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Diseases related to circulatory system

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How to check for problems in veins and circulatory system?

So I want to check the veins in my legs to see if my circulatory system is okay. When I stand the veins in my feet feel like they re going to pop and the pain is crucial. What test is more effective ...
 

Are neurological symptoms caused by multiple autoimmune diseases and CLL?

it s possibly another autoimmune disease in itself? 3) Could it be a circulatory system malfunction? 4) Any ...Experiencing multiple autoimmune diseases; neurological symptoms are overwhelming. I am currently ...
 

Have bacterial meningitis, toenails turned black. Is this a circulatory issue?

A friend of mine has Bacterial Meningitis . She is not awake and her toenails turned black. Is this a circulatory issue? What are the next signs the disease is progressing versus getting better? ...
 

History of graves disease. Started pain while swallowing and constipation. Is it nerve damage or thyroid related?

. Is it nerve damage , circulatory issues, or thyroid related? Im sick of seeing specialists and getting ...
 

How to evaluate risk of pulmonary disease?

and circulatory system. I am 6' and 190. I had a complete cardiac workup last year including ekg, nuclear stress ...
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What problems can occur in the circulatory system ?

What problems can occur in the circulatory system ? ...
 

What is the main organ of blood vesselin the circulatory system?

what is the main organ of blood vesselin the circulatory system? i need to know what is themain organ of a circulatory system ...
 

What are the three main types of vessels in the circulatory system ?

What are the THREE MAIN TYPES OF VESSELS in the CIRCULATORY SYSTEM? wHAT ARE THEIR STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS? What are the THREE MAIN TYPES OF VESSELS in the CIRCULATORY SYSTEM? wHAT ARE THEIR STRUCTURES ...
 

Occasional tingling in right foot, arthritis in knee. Family history of circulatory issues. Treatment?

. But both parents have had circulatory issues and heart disease as well as diabetes, so I m careful with my diet. The tingle in my foot is new and wonder if it could be related to my arthritis. ...
 

What organ system does it belong to ?

Son doing a school project on the human heart .....what organ system does it belong to? Confused many different answers.I have cardiovascular system and also circulatory system which one ...
 

Bruises on knee, red and swollen. Is it related to respiratory system somehow?

, how can this scenario relate to respiratory system? i do not get the point ...
 

Is sebaceous cyst related to PCOD and endometriosis ?

ovarian disease. About 4 years afterwards, I noticed something growing on my right cheek. When I went ... (benign), and adhesions but none moved past my reproductive system (that I know of) until the one on my ...
 

Is the disease syringoma related to gilberts syndrome?

sir,is the disease syringoma related to gilberts syndrome? ...
 

Is there any relation between autoimmune disease and HIV ?

hi if someone has a autoimmune diseases/disorders like lupus or any kind of autoimmune disorders would it have a reactions in an hiv rapid test I mean I am suspecting that I have an autoimmune disease ...
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what are the systems if any for having hep c or a and b
These are diseases spread by blood related or sexual transmission. Unless you are more specific about your query, it is hard to comment.
 
What disease related to green stool?
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colchicine as a treatment for gout
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