Aneurysm is a protrusion of the blood vessel wall. It forms a sort of pouch behind the edge of the vessels and pushes them to the nearby tissues. The reason behind this illness is an underdeveloped or weak vessel wall.
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It is an infectious disease of the liver that occurs because of a virus. People often contract this disease and end up in the hospital. However, others remain unaware of this disease until the last stage. Hepatitis C can lead to cirrhosis and liver cancer. Symptoms include skin manifestations, damage to the nervous system, blood vessels and others.
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Dysplasia is a precancerous condition in which the cells are disrupted due to the structure of the surface layer of the cervix. The initial stages of cancer are usually found after a baseline medical examination.
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It can take place without any pain (this is for those who suffer from diabetes or who have a high pain threshold). The symptoms may be very uncharacteristic with a high or rising temperature and weakness.
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This disease occurs due to the deposits of cholesterol plaques in the wall of blood vessels. By itself, atherosclerosis may not cause you weakness, shortness of breath or any pain but when the vessels are narrowed by more than 70%, you will feel a lot of discomfort which has to be treated immediately.
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AIDS is one of the stages of HIV infection, which indicates the development of a variety of issues in the human body. To date, millions of people across the world have died due to this disease. Symptoms include pneumonia, formation of tumours and enlarged lymph nodes.
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Elephantiasis disease is popularly known as lymphedema. Patient becomes sick due to this disease and as a result, there is abnormal tissue growth, limbs swell to enormous size and you lose your previous form.
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A stomach ulcer is a chronic disease, prone to relapse. This disease is characterised by the formation of ulcers in the stomach mucosa. This is the most frequent lesion of the gastrointestinal tract. The causes may be genetic factors, especially the nervous system, intake of drugs and some bad dietary habits.
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