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The opposite macrobiotic Referring to the macrobiota, a of macroorchidism is microorchidism. Macrophages are key play- macrobiotic diet A diet that incorporates ers in the immune response to foreign invaders of Ayurvedic principles of food combining, is based the body, such as infectious microorganisms. They mainly on brown rice and vegetables, and claims to are normally found in the liver, spleen, and connec- lengthen life. For exam- ple, a macroscopic tumor is big enough to see with- macrocephaly An abnormally large head. Macrocephaly can be a normal variant or be a sign macrosomia An overly large body. A child with of pressure within the growing head during child- macrosomia has significant overgrowth, which can hood, such as from hydrocephalus. For example, a macula on to flat skin spots on the skin as macules, as opposed the skin is a small flat spot. Also known as sim- logical disorder of cattle that results from infection ply macula. The most widely accepted theory is that the agent is a modified form of a nor- macular 1 Referring to a macule, a circum- mal cell surface component known as a prion. Also known as bovine spongi- causes partial or total loss of macular vision, caus- form encephalopathy. Although Magendie, foramen of See foramen of some forms of macular degeneration affect young Magendie. This happens because the newly formed blood vessels leak fluid under the magnesium deficiency See deficiency, macula. A per- be especially careful about their magnesium intake son who has any of these changes in vision should because they can accumulate dangerous levels of consult an ophthalmologist without delay. Maimonides’ Daily Prayer of a Physician See This is called macular or central vision. Macules Maintenance therapy may be given to patients who are completely flat and can only be appreciated by visual inspection and not by touch. For example, the teres major mus- of malaria, which is caused by the parasite cle is larger than the teres minor muscle. Falciparum malaria is associated with high levels of parasites in the blood major depression See depression, major. Red blood cells that major histocompatability complex A cluster are infected with the parasite tend to sludge and of genes on chromosome 6 that encode a class of lead to microinfarctions (tiny areas of dead tissue cell surface molecules that are important for anti- due to lack of oxygen) in capillaries in the brain, gen production and are critical in organ transplan- liver, adrenal gland, intestinal tract, kidneys, lungs, tation. For example, osteomalacia is softening of bone, usually due to deficiency of cal- male breast cancer See breast cancer, male. The testes produce and store sperm millions of people and is caused by protozoan par- and are also the body’s main source of male hor- asites from the Plasmodium family. These hormones control the development of can be transmitted by the sting of the Anopheles the reproductive organs and other male character- mosquito or by a contaminated needle or transfu- istics, such as body and facial hair, low voice, and sion. Other symptoms include male internal genitalia The internal genital vomiting, diarrhea, coughing, and yellowing of the structures of the male that are concerned with skin and eyes (jaundice). Treatment includes use of reproduction, including the testis, epididymis, duc- oral or intravenous medication, particularly chloro- tus deferens, seminal vesicle, ejaculatory duct, bul- quine, mefloquine (brand name: Larium), or ato- bourethral gland, and prostate. Anti-malarial drugs can be taken by those traveling male organs of reproduction The sum total of to endemic areas for prevention of malaria. Persons all the genital organs—internal and external—of carrying the sickle cell gene have some protection the male that are concerned with reproduction. Among the many names for malaria also male external genitalia; male internal genitalia. The angle of the male pubic malleus A tiny bone in the middle ear that is arch and the sacrum are narrower as well. One of the dangers of malrotation of malformation, arteriovenous A malformation the intestine is that the intestine may be obstructed of blood vessels in the brain, brainstem, or spinal by abnormal bands or twist on its own blood supply, cord that is characterized by a complex tangled web a condition called volvulus. Malrotation of the intes- of abnormal arteries and veins connected by one tine is usually not apparent until the intestine or more fistulas (abnormal communications). The outlook is good, malignancy A tumor that is malignant (cancer- even when the disease is quite widespread. The most com- with a device that compresses and flattens the mon site of malignant giant cell tumor is the knee. A mammogram can help a health profes- Diagnosis is made by examining a sample of the sional decide whether a lump in the breast is a affected area. A mammogram affected area, usually followed by chemotherapy or can cause pressure, discomfort, and some soreness radiation. If the mammogram result raises suspicions about cancer, malignant melanoma See melanoma. The American Cancer Society and the American College of malleability, brain See brain plasticity.

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Have on hand an adequate as peanut butter, granola bars, and trail supply of toilet paper and/or towelettes, mix; vitamin pills; special foods for soap, liquid detergent, feminine supplies, infants, elderly persons, or persons on personal hygiene items, plastic garbage special diets; and “comfort foods” such bags with ties for personal sanitation as cookies, hard candy, sweetened cere- uses, a plastic bucket with a tight lid, dis- als, lollipops, instant coffee, and tea. A first least one complete change of clothing aid kit should include sterile adhesive and footwear per person, preferably bandages in assorted sizes, four to six 2- items that are easy to clean. Depending inch sterile gauze pads, four to six 4-inch on your location, you may also need to sterile gauze pads, hypoallergenic adhe- include sturdy shoes or work boots, hats sive tape, three triangular bandages, and gloves, coats and/or rain gear, ther- three rolls of 2-inch sterile roller band- mal underwear, blankets or sleeping ages, three rolls of 3-inch sterile roller bags, and sunglasses. Remember family members and/or liquid), thermometer, two tongue with special needs, such as infants and depressors, a tube of petroleum jelly or elderly or disabled persons. For babies, other lubricant, assorted sizes of safety store an adequate supply of formula, dia- pins, cleansing agent and/or soap, a pers, bottles, powdered milk, and med- medicine dropper, two pairs of latex ications. Contact your local remember essentials such as heart and American Red Cross chapter to obtain a high blood pressure medication, insulin basic first aid manual. Over-the-counter eyeglasses, and games and books for drugs that you might need in an emer- entertainment. Ask a physician or phar- gency include aspirin or nonaspirin pain macist about how to store prescription relievers, antidiarrhea medication, medications. Keep these advised by the Poison Control Center), records in a waterproof, portable con- and laxatives. Keep the items you passports, Social Security cards, immu- would most likely need during an evacua- nization records, bank account numbers, tion in an easy-to-carry container, such as credit card account numbers and http://www. Single-gene diseases numbers, and family records (such as typically describe classic simple Mendelian patterns birth, marriage, and death certificates). All items should be stored in air-tight plastic bags, and the stored diseases, rickettsial See rickettsial diseases. For example, a couple may be discordant disease of the lymphoid cells and of cells from the for a sexually transmitted infection, with one part- reticuloendothelial system (lymph nodes and ner having it and the other not. A patient with lymphoproliferative disorder example, a discordant graft is a transplant between has proliferation and accumulation of lymphoid members of very different species. For a specific disease, see the spe- that give rise to the red blood cells, the granulocyte cific disease (such as Addison disease) under its (types of white blood cells), and the platelets alphabetical listing. The four major myeloproliferative disorders are poly- disease, metabolic See metabolic disease. Also, an artery is osteoarthritis of the knees, hips, and lower back; said to dissect when its wall is torn, as in a dissect- sleep apnea; and Pickwickian syndrome. Examples of polygenic conditions include some dissociation In psychology and psychiatry, a per- forms of coronary disease, hypertension, asthma, ceived detachment of the mind from the emotional and diabetes. Dissociation is charac- the simultaneous presence of several genes, they are terized by a sense of the world as a dreamlike or not inherited as simply as single-gene diseases. Multiple personality disorder is a ing achondroplasia, Huntington’s disease, cystic http://www. For diver- distal The more (or most) distant of two (or ticulitis to occur, there must be outpouchings of the more) things. Diverticulitis can be thigh bone is the end of that bone that is by the diagnosed with barium X-rays of the colon or with knee, most distant from the end that is near the hip. In severe diverticulitis, with high fever distal hereditary myopathy See muscular dys- and pain, patients are hospitalized and given intra- trophy, distal. Surgery is necessary for persist- ent bowel obstruction and for abscesses that do not diuresis Excretion of urine, typically in large vol- respond to antibiotics. All diuretics cause a person to “lose water,” but they do so by diverse means, diverticulosis The condition of having divertic- including inhibiting the kidney’s ability to reabsorb ula, small outpouchings from the large intestine sodium, thus enhancing the loss of sodium and con- (colon). Diverticulosis can occur anywhere in the sequently water in the urine (loop diuretic); enhanc- colon but is most typical in the sigmoid colon, the S- ing the excretion of both sodium and chloride in the shaped segment of the colon located in the lower- urine so that water is excreted with them (thiazide left part of the abdomen. The incidence of diuretic); or blocking the exchange of sodium for diverticulosis increases with age. As a person ages, potassium, resulting in excretion of sodium and the walls of the colon weaken, and this weakening potassium but relatively little loss of potassium permits the formation of diverticula. Diverticulosis sets by yet other mechanisms, and some have other the stage for inflammation and infection of the effects and uses, such as in treating hypertension. Substances in food and keeps the bowels moving, keeps the pressure in the drinks, such as coffee, tea, and alcoholic beverages, colon within normal limits, and slows or stops the may act as diuretics. Diverticula can occur Loop diuretics are very strong, and they should be throughout the colon but are most common near the used only under constant medical supervision. They end of the S-shaped segment of the colon located in can deplete the electrolyte balance, cause dehydra- the lower-left part of the abdomen (the sigmoid tion, reduce blood volume, and worsen certain colon). About 1 in every 50 people has a blocks the exchange of sodium (salt) and potas- Meckel diverticulum. Meckel diverticula are usually sium, encouraging the excretion of sodium and located about 2 feet before the junction of the small therefore of water, but generally allowing potassium bowel and the colon (the large intestine) in the to be retained. Meckel diverticula can become inflamed, ulcerate, and perforate (break diuretic, thiazide A diuretic that works by open or rupture), which can cause obstruction of encouraging excretion of both sodium (salt) and the small bowel. A patient may dizziness Painless head discomfort with many have a diurnal fever rather than a nocturnal one. Laypersons use it to energy expenditure, such as brain and muscle tis- describe a variety of conditions, ranging from light- sues. Doctor of Osteopathy, an osteopathic physi- the function of oxidative-phosphorylation enzymes in cian.

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Pulmonary cryptococcosis in solid organ transplant recipients: clinical relevance of serum cryptococcal antigen extra super cialis 100 mg with visa impotence vs sterile. Central nervous system lesions in liver transplant recipients: prospective assessment of indications for biopsy and implications for management 100 mg extra super cialis sale erectile dysfunction treatment success rate. Invasive pulmonary aspergillosis in solid organ and bone marrow transplant recipients purchase extra super cialis 100 mg fast delivery erectile dysfunction karachi. Pseudallescheria boydii brain abscess in a renal transplant recipient: first case report in Southeast Asia. Infections due to dematiaceous fungi in organ transplant recipients: case report and review. Rhinocerebral zygomycosis: an increasingly frequent challenge: update and favorable outcomes in two cases. 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The registry of the international society for heart and lung transplantation: fifteenth official report-1998. Reduced use of intensive care after liver transplantation: influence of early extubation. Miliary Tuberculosis in Critical Care 24 Helmut Albrecht Division of Infectious Diseases, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, U. While diagnostic and therapeutic issues remain, disease in most cases is not threatening enough to warrant admission to the critical care unit. The term miliary was first introduced by John Jacobus Manget in 1700, when he likened the multiple small white nodules scattered over the surface of the lungs of affected patients to millet seeds (Fig. Affected patients are typically predisposed by a weakened immune system, most notably defects in cellular immunity, resulting in the unchecked lymphohematogenous dissemination of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Autopsy- and hospital-based case series, however, generally suffer from selection and allocation bias. In all large case series, a significant percentage of patients have no demonstrable high-risk condition for dissemination. Due to the delayed development of the cellular immune system, children under the age of three years are at highest risk for progressive disease (6). Reports from the early 1970s indicated a progressive shift of the epidemiology to adult populations (8,9). The increasing uses of modern radiologic and invasive diagnostic methods have also contributed to the demographic shift.

However order 100 mg extra super cialis mastercard erectile dysfunction drugs sales, the majority of children awaiting liver transplantation due to biliary atresia are of a very young age and have not experienced dental caries cheap extra super cialis 100mg otc food that causes erectile dysfunction, though their teeth may have intrinsic green staining due to biliverdin deposition in the developing dental tissues 100 mg extra super cialis sale erectile dysfunction shake cure. This is a time when intensive oral hygiene instruction and preventive advice and therapy are of paramount importance in helping to minimize later potential oral problems. Prophylactic antibiotics will probably be required in patients with cardiac problems and depressed white blood cell counts. Any significant alterations in bleeding times and/or coagulation status must be checked. There are also certain drugs that should be avoided inpatients with end-stage liver or kidney disease. Azathioprine results in leucopenia, thrombocytopenia, and anaemia; hence, children in this immediate post-transplant phase may be even more prone to infections and haemorrhage than before. Cyclosporin (Neoral) and Tacrolimus are largely replacing azathioprine but these may cause severe kidney and liver changes leading to hypertension and bleeding problems. Full supportive dental care is required and children complain of nausea and may develop severe oral ulceration. Routine oral hygiene procedures can become difficult but the use of chlorhexidine as a mouthwash, spray, or on a disposable sponge, together with local anaesthetic preparations is helpful. Steroid therapy is discontinued in children with liver transplants after 3 months but may be continued for longer periods than this in those with other organ transplants. Antifungal prophylaxis is usually given in the first few months after transplantation to prevent oral candidal infections. Dental problems, apart from oral ulceration and those associated with immunosuppression and bleeding tendencies, include delayed eruption and exfoliation of primary teeth and ectopic eruption of permanent teeth. These are related to the gingival overgrowth associated with cyclosporin and nifedipine medication (Fig. Key Points Transplant immunosuppression: • leucopenia; • thrombocytopenia; • gingival enlargement. This combination of drugs is required to prevent rejection and to control his blood pressure. Oral care is extremely important in enhancing the quality of life by reducing the morbidity and mortality of oral conditions, and by allowing the child to eat without pain and so gain optimal nutrient intake. An increasing number of children with complex medical problems now survive due to improvements in medical care, and present difficulties in oral management. An accurate, detailed medical history must be obtained for all children before any dental treatment is undertaken. An aggressive preventive regimen is required for all children with significant medical problems; this must encompass dietary counselling, suitable fluoride therapy, fissure sealant applications, and oral hygiene instruction. Many of these malformations require prophylactic antibiotics prior to carrying out any invasive dental procedures. Children with anaemia, whether from iron deficiency or from such inherited conditions as sickle-cell anaemia or thalassaemia, represent general anaesthetic risks in particular. Leukaemia is the most common form of childhood cancer and the first disseminated cancer to respond completely to chemotherapy in a significant number of children. Dental management of affected children needs to consider their haematological status as well as their immunocompromised condition. Asthma is a leading cause of chronic illness in childhood; severe asthmatics may be on systemic steroid therapy, which has implications for dental care. Convulsions are common in children, occurring in approximately 5%, but many of these are associated with episodes of high fever in the child and not with epilepsy. Diabetes mellitus is the most common endocrine/metabolic disorder of childhood; if there is good control of blood sugar levels with insulin therapy and nutritional management, then diabetic complications are minimized and dental care should be routine. Organ transplantation in children is now being increasingly undertaken; there are many side effects of drug control of immunosuppression that affect treatment planning and oral care. The participation of the dental team in the overall management of children with medical problems can significantly help to enhance the quality of life; preventive care should be the cornerstone of dental management. However, for some children impairment is a permanent feature in their lives, although it may become a disability only if they are unable to take part in everyday activities, such as communicating with others, climbing stairs, and toothbrushing. There are a number of reasons why children with disabilities merit special consideration for dental care: 1. The oral health of some children with disabilities is different from that of their normal peers, for example, the greater prevalence of periodontal disease in people with Down syndrome and of toothwear in those with cerebral palsy. The prevention of dental disease in disabled children needs to be a higher priority than for so-called normal peers because dental disease, its sequelae, or its treatment, may be life-threatening, for example, the risk of infective endocarditis from oral organisms in children with congenital heart defects (Fig. Most of the studies which have been undertaken on disabled children have indicated that the majority can in fact be treated in a dental surgery in the normal way, together with the rest of their family. Key Points The need for special dental care arises because of: • differences in dental disease prevalence; • dental disease/treatment may be life-threatening; • the modifications required to treatment plans; • the need for special facilities; • treatment may be time-consuming. This normality is desirable, provided the disabled person actually receives good dental care. The evidence from many studies is that, although the overall caries experience is similar between disabled children and their so-called normal contemporaries, the type of treatment they have experienced is different: disabled children have similar levels of untreated decay, but more missing teeth and fewer restored teeth. A minority of children with complex disabilities need special facilities, usually only available in dental or general hospitals, or from specialized community dental clinics. What is needed by all patients with disabilities is a very aggressive approach to the prevention of dental disease.

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