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(CTEPH) Chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension
10 Top Celebrities and they chronic illness they face:
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21 Habits of happy People
25 Things you can do for someone with an serious Illness!
5 Ways to Accept Chronic Illness in Your Life
Acute Kidney Failure!
Adrenal: Fatigue: Is It Real?
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Alzheimer's disease:
Amniotic Fluid Embolism
Anticoagulant Site
Anticoagulants in Children
Antiphospholipid syndrome:
Anywhere but here:
Appendicitis:
Blood clots:
Blood test: for APS
BRAIN CLOTS
Branch retinal artery occlusion secondary to antiphospholipid syndrome.
Canadian Health Care
Catastrophic Antiphospholipid Syndrome (CAPS)
Change Your Beliefs, Take back control of you're life!
Changing Core Beliefs, Emotional Reactions and Behaviours
Chronic Illness & Dwindling Friendships:
Chronic Pain
Cognitive deficits:
Comassion
Coping with physical illness
Crohn's Disease
Crohn's Disease:
dabigatran, rivaroxaban, apixaban
depression
Diabetes:
Diabetes?
DNA is ‘Edited’ to Correct Genetic Diseases
Do blood Labs ever get your results wrong???
Doctor Visit Check list:
Emergency Room TRAUMA
Encouragement through words!
Endoscopy:
Hashimoto's disease:
Heart Attack:
Heart Attack: Living with APS the most important thing is knowing and understanding the Symptoms of
Heart Valve Repair or Replacement Surgery
High-Speed Photography Provides Direct Evidence of How Microbubbles Dissolve Killer Blood Clots:
How do you Define Yourself?
How does Methotrexate work? What will it do for me?
How Dreams Become Goals
How Is a Stroke Treated?
How is pancreatic cancer diagnosed?
How to Be Optimistic
How to CARE about others!
How to deal with people who suffer with Chronic Pain!
How to Manage Chronic Illness
How to Overcome Suffering:
I CARE!
IMPORTANT WARNING: For Warfarin Usurers
in·formed (n-fôrmd)
Inferior Vena Cava Filter Placement and Removal
Injectable Anticoagulants
INR? CAPS? Lupus verse Lupus Anticoagulants? Find your answers out here:
Intestinal ischemia:
Intestinal ischemic syndromes?
IVC Filters
Limited scleroderma (CREST syndrome)
Livedo reticularis:
London Health Science Centres
Long-Term Impact of TIA:
LUPUS SLE
Lupus:
LUPUS: What is it!
Make a Place for Your Illness and Put It in Its Place
Mayo Clinic
Migraine
Migraine:
New Evidence Shows How Chronic Stress Predisposes Brain to Mental Disorders:
New Research Opens Door to Treatment for Preeclampsia
Osteoporosis
Pediatric Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome
Personal stories
Preeclampsia:
PULMONARY EMBOLISM
Raynaud's Disease
Researchers Create Synthetic Version of Heparin
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS
Rosacea:
Sarcoidosis: Definition, symptoms, causes and treatments
Simple Urine Test Uses Nanotechnology to Detect Dangerous Blood Clotting:
Sjögren Syndrome
Stretching
Study Pinpoints Protective Mutations for Type 2 Diabetes
Suffering
The Facts on Aneurysm:
The Facts on Osteoporosis:
The Five Stages of Grief:
The lung in the antiphospholipid syndrome
The promise of a new day
Thrombocytopenia:
Thromboendarterectomy as Treatment in the Antiphospholipid Syndrome:
TIA What is it?
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Untreated DVT
Warfarin Interactions 2013
Warfarin-induced skin necrosis
What do you say to someone when you learn they have an Illness?
What is Antiphospholipid Syndrome?
What Is High Blood Pressure?
What to do with Excessive Blood clotting!
What you eat this festive season is as import as what you don't!
Why are so many cancer patients needlessly dying from blood clots?
Why you should never stop taking your blood thinners!
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Sarcoidosis: Definition, symptoms, causes and treatments

Sarcoidosis: Definition, symptoms, causes and treatments

Sarcoidosis: Definition, symptoms, causes and treatments

Definition:

Sarcoidosis is the growth of tiny collections of inflammatory cells in different parts of your body — most commonly the lungs, lymph nodes, eyes and skin.

Doctors believe sarcoidosis results from the body's immune system responding to an unknown substance, most likely something inhaled from the air. There is no cure for sarcoidosis, but most people do very well with modest treatment. Sarcoidosis often goes away on its own. Alternatively, signs and symptoms of sarcoidosis may last for years and sometimes lead to organ damage.