Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Family Doctor’s Tale – ENCEPHALITIS

DOC I HAVE ENCEPHALITIS Encephalitis is a serious medical disease which causes inflammation and infection of the brain. The causes of Encephalitis may be divided into: Infections: 1.viral infections are the most common (herpes simplex virus, mumps, measles, rubella, chickenpox, … Continue reading

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A Family Doctor’s Tale – CANCER OF VULVA

DOC I HAVE CANCER OF THE VULVA Cancer of the vulva isĀ  a rare cancer in women which affects the vulva occurring usually in older women past menopause. The average age is over 60. The cancer is usually a squamous … Continue reading

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A Family Doctor’s Tale – VESICOVAGINAL FISTULA

DOC I HAVE A VESICOVAGINAL FISTULA Vesicovaginal Fistula is a chronic granulous track which communicate between the bladder base and the vagina. Vesicovaginal Fistula usually result from : 1.operation through the vagina causing a hole through vaginal wall to bladder … Continue reading

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A Simple Guide to Encephalitis

A Simple Guide to Encephalitis———————————– What is Encephalitis?————————— Encephalitis is a serious medical disease which causes inflammation and infection of the brain. What are the causes of Encephalitis?—————————————- The causes of Encephalitis may be divided into: Infections:————1.viral infections are the … Continue reading

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A Family Doctor’s Tale -UTERINE PROLAPSE

DOC I HAVE UTERINE PROLAPSE Uterine prolapse occurs when the ligaments and muscles holding the uterus in place has weakened to allow it to drop out of the vagina especially in a squatting position. Causes of Uterine Prolapse: 1.Pregnancy and … Continue reading

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A Family Doctor’s Tale -ATROPHIC VAGINITIS

DOC I HAVE ATROPHIC VAGINITIS Vaginal atrophy is the thinning of the vaginal wall of a woman appearing during or after menopause (the end of menstrual cycles). Menopause in women usually occur between the age of 45 – 55 years … Continue reading

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A Family Doctor’s Tale – BARTHOLIN CYST

DOC I HAVEĀ  A BARTHOLIN CYST Bartholin cyst is an acute cystic inflammation of the Bartholin gland at the vulva region in females. Bartholin Gland lies behind the bulb of the vestibule which is the erectile tissue of the female. … Continue reading

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