Written by epgonline.org - Last updated 27 July 2017

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Inflammatory condition of skin

This section encompasses a wide range of skin conditions, comprising a number of separate aetiologies. They fall into this category due to their common inflammatory pathology,


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Congestive heart failure

Congestive heart failure in simple terms is failure of the heart as a pump. Prevalence is rising, as it tends to affect people later in life and is also most commonly a result


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