Septic Arthritis; Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

Septic Arthritis

Septic arthritis is a bacterial, viral, or fungal infection in one or more of your joints. The germ can travel to the joint from another part of your body. A puncture wound near the joint can bring the germ directly into the joint. Septic arthritis usually affects large joints, such as in the knee, hip, shoulder, ankle, and elbow. Septic Read More …


Cerebrovascular accident the another name of stroke

Cerebrovascular accident

Cerebrovascular accident the another name of stroke .¬†Stroke¬†is a¬†medical condition¬†in which poor¬†blood flow¬†to the¬†brain¬†results in¬†cell death.¬†There are two main types of stroke:¬†ischemic, due to lack of blood flow, and¬†hemorrhagic, due to¬†bleeding.¬†They result in part of the brain not functioning properly.¬†Signs and symptoms of a stroke may include an¬†inability to move or feel¬†on one side of the body,¬†problems understanding¬†or¬†speaking,¬†dizziness, or¬†loss of Read More …