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  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Eventually, that cough becomes productive and allows for the body to push out mucus.[] All the drainage from this system passes deep to and alongside the cervical musculature, under the clavicle, through the infra-clavicular lymph nodes, and then eventually[]

  • Insect Bite

    The initial bite is not painful but will eventually cause pain.[] Eventually a skin graft took and I had respite for two years until in 2013 when I found a dark spot in the grafted area.[] Once the maintenance dose is reached, the injections are given at longer intervals—eventually, once every four weeks in the first year of treatment, and once every four to[]

  • Influenza

    Eventually, the diagnosis of anti-single recognition particle-mediated necrotizing myopathy was made based on elevated creatine kinase, thigh magnetic resonance imaging, muscle[] Chemotherapy, though still primordial, must eventually provide the ultimate solution to vaccine failures.[] The result is colds, pneumonia, influenza—eventually tuberculosis. I was told you had influenza, or cold: but I suppose that is all over by this time.[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    Antibiotic resistance is when bacteria is regularly exposed to the same drug over time and will eventually mutate and develop resistance to this drug.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    During sexual intercourse the bacteria in the vaginal area may be pushed into the urethra and eventually end up in the bladder.[] Persistent bladder schistosomiasis often causes blood in the urine or blockage of the ureters and may eventually result in bladder cancer.[] From there, the bacteria can travel up to the bladder and, if left untreated, can eventually infect the kidneys.[]

  • Skin Infection

    After several failed antibiotic trials, M. marinum was eventually identified from the depth of her lesions.[] The blisters eventually fill with pus and break open, which can cause scarring [source: Mayo Clinic ].[] If impetigo is caused by streptococcus it will begin with tiny blisters that eventually erupt revealing small, wet patches of red skin.[]

  • Sinusitis

    When functioning properly, the sinuses produce mucus that drains through the nasal passages and, eventually, into the throat, where it is swallowed.[] However, with time and as the body developed, the frontal sinuses will eventually develop when the baby reaches five years of age - though the full development of the frontal[] In this patient, for instance, if the decision was eventually made to go to surgery, the wall of the maxillary sinus here, or here, along with this structure here called the[]

  • Sunburn

    Time will eventually heal the skin. In the meantime, you can take steps to relieve the discomfort.[] This mutated DNA may eventually lead to skin cancer. The warmth of a sunburn generally stems from increased blood flow to the exposed site.[] When your skin is exposed to the sun for a period of time, eventually it burns, turning red and irritated. Under the skin, things get a little more complicated.[]

  • Dementia

    Senile and presenile dementia In these dementias there is a progressive intellectual impairment that proceeds to lethargy, inactivity, and gross physical deterioration and eventually[] As the disease progresses, early symptoms intensify, eventually affecting the ability to communicate effectively and function independently.[] […] beyond what might be expected from normal aging... read more Symptoms of dementia Dementia is marked by a gradual impoverish-ment of thought and other mental activities that eventually[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    It usually starts as a dry cough but eventually produces phlegm. These symptoms can make it difficult to breathe. There are two distinct types of bronchitis.[] […] breathing Slight fever and chills Fatigue Shortness Discomfort in chest Wheezing Causes Repeated attacks of acute bronchitis can deteriorate the bronchial airways over time and eventually[] It may eventually lead to development of COPD.[]

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