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9,657 Possible Causes for attached

  • Insect Bite

    Convenient attachment loop Easily attach Therapik to clothing or equipment to allow for quick access to itch relief.[therapik.com] They usually attach themselves to adults’ legs, so do check when you come back in from a walk, or in the garden.[saga.co.uk] Conical nets hang from a single attachment point in the ceiling; rectangular nets are slightly more spacious, but require an attachment at each corner.[travmed.com]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    A flowchart of study selection is attached ( Figure 1 ). Included studies See Characteristics of included studies .[doi.org] By attaching themselves to a receptor, these chemical signals direct a cell to do something, for example, to act in a certain way, or to divide or die.[vitamindcouncil.org] Bacteria attach to and, in the case of group A beta-hemolytic streptococci, invade the mucosa of the upper respiratory tract.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    For Mild/Moderate dehydration, educate about advantages of ORT and start them on the path (very useful if everyone is on the same page – so a protocol is fantastic (see attached[pedemmorsels.com] […] species may cause gastroenteritis (Refer to the Stomach Bug Causes ) and will act on the gut in a number of ways : Some bacteria will enter the gastrointestinal tract and attach[healthhype.com] Rotaviruses attach and enter mature enterocytes at the tips of small intestinal villi.[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Influenza

    In the alveoli, H5N1 virus attached predominantly to type II pneumocytes (arrowheads) in humans and all animal species except the macaque, where attachment was predominantly[doi.org] […] viral particles have two surface antigens, haemagglutinin and sialidase (neuraminidase) that extensively decorate the surface of the virus and have been implicated in viral attachment[doi.org] Attachment became progressively rarer toward the trachea ( Fig. 1 and table S1).[doi.org]

  • Connective Tissue Disease

    Elastin is the major component of ligaments (tissues that attach bone to bone) and skin.[medicinenet.com]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Adhesins are bacterial surface structures that enable attachment to host membranes.[emedicine.medscape.com] Other studies have suggested that cranberry products may be helpful by preventing harmful bacteria from attaching and sticking to urinary tract cells.[sutterhealth.org] Secretory immunoglobulin A (IgA) reduces attachment and invasion of bacteria in the urinary tract.[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    They can only reproduce by attaching themselves to cells. In most cases, they reprogram the cells to make new viruses until the cells burst and die.[webmd.com] A stop reagent is then added and the contents transferred by pipette into a collection device and an attached control spot.[mja.com.au] By attaching themselves to a receptor, these chemical signals direct a cell to do something, for example, to act in a certain way, or to divide or die.[vitamindcouncil.org]

  • Sinusitis

    Attached microbial growths-II. Frictional resistance to microbial slimes . Water Res 1973 ;7: 1249 – 58 Google Scholar Crossref ISI 4. .[doi.org] This is most commonly done using an endoscope (a thin, flexible tube with an attached light), which is passed through the nose.[mydr.com.au] The mucosa is attached directly to the bone.[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Skin Infection

    […] morphological features on culture characteristic of P. lilacinum included violet colonies on malt extract agar, long tapering brush-like phialides, and elliptical conidia attached[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] An aspirator attached to a faucet produces a modest vacuum when the water is turned on.[moringatrees.org] ‘I would advise to wash your brushes – and don’t make the mistake of overlooking brushes that are attached to the products like I did,’ Katie told us.[metro.co.uk]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    He or she also may: Look at your mucus to see whether you have a bacterial infection Test the oxygen levels in your blood using a sensor attached to your fingertip or toe[healthcare.utah.edu] In the case of mycoplasmal pneumonia, bronchial irritation results from the attachment of the organism ( Mycoplasma pneumoniae ) to the respiratory mucosa, with eventual sloughing[emedicine.medscape.com]

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