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Benign tumor of oropharynx

Introduction to oropharyngeal benign tumor Oropharyngeal benign tumors are rare. Grayish or pale red papilloma can so...

Intraspinal tumor in children

Introduction to pediatric spinal canal tumor Intraspinal tumors (intraspinal tumors) include various tumor-like lesion...

labyrinthitis

Introduction to labyrinthitis Labyrinthitis, also known as otitis media, is a common complication of suppurative otiti...

Pulmonary embolism and pulmonary infarction

Introduction to pulmonary embolism and pulmonary infarction Pulmonary embolism (PE), also known as pulmonary thromboem...

seborrheic keratosis

Introduction to seborrheic keratosis Seborrheic keratosis, also known as seborrheickeratosis, is the most common benig...

chronic frontal sinusitis

Introduction to chronic frontal sinusitis Acute sinusitis remains 30 days after the onset of inflammation, known as ch...

Pachydermoperiostosis

Introduction to thick skin periostosis Pachyermoperiostosis, also known as cutaneous hypertrophic periosteal hyperoste...

Femoral neck fracture

Introduction to femoral neck fracture A femoral neck fracture is a femoral neck fracture caused by osteoporosis, degen...

stretch marks

Introduction to shrinking lines The atrophic pattern, also known as the invasive pattern, the white line, occurs in th...

Keloid

Introduction to keloid Keloid is a process of healing skin lesions. Collagen anabolism can lose normal restraint contr...

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