Rheumatic Fever Pathophysiology
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- People who need the homoeopathic camphor are intensely cold and react in a very specific way to coldness. The body is cold and blue, the face and lips are pale or blue, the face looks hippocratic (as if the person is about to die). Even the tongue and the...
Remedies >> Remedies C
- Aconitum napellus
- Aconite is a remedy for healthy and energetic persons who become acutely ill after exposure to intense coldness exposure to cold, dry wind sometimes exposure to intense heat draughts of cold air on a sweaty skin nervous shocks, fright or fear the shock of...
Remedies >> Remedies A
- Colchicum autumnale
- This beautiful but very poisonous plant grows in moisty meadow-lands and woods; it will disappear when the ground is too dry. In ancient Greek medicine this plant was known as 'the soul of the joints' because it cured the acute pains of rheumatism and gout....
Remedies >> Remedies C
- The healing heat of Ginger
- My first amazing experience with the healing power of Ginger was during a fasting week I assisted as a student. A bit nervous I applied slices of fresh cut Ginger on the lower back area of my teacher-naturopath, since she was suffering from back-ache since...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary G
- Have a Cuppa? [About Herbal Teas]
- Through the ages, long before modern doctors prescribed a wonder drug to help us with almost every ailment, it was the witches, shamans and priests before them, that brewed up the various drinks, ointments and poultices that have kept the human race...
Earth Mysteries >> Herbalism
- Baptisia tinctoria (Wild Indigo)
- The source for this remedy is the wild indigo plant. The Northern American Indians discovered the anti-bacterial properties of this herb and they used it for paint. Baptisia is an acute remedy for cases of quickly arising infections and inflammations, leading...
Remedies >> Remedies B
- Healing With Color Magick
- In healing colors act as balancers: we administer the color(s) someone needs more of, or we give the opposite of the color someone has too much of. Why should the body need color suppletion? Healthy people are in tune with their ground-tune, what means that...
Symbology >> Colorology
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- Pathophysiology of Rheumatic Fever - Circulation
- Pathophysiology of Rheumatic Fever. Alterations in the Na24 Space andin the Exchangeable Sodium and Potassium Contents. By JERRY K.
- Rheumatic Fever and Rheumatic Heart Disease - World Health
- Determinants of the disease burden of rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease. 7. References.
- Rheumatic fever - Orphanet
- Rheumatic fever (RF) is a multisystem inflammatory disease, which occurs as a delayed sequel to group .... pathogenesis of RF and rheumatic heart is not.
- The worldwide epidemiology of acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic
- Abstract: Acute rheumatic fever (ARF) and rheumatic heart disease (RHD) ... pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment for ARF and RHD, and an updated estimate.
- Rheumatic heart disease - UCT Digital Pathology
- University of Cape Town. Pathology: Acute rheumatic endocarditis. • This heart lesion was an autopsy finding in a girl of.
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- Lifespan in mice increased by clearing out senescent cells
- Using mice, researchers have shown that clearing out senescent cells - cells whose ability to divide is permanently switched off and that accumulate with age - can increase lifespan without negative side effects.
- Broken sleep raises risk of stroke
- Elderly people who sleep poorly and awaken frequently are more likely to have hardened blood vessels or oxygen-starved tissue in the brain, according to a report published in the journal Stroke.
- Rest after concussion to avoid 'sustained brain damage'
- The first-of-its-kind study, published in the American Journal of Pathology, investigated the impact of repeated but extremely mild head trauma; the type of injury that might be picked up playing sports, in the military or during domestic abuse.
- 'Infectious Madness,' by Harriet A. Washington
- They found that these children tended to have an antigen — a molecule that causes the body to make immune responses to it — making them vulnerable to rheumatic fever.
Suggested Web Resources
- Rheumatic Fever: Background, Pathophysiology, Epidemiology
- Oct 8, 2015 Acute rheumatic fever (ARF) is an autoimmune inflammatory process that develops as a sequela of streptococcal infection. ARF has extremely ...
- Pathology of Rheumatic Heart Disease: Overview, Etiology and
- Oct 15, 2015 Rheumatic heart disease is cardiac inflammation and scarring triggered by an autoimmune reaction to infection with group A streptococci. In the ...
- Acute Rheumatic Fever: Background, Pathophysiology, Etiology
- Apr 20, 2015 Acute rheumatic fever (ARF) is a sequela of streptococcal infection—typically following two to three weeks after group A streptococcal ...
- Rheumatic fever - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Pathophysiology. Rheumatic fever is a systemic disease affecting the peri- arteriolar connective tissue and can occur after ...
- rheumatic fever | pathology | Britannica.com
- Rheumatic fever, inflammatory disease of the heart, joints, central nervous system, and subcutaneous tissues that develops after a throat infection with group A ...
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