Adenoids

Adenoids

Adenoids

  1. Adenoids also known as pharyngeal tonsil / nasopharyngeal tonsil is a mass of lymphatic tissue situated posterior to the nasal cavity, in the roof of the nasopharynx, where the nose blends into the throat.
  2. Normally, in children it forms a soft mouth in the roof and posterior wall of the nasopharynx, just above and behind uvula.
  3. The adenoids are a mass soft tissue behind the nasal cavity. Like lymphnodes, adenoids are the past of the immune system and are made of the same type of tissues (Lymphoid Tissue).
  4. White blood cells circulate through the adenoids and other lymphnoid tissues reacting to foreign invaders in the body.
  5. We all have adenoids at birth and in childhood but as we head into adolscence they start to shrink.
  6. By adulthood, most people’s adenoids have disappeared.

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Complications of Chronic Kidney Failure

chronic kidney Failure

chronic kidney Failure

The following are the complications of chronic kidney failure.

  1. Anaemia
  2. Cardiac tamponade
  3. Changes in blood sugar metabolism
  4. Congestive heart failure
  5. Decreased functioning of white blood cells
  6. Decreased immune response
  7. Decreased libido,impotence
  8. Dementia
  9. Electrolyte abnormality including hyperkalemia
  10. Encephalopathy
  11. End stage renal disease
  12. Fractures
  13. Hemorrhage
  14. High blood pressure
  15. Increased infections
  16. Joint disorder
  17. Liver inflammation (Hep B or Hep C)
  18. Liver failure
  19. Loss of blood from the gastro intestinal tract
  20. Menstrual irregularities,miscarriage,infertility
  21. Skin dryness,itching with skin infection
  22. Weakening of the bones
  23. Cardiac arrhythmia
  24. Nerve damage
  25. Pericarditis
  26. Peripheral neuropathy
  27. Platelet dysfunction
  28. Ulcers
  29. Seizures

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