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Human diseases

Post by Biology4lyf » Mon Sep 04, 2017 7:09 am

Hey guyz a bit of confusion here....what's d difference between effect of a disease and symptoms of a disease??? According to me effect is d structural and functional of d particular organ or part of body while symptoms are the physical manifestation of these changes or effects...for example in common cold effect is inflammation of the lung passage and nose along with excess release of mucous and the symptom is fluid discharge(due to the effect of excess release of mucous),congestion(due to inflammation) ,sneezing etc....am I thinking along the right lines??

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Post by lenadrooliveros » Mon Sep 04, 2017 6:34 pm

The cell cycle has many regulatory mechanisms, the alteration of one of these could cause havoc, such as cancer. The protein of Retinoblastoma (RB) is very important in the interface before beginning mitosis. Would it be believed that the RB protein located on chromosome 13 band q14 is more likely that have a mutation, or is it more likely to be denatured by the diverse human papillomavirus (HPV) group? So in any of the two cases which part of the cycle is affect?

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Re: Human diseases

Post by johnsmith78696 » Tue Jan 16, 2018 10:49 am

It is true that diseases are identified through signs and symptoms. A sign is regarded as an objective manifestation of the disease which can be determined or measured by a physician whereas a symptom is seen as a subjective evidence of the disease that is reported by the patient. A symptom can be defined as a departure from normal feeling or function that is discovered by the patient which can reflect or indicate the presence of an abnormal state or a disease. Each disease is found to have a constellation of signs and symptoms which are unique to itself, however individual signs for example like fever, may be present in a number of diseases. The physician relies on various information such as past medical history, any recent exposure to disease, physical signs and results obtained from the appropriate laboratory tests in order to diagnose the disease accurately.

Some examples of laboratory tests include:
1. Blood/Urine/Stool: http://www.naturesintentionsnaturopathy ... sting.html
2. Diagnostics: http://www.elisakits.co.uk/overview
3. Radiologic: https://www.radiologyinfo.org/en/submen ... -treatment

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