Deafness is defined by partial or complete hearing loss. Hearing loss is a common handicap worldwide. It may be conductive, sensorineural, and mixed hearing loss. Hearing impairment ranges from mild difficulty in understanding word or sound and then total hearing loss. hearing loss are of different types those are conductive hearing loss, sensorineural hearing loss, and mixed hearing loss.
It is the disorder of Inner ear that causes episodes of vertigo, ringing in the ear (Tinnitus), and one-sided sensory hearing loss that causes by increase endolymph fluid pressure inside the inner ear canal system. Exact cause of the meniere's disease is unknown but there are some risk factor which are allergic reaction, viral or bacterial infection, fluid imbalance, blockage in the endolymphatic duct, head injury, and long term stress. visit for more....
The varicose vein or varicosity is an abnormally dilated, tortuous superficial vein caused by an incompetent venous valve.
varicose veins are permanently distended veins that develop from the loss of valvular competence faulty valves elevated venous pressure causing distention and tortuosity of superficial veins.
It is the malignant disease of the blood-forming cells especially the neoplastic proliferation of immature leukocytes.
It is a group of malignant disorders affecting the blood and blood-forming tissues of bone marrow, lymph system a spleen. Leukemia is a malignancy ( cancer ) of blood cells. In leukemia abnormal blood cells are produced in the bone marrow usually leukemia involves the production of abnormal WBC.
A type of hernia in which part of the stomach protrudes up through the esophageal opening of the Diaphragm. Hiatus hernia is an anatomical abnormality in which the part of the stomach protrudes up through the diaphragm into the chest. The exact cause is unknown. It may be due to, Increased pressure within the abdominal cavity. It may be due to - Heavy lifting, Pregnancy, Ascites, Frequent or hard coughing, Boilent vomiting, Starving etc...
The aneurysm is defined as a permanent localized dilation, stretching, and ballooning of an artery or blood vessels to around 50% increases in the size. The exact cause of aneurysm is unknown. Aneurysm is classified into 7 types according to location, Etiological factor, appearance, saccular, fusiform, dissecting, and false aneurysm.