a group of diseases in which cells grow unrestrained in an organ or tissue in the body; can spread to tissues around it and destroy them or be transported through blood or lymph pathways to other parts of the body
a condition marked by enlargement of the heart, either because of a thickened heart muscle or an enlarged heart chamber; usually a result of the heart having to work harder than normal, as occurs with high blood pressure
an illness transmitted to humans through a cat's bite or scratch, which is thought to be caused by an unidentified bacteria; characterised by a swollen lymph node or blister near the bite or scratch, fever, rash, and headache; most commonly occurring in children
a group of disorders of movement and posture resulting from damage to the brain early in a child's development; causes muscle weakness, difficulty co-ordinating voluntary movements, and sometimes complete loss of motion
Coeliac disease is an allergic condition of the small intestine caused by the the protein gluten and more specifically gliadin. These proteins cause an intense localised inflammatory and allergic reaction at the surface of the small intestine which strips off the outer layer and all the finger-like villi. This leads to poor absorption of nutrients, fat and fat soluble vitamins leading to diarrhoea, bloating, weight loss, osteoporosis and anaemia. A gluten-free diet completely heals the inflammation.
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