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T. Lopez

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Some may assume that AIDS and HIV are the same, but actually, they are not. HIV is known to be the virus that people may carry with them. There are some people who have HIV, but they regularly take medications to ensure that they would be able to live a normal life. Those who have AIDS have had HIV before, but the virus has already developed into this condition.

Some people refer to AIDS as stage 3 HIV. People who have AIDS usually have a compromised immune system. They can develop certain diseases easily and will find it hard to recover from the conditions because their immune system is not working properly anymore.

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T. Lopez

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The disease is something that can cause illness. This is usually caused by different factors. Some people may become exposed to disease and get it when the disease is contagious, while there are also some who acquire the disease by other means such as their lifestyle. There are some people who have a disease, but they are not even aware of it, but those who are feeling ill already know that they have a disease.

Illness can affect the process of the disease and make a person feel sick. Some people feel that being ill is not as serious as being sick, but some people feel that these things are all the same. Just remember that the disease is usually the cause, and the illness may be the result of the disease.

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Undesirable changes in appearance is the answer to question number 1

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Acromegaly is a disorder that results from a surplus of growth hormone after the growth plates have closed. The initial symptom is typically enlargement of hands and feet. There may be an overgrowth of the forehead, jaw, and nose.

Other symptoms may include joint pain, thicker skin, deepening of the voice, headaches, and problems with vision. Acromegaly may also cause changes in the shape of the face, such as a protruding lower jaw and brow, enlarged lower jaw and brow, and enlarged nose, thickened lips, and wider spacing between your fatigue and muscle weakness.

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Yes, one eye sightness may be affected or the person may have blurred vision or diplopia.

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Alzheimer’s disease is a disease of the elderly. It results in loss of functional neurons that leads to a decrease in cognitive function. Slowly, the memory starts deteriorating and the effect is evident on other functions of the brain as well. The person also starts to develop apraxia.

This term means that the patient is unable to use objects in daily life for their correct purpose. Other terms included in the list are used to mean different medical conditions and are not associated with the problem presented. However, they can occur in Alzheimer’s as well. To date, doctors are unable to find a cure for the disease and it remains a daunting aspect of old life.

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Sometimes diseases seem to spring up in Africa because the opportunity for an epidemic is great on the African continent. When a disease spreads rapidly it is more visible to the rest of the world and may even spread to other parts of the world.

Poverty, poor nutrition, and lack of access to heathcare may allow a disease to spread more rapidly in Africa compared to other places. Diseases can spring up in any part of the world however.

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Pulmonary artery pressure, is in the right side ? So right sided valve damage

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Atrial fibrillation is a common symptom that only occurs with mitral regurgitation.

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