Leukopenia

What is Leukopenia? Leukopenia is a medical condition in which the number of white cells in the blood decreas...

Fordyce Spots on Lips

What are Fordyce spots? Also known as Fordyce granules or Sebaceous Prominence, the Fordyce spots that appear...

Eosinophilic Folliculitis

What is Eosinophilic Folliculitis? Eosinophilic folliculitis is a skin disease, primarily characterized by sk...

Throat Polyps

What are Throat Polyps? Throat polyps are fleshy growths that appear in the throat, without being cancerous o...

Chlorine Rash

What is Chlorine rash? As the name actually suggests it, a chlorine rash is a type of rash that appears after...

Phytophotodermatitis

What is Phytophotodermatitis? In order to understand what this disease is all about, we should start by expla...

Diaphragm Pain

The diaphragm is the main muscle responsible for breathing, being the part of the body that separates two of t...

Crepitus

What is Crepitus? Crepitus represents the entire range of sounds that can come from under the skin and often ...

Subscapularis Tear

What is Subscapularis Tear? The subscapularis muscle is one of the four rotator cuff muscles, being the large...

Itchy tongue

The tongue is an important part of the human body and one of the most complex muscles we have. This muscle hel...

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