Hepatitis A is a type of hepatitis caused by infection with the hepatitis A virus. It is a type of acute hepatitis that usually does not require treatment.
The Valsalva test is a breathing method that can be used to help diagnose a problem with the autonomic nervous system (ANS).
Homan’s sign is an indicator of deep vein thrombosis. The sign is present where the pain in the calf is caused by passive dorsiflexion of the foot.
Bacterial gastroenteritis is caused by a bacterial infection in your intestine. It can cause inflammation in your stomach and intestines.
Gastritis is an irritation of the protective lining of the stomach. Acute gastritis involves sudden, severe inflammation. Chronic gastritis includes
The anterior drawer test assesses the constancy of the anterior talofibular ligament. Normally, you should be able to shift your foot slightly forward
A colonic polyp is a minor growth of tissue that projects from the lining of a section of the large intestine known as the colon.
The Faber test is used to detect the presence of hip pathology by attempting to reproduce pain in the hip, pelvic spine, or sacroiliac region.
The Babinski reflex is one of the normal reflexes in babies. Reflexes are replies that occur when the body receives a convinced stimulus.