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spleen rupture severe blow, pain, rigity, difficult catching breath, kher's sign
bruised kidney pain in near flank, discoloration, hematuria
bruised liver great force, similar symptoms to spleen, pain in right shoulder
Appendicitis inflamation of the appendix, low grade fever, tenderness,
Diabetes pancreas don't produce insulin or enough
Spine Fractures cause paralysis or death
Meningitis inflamation of the nenings, causes high fever, swelling
Herniated Disk outer layter tears and inner oozes, if on nerve can cause numbness, pain and weakness
Spondy stress fracture, achy back pain
Coccyx fracture fall on tailbone, painful
scoliosis lateral curvature of the spine
emphysema hardening of the lung
asthma bronchial tube spasm due to allergen
cystic fibrosis a genetic disorder, causing mucous in lungs
pneumothorax hole in lung
hemothorax bleeding into lungs
rib fracture caused by collusion
costochondral separation rib cartilage to the stermum is separated
myocardial infarction artery is blocked and muscle dies
congestive heart failure edema around the heart
Created by: evelynx