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Left side Abdominal Pain

Abdomen is a part of the body that lies between thorax and the pelvic bone. The area below the navel is called as lower abdomen and above the navel is known as upper abdomen. Ribs are ...

Lower back pain – Right Side

The fast-paced life is the root cause for lower back pain. Lower back which is known as the ‘lumbar area’ bears the maximum weight of the body. Therefore any injury or wrong posture ...

Lower Back Pain (left side)

Lower back pain is very common. Every individual can suffer from back pain at any time of the life. Due to this people are unable to work and spend a lot of money to get relief. Research ...

Pain in left side under ribs

Pain in left side under ribs may be due to many reasons. Few may be due to common reasons; others may have severe and serious causes. If the pain persists it is better to consult the ...

Pain in Right side under Ribs

The rib cage consists of twelve pairs of ribs, 12 thoracic vertebrae and ‘sternum’ bone which is in ‘T’ shape. Pain under ribs is very common and there are various reasons for ...

Pain in Left side of Chest

Pain in left side of chest, can be assumed to be a thing of panic, because such pain is associated with heart attack. However, it is important to note that it is not the only reason ...

Pain on left side of stomach

A person can feel pain in any part of the abdomen. It can be either upper or lower part, right or left side of the stomach. When pain becomes worse it is very hard to do any activity ...

Pain on right side of stomach

Disorders of the abdomen give rise to stomach pain.However; it is not the only reason for pain in stomach. There are other causes as well which affect other organs in the abdomen. Pain ...

Right Side Abdominal Pain

The right side of abdomen is a vital part of the body in comparison to other parts. It contains important organs such as pancreas, appendix, liver, gallbladder, abdominal muscles, right ...

Colles Fracture

Colles fracture refers to a fracture of the wrist which involves the distal end of the radius of the bone in the forearm. It occurs about an inch from the wrist joint. The fracture ...
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