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Mucocutaneous Lymph Node Syndrome(Kawasaki Disease)

Kawasaki Disease

What is Kawasaki Disease Kawasaki disease is a sudden onset of inflammation. It affects the medium-sized blood vessels in the body. Mainly it affects the children of age 6 months to 4 years old. It occurs mostly when the children are around 1-year-old. It can also see in adults, but less frequently. Young children will […]

Varicose veins

Varicose veins

Varicose veins are dilated and tortuous (repeated twist, bends, and turns) superficial veins. Every vein does not become varicose. On most occasions, the main branches of the saphenous veins are the ones that become varicose. Main veins in Lower limbs( legs) Lower limbs (legs) veins can divide into two systems. They are, Superficial venous system […]

Symptoms of fibroids, types, and treatments


Fibroids are a benign (noncarcinogenic/noncancerous) estrogen-dependent tumor of uterine smooth muscle. It can be visualized as a firm, whorled tumor to the naked eye

Anal Fissure

Chronic anal fissure

An anal fissure is a longitudinal split in the anoderm (anal skin) of the distal (far end) anal canal. Endoderm is the epithelium lining of the anal canal up to the dentate line.



Contraceptions are methods that use in birth control. Vasectomy is one of those which apply to the male. It is considered permanent sterilization.

Menstruation Process


Menstruation is a complex process. The female menstruation cycle is controlled by several hormones. The influence of These hormones and changes of the ovaries regulate by a Hypothalamus pituitary ovarian axis.

What is Menorrhagia

What is Menorrhagia

Menorrhagia is a disorder in the female menstrual cycle. It causes heavy menstrual bleeding. Women may experience the presence of blood clots, blood spills

Bacterial Vaginosis (BV)

Bacterial Vaginosis

Bacterial vaginosis is a bacterial infection in the vagina. It occurs when the proportion of healthy bacteria is reduced in the vagina. The type of bacteria living in the vagina depends on its pH value. So, anything cause to change the balance of pH in vaginal can lead to the infection.


Ulcers MedFog

Break of the continuity of the epithelium tissue is known as an ulcer. Based on the ulcer’s edge, ulcers are categorized into different types.