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Rosai-dorfman Disease: A Rare Reactive Disorder

Rosai-Dorfman disease is systemic, meaning that it can affect the entire body. It occurs more commonly in the cervical area, but it can occur in other areas of the body besides the lymph nodes such as the central nervous system, eyes, upper respiratory tract, skin and kidney.

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Rosai-dorfman Disease: A Rare Reactive Disorder

Rosai-Dorfman disease is systemic, meaning that it can affect the entire body. It occurs more commonly in the cervical area, but it can occur in other areas of the body besides the lymph nodes such as the central nervous system, eyes, upper respiratory tract, skin and kidney.

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Db Second Hospital, Symptoms Can Get Worse

Every experienced infectious diseases, especially those caused by viruses, the body will naturally make antibodies to fight the virus.

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The Transition Seasons, Beware of Dengue Fever

The transition seasons, Beware of Dengue Fever.

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Preventing The Common Cold and Practicing Good Health Habits

Preventing the common cold is a matter of practicing good health habits and maintaining a healthy immune system. What is often referred to as the common cold virus is actually a number of different viruses that can cause symptoms when they infect the lining of the nose. So, habits that protect the body from all forms of viruses and bacterial infections can help protect you from a common cold virus.

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Aquarium Water Can Cause Skin Infections

Henry Ford Hospital, Infectious Diseases Society of America, San Francisco, Infectious disease, Henry Ford, Mycobacterium marinum, Aquarium, Incubation period.

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Japanese Pickles Claimed Can Prevent Bird Flu

Lactobacillus, Influenza, Bacteria, Infectious disease.

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Herpes- Protect Yourself From Genital Herpes

Herpes- Protect Yourself From Genital Herpes.

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Controlling Infectious Outbreaks in Hospitals, Clinics, and Other Health Centers

One aspect of hospitalist medicine involves treating and controlling infectious disease outbreaks. Although it sounds frightening, this is an inevitable and necessary part of medical practice.

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Tuberculosis Affects 83 People Every Hour

Tuberculosis or TB is often shortened to a contagious disease that attacks your respiratory system. His name is also infectious diseases, and of course also easily transmitted disease and can affect anyone and at anytime.

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