The following Conditions are related to Blood

Select a specific condition below to view its details.

  • Acidemia, isovaleric

    Isovaleric acidemia is a hereditary metabolic disorder caused by changes in genetic mutation.The encoding of the gene enzyme "isovaleryl-CoA dehydrogenase" in the body results in this disease.Moreover, it results in the indigestion of protein components such as leucine and amino acid found in the food item.The buildup of undigested food can leads to serious illnesses generally known as m  Read More

  • Arginase deficiency

    Arginase deficiency is an inherited metabolic disorder that makes the body unable to digest building blocks of protein. It causes amino acids arginine and amino acid to accumulate in the blood flow.Arginase is one of six enzymes that have a significant role in removing and breaking down nitrogen from the body.Moreover, it belongs to the urea cycle.However, it is a situation in which the body&rsquo  Read More

  • Argininosuccinic aciduria

    Argininosuccinic aciduria (ASA) is a rare inherited disorder that causes elevated blood ammonia levels.If ammonia buildup in the blood is not detected and treated promptly, it can cause brain damage and even death.It is caused by changes (mutations) in the ASL gene that result in a deficiency.ASL (argininosuccinate lyase) is an enzyme that breaks down and eliminates nitrogen from the body.  Read More

  • Arsenic poisoning

    Arsenic is a natural semi-metallic chemical that is usually found in groundwater across the world. Arsenic poisoning, also known as arsenicosis occurs when a person inhales, swallows, or absorbs a high level of arsenic. When left untreated, arsenic poisoning will cause severe health complications. The earlier you diagnose the condition, the better will be the outlook.Short-term arsenic poisoning may cause unpleasant symp  Read More

  • Bilious attacks

    A bilious attack, also known as a gallbladder attack, is one of the most severe gastrointestinal problems.These attacks occur when bile and minerals in the body form small stone-like structures or gallstones.Consequently, these stones pass through the bile ducts by the gallbladder, which causes mild to severe pain in the process.The person suffering from this attack may feel a sharp pain in the up  Read More

  • Celiac disease

    Celiac disease, also known as celiac sprue, non-tropical sprue, or gluten-sensitive enteropathy, is a digestive and auto-immune disease that damages the small intestine.The condition is generally triggered by the protein known as gluten. Gluten is found in wheat, and barley triggers the immune response in patients and makes them intolerant to other gluten-containing products.The intestines have vill, a thi  Read More

  • Colitis

    Ulcerative colitis is often treated with either medication therapy or surgery. Certain medication classifications may be effective in curing ulcerative colitis. The type you choose will be determined by the severity of your disease.Drugs that work well for one person may not work well for another, so it may take some time to discover a medication that works for you. Furthermore, because some medications have major side e  Read More

  • Colitis, collagenous

    Collagenous colitis is one type of microscopic colitis. These particular white blood cells can enter the inner wall of the colon as a result of inflammation. This particular type of colitis is uncommon and may be caused by an autoimmune disorder.Cure or medication for Collagenous colitisCollagenous colitis might heal on its own. However, you might require treatment to get better if your symptoms are sev  Read More

  • Cryptophthalmos-syndactyly syndrome

    An uncommon genetic condition known as cryptophthalmos syndactyl syndrome is characterized by a number of birth defects.A narrow, blocked, and malformed voice box and lower respiratory tract (nostrils, larynx, and lungs); limb anomalies; kidney (renal) abnormalities; external genital malformations; eyes that are completely covered by skin and usually malformed (cryptophthalmos) causing blindness; a fusion of the sk  Read More

  • Dehydration

    Dehydration can occur due to many reasons. The prime reason is sweating. It can also be triggered by diarrhea or vomiting, which can quickly eliminate fluids from your body. All of these can trigger water and electrolyte loss in the body.The most important way to treat dehydration is to replace the electrolytes and fluids the body has lost. Restoring the electrolyte balance will prevent an individual from dehydrati  Read More

  • Dubin johnson syndrome

    Dubin-Jhonson syndrome is a rare genetic liver disorder that is inherited by the autosomal recessive pattern ( inherit one mutated gene from each parent ). It is characterized by the breakdown of red blood cells into the yellowish pigment in the blood that results in bilirubin buildup. Moreover, this buildup is released into the bile, a digestive juice secreted by the liver. Moreover, this pigment gives stool a deep yellowish  Read More

  • Enterovirulent e. coli (eec)

    Enterovirulent E. coli (EEC) are bacterial strains that have a strong tendency to cause gastrointestinal tract infections. However, it is curable through antibiotics.Since it is a bacterial disease, it can be curable through oral and intravenous antibiotics. Following is the list of medications for Entervirulent E. coil (EEC):Azithromycin: It is an antibacterial medication used to cure many bacterial in  Read More

  • Galactosemia

    Galactosemia is a disorder that affects the bodily processing of simple sugar called galactose. The signs and symptoms of galactosemia result from an inability to use galactose to produce energy.There are several types of galactosemia, and these conditions are each caused by mutations in a particular gene and affect different enzymes involved in breaking down galactose.The primary risk factor for galactose  Read More

  • Galt deficiency

    GALT deficiency/Galactosemia is a rare genetic disorder that affects how your body processes or metabolizes a sugar called galactose.Signs and symptoms include:An infant affected with galactosemia, appears normal at birth; however, within a few days or weeks, the infant may lose its appetite and start vomiting excessively.Yellowing of the skin, and mucous membranes, and whites of the eyes (jaun  Read More

  • Gastric ulcer

    The most common peptic ulcer symptom is burning stomach pain. Stomach acid makes the pain worse, as does having an empty stomach. The pain can often be relieved by eating certain foods that buffer stomach acid or by taking an acid-reducing medication, but then it may come back. The pain may be worse between meals and at night. Many people with peptic ulcers don't even have symptoms. Less often, ulcers may cause severe signs or  Read More

  • Gastroenteritis (stomach flu)

    Infections in all the portions of the large intestine with defects creating inflammation and pains in the upper abdomen and stomach region are called Gastroenteritis (Stomach Flu). There are a lot of explanations for the occurrence of this ailment.Gastric errors due to an unhygienic lifestyle are the main cause of intestinal infections.Cleanliness in and around the environment is a necessity to avoid such  Read More

  • Gastroparesis

    Infection that leads to unstable functioning of stomach muscles in emptying it and moving the food to the small intestines is called Gastroparesis.Gastroparesis has very peculiar and common traits of sending the message that the gut is not well and needs immediate attention. It creates problems with nutrition and blood sugar levels.Diagnosis:Doctors use the following methods to understand if  Read More

  • Glucocerebrosidase deficiency

    A deficiency of the glucocerebrosidase enzyme causes the inherited (genetic) disorder known as Gaucher disease. Due to a lack of the enzyme glucocerebrosidase, Gaucher disease, also known as glucocerebrosidase deficiency, is a genetic disorder that causes aberrant accumulations of the fatty compounds known as glycolipids in various human tissues.There are numerous terms that can be used to describe Gaucher disease.  Read More

  • Glutaricacidemia ii

    Glutaric acidemia II is an inherited disorder that disturbs the body’s ability to break down fats and protein to produce energy. Moreover, these incomplete breakdowns of protein and fats make the tissues and blood too acidic. It appears in the early stages of childhood and results in weakness and low blood sugar levels. In severe cases, individuals affected with glutaric acidemia type II may also be born with physical abnormalities, including b  Read More

  • Macular degeneration

    Macular degeneration, also known as Age-related macular degeneration is a common eye disorder caused by the deterioration of the macula, a region in the center of the retina, present in the back of the eye.Macular Degeneration is not a curable condition. Early diagnosis and proper treatment will slow the progression of the condition and aid in the management of the symptoms. Based on the severity of the disease and healt  Read More

  • Methylmalonic acidemia

    Methylmalonic acidemia (MMA) is a genetic disorder that makes the body unable to digest certain proteins and fats. The undigested substance releases methylmalonic acid into the bloodstream. These toxin chemicals in the blood can result in some consequential illnesses in the patients. However, this genetic metabolism disorder transfers from parent to infant.Here are some risk factors associated with this inborn error of m  Read More

  • Microvillus inclusion disease

    Microvillus inclusion disease is a genetic characteristic that is carried as an autosomal recessive trait. This implies that the disorder is transmitted by a gene on a chromosome that does not have a role in defining a person's gender.Both males and females can be infected, though it appears to affect females more frequently.Because this gene is recessive, both parents have it to pass the condition on  Read More

  • Mucopolysaccharidoses

    Treating the underlying illness may restore the body's capacity to digest lactose in persons with lactose intolerance, albeit this process might take months. A low-lactose diet may help you prevent the unpleasantness of milk intolerance for other reasons.To reduce the quantity of lactose in your diet, do the following:Limit your intake of dairy foods.Include tiny amounts of milk products in  Read More

  • Portal hypertension

    Portal hypertension is an increase in blood flow within the portal venous system, which is a network of veins.The portal vein is formed by veins from the stomach, small bowel, spleen, and pancreas, which then branch into smaller vessels and travel through the liver.Blood cannot flow appropriately through the liver if the vessels in the hepatic are blocked due to liver damage.As a result, pressure  Read More

  • Propionic acidemia

    Propionic acidemia (PA) is an inherited disorder that unbales a person to digest certain types of protein and fats. Moreover, this condition leads to an abnormal buildup of particular acids known as organic acid since it is regarded as an organic acid disorder. Here are some risk factors associated with Propionic acidemia:Inheritance: PA has been inherited in such a pattern that both copies of gene PCCA and PCCB in  Read More

  • Ulcer

    Typically, drugs are used to treat mild-to-moderate ulcers.Antibiotics Antibiotics can treat an ulcer caused by the H. pylori bacteria. Typically, the doctor may prescribe triple or quadruple therapy, which includes numerous antibiotics as well as heartburn medication. Triple therapy includes the use of two antibiotics, such as amoxicillin and clarithromycin, as well as a proton pump i  Read More