Acute Myelogenous Leukaemia

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:26:21
Acute myelogenous leukaemia is a type of cancer of blood and bone marrow that affects the type of white blood cells called myeloid cells, which normally develops into various blood cells such as red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. It is more common in men than women and the risk increase with age. This occurs mainly due to association with genetic disorders, mutations in the DNA, and high exposure to radiation, chemicals, and other exposures. Even some drugs are known to cause it. Myeloblasts are immature cells that develop into mature white blood cells. When the arrest happens ... Read More

Acute Lymphocytic Leukaemia

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:22:14
Acute lymphocytic leukaemia is the type of cancer seen in children which involves blood and bone marrow cells. There is an excessive growth of immature cells called lymphoblasts in the bone marrow. These are the precursor cells for the lymphocytes which are a type of white blood cell. This condition occurs very rapidly hence the name acute is used. This condition occurs when there is a mutation in the DNA which causes the cells to grow abnormally as the normal signaling pathway is been mutated. These cells fail to function as normal cells and also block the production of normal ... Read More

National Differences in Fashion

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:19:06
Fashion has a long history of making mistakes. What was considered fashionable a few decades ago may now be considered “killing fashion!” Similar to this, what is popular in one country would have been called fashion suicide in another. Fashion trends are greatly influenced by the time period, the beliefs of the populace, and the culture of that time period and place. A particular nation’s culture is reflected in the clothing and accessories that designers and manufacturers create. Then, it adopts the style of the area. Only if a fashion trend fits with the local culture will people follow it. ... Read More

Acute Liver Failure

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:19:02
Acute liver disease is a disease of the liver in which there is a sudden loss of liver function within 26 weeks of the liver disease along with encephalopathy and an increase in the INR ratio of more than 1.5. It usually occurs in young persons. The liver mainly has the metabolic function which removes the toxic material from the body and also has got secretary function. When the liver fails to do its function there is an accumulation of waste products causing changes in the central nervous system can also lead to another organ failure also. Acute failure occurs ... Read More

Acute Kidney Failure

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:14:32
Acute kidney failure is a condition in which there is a sudden stopping of the kidney function is present which results in an accumulation of nitrogenous waste products as the kidney’s main function is to eliminate the waste products of the body. When the waste products accumulate in the body it leads to disturbance in the endocrine and metabolic functions. It usually occurs in older age group people. It occurs rapidly in a very less duration. Acute kidney failure is caused when there is a sudden decrease in the blood flow to the kidney, direct damage to the kidney ... Read More

Acute Flaccid Myelitis

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Sinha
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 16:10:32
Acute flaccid myelitis or acute flaccid paralysis is a neurological disorder with a sudden onset of weakness in the limbs within 15 days with a loss of tone in the paralyzed limb. It is also associated with the paralysis of the respiratory muscles causing respiratory failure. It is a kind of polio-like infection seen in children. Hence always polio should be ruled out by stool examination. Acute flaccid myelitis is an emergency condition that should be managed early to support vital functions. It mainly involves the anterior horn cells of the spinal cord. A more common occurrence is seen between ... Read More

Modern Democracy and Dress Codes

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 15:59:18
Due to its impact on how citizens interact, clothing has political significance. Clothing indicates the existence of an intersubjective social reality where one displays themselves and is observed by others; it is not just a private or personal affair. When examining the effects of fashion on democratic relationships, it can be agreed that when used to flaunt one’s status and wealth, fashion exacerbates tense relationships between citizens, but it can also be argued that clothing can also be used to show respect for others and allegiance to a group. Thus, clothing occasionally supports the democratic ideal of evenly ... Read More

Historical and Cultural Background of Spiritual Counselling

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 15:40:52
The earliest trace of what could be construed as counseling in its contemporary sense could be found in the Vedas and the Upanishads. Though attempting to answer the larger questions of life, such as meaning and purpose, these texts present their content in a poeticized and symbolic manner. Their insights are only attainable if one analyses them deeper and experiments with their postulates in their own lives. The following text will attempt to cover what counseling means in classical Indian tradition and how it has integrated with modern psychotherapy. Spiritual Counselling It includes The Counselling of Bhagwadgita Perhaps the ... Read More

Market Research in Fashion: Meaning & Methods

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 15:39:02
Business owners and entrepreneurs can make confident, well-informed decisions to direct the development or evolution of their fashion businesses with the help of fashion market research, which offers them invaluable information. Market research may ensure efficient use of your marketing budget and raise the likelihood of business success, whether you are the owner of an established clothing company or are thinking about entering the fashion industry. Participating in a market research campaign project may provide you with the assurance you require to succeed in a highly competitive sector of the economy. The ultimate purpose of fashion market research is ... Read More

Ayurveda: Healing and Pedagogy

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 03-Feb-2023 15:35:29
Ayurveda is an ancient Indian system of medicine encompassing a holistic approach to health and has a unique and traditional system of pedagogy that percolates from generation to generation. Eventually, the practitioners also convey the healing methodologies to the general masses. The accessibility and understandability of these concepts for a layman are very special and promote general health and well-being. What is Healing in Ayurveda? Ayurveda is a method for obtaining holistic health through various techniques. In Ayurveda, the goal of treatment is not just to address specific symptoms but to restore balance to the body as a whole. ... Read More
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