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Is the Brain a Muscle, Organ or fat? Know More

Is the Brain a Muscle? According to anatomy, the brain is not technically a muscle, although it has muscle in it. The brain is mainly...

Bronchiectasis in High-Resolution CT

Overview Bronchiectasis is defined as localized, irreversible dilatation of part of the bronchial tree. Involved bronchi are dilated, inflamed, and easily collapsible, resulting in airflow...

How to distinguish Athetosis from Chorea ?

Sometimes is difficult to distinguish athetosis from chorea (hence the term choreoathetosis). Typically, however, athetoid movements are slower than choreiform movements. Athetosis is an extrapyramidal...

QUESTION OF THE DAY: Lewy body dementia when compared to Alzheimer’s dementia

Which of the following is more commonly seen in patients with Lewy body dementia when compared to Alzheimer's dementia? A) Hallucinations B) Lip smacking ...
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Insula: Location, what is the insula and what does it do?

Where is the insula? The insula is a small region of the cerebral cortex located deep within the lateral sulcus, which is a large fissure...

What Is an Anal Fistula, Causes, Diagnosis and others.

Overview An anal fistula is a tunnel that runs from inside the anus. the hole your body uses to get rid of solid waste -- to somewhere...

What could Cause Bedwetting?

Overview Bedwetting is the loss of bladder control during the night. The medical term for bedwetting is nocturnal (nighttime) enuresis. Bedwetting can be an uncomfortable issue, but...

Medulla Oblongata

The medulla oblongata (medulla) is one of the three regions that make up the brainstem. It is the most inferior of the three and is...