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[[Image:Medical Conditions Cardiac.jpg|thumb|right|A 1969 photo of a patient suffering from heart problems in Saigon ]]
  
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Topics dealing with medical conditions and ailments such as arthritis, cancer and epilepsy
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== Subcategories ==
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*'''[[:Category:Arthritis|Arthritis]]''' - a joint disorder that involves the inflammation of one or more joints
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*'''[[:Category:Cancer|Cancer]]''' - medically known as a malignant neoplasm, a large group of diseases in which cells exhibit uncontrolled growth and impinge on other biological tissues or functions
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*'''[[:Category:Diabetes|Diabetes]]''' - also known as diabetes mellitus, a group of metabolic diseases in which an individual has high blood sugar due to problems with insulin
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*'''[[:Category:Diseases|Diseases]]''' - an abnormal condition affecting an organism, or a medical condition exhibiting certain symptoms
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*'''[[:Category:Tissue damage|Tissue damage]]''' - or soft tissue damage (STI), any damage to a tissue, usually the result of sprain, strain, or overuse of a particular body part
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Revision as of 09:58, 29 July 2014

A 1969 photo of a patient suffering from heart problems in Saigon

Topics dealing with medical conditions and ailments such as arthritis, cancer and epilepsy

Subcategories

  • Arthritis - a joint disorder that involves the inflammation of one or more joints
  • Cancer - medically known as a malignant neoplasm, a large group of diseases in which cells exhibit uncontrolled growth and impinge on other biological tissues or functions
  • Diabetes - also known as diabetes mellitus, a group of metabolic diseases in which an individual has high blood sugar due to problems with insulin
  • Diseases - an abnormal condition affecting an organism, or a medical condition exhibiting certain symptoms
  • Tissue damage - or soft tissue damage (STI), any damage to a tissue, usually the result of sprain, strain, or overuse of a particular body part

Subcategories

This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.

Media in category "Medical conditions"

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