Radiation burns

Radiation burns result from damage to the skin due to radiation exposure. The types of radiation mostly encountered are heat, ultraviolet and ionizing. The commonest type of radiation burn is sunburn, caused by UV

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Hyaluronic Acid

Name derivation: The name of Hyaluronic acid (HA) is etymologically derived from the Greek word “hyalos”, meaning glass and “uronic acid”, because it was first isolated in the vitreous body of the eye, yielding a large amount of uronic

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Cardiovascular Disease

The impact of cardiovascular disease on the general population and on public health is significant. Cardiovascular events remain the leading cause of death aw well as the leading cause of morbidity and disability in the entire world, in both sexes

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Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a benign (non-malignant) increase of the prostate gland size. During puberty, prostate gland grows to its normal size, which is similar to the one of a chestnut. Cellular elements of the prostate gland are located around urethra, which

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Prostate Cancer

Cell growth is well-regulated in the normal prostate gland, as in most body organs. While aged cells die (apoptosis), new cells are created retaining the function of the old ones. In the setting of cancer, regulation is missing. Cells proliferate

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Androgenic Alopecia

The term “androgenic alopecia” includes progressive quantitative and qualitative changes of the scalp in the fronto-parietal region, as a result of degeneration and finally annihilation of the hair.Androgenic alopecia is the commonest cause of

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