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KNOW THE FACTS BEAT THE ODDS REDUCE YOUR RISK GET SCREENED NOW

KNOW THE FACTS BEAT THE ODDS REDUCE YOUR RISK GET SCREENED NOW

KNOW THE FACTS BEAT THE ODDS REDUCE YOUR RISK GET SCREENED NOW SOUTH ASIA THOSE FROM SOUTH ASIA MAY BE AT HIGHER RISK FOR HEART DISEASE 1 #1 Heart Disease is the #1 cause of mortality in the community 2 2X South Asians are 2 times more likely to suffer a fatal heart attack

By paul2
(267 views)

Flu and Pneumo (Vaxigrip and Pneumo23)

Flu and Pneumo (Vaxigrip and Pneumo23)

Flu and Pneumo (Vaxigrip and Pneumo23). Dennis S. Quiambao, MD Medical and Government Affairs Manager. Influenza. Influenza. "An unvarying disease caused by a varying virus". Kilbourne, 1980. Influenza. Worldwide: 10% of the population gets the flu

By oshin
(386 views)

Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis What is Multiple Sclerosis? It is an Auto Immune Disease which is when the body starts to destroy itself. It is a life-long disease with no cure. In MS, the body attacks and destroys the fatty tissue called myelin that insulates an axon/nerve, and is called demyelination.

By Faraday
(649 views)

The Epidemiologic Triangle

The Epidemiologic Triangle

The Epidemiologic Triangle. Time. The Epidemiologic Triangle. The agent is the cause of the disease Can be bacteria, virus, parasite, fungus, mold Chemicals (solvents), Radiation, heat, natural toxins (snake or spider venom)

By Angelica
(226 views)

Slow Virus Infection

Slow Virus Infection

Slow Virus Infection. Diseases have a prolonged incubation period Slow virus diseases may be caused by conventional viruses or unconventional (atypical) agents. Diseases caused by conventional viruses include; Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML)

By Melvin
(561 views)

Screening in Gynaecological Cancers

Screening in Gynaecological Cancers

Screening in Gynaecological Cancers. Prof. HYS Ngan Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology University of Hong Kong Queen Mary Hospital. Fallopion tube. Uterus. Endometrium. Ovary. Cervix. Vagina. Screening. Cervical cancer Ovarian cancer Endometrial cancer. Screening.

By Donna
(888 views)

Module 7: Outbreak Investigation & Disease Control

Module 7: Outbreak Investigation & Disease Control

Module 7: Outbreak Investigation & Disease Control. Outbreak Investigation. Developed through the APTR Initiative to Enhance Prevention and Population

By Gideon
(278 views)

Type 1A Diabetes (Immune Mediated) Clinical Immunology Society

Type 1A Diabetes (Immune Mediated) Clinical Immunology Society

Type 1A Diabetes (Immune Mediated) Clinical Immunology Society. George S. Eisenbarth Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes Slides Chosen From Teaching Slides of: Type 1 Diabetes: Molecular, Cellular, Clinical Immunology -www.barbaradaviscenter.org.

By Jeffrey
(640 views)

Peste des Petits Ruminants

Peste des Petits Ruminants

Peste des Petits Ruminants. Overview. Organism Economic Impact Epidemiology Transmission Clinical Signs Diagnosis and Treatment Prevention and Control Actions to Take. The Organism. The Organism. Family Paramyxoviridae Genus Morbillivirus Closely related to rinderpest virus

By LeeJohn
(466 views)

Rabbit Diseases

Rabbit Diseases

Rabbit Diseases. Bacterial and Mycotic Diseases.

By albert
(286 views)

Outbreak Investigation

Outbreak Investigation

Outbreak Investigation. Terms. Incidence Rate Prevalence Outbreak; Cluster; Pseudo-outbreak. An increase ( incidence rate) over the expected occurrence ( prevalence ) of an event. Note that a single case of an unusual disease or pathogen may constitute an outbreak.

By MikeCarlo
(297 views)

Knowledge Representation, Structuring and Ontology Development

Knowledge Representation, Structuring and Ontology Development

Knowledge Representation, Structuring and Ontology Development. Arden Homestead June 4-5, 2003. Knowledge-Based Terminology. History Theory Principles Reality Other efforts Additional applications Additional research. History.

By jaden
(233 views)

WELCOME TO Department of Oral medicine And Radiology

WELCOME TO Department of Oral medicine And Radiology

WELCOME TO Department of Oral medicine And Radiology. Oral medicine :.

By Rita
(677 views)

Pathology of blood and lymphatic vessels

Pathology of blood and lymphatic vessels

Pathology of blood and lymphatic vessels. Pathology of blood and lymphatic vessels. The main cellular components of the walls of vessels are: 1) endothelial cells 2) smooth muscle cells 3) pericytes (the cells normally arranged along capillaries and venules).

By jacob
(378 views)

When the Script Doesn’t Fit J Gen Intern Me d. 2017 Mar 23

When the Script Doesn’t Fit J Gen Intern Me d. 2017 Mar 23

DIAGNOSTIC SCHEMA JGIM EXERCISES IN CLINICAL REASONING Teaching Slides by: Rabih Geha, MD & Denise M. Connor, MD. When the Script Doesn’t Fit J Gen Intern Me d. 2017 Mar 23 Daniel J Wheeler, MD; Thomas Cascino , MD; Bradley A Sharpe, MD; Denise M Connor, MD. Diagnostic Schema.

By benjamin
(280 views)

Pharynx Anatomy and conditions

Pharynx Anatomy and conditions

Pharynx Anatomy and conditions. The pharynx is a fibromuscular tube that is semicircular in cross section and is situated directly anterior to the vertebral column. Nasopharynx. Behind the nose and above the soft palate. In front it communicates through choanae with the nasal cavities

By daniel_millan
(357 views)

Medical Terminology and Disease

Medical Terminology and Disease

8. Medical Terminology and Disease. Word Elements for Medical Terms. word root—the body of the word ( cardi , arthr , mast ) prefix—before word root ( intra- , trans- ) suffix—after word root ( -logy , -gram ) c ombining vowel—joins two word roots ( electr - o - cardi - o - gram)

By Mia_John
(395 views)

Skeletal pathology

Skeletal pathology

Skeletal pathology. Rizki adiwahyono MD. ICD 10 for BONE disease. M86 Osteomyelitis M87 Osteonecrosis M88 Osteitis deformans [Paget's disease of bone] M89 Other disorders of bone M90 Osteopathies in diseases classified elsewhere.

By Leo
(347 views)

Key Plants and Key Pests in Columbus Landscapes

Key Plants and Key Pests in Columbus Landscapes

Key Plants and Key Pests in Columbus Landscapes. Jennifer Davidson Columbus Cooperative Extension. Insects Azalea caterpillar Azalea lacebug Azalea leafminer Rhododendron gall midge Spider mites Other Iron chlorosis Planting depth. Diseases Azalea gall Cercospora leaf spot

By issac
(332 views)

Sebastian Thaler Manfred Zierhut Centre of Ophthalmology University of Tuebingen, Germany

Sebastian Thaler Manfred Zierhut Centre of Ophthalmology University of Tuebingen, Germany

Whipple´s Disease. Sebastian Thaler Manfred Zierhut Centre of Ophthalmology University of Tuebingen, Germany. First Presentation – Ocular History November 2006. 56 year old white German man OU: persisting vitreous inflammation since 2 months

By libitha
(204 views)

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