Results 1 - 10 of 26 for Acute medical
  1. ... inflammation and swelling of the pancreas caused by acute infection (pancreatitis).
  2. ... on the hands and soles of people with acute bacterial endocarditis.
  3. ... inhaling dust from spore-infected bird droppings. The acute form is treated with antifungal medication.
  4. ... the darkly-stained lymph cells (lymphoblasts) seen in acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL), the most common type of childhood leukemia.
  5. ... result of excessive alcohol ingestion. This is an acute condition which usually resolves within 10 days without special treatment.
  6. ... only be given to alleviate the symptoms. Although acute bronchitis is relatively common, some people are more prone to it than others.
  7. ... multiple Auer rods which are found only in acute myeloid leukemias, either myeloblastic or monoblastic. These rods consist of clumps of azurophilic granule material.
  8. ... the midst of the chronic disease of asthma. Acute conditions, such as a first asthma attack, may lead to a chronic syndrome if untreated.
  9. Janeway lesions are seen in people with acute bacterial endocarditis. They appear as flat, painless, red to bluish-red spots on the palms and soles.
  10. ... chronic leukemia but are a common finding in acute forms. They appear as erythematous infiltrations of the skin, forming papules, macules, and plaques. Pruritus may be present.
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