Severe itching on legs (& body) while walking / exercise

It’s enough man! it hurts! itching like hell on the skin not only on legs but on back, belly and so on! damn! it drives crazy! !!!!! Read all of it! it’s worth it! Itchy legs when running after days break OK first of all let’s categorize the itching condition depending upon the cause and … Continue reading Severe itching on legs (& body) while walking / exercise

What to eat if you need more blood

Today a friend of mine asked randomly on messenger that: what to eat if you need more blood? So the instant reply was: drink, blood Na! anyway . . . jokes apart, so what to eat in case you need more blood (inside body only). How to increase red blood cells count   Well you … Continue reading What to eat if you need more blood

Depression and it’s types

Depression is a psychiatric syndrome consisting of dejectd mood, psychomotor retardation, insomnia and weight loss, sometimes associated with guild feelings and somatic preoccupations, often of delusional proportions. Depression is an alteration of mood characterized by sadness, worry, anxiety and loss of weight, libido and enthusiasm as well. There are several typs of depression such as: … Continue reading Depression and it’s types

Urinary Tract Infection – Classification

UTI is urinary tract infection simply. It’s a common condition but can be irritating or even a sign of some dangerous disease sometimes. Types of urinary tract infection UTI (urinary tract infections) are mainly divided into two types: upper urinary tract infection lower urinary tract infection UTI symptoms Lower urinary tract infection symptoms Lower urinary … Continue reading Urinary Tract Infection – Classification

What are the Causes of Otalgia / earache

Earache is a common complain and can be due to trauma to the ear or surrounding tissue, or due to some other reason like infections. Primary vs Referred Otalgia Primary otalgia is when the pain originates inside the ear. If the pain originates from outside the ear it’s called referred otalgia. Causes of Earache / … Continue reading What are the Causes of Otalgia / earache

Classification of Anti-Depressant Drugs

Anti depressants are classified in the following categories ( with example drugs ) A – Tricyclics Neutral: Imipramine, Dothiepin Sedative: Amitriptyline, Trimipramine, Doxepin Stimulant: Desipramine, Nortriptyline, Protriptyline, Mianserin B – heterocyclics Amoxapine, Maprotiline, Trazodone, Bupropion, Venlafaxine C – Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors Hydrazide derivatives: Phenelzine, Isocarboxazid Non-hydrazide derivatives: Tranylcypromine, Moclobemide D – Sympathomimetic Stimulants Dextroamphetamine, Methylamphetamine, … Continue reading Classification of Anti-Depressant Drugs

Clinical Classification of Seizures

Seizures, also known as epilepsy, can have multiple types and thus different signs and symptoms depending upon the type of seizure. Types of seizures Clinically seizures can be classified as follows: A. Generalized epilepsy Major generalized seizures: grand mal epilepsy Minor generalized seizures: petit mal epilepsy, myoclonic seizures B. Partial epilepsy Simple partial seizures: temporal … Continue reading Clinical Classification of Seizures

Parkinsonism – Clinical features

Parkinson’s disease is a neuro degenerative disorder of the central nervous system. The disease affects motor skills, speech and other CNS functions of the patient. The early signs and symptoms of Parkinsons disease might go unnoticed. They might begin on one side of the body and remain worse on the same side even when the … Continue reading Parkinsonism – Clinical features

What are the common causes of tremors

What is Tremor? Tremor is an involuntary muscle contraction and relaxation. It’s somewhat rhythmic and involves twitching or oscillating movements of one or more parts of the body. Tremors can affect various parts of the body including hands, arms, head, face, eyes, vocal folds, legs or trunk. Sometimes, tremors are a sign of any underlying … Continue reading What are the common causes of tremors

Major Clinical features of polyneuropathies – Peripheral neuropathy

This informative article will try to point out that what are the major clinical features of poly neuropathies. Symmetrical distal weakness and wasting symmetrical distal sensory impairment loss of tendon reflexes generalized loss in demyelinating neuropathies distal loss in axonal(dying back) neuropathies Tremor of outstretched fingers in chronic neuropathies Pes cavus in early-onset, familial neuropathies … Continue reading Major Clinical features of polyneuropathies – Peripheral neuropathy