Found 248 Articles for Medicine

Congenital Heart Disease in Adults

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 15:29:07
Congenital heart disease refers to a variety of structural issues with the heart that has existed since birth. Congenital refers to a condition that you are born with. Both adults and children with congenital heart disease may have altered blood flow via the heart. Congenital cardiac abnormalities can be in a variety of forms. There are several milder forms of congenital cardiac disease. Yet, complicated flaws might result in potentially fatal issues. Yet, improvements in diagnosis and care are extending the lives of those with congenital cardiac disease. Congenital heart disease patients require lifetime medical treatment. Regular checks (watchful waiting), ... Read More

Congenital Heart Defects in Children

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 16:33:24
Congenital heart defect is an abnormality in the heart's structure that a kid is born with. Children with certain minor congenital cardiac abnormalities don't require therapy. More severe congenital cardiac problems in youngsters may need many operations spread out over several years. You may better comprehend your child's congenital heart problem and prepare for what lies ahead by being informed about it. Congenital Heart Defects in Children: Causes The baby's heart forms and begins to beat throughout the first six weeks of pregnancy. At this crucial period, the main blood arteries that travel to and from the heart also start ... Read More

Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 15:26:33
A set of hereditary diseases affecting the adrenal glands, a pair of walnut-sized structures above the kidneys, is known as congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH). the main hormones that are produced by the adrenal glands include − Mineralocorticoids such as aldosterone, which control sodium and potassium levels, are regulated by the hormone cortisol, which controls the body's reaction to disease or stress. Androgens, or male sex hormones, including testosterone, are essential for both male and female growth and development. A gene alteration (mutation) causes a deficiency of one of the enzymes required to produce these hormones in persons with CAH. Congenital ... Read More


Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 15:17:55
Traumatic brain damage such as a concussion impairs your ability to think clearly. While typically transient, side effects might include headaches and difficulties with focus, memory, balance, and coordination. The most common cause of concussions is a hit to the head. The head and upper body being violently shaken might also result in concussions. You may lose consciousness as a result of some concussions, but this is uncommon. Concussions are most frequently caused by falls. If you participate in a contact sport, such as football or soccer, concussions are also prevalent. The majority of people normally fully recover from a ... Read More

Complicated Grief

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 15:17:13
One of the most upsetting and regrettably frequent situations people go through is losing a loved one. Most persons going through typical grief and loss experience sadness, apathy, and sometimes even guilt and resentment during this time. These emotions eventually pass, making it easy to accept the loss and go on. Some people's grief-related sentiments are crippling and don't go better with time. Complicated grieving, also known as chronic complex bereavement disorder, is what is causing this. It is difficult to get past the loss and resume your own life when you are experiencing complex sorrow since the painful feelings ... Read More

Common Warts

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 15:16:21
On the skin and mucosa, warts are benign lesions. The human papillomavirus (HPV), of which there are over 100 different varieties, is what causes warts. HPV may develop everywhere. Common warts, vaginal warts, flat warts, deep palmoplantar warts (Myrmecia), localized epithelial hyperplasia, epidermodysplasia verruciformis, and plantar cysts are among the main symptoms of HPV infection. Both direct and indirect touch can spread warts. Wart development is more likely to occur under situations that interfere with the regular epithelial barrier. Therapy could be challenging. During a few years, warts frequently disappear on their own. Malignancies are linked to several high-risk ... Read More

Common Variable Immunodeficiency

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 15:15:24
A genetic disorder called common variable immunodeficiency (CVID) results in recurrent infections. The immune system is less strong than usual when this disease exists. Treatment is provided to CVID patients for the duration of their lives. An immune system condition caused by a genetic mutation is called CVID. Antibodies, which are proteins that fight infections, are present in the blood at low levels in those with this illness. People may often get infections if their bodies do not produce enough of these antibodies. Infections in the sinuses, ears and respiratory system frequently appear in persons with CVID. The chances of ... Read More

Colon Polyps

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 15:14:29
A colon polyp is a little cell cluster that develops on the colon's lining. Colon polyps are usually not harmful. Yet, certain colon polyps have the potential to become cancerous over time. When discovered in its advanced stages, colon cancer can be lethal. Colon polyps can appear in everyone. If you are 50 years of age or older, overweight, or a smoker, your risk is increased. Also, if you have a personal or family history of colon polyps or colon cancer, you are at a higher risk. Often, colon polyps don't manifest any symptoms. Regular screenings are crucial because early-stage ... Read More

Colon Cancer

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 15:13:27
The big intestine is where colon cancer typically first manifests itself (colon). The digestive system ends with the colon. Colon cancer may strike anybody at any age, although it often strikes older persons. Small, benign (noncancerous) cell clusters called polyps commonly grow on the inside of the colon as the first signs of the condition. Some of these polyps may eventually develop into colon cancer. Little polyps may have few, if any, symptoms. Because of this, medical professionals advise routine screening exams to help prevent colon cancer by locating and eliminating polyps before they develop into cancer. There are several ... Read More


Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 15:12:46
In a healthy newborn, colic is characterized by repeated, protracted, and severe crying or fussiness. Because the baby's suffering appears to occur for no obvious reason and because no amount of comforting seems to be able to provide relief, colic may be very difficult for parents. These incidents frequently happen in the evening, when parents are frequently exhausted. Colic attacks often peak at around 6 weeks of life and drastically decrease by 3 to 4 months of age. While the persistent sobbing will eventually stop, dealing with colic adds a lot of stress to caring for your newborn baby. There ... Read More
1 2 3 4 5 ... 25 Next