|Nappy rash, Oral thrush, Wind, Constipation, Crying, Colic, Teething.
|Back Pain, Low
|Pain in the lower back usually caused by muscle strain.
|Inflammation of the glans of the penis and sometimes the foreskin as well.
|Gradual, painless hair loss that occurs in a distinctive pattern as a person ages.
|Damage to the middle ear caused by pressure changes.
|Basal cell carcinoma
|is the commonest type of skin cancer.
|Involuntary urination during sleep that occurs more often than once a month in girls over 5 and in boys over 6 years of age.
|Before and after an operation
|Surgical procedures and operations have become so commonplace that it is easy to forget that even relatively minor operations can be a major event in a person's life.
|A paralysis or weakness on one side of the face.
|Bioterror Related Diseases
|it caused by microbes that have the potential to be used in acts of terrorism
|Abnormal tissue growth in the bladder in which cell multiplication is uncontrolled.
|Bladder Infection, Female
|Inflammation or infection of the urinary bladder.
|Bladder Infection, Male
|Inflammation or infection of the urinary bladder in men.
|Bladder or urethra injury
|Damage to the urinary bladder or the urethra.
|An infectious, fungus disease that starts in the lungs.
|Bleeding in pregnancy
|Vaginal bleeding in early pregnancy is a very common symptom.
|Inflammation of the eyelid edges.
|Life-threatening, system-wide infection of the bloodstream caused by the presence of a large number of toxin-producing bacteria due to an underlying illness.
|The infusion of blood or blood products directly into the bloodstream of a patient. Transfused blood may come from the patient (autologous) or a donor (homologous). This is usually performed in the event of severe blood loss from injury or surgery.
|Skin condition caused by the inflammation of hair follicles, causing pus and dead tissues to accumulate. Individual boils can cluster together to form a network of boils called carbuncles.
|a break in a bone usually caused by a fall.
|Borderline Personality Disorders
|instability in a variety of areas, including interpersonal behavior, mood, and self-image.
|Severe food poisoning caused by a bacterial toxin that may cause muscle weakness and paralysis.
|is the name given to cancer affecting either the colon or the rectum.
|a collection of pus caused by a bacterial infection in the brain.
|are diseases in which cancer cells begin to grow in the tissues of the brain. Tumors that start in the brain are called primary brain tumors. Tumors can occur in other parts of the body and spread to the brain (metastases).
|An infected area of breast tissue that becomes filled with pus when the body fights the infection.
|Breast and bottle feeding
|For both mother and baby, breast-feeding has many advantages over bottle.
|Does a breast lump necessarily mean cancer is present?
|A malignant growth of breast tissue.
|A lung disease in which the bronchial tubes become chronically blocked and accumulate thick secretions.
|Inflammation of the bronchioles, the smallest branches of the respiratory tree.
|Inflammation of the air passages of the lungs.
|Chronic inflammation and degeneration of the bronchial tubes, with or without active infection.
|a rare, bacterial infection transmitted to humans from infected cows, pigs, sheep or goats.
|Blockage of small and medium arteries usually in the legs and feet from inflammation of blood vessels.
|A psychological eating disorder characterized by abnormal perception of body image, constant craving for food and binge eating, followed by self-induced vomiting or laxative use.
|A bony protrusion from the outside edge of the joint at the base of the big toe.
|Injury to the skin, and sometimes other organs, from contact with heat, radiation, electricity or chemicals.
|Inflammation of bursa, a soft fluid-filled sac that serves as a cushion between tendons and bones.