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Kaposi’s Sarcoma 101

Kaposi’s Sarcoma 101

If the immune system is weakened, the risk of contracting the human herpesvirus type 8 increases, which is held responsible for the development of Kaposi’s sarcoma, a cancer that manifests itself as brown to bluish...

Keratosis Pilaris 101

Keratosis Pilaris 101

Keratosis pilaris, or keratosis pilaris, is a common cornification disorder that causes keratinized, rough-to-the-touch papules on the skin. The disorder is very common and mostly affects teenage girls. The complaints are mostly of a...

Lassa Fever

Lassa Fever 101

Lassa fever is a viral disease that is prevalent in only some parts of West Africa. The countries affected include Nigeria, Ivory Coast and Guinea. So far, only isolated cases have occurred in Germany....

Leriche Syndrome

Leriche Syndrome 101

Leriche syndrome is a vascular disease in which the abdominal aorta becomes blocked below the renal arteries. A distinction is made between a chronic and an acute form of Leriche syndrome. The acute variant...

Cryoglobulinemia 101

Cryoglobulinemia 101

Cryoglobulinemia is a disease from the group of vascular inflammations (vasculitis). In most cases, the inflammation is due to chronic hepatitis C. What is cryoglobulinemia? Chronic hepatitis C is the underlying cause of cryoglubulinemia...

King-Kopetzky Syndrome 101

King-Kopetzky Syndrome 101

King-Kopetzky syndrome is an obscure auditory dysfunction or auditory processing disorder. Auditory means “related to hearing”. This disorder is relatively understudied, but affects about ten percent of all patients who seek medical treatment for...

Hyperostosis

Hyperostosis 101

Bone tissue increases in hyperostosis . This is usually due to increased activity of the osteoblasts. In addition to curettage, drug treatment options are now also available for treatment. What is hyperostosis? Severe hyperostosis...

ACNU

ACNU 101

The Cuban Association of the United Nations (ACNU according to abbreviationfinder) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization that brings together, on a voluntary basis, natural and legal persons genuinely interested in learning about and participating...

Correction

Correction 101

With origin in Latin, the term correction refers to the action and the results of correcting. According to DigoPaul, this verb, for its part, refers to rectify or reverse a failure or an error....

Co-opt

Co-opt 101

In order to discover the meaning of the term co- opt, we are going to know its etymological origin. In this case, we can state that it derives from Latin, exactly from the verb...

HBO

HBO 101

HBO (Acronym for Home Box Office according to abbreviationfinder), is one of the most popular cable and satellite television channels in the United States. It is owned by Time Warner and its headquarters are in...

DNS

DNS 101

Domain Name System (or DNS according to abbreviationfinder). It is a hierarchical naming system for computers, services, or any resource connected to the Internet or a private network. This system associates various information with domain...

Conspiracy

Conspiracy 101

According to digopaul, the notion of conspiracy, which has its etymological source in Latin (contubernĭum), is used to name an agreement or an association that is objectionable or unworthy. The term can be applied...

Hemorrhagic Fever

Hemorrhagic Fever 101

Hemorrhagic fever is a very dangerous human disease that occurs mostly in subtropical to tropical areas. Nevertheless, even in Germany there is no protection against the disease, for which there are very few treatment...

Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome

Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome (ISG Syndrome) 101

Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome (ISG Syndrome) is the name given to low back pain that occurs in the lower back area. The sacroiliac joint connects the hip bones to the sacrum with ligaments. Sacroiliac joint...

University of Salvador

University of Salvador (Argentina)

Salvador’s university. Its headquarters is located in the Argentine city of Buenos Aires. It was founded by the Society of Jesus, being the Higher Institute of Philosophy its closest predecessor, founded in the headquarters...

CD-ROM 2

CD-ROM 101

Access time To describe the quality of a CD-ROM this is probably one of the most interesting parameters. Access time is taken as the amount of time it takes for the device from the...

NTFS

NTFS 101

NTFS (which stands for New Technology File System according to abbreviationfinder), is one of the most powerful, flexible and robust file systems today. Structure This system as such is based on a structure called MFT...

Histiocytosis

Histiocytosis 101

Histiocytosis is defined as pathological proliferation of white blood cells. The most common histiocytosis is Langerhans cell histiocytosis. What is histiocytosis? According to abbreviationfinder, Histiocytosis is a rare, different form of disease in which...

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) 101

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) 101

In order to keep a business running as well as possible and to ensure that goals are met, there are different roles. In larger companies, one recognizes that the activities of the employees differ...

Accountant 101

Accountant 101

Contador, from the Latin computator, is an adjective that refers to the one who counts. The verb to count, for its part, has multiple meanings: it can refer to numbering or computing things; put...

Console

Console 101

Console, from the French console, is a term with various uses and meanings. The most common is the one that refers to a video game console or video game console, which is the device...

Congress 101

Congress 101

According to DigoPaul, the etymology of congress refers us to congressus, a Latin word that can be translated as “meeting”. The first meaning of the concept mentioned in the dictionary of the Royal Spanish...

Condominium 101

Condominium 101

Originating from the Latin word condominium, the term condominium refers, in the field of law, to the power that two, three or more individuals have over a shared asset. It is possible to distinguish...

Heterophoria

Heterophoria 101

Heterophoria is a latent squint that is only recognizable with one-eyed vision. With binocular vision, the latent visual defect is involuntarily compensated for by the motor and sensory alignment of the two eyes via...

Skin Cancer

Skin Cancer 101

According to abbreviationfinder, skin cancer refers to various, mostly malignant, tumors of the skin. The best-known forms are melanoma ( black skin cancer ) and actinic keratosis, basalioma and spinalioma (light skin cancer). Skin...

Gollop-Wolfgang Syndrome

Gollop-Wolfgang Syndrome 101

Gollop -Wolfgang syndrome is a complex of malformations characterized by symptoms such as tibial aplasia or the characteristic cleft hand. The syndrome probably has a hereditary basis. Orthopedic, reconstructive and prosthetic steps can be...

Hajdu-Cheney Syndrome

Hajdu-Cheney Syndrome 101

Hajdu -Cheney syndrome is a rare bone disease. The cause is apparently a genetic and autosomal dominant inherited gene mutation. Due to the limited number of cases, standardized treatment measures have so far hardly...

MPEG-1

MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 101

MPEG-1 According to abbreviationfinder, MPEG-1 is the name of a group of Audio and Video coding standards standardized by the MPEG group (Moving Pictures Experts Group). It is used in the Video CD format. The...

ergotism

Ergotism 101

The ergotism is a poisoning by ergot alkaloids such as ergotamine or ergometrine occurring in ergot fungi and nowadays as medicaments use. In the foreground of the symptoms are massive circulatory disorders with the...