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BisalbuminemiaEdit

Bisalbuminemia (Q4917184) health specialty (P1995)
clinical chemistry
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Bisalbuminemia
Bisalbuminemia

PneumoniaEdit

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Pneumonia
Other namespneumonitis, bronchopneumonia[1]
A black and white X-ray picture showing a triangular white area on the left side. A circle highlights the area.
A chest X-ray showing a very prominent wedge-shape area of airspace consolidation in the right lung characteristic of bacterial pneumonia.
Pronunciation
SpecialtySomething-with-ref[2]
Symptomscough, difficulty breathing, rapid breathing, fever
Durationfew weeks
Causesbacteria, virus, aspiration
Differential diagnosisCOPD, asthma, pulmonary edema, pulmonary embolism
Medicationantibiotics, steroids, antivirals
Frequency450 million (7%) per year
Deaths4 million per year
Pneumonia
Other namespneumonitis, bronchopneumonia[1]
A black and white X-ray picture showing a triangular white area on the left side. A circle highlights the area.
A chest X-ray showing a very prominent wedge-shape area of airspace consolidation in the right lung characteristic of bacterial pneumonia.
Pronunciation
SpecialtySomething-with-ref[2]
Symptomscough, difficulty breathing, rapid breathing, fever
Durationfew weeks
Causesbacteria, virus, aspiration
Differential diagnosisCOPD, asthma, pulmonary edema, pulmonary embolism
Medicationantibiotics, steroids, antivirals
Frequency450 million (7%) per year
Deaths4 million per year

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Facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy
Other namesLandouzy–Dejerine muscular dystrophy, FSHMD, FSH
Timelapse of DUX4 being expressed in FSHD Muscle Cells[3]
SpecialtyNeurology
SymptomsFacial weakness, scapular winging, foot drop
Usual onsetAdolescence
DurationLong term
TypesFSHD1, FSHD2
CausesGenetic (inherited or new mutation)
Diagnostic methodGenetic testing
Differential diagnosisLimb-girdle muscular dystrophy (especially LGMD2A), Pompe disease, Mitochondrial myopathy, Polymyositis
ManagementPhysical therapy, bracing, orthopedic surgery
Frequency1 in 8333 to 1 in 15000
Facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy
Other namesLandouzy–Dejerine muscular dystrophy, FSHMD, FSH
Timelapse of DUX4 being expressed in FSHD Muscle Cells[3]
SpecialtyNeurology
SymptomsFacial weakness, scapular winging, foot drop
Usual onsetAdolescence
DurationLong term
TypesFSHD1, FSHD2
CausesGenetic (inherited or new mutation)
Diagnostic methodGenetic testing
Differential diagnosisLimb-girdle muscular dystrophy (especially LGMD2A), Pompe disease, Mitochondrial myopathy, Polymyositis
ManagementPhysical therapy, bracing, orthopedic surgery
Frequency1 in 8333 to 1 in 15000
  1. ^ "Other Names for Pneumonia". NHLBI. March 1, 2011. Retrieved 2 March 2016.
  2. ^ "Something". AAA. March 1, 2011. Retrieved 2 March 2016.
  3. ^ Rickard, Amanda; Petek, Lisa; Miller, Daniel (August 5, 2015). "Endogenous DUX4 expression in FSHD myotubes is sufficient to cause cell death and disrupts RNA splicing and cell migration pathways". Hum. Mol. Genet. 24 (20): 5901–14. doi:10.1093/hmg/ddv315. PMC 4581613. PMID 26246499. Retrieved September 10, 2015.