Acne assails the skins of millions of people across the world. And all of them begin with a comedo, which develops as a result of clogged pore. A comedo actually remains there under the skin for quite some time without creating any problem. When the conditions are right and bacterial infection takes place, it develops [...]
Mole With White Spot In The Middle
A melanocytic nevus (also known as "nevocytic nevus") is a type of lesion that contains nevus cells (a type of melanocyte). some sources equate the term mole with[...]
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1 history of the term. 1.1 antiquity and middle ages: occasional physical description; 1.2 "white people" and modern racial hierarchies. 1.2.1 white people as a[...]
Online medical dictionary and glossary with medical definitions, m listing.[...]
Examples of common moles. the mole at the upper left is 1 millimeter in diameter (the width of the tip of a sharpened pencil), and the other moles in the upper row[...]
If you have a mole that looks strange, is causing you problems, or is located in an area you dislike, you can easily have it removed! read on to learn more about how[...]
Noninvasive breast cancer. noninvasive breast cancers include: ductal carcinoma in situ (dcis; also called intraductal carcinoma). dcis consist of cancer cells in the[...]
Pubmed health. a service of the national library of medicine, national institutes of health. a.d.a.m. medical encyclopedia [internet]. atlanta (ga): a.d.a[...]
“It’s a contest of purposeless suffering….to me of course, it’s all about living.” – Lance Armstrong comments on the grueling demands of competitive cycling, after his fourth Tour de France victory in 2002.
Heart attack and stroke two of leading causes of death and disability around the world. Clearly, not enough people know about the risks and factors surrounding these two medical emergencies.