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Diagnosis of Kidney Cancer

Diagnosis of tumors of the upper urinary tract rather difficult due, on the one hand, the rarity of the disease and the lack of vigilance medical oncology the other - the fact that clinical and laboratory manifestations of RCC are similar to those of other diseases and urological oncourological.Improved diagnostic…

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Diagnosis of mental retardation

Issues related to the diagnosis and assessment of mental deficiency, psychiatrists decide on the basis of all available data, clinical. Patopsihologicheskogo and paraclinical studies. The task of the pediatrician - as soon as possible to draw attention to deviations in the mental development of the child and send him to…

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Kidney Cancer – Symptoms

Clinical symptoms of kidney cancer are varied. Triad of symptoms - hematuria, swelling and pain - occurs in advanced stages of the disease. Much more often the disease is asymptomatic and diagnosed incidentally in connection with the treatment of the patient to the doctor for another reason or during clinical…

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Anxiety disorder

Currently became widely recognized view that anxiety disorders - a group of friends, but at the same time different psychopathological conditions. It is reflected in the relatively small changes in the basic categorization of anxiety disorders that have been made ​​in the fourth revision of the "Guide to the Diagnostic…

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Chantix could affect patients alcohol tolerance

Pfizer, the manufacturer of Chantix (varenicline), submitted a case series to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) which was reviewed alongside reported cases of patients experiencing adverse reactions to the drug from the FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS) database.Chantix is a widely-used smoking cessation medicine approved for use by…

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Metastatic Prostate Cancer – Treatment

By the definition of locally advanced and metastatic prostate cancer not amenable to radical treatment.Historically, the majority of patients were submitted to it with this form of the disease. Nevertheless, with the advent of PSA screening era, the situation has changed for the better, however, in spite of this, the…

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Significant findings in U.S. national institutes of health’s

Pluristem's PLX-R18 cells for treatment of acute radiation syndrome. Pluristem Therapeutics Inc., a leading developer of placenta-based cell therapy products, has announced the positive results of a recently completed trial conducted by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) to evaluate PLX-R18 cells to treat bone marrow damaged by exposure…

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Global health experts call into question cancer data

Global health experts believe the current data on cancer prevalence Cancer data compiled by the World Health Organisation's (WHO) GLOBOCAN project has huge global influence and is used by Governments and international NGOs to determine health and funding priorities in sub-Saharan Africa. However, no independent evaluation of the data has…

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Catching the drinking game bug

Why you might get more than you bargained for playing 'beer pong. When the conversation fades and the food runs out, exuberant partygoers might turn to drinking games for their postprandial entertainment. But, be warned the ever-popular sport of "beer pong" could give you a little more than you bargained…

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Twin study finds new Back Pain and Depression

Twin study lends new insights into link between back pain and depression Genetic factors help to explain the commonly found association between low back pain and depression, suggests a large study of twins in the March issue of PAIN®, the official publication of the International Association for the Study of…

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