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PCR for Diagnosis of Tuberculosis

PCR for Diagnosis of Tuberculosis

Symptoms & Treatment
PCR for Diagnosis of Tuberculosis As we know, Tuberculosis is a highly infectious and contagious bacterial disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. It spread from one person to another through tiny droplets which are released by an infected person into the air via a cough, spit, talk or sneezes and even small numbers of bacteria are enough to cause tuberculosis when inhaled. Tuberculosis affects the lungs but can also affect other parts of the body.  Pulmonary tuberculosis  Tuberculosis Peritonitis  Tuberculosis Pericarditis  Renal tuberculosis  Tuberculosis meningitis  Ocular infections  Lymphadenitis  Genital tuberculosis  Skeletal tuberculosis General sign and symptoms of TB are chronic coughs, fever, weight loss, fatigue, loss of appetite and night swe
What is Stroke? | Symptoms, Types, Treatment

What is Stroke? | Symptoms, Types, Treatment

Symptoms & Treatment
Types of Stroke and their Diagnosis A stroke occurs when the flow of blood gets cut off to a part of your brain. It means that the brain cannot receive oxygen and without that, the brain cells can get damaged within minutes. That is why it’s important for you to reach the hospital if you think you are having a stroke.                 Symptoms of stroke can be different for different people. You can check symptoms of stroke by many methods. If one side of the face sags on smiling or if you raise both arms and see one arm dropping, or if you sound strange/slurred, you may be having a stroke. If you experience any such signs then visit the hospital right away and also note what time the symptoms started. Once you reach
What is Asthma? | Causes, Symptoms, Attack, Treatments

What is Asthma? | Causes, Symptoms, Attack, Treatments

Symptoms & Treatment
Asthma: Causes, Symptoms, Attack and Treatments Asthma is one of the diseases that affect the passage of breathing in the airways of the lungs (bronchioles). It can be caused due to long-term swelling of these passages which make the breathing tubes highly sensitive to a variety of “triggers”. When these swellings occur the airway are filled with mucus. Muscles which are present in the breathing passage when starts to contract causing the narrowing of the breathing passage which makes it difficult for the air to be exhaled from the lungs. This conflict of exhaling causes the symptoms of an asthma attack. Asthma is also known as obstructive lung disease. Medical terms for such lung diseases is often known as COPD (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), which actually belongs to a g