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Treatment innovations in hypertrophic and keloids scars!

Published in an article on https://www.woundsinternational.com/ they talk about the treatment innovations in keloids scars and hypertrophic. “This article examines the latest innovations and research in the diagnosis and treatment of hypertrophic and keloids scars. It looks at the latest evidence for targeting molecular and cellular pathways as well as emphasising that speed of treatment …

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Are you wondering what Research Is Being Conducted on Pemphigus?

A lot of you must be wondering about this that is there any research being done on Pemphigus? Here we found useful article on National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases website. Source: https://www.niams.nih.gov We picked up this excerpt from the whole article which attracted our attention. Here it is. Read on! The …

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What can be expected after the treatment of Epididymitis?

Hello everyone! Hope you are having a good day. We have some interesting article for you on what to expect after the Treatment of Epididymitis? While researching online on the disease we came across this interesting and informational excerpt on the ugologyhealth.org. Posting here the extract of a long article on the disease, causes, symptoms …

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You know who gets Tinea Versicolor?

American Academy of Dermatology published an article on who is affected by this disorder and the causes of it. While doing some online research on TV and some other disorder we found this very useful information which we found worth sharing so that a lot of you can know who is likely to get affected …

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New ways to handle Bronchiectasis!

Here we’ve found a latest research on the treatment for Bronchiectasis while reading up on various articles regarding this disorder. Source: Medicalnews.com Written by: Grace Rattue Found this article very interesting and worth sharing with you all. Pasting it here for reference! The website state that “According to a study published in The Lancet, scientists …

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Let’s discuss a bit about Retinal Vein Occlusion here

People who don’t have hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, don’t smoke or have not had a head injury can also suffer from Retinal Vein Occlusion. There is nothing much to worry about especially if your doctor says so. Trust him on this. The tests that are required usually are:  Blood tests. Blood test for Lupus. Thrombophilia. …

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What research is Benign Essential Tremor done?

Benign Essential Tremor

While doing a research on Benign Essential Tremor we came across this aeticle on NINDS web portal. The title ‘What Research is Being Done?’ Caught our attention. Here we are pasting the same aticle or let’s say the para that was of interest to us. What Research is Being Done? The National Institute of Neurological …

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