesenteric adenitis refers to medical condition in which the lymph nodes that lie in the abdomen mesentery become inflamed. Abdomen mesentery refers to the tissue that connects your intestines in to the abdominal wall’s internal lining.
Nociceptive Pain Definition Nociceptive pain is a pain that occurs after the sensory receptor is activated and it sends signals to the brain. Causes of Nociceptive Pain Nociceptive pain is a pain that is either of visceral or somatic origin. Somatic Pain develops after an injury occurs to a section of the body like ...
Ankyloglossia (Tongue Tie)
What is Ankyloglossia? Known commonly as the tongue tie, Ankyloglossia is considered to be a congenital oral anomaly, which is caused owing to the thick and short lingual frenulum. Lingual frenulum Lingual frenulum is a membrane that connects the portion under the tongue to that of floor pertaining to the mouth. Severity of Ankyloglossia Picture 1 ...
Palatoplasty Surgical Procedure
What Is Palatoplasty Surgery? Palatoplasty in medical terms refers to the surgical process of correcting the deformity in those persons who suffer from cleft lip or cleft palate or both. What Is Cleft Lip? A Cleft lip refers to abnormal gap or opening which in most cases occurs between the mouth and nose of ...
Tachy Brady Syndrome
What is Tachy Brady Syndrome? Tachy Brady syndrome is a collection of conditions which shows as slow and fast supraventricular rhythms in ECG. Tachy Brady syndrome us also known as ‘sick sinus syndrome’ or ‘sino atrial disease’. History of Tachy Brady Syndrome This is a disease that was first diagnosed in the year 1968. It ...
What is Relapsing Polychondritis? Relapsing polychondritis is an autoimmune disorder that presents with many non specific symptoms involving neck, nose, head, throat and ears. It is characterized by recurring inflammation of cartilage on different body tissues. The tissues that have cartilage and are affected by relapsing polychondritis are the nose, ears, windpipe, spine ...
Perforated eardrum means an eardrum with a hole in it, which can cause problem in normal hearing and cause other ear problems. What is Perforated Eardrum? A hole or tear in the eardrum (a thin membrane medically known as tympanic membrane that separates the ear canal and the middle ear) is called perforated ...
What is Poliosis? Poliosis is a term which is used to refer to the development of white hair patches in the head, moustache, eyelashes, eyebrows, beard or another place. It may affect persons of all genders and all ages. The condition is not very common; some poliosis victims may dye the white hair ...
What is Pancreatitis? It is a condition that leads to swelling of the pancreas, a gland that can be found ...