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Yellow Marrow

Yellow bone marrow is  storage of fat in the medullary cavity of the bone. Yellow Marrow may convert back to red marrow in some diseases or severe blood loss.


red, brown or purple tiny circular, nonraised spots appear on the skin, conjunctiva, retina, and mucous membranes which is caused by haemorrhage of capillaries and leaking blood into the skin .


Marsupialization is the surgical technique of cutting a slit into an abscess or cyst and suturing the edges of the slit to form a continuous surface from the exterior surface to the interior surface of the cyst or abscess. Sutured in this fashion, the site remains open and can drain freely. This technique is used […]


mucocele is any dilatation (typically pathologic) with accumulation of mucus


Hypersalivation or Increased salivation. Conditions In GERD, due to reflex salivary gland stimulation when acid enters the esophagus. Gastroparesis Rabies Pellagra Pregnancy Pancreatitis Serotonin syndrome Liver disease Oral infections Medications (pilocarpine, ketamine, clozapine) Chemical Substances (organophosphates, arsenic, mercury, copper)


oesophagus, gullet, food pipe fibromuscular tube, about 25 cm (10 in) long in adults, which travels behind the trachea and heart.

Whipples disease

Rare systemic infectious disease caused by the bacterium Tropheryma whipplei.  Whipple disease interferes with digestion and absorption of foods. Common symptoms are severe weight loss with chronic intermittent diarrhea, colic-like abdominal pain, and migratory polyarthritis.