2009 m. spalio 21 d., trečiadienis
2009 m. balandžio 20 d., pirmadienis
2009 m. balandžio 18 d., šeštadienis
2009 m. balandžio 8 d., trečiadienis
2009 m. balandžio 7 d., antradienis
Thyroid cancer: "The thyroid is a gland shaped something like a butterfly in the base of the neck. The thyroid is small, but highly valuable as it dictates the release of several hormones along with determining the rate of the body’s metabolism."
2009 m. balandžio 6 d., pirmadienis
Stomach cancer: "Stomach cancer is one of the five most common cancers in the United States, and kills nearly a million people every year. In the United States, whites are less likely to get it than Asians, African-Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Hispanics"
Pancreatic cancer: "Cancer of the pancreas is considered on of the most serious and deadly cancers of the body. The pancreas is responsible for the production of insulin along with the liver, and produces enzymes and digestive chemicals which aid in the body’s ability to utilize food for energy as well as develop a healthy metabolism"
Ovarian cancer: "A woman has two ovaries which are responsible for the production of eggs and are about the size of two almonds. The ovaries also produce hormones that women need in order to bear children and maintain a specific level of health."
2009 m. balandžio 5 d., sekmadienis
Hodgkin s disease: "Hodgkin s disease, also known as Hodgkin s lymphoma, is a disease characterized by the spreading of a disease from one lymph node to another in an orderly manner. In a pathological point of view, the disease is associated with the presence of Reed-Sternberg cells."
Glioblastoma multiforme: "There are many types of brain tumors. One type is classified as primary brain tumors, which develop within the brain itself, as differentiated from other tumors which spread and multiply from its origins in other parts of the body."
2009 m. balandžio 4 d., šeštadienis
2009 m. balandžio 3 d., penktadienis
Bladder cancer: "The bladder is the organ responsible for storing urine while it waits to be excreted from the body. It is a small, balloon shaped organ that rests in the pelvic area. Bladder cancer that is detected early has a high chance of survival"
2009 m. balandžio 2 d., ketvirtadienis
Osteoporosis: "Literally translated, osteoporosis means porous bones, which affects the structure, strength, and integrity of bones. Bones afflicted with osteoporosis are subject to becoming brittle which break easily as well as hinder a patient’s ability to stand, walk, or be active for long periods of time"
Fractures: "A fracture is a medical condition that occurs when a person’s bones are subject to cracks or breakage. While fractures are known as broken bones, the term “break” does not form part of the medical terminology used in orthopedics."
2009 m. balandžio 1 d., trečiadienis
Acromegaly: "Acromegaly is a common effect of excessive growth hormone (HGH) levels. The term is rooted from the Greek words ‘akros’ and ‘megalos’, which are translated literally as “extremities enlargement”. Acromegaly, therefore, is a syndrome that results in severe disfigurement or enlargement of a physical feature."
2009 m. kovo 31 d., antradienis
2009 m. kovo 30 d., pirmadienis
Myelodysplastic syndrome: "Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS) is formerly known as preleukemia. It is a collection of heterogeneous hematopoietic disorder. The disorders that belong to this group are characterized by either a hypo cellular or hyper cellular marrow with its maturation and morphology impaired"
2009 m. kovo 29 d., sekmadienis
Leukemia: "Leukemia is a group of strictly bone marrow diseases which means the body is producing an uncontrolled increase in white blood cells. There are various types of leukemia including hairy cell leukemia, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, chronic myelogenous leukemia, acute lymphocytic leukemia, and acute myelogenous leukemia."