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Cocaine Dependence – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Cocaine Dependence – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Cocaine, sometimes called coke, is a powerful psychoactive stimulant that alters how the brain functions – specifically how we perceive our surroundings. Cocaine comes from the leaves of the South American coca plant, and has been used for over a thousand years. In modern times, it’s become a popular “party drug” because cocaine reduces inhibitions […]

Fabry disease – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Fabry disease – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Fabry disease is a rare X-linked condition caused by mutations or pathogenic variants in the GLA gene that codes for a lysosomal enzyme called alpha galactosidase A or alpha-gal A. The alpha-gal enzyme normally breaks down large molecules called globotriaosylceramide or GL3 and other glycosphingolipids, so that small parts of the big molecules can be […]

Doris B. Strader, MD, Gastroenterologist – Burlington, VT, The UVM Medical Center

Doris B. Strader, MD, Gastroenterologist – Burlington, VT, The UVM Medical Center

(piano music) Hi, I’m Dr. Doris Strader. I’m a gastroenterologist and hepatologist. (piano music) An academic center is one in which there is always learning going on and always an attempt to try to discover what’s on the cutting edge, and not just what’s on the cutting edge, but what is data-based and what may […]

Searching For A Career? Explore Medical Research

Searching For A Career? Explore Medical Research

“speaker 1: My name is Steven Kim and I’m a third year nephrology fellow at UCSF. And right now I’m working on the Bio artificial Kidney Project. So the goal of our project is to create an implantable device that provides renal replacement therapy for patients with end stage renal disease. So I grew up […]

Treatment of malaria | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

– [Voiceover] So, once Malaria has been confirmed by lab or by biochemical diagnosis treatment kind of has to start right away to give the person the best chance of survival, right, with as few complications as possible. So, let’s say we’re gonna use antimalarial drugs to treat the disease, right. So, to make sure […]

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) – causes, symptoms & treatment

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) – causes, symptoms & treatment

Say you’ve got a huge presentation in front of all your colleagues; you’re nervous, you’ve got quite a bit of stress leading up to the presentation. That stress is completely normal, and really—probably useful in certain situations since it can make you more alert and careful. After the presentation’s over you feel the stress start […]

Placenta previa – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Placenta previa means “placenta first,” because the placenta is the first thing within the uterine cavity. In this condition, the placenta implants in the lower uterus, close to or even covering the uterine opening, called the internal cervical os, and it can therefore easily bleed, which usually happens after 20 weeks of gestation. Normally the […]

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship

it had exactly what I wanted the fellows are part of the team when I came to interview I just felt like this is where I was supposed to be I wanted some place that gave me the opportunity to become the best clinician that I could become dr. warsha is my clinical mentor well […]

Discovering Genetic Determinants of Kidney Disease

Discovering Genetic Determinants of Kidney Disease

– 15 years ago, I was referred a family from western North Carolina that suffered from a really devastating kidney disease. The disease was called familial juvenile hyperuricemic nephropathy. This disease was autosomal dominant inheritance, which meant that 50% of children of an affected parent would be affected. Family members would suffer from gout in […]