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Khojaly Genocide ?>

Khojaly Genocide

Khojaly Genocide At night from February 25 to 26 the Armenian armed forces occupied the town of Khojaly. The occupation was carried out with active support of several units of the Russian Army’s 366th regiment. Occupation of Khojaly was followed with unprecedented brutalities against the civilian population. In a few hours the aggressors killed 613 innocent and unarmed people. Among them were 106 women, 83 children. 56 people were killed with special brutality. 8 families were totally exterminated. 25 children…

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Enlarged Adenoids – Adenoidal Hypertrophy ?>

Enlarged Adenoids – Adenoidal Hypertrophy

Enlarged Adenoids – Adenoidal Hypertrophy Adenoidal hypertrophy refers to the increased size of the adenoids. These are the two infection-fighting organs at the back of the nose and above the tonsils. What is going on in the body? The adenoids, along with the tonsils, help prevent agents such as bacteria and viruses from entering the body. The adenoids are made up of a group of blood cells that create antibodies. Antibodies are proteins that neutralize foreign substances in the body….

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LD – Learning Disability ?>

LD – Learning Disability

LD – Learning Disability When a person has a learning disability, he or she is unable to obtain or express knowledge appropriately. Learning disabilities may also involve mental processes used in understanding or using written or spoken language. What is going on in the body?

Acquired Aplastic Anaemia ?>

Acquired Aplastic Anaemia

Acquired Aplastic Anaemia Background Acquired Aplastic Anaemia: aAA; Acquired Aplastic Anemia (US) Acquired Aplastic Anaemia (aAA) affects around 2 in 1,000,000 children every year. Affected children develop low blood counts due to failure of production by the bone marrow. What are the causes? Although aAA can be triggered by viral infections, drugs or exposure to toxic substances in most cases there is no evidence of a specific cause. The disorder may be due either to a defect in early blood…

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URI – Upper Respiratory Infection ?>

URI – Upper Respiratory Infection

URI – Upper Respiratory Infection The upper part of the respiratory system includes the ears, nose, sinuses, mouth, and throat. It also includes the main bronchi or windpipes, which are the air-carrying tubes in the chest. The upper respiratory system is the most commonly infected area in the body. What is going on in the body?

Upper Respiratory Infection ?>

Upper Respiratory Infection

Upper Respiratory Infection The upper part of the respiratory system includes the ears, nose, sinuses, mouth, and throat. It also includes the main bronchi or windpipes, which are the air-carrying tubes in the chest. The upper respiratory system is the most commonly infected area in the body. What is going on in the body?

Infectious Myringitis ?>

Infectious Myringitis

Infectious Myringitis Infectious myringitis is an infection of the eardrum. The eardrum is a thin membrane that separates the outer ear from the inner ear. What is going on in the body? Infectious myringitis is an infection of the eardrum that usually follows a bacterial or viral ear infection. Vesicles, or small fluid-filled lesions, develop on the eardrum. The infection interferes with the normal function of the eardrum. What are the causes and risks of the disease?

Elective Mutism – Selective Mutism ?>

Elective Mutism – Selective Mutism

Elective Mutism – Selective Mutism Selective mutism is a condition in which a person who is usually fluent in speech won’t speak in specific situations. Selective mutism primarily affects children. What is going on in the body?

Earache – Ear Pain ?>

Earache – Ear Pain

Earache – Ear Pain Ear pain is any pain that occurs in any part of the inner, middle, or outer ear. This pain can be by itself or associated with other symptoms. What is going on in the body? Ear pain can range from mild discomfort or a feeling of fullness to severe, intense pain. Often ear pain results from conditions of the outer or middle ear. Ear pain usually results from conditions that may be caused by infection, trauma,…

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