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    peptic ulcer

    Do peptic ulcers go away? Left untreated, many ulcers eventually heal. But ulcers often recur if the cause of the ulcer is not eliminated or treated. If ulcers keep coming back, you have an increased risk of developing…
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    claustrophobia

    What causes claustrophobia?  is often caused by a traumatic event experienced during early childhood. For example, adults may develop claustrophobia if, as a child, they: were trapped or kept in a confined space. were bullied or abused.…
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    The most dangerous type of rheumatism

    Can you die from rheumatism? A person cannot die from RA. However, the widespread inflammation that characterizes the condition can lead to life-threatening complications. According to the Rheumatoid Arthritis Support Network, a person with RA may have a lifespan that is approximately 10,…
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    parietal thrombus

    What thrombus means to a doctor? Listen to pronunciation. (THROM-bus) A blood clot that forms on the wall of a blood vessel or in the heart when blood platelets, proteins, and cells stick together. A thrombus may…
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    Neck pain from the front

    Can stress cause pain in front of neck? Stress also has a physical effect on the muscles in your neck. As you tense up, the tightness in your neck muscles contributes to neck pain. Chronic neck pain can…
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    The benefit and function of the epiglottis

    What is the role of epiglottis in breathing and swallowing? When we breathe, the epiglottis moves to allow air into the lungs. When we eat, the epiglottis covers the top of the windpipe, so that food goes into…
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    Causes of preeclampsia

    What is the main cause of preeclampsia? Having certain conditions before you become pregnant — such as chronic high blood pressure, migraines, type 1 or type 2 diabetes, kidney disease, a tendency to develop blood clots, or lupus…
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    Obsessive-compulsive disorder

    What is the basic characteristics of OCD patients? Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is characterized by repetitive, unwanted thoughts (obsessions) and irrational, excessive urges to do certain actions (compulsions). Although people with OCD may know that their thoughts and behaviors…
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    recurrent rheumatism

    How is palindromic rheumatism diagnosed? There is no specific test for the condition, so doctors usually diagnose palindromic rheumatism based on symptoms. Diagnosis will include an assessment of medical history and a physical examination. A doctor will assess the physical symptoms…
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    Causes of sudden insomnia

    Why do I suddenly have insomnia? Common causes of chronic insomnia include: Stress. Concerns about work, school, health, finances or family can keep your mind active at night, making it difficult to sleep. Stressful life events or trauma…
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