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Buerger’s Disease

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 29-Mar-2023 15:21:58
An uncommon condition that affects the arteries and veins in the arms and legs is called Buerger's disease. Your blood vessels enlarge and become irritated with thromboangiitis obliterans, or Buerger's disease, and they may get clogged by blood clots (thrombi). The skin tissues are eventually harmed or destroyed, which increases the risk of infection and gangrene. Buerger's disease often manifests initially in your hands and feet before spreading to more extensive portions of your arms and legs. Almost everyone with Buerger's illness smokes cigarettes or uses chewing tobacco or another tobacco product. The only method to stop Buerger's disease is ... Read More

Brugada Syndrome

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 29-Mar-2023 15:20:12
Brugada syndrome is an uncommon but occasionally hereditary cardiac rhythm disorder (arrhythmia) that can be fatal. Brugada syndrome patients are more likely to experience irregular heartbeats that start in the lower heart chambers (ventricles). Preventive methods for Brugada syndrome treatment include lowering the temperature and avoiding drugs that can cause arrhythmia. An implanted cardioverter-defibrillator is a medical device that certain Brugada syndrome sufferers require. Brugada Syndrome: Causes An issue with cardiac rhythm is called Brugada syndrome. Special cells in the right upper chamber of the heart provide an electrical signal that starts each heartbeat. Each of these cells has tiny ... Read More


Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 29-Mar-2023 15:17:06
Brucellosis is a disease that is caused by the bacteria brucella, and the most commonly infected animals are dogs, cattle, cows, sheep, etc. Brucella is a small, gram-negative, non-motile, rod-shaped bacteria. Brucellosis is also known as Malta fever or Mediterranean fever. It spreads from animals to humans through contact with infected animals or eating unpasteurized milk or unprocessed meat. Brucellosis is reported in many countries. Transmission from one person to another is rare, as this is not transmitted through the air. It is one of the most common diseases that is spread through animals. The symptoms are mostly flu-like. ... Read More


Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 29-Mar-2023 15:16:20
The lining of your bronchial tubes, which transport air to and from your lungs, become inflamed when you have bronchitis. Bronchitis patients frequently cough up thicker mucus that may be colored. Chronic or acute bronchitis is both possible. Acute bronchitis is a relatively common condition that frequently results from a cold or other respiratory illness. A persistent irritation or inflammation of the bronchial tube lining characterizes chronic bronchitis, a more dangerous illness that is frequently brought on by smoking. Acute bronchitis, often known as a chest cold, typically goes away without leaving any residual symptoms, but the cough may remain ... Read More


Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 29-Mar-2023 15:12:25
Young children and newborns frequently contract bronchiolitis, a lung infection. It enlarges the tiny airways of the lung and irritates them while also causing edema and mucus accumulation. The term "bronchioles" refers to these tiny airways. A virus nearly usually causes bronchiolitis. Similar to a cold, bronchiolitis initially presents with similar symptoms. Yet when it worsens, wheezing—a high-pitched whistling sound made while exhaling—and coughing appear. Children occasionally have respiratory issues. Bronchitis symptoms typically persist between one and two weeks, but they can last longer. With care at home, most kids recover. A tiny number of kids require hospitalization. Bronchiolitis: Causes ... Read More

Broken Wrist

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 29-Mar-2023 15:11:16
A fractured wrist occurs when one or more of the bones in your wrist shatter or crack. When someone tries to catch oneself during a fall and lands forcefully on an outstretched hand, they most frequently injure their wrist. If you engage in activities like in-line skating or snowboarding or have a medical condition that causes your bones to thin down and become more brittle, you may be more likely to break your wrist (osteoporosis). A fractured wrist has to be treated as quickly as possible. Otherwise, it's possible that the bones won't mend properly, which might make it difficult ... Read More

Broken Toe

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 29-Mar-2023 15:10:14
Toe fractures, commonly known as fractured toes, are a highly frequent ailment, especially among sportsmen and those who lead busy lives. The Pinky toe, one of the five toes (also known as the digits of the foot), is the one that breaks the most frequently, and it frequently breaks near the base of the toe. The forefoot, which includes your toes, is a part of your foot. Three phalanges, often known as toe bones, and two joints make up four of your toes. Yet, there are only two bones and one joint in the big toe. The three phalanges, or ... Read More

Broken Ribs

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 29-Mar-2023 15:09:01
One of the rib cage's bones breaking or cracking results in a fractured rib, a frequent injury. Hard hits from falls, auto accidents, or contact sports are the most frequent causes. Many rib breaks are just fractured. Rib fractures cause discomfort. But, they don't lead to the issues that fragmented ribs can. Major blood arteries, the lungs, and other organs can be damaged by the razor-sharp edge of a shattered bone. Broken ribs often mend on their own in around six weeks. To be able to breathe deeply and prevent lung conditions like pneumonia, pain management is crucial. Broken Ribs: ... Read More

Broken Nose

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 29-Mar-2023 15:06:20
A broken nose, also known as a nasal fracture, is a break or split in the nose's bone, frequently the bone that covers the nose's bridge. Contact sports, physical altercations, falls, and face-injuring car accidents are a few common reasons why people break their noses. A broken nose can hurt, and nosebleeds are frequent side effects. Your nose and the area around your eyes might be swollen and bruised. You can have problems breathing through your nose and your nose might appear misaligned. Procedures to straighten your nose may be used as part of your treatment for a broken nose. ... Read More

Broken Leg

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 29-Mar-2023 15:04:37
A fractured leg (leg fracture) happens when one of the bones in your leg breaks or cracks. Sports injuries, auto accidents, and falls are common causes. The location and seriousness of the injury determine the course of treatment for a fractured leg. Metal pins and plates may be needed to keep the pieces of a badly damaged leg together. A cast or splint can be used to treat less serious fractures. In every situation, quick diagnosis and treatment are essential to full recovery. Broken Leg: Causes The probable causes of the broken leg may include − Falls. One or ... Read More