Essays on Disease

Cerebral Palsy: General Characteristics

Cerebral palsy is defined as, a group of permanent disorders affecting the movement and posture, and a person’s ability to maintain balance; these disturbances can appear fetal development or the infant brain and is the, “most common physical disability of children” (Wong’s 2015). Most often this disorder includes disturbances of, “sensation, perception, communication, cognition,” and...
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Polio: General Characteristics

Poliomyelitis is highly infectious disease that can result in irreversible paralysis (one in two hundred infections) and in severe cases death (5% to 10% of those become paralysed). There is currently no cure for poliomyelitis and so the vaccination was a major breakthrough in tackling this disease. Jonas Salk is known for the creation and...
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Functional Hearing Loss

Functional hearing loss or loss of non-physical hearing, loss of mysterious hearing, or any environment in the appraisal framework. This can be characterized as ‘loss of sentiments’ when the patient trusts that he has a consultation misfortune if there are no issues with the testing framework itself. It is vital to recognize distinctive dimensions of...
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Autism: Ailment, Associated Treatments, And Rehabilitation

The subject matter chosen for this paper is Autism. This paper is going to define the ailment, associated treatments, and rehabilitation. According to the National Autistic Society (NAS, 2018.1), Autism is a ‘lifelong, developmental disability that affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people, and how they experience the world around them’....
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Prevention Of Acute Hepatitis In Infants

Abstract This paper will discuss how hepatitis in pregnant women is passed to their developing infant during gestation by looking at three different research articles. There are several types of Hepatitis such as A, B, C, D, & E, however, only hepatitis B can be transmitted from mother to fetus. Hepatitis B has three types...
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Cystic Fibrosis: My Experience

The name of my disease is cystic fibrosis; it makes pimples in the pancreas and the course of action of wealth fibrous connective tissue in the lungs. Within organs which bear the most mischief due to this disease are the lungs and the pancreas regardless of the way that a grouping of various organs are...
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Zika Virus Vaccine

Since the rapid rise and spread of the Zika virus, search for a vaccine has ensued. While the virus causes mild symptoms in most, its association with severe birth defects in pregnant women, notably abnormal fetal brain development and microcephaly, to Guillain-Barré syndrome in adults (an autoimmune disorder that causes paralysis) has a vaccine imperative...
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Breast Cancer: Ways Of Treatment

Cancer is the uncontrolled proliferation of abnormal cells in parts of the body. Breast cancer develops once breast cells begin to proliferate and grow at a very fast rate. Usually, the cells clump together to form a lump which can be seen in an x-ray. Once the cancer spreads into adjacent organs or in distal...
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Epitope Prediction Of Swine Flu Virus By Using Bioinformatics Tools

Epitope Prediction Epitope prediction is part of an antigen that is recognized by the immune system, specifically by antibodies, B cell or T cells. Which are a linear sequences of amino acid. Epitope are often used in proteomics and the study of other gene products. The epitope of protein antigens are divided into two types...
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Epilepsy: Ways Of Treatment

With all the different developments in epilepsy, there are also different diagnosis and treating this condition. The doctor needs to consider a different diagnosis of epilepsy-like syncope, transient ischemic attacks, sleep disorders, and migraine. However, just like anyone else the doctors need to know information on what was happening before, during, and after the event....
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