Gynae & Paeds
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If the mother has no adequate control of diabetes mellitus during her pregnancy, it will lead to a set of complications in the newborn. A diabetic female should move toward her reproductive life with a very well-planned pregnancy. She should hold a good control on her diabetes before she conceive, otherwise the newborn will face…
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Endometriosis is a disorder in which endometrium (tissue that normally lines the inside of uterus) grows outside uterus. It is a very painful condition, most commonly involves ovaries, fallopian tubes, and the tissue lining the pelvis. The displaced endometrial tissue continues to act as normal endometrium i.e It thickens It breaks down And it bleeds…
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Mumps is an extremely contagious viral infection that primarily affects the salivary glands located near ears (parotid glands). Mumps can cause painful swelling of one or both of these glands. It mainly affects children. The mumps can lead to severe complications like inflammation of the testis, ovary, pancreas, and meninges. SYMPTOMS: The  symptoms usually occur…
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A fertilized egg can’t develop physiologically outside the uterus. The ectopic tissue must need removal, as they may lead to life-threating consequences. Treatment options are classified as; Expectant management Medication Surgery EXPECTANT MANAGEMENT; If the patient has mild symptoms and the pregnancy is very small, she may need only monitored closely, as there is a…

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Synonyms;  Ambras syndrome, HYPERTRICHOSIS A condition of excessive hair growth anywhere on the body. Both males and females are affected. It may be congenital (may be caused by reactivation of genes that cause hair growth. These genes ‘turn on’ by some unknown causes, while the baby is in the womb) It may be acquired (caused…
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Also known as mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome. “It is a disease in which blood vessels throughout the body becomes inflamed”. It is a rare disease occur in children below age of 5 years. Frequency is 124/100,000  but in japan it occurs as 124/100,000. Boys are affected more than girls. Pathogenesis Autoimmune response of T-cells into…

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