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Polycythemia Vera | Johns Hopkins Medicine
Polycythemia vera is a rare blood disorder in which there is an increase in all blood cells, particularly red blood cells. The increase in blood cells makes ...
Parkinson's Symptoms | Johns Hopkins Medicine
Nonmotor Symptoms. Constipation: If you have difficulty with bowel movements that can’t be explained by other factors — a diet low in fiber or water, or the use of ...
Blepharitis | Johns Hopkins Medicine
Blepharitis is a common disease of the eyelids characterized by redness, thickening, and flakey or scaly crusting along the eyelids and eyelashes. It is ...
Portal Hypertension | Johns Hopkins Medicine
Symptoms and signs of portal hypertension include: Gastrointestinal bleeding: You may notice blood in the stools, or you may vomit blood if any large ...
Pressure Ulcers | Johns Hopkins Medicine
Pressure injuries are found on areas of the skin that are closest to bone and have little fat to pad them. This includes the heels, hips, elbows, ankles, the back, ...
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Our School of Medicine Community. The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine consistently ranks among the nation’s very best in education. These ...
Tinea Versicolor | Johns Hopkins Medicine
Tinea versicolor is a common fungal skin infection caused by yeast on the skin. It is also called pityriasis versicolor. It is characterized by lighter or ...
Transient Tachypnea of Newborn | Johns Hopkins Medicine
Most infants with TTN improve in 12 to 24 hours. If your baby is breathing very rapidly, feedings may be withheld and intravenous fluids may be given for nutrition ...
Spinal Stenosis Treatment | Johns Hopkins Department ... - Hopkins Medicine
They provide second opinions and frequently see patients who have been living with pain for years. Our department’s research in patient outcomes after spine ...
Gynecological Conditions | Johns Hopkins Medicine
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