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Angina, also known as ischemic chest pain, is a result of a deficient flow of blood to the heart. It can be a symptom of coronary artery disease. Patients describe this pain as recurrent or sudden squeezing, pressure, heaviness and tightness in the chest. A primary cause could be fatty substances building up in the arteries supplying blood to the heart. Cure/medication for Angina A healthy fusion of behavior Read More
- Deafness-functional heart disease
Deafness functional heart disease can impair the cardiovascular health of the patient and affect both the peripheral and central auditory systems, mostly common among older people. Heart is responsible for pumping blood and bringing oxygen to the whole body. The heart disease results in poor circulation and may reduce sufficient oxygen from reaching the brain. This can cause the nerve cells to be destroyed or damaged which causes permanent hea Read More
- Eisenmenger complex
Eisenmenger syndrome affects some people who have structural heart defects from birth, more specifically, a ventricular septal defect (VSD) or another shunt. A VSD is a hole in the heart that connects the left and right ventricles. It interferes with the flow of blood from the heart to the lungs, which results in abnormal blood circulation. People with this condition are born with a hole between the two pumping chambers of their hearts. Read More
- Fibrin stabilizing factor deficiency
Fibrin stabilizing factor deficiency is a rare condition that can be caused by a number of different factors. The most common one is genetic, but environmental factors like smoking can also contribute to the development of the condition.There are some risk factors for developing fibrin stabilizing factor deficiency, including:Genetic factors: If you have a family history of FSF deficiency and/or a close relative Read More
- Fiedler disease
Fiedler disease is a rare genetic disorder that causes the immune system to attack healthy skin cells. The disease is most common in people of European descent, but it can be found in people of all races and ethnicities.The risk factors for Fiedler disease are not well understood, but researchers believe that there may be some things that make you more likely to develop the disease. These include:Age: Children y Read More
- Loeffler fibroplastic parietal endocardi...
Loeffler fibroplastic parietal endocarditis is a rare form of endocarditis, a condition where bacteria grow on the inner linings of your heart. The disease can cause serious complications, so it's important to know what treatments are available.
Treatment for Loefler fibroplastic parietal endocarditis includes antibiotics and surgery. There are several different types of antibiotics you can use to treat this condition, but they all share one com Read More
- Sakati-nyhan syndrome
Sakati-nyhan syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that can cause a variety of complications. It is an autosomal recessive disorder, which means that it happens when you inherit two copies of the gene that causes sakati-nyhan syndrome from both of your parents.The disease is caused by mutations in the HEXA gene on chromosome 19. •The HEXA gene produces a protein called beta-hexosaminidase A (HEXA). Read More
- Sneddon syndrome
Sneddon syndrome is a rare, progressive blood vessel disease. Specifically, arteries transports pure blood away from the heart and into the body. It is largely characterized by net-like patterns of discoloration on the skin (livedo reticularis) and neurological problems caused by artery obstructions. It usually affects older adults, and the clinical manifestations starts with old age. Individual differences in symptoms and sev Read More
- Takayasu disease (takayasu arteritis)
There is no cure for takayasu disease (takayasu arteritis). However, a comprehensive treatment plan can be followed to improve the symptoms, reduce inflammation and prevent irreversible damage to artery walls. Takayasu disease or Takayasu Arteritis (TAK) is a type of vasculitis, a rare familial disorder characterized by inflammation of blood vessels. The condition affects the aorta and its branches, which resist the flow of bl Read More
- The heart and vascular disease
The Heart and Vascular disease demand the patient to induce in their lives changes such as eating healthy, exercising regularly, and not smoking. However, certain medications or surgeries help doctors deal with the heart and vascular disease to a great extent. Medications- Medicines often provided by the doctors to treat heart and vascular diseases include- Cholesterol Drugs- Medicines can help reduce cholesterol l Read More