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Everything You Need To Know About Coarctation Of Aorta

Previously in Part 1 of clinical anatomy of thoracic cage, I talked about the anatomical structures of a rib, its topographic relation and clinical significance. Today, I’ll continue to cover up other common surgical abnormalities of the thoracic region. Coarctation of the Aorta This is a congenital heart defect characterized by the constriction of aorta located at the thoracic aorta, distal…

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Abdominal discomfort after dairy consumption? Here’s why..

Since you’re now reading this, chances are you probably have experienced inexplicably vague abdominal discomfort that is accompanied by belching, flatulence, nausea or even diarrhea after consuming dairy products. Have you wondered what is the cause behind this phenomenon? Today I’ll explain to you. This condition is called lactose intolerance, meaning the inability to tolerate…well..lactose.. Essentially, lactose is an complex form…

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The food you must avoid if you have peptic ulcer disease

Good morning everybody, Today I’m going to tell you guys about the types of food best to avoid if you have the history of gastritis or peptic ulcer. While many studies have known the link between Helicobacter pylori infection and peptic ulcer disease, the food that you take is just as important to alleviate or at least to not exacerbate the…

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Clinical anatomy of the thoracic cage Part 1

Hello there people, today I am going to share about the anatomy of the human ribs of its clinical significance which I think will be beneficial to those who aspire to be a surgeon or just anyone who’s curious about our body structures and the way they articulate with one another in a perfectly synergistic manner. So what you’re looking…

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