Roseola Infantum

(Exanthema subitum pseudo rubella; Dreitagefieber) Roseola infantum is an infection in infants or very young children, which is caused by the human herpes virus 6B (HHV-6B), more rarely caused HHV-7th This infection causes high fever and rubella similar rash that occurs during or after afebrile but local symptoms or complaints are missing. The diagnosis is made clinically, treatment is symptomatic. Roseola infantum is the best described HHV-6 related disease. HHV-6B…

September 3, 2018
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The Anatomy of the Abdomen – Human Stomach

October 24, 2016

The stomach is the primary intra-abdominal part of the gastro terminal (GI) or the digestive tract. It is a muscular and high vascular bag-shaped organ that is distensible and may take varying shapes, based on the build and posture of the person and the state of fullness of the organ. The stomach lies in the upper left quadrant of the abdomen. The stomach is the most dilated part of the…

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