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  • First Aid in General Practice

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    First Aid in General Practice covers severe bleeding, seizures etc. Understand simple First Aid in General Practice and complex First Aid in General Practice
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  • First Seizure

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    Children and adults who have had a suspected first seizure should be referred urgently (within 14 days) to an epilepsy specialist (children do not routinely...
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  • Fitz-Hugh Curtis Syndrome

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    Fitz-Hugh Curtis Syndrome consists of upper quadrant pain. Know more about FHC and diagnose Fitz-Hugh Curtis Syndrome at patient.info
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  • Flashes, Floaters and Haloes

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    This article covers all different Floaters, Flashes and Haloes. Discussing the Floaters, Flashes and Haloes that are common and rare Floaters, Flashes and Haloes
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  • Pes Planus Flat Feet

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    Pes planus (PP)is also known as planovalgus foot. Pes planus (PP) is the loss of the medial longitudinal arch of the foot. About Pes planus (PP).
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  • Flatulence and Wind

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    Flatulence and wind are symptoms related to gas in the gastrointestinal (GI) system. 'Flatulence' usually refers to gas passed per rectum. 'Wind' as a ...
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  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes

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    The Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS) are a rare inherited condition with disruption of the integrity of structural proteins in skin, ligaments, cartilage and blood...
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  • Ehrlichiosis

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    Ehrlichiosis is a tick-borne infection of mononuclear cells and granulocytes that affects various mammals, including mice, cattle, dogs, deer, horses,...
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  • Eisenmenger's Syndrome

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    Eisenmenger's syndrome- obstructive pulmonary vascular disease. Dedicated Eisenmenger's Syndrome page at patient.info
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  • Restless Legs Syndrome

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    Synonym: Ekbom's syndrome The term restless legs syndrome (RLS) was first used in the mid-1940s by Swedish neurologist Karl Ekbom to describe a disorder...
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