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4,774 Possible Causes for detaches

  • Insect Bite

    Tromboculidae) may bite during late summer and usually the larvae of the harvest mite ( Neotrombicula autumnalis ) attach to the skin under tight-fitting clothes, feed and then detach[news-medical.net]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    Haemagglutinin binds, agglutinates red blood cells Neuraminidase enzyme that degrades sialic acid (detaches the virion from the cell surface) Fusion causes membrane fusion[virology.uct.ac.za]

  • Influenza

    As before, the viruses adhere to the cell through hemagglutinin; the mature viruses detach once their neuraminidase has cleaved sialic acid residues from the host cell.[en.wikipedia.org] N act on the sialic acid component of the cell, which enables viral detachment. [8, 9] Different subtypes of influenza viruses are identified based on the combinations of[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Sinusitis

    The self-adhesion of the mucus and the adhesion of the mucus to the sinus wall [ 12 ] prevent the detachment necessary for bubble formation during agitation of the head.[dx.doi.org]

  • Sunburn

    Allow the dead skin sheets to detach on their own. Remove detached skin carefully and slowly. Don't rip skin sheets off or you risk removing more skin than you intended.[betterhealth.vic.gov.au]

  • Drug-induced Fever

    Physical examination revealed diffuse erythematous, macular rash without mucosal involvement and skin detachment ( Figure 1 ). He had a 38.5 C fever (axillary).[jpediatricsreview.com]

  • Osteoporosis

    _1, 1 July 2014, Pages 423S–430S, Abstract View article Tags: breast cancer , food , isoflavones , postmenopause , soybeans Genistein inhibits human prostate cancer cell detachment[ajcn.nutrition.org]

  • Malignant Neoplasm

    Aged galls are easily detached. Fresh galls are the best sources of this pathogenic bacterium.[apsnet.org] Microinvasion The process of invasion begins when one cancer cell detaches itself from the mass of tumour cells.[britannica.com] During each stage, tumor cells have to detach, migrate, invade, adapt and re-attach by involving matrix degrading enzymes and mechanical processes such as cell adhesion, changes[doi.org]

  • Appendicitis

    She'll then detach the appendix from the large intestine and drain any fluid that has accumulated due to the infection.[babycenter.com] These included a diagnosis of prostate cancer, hospitalisation for influenza, appendicitis and retinal detachment; these are unlikely to be associated with the intervention[healthdirect.gov.au]

  • Adrenal Insufficiency

    Understanding the impermanence of the body and the world we live in, emotional detachment and detachment from all form, and a single-minded desire to extend love can greatly[arltma.com]

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