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Diabetes Complications

Causes of Auditory Nerve Damage

The auditory nerve is responsible for transmitting sounds from the sensory portions of the ear to the brain. Damage to the auditor...

Circulation Problems in the Arm

Circulation problems in any part of the body tend to come from fatty deposits in the blood vessels called plaque. The deposits can...

What Are the Causes of Nerve Damage in the Ear?

The vestibulocochlear nerve, also known as cranial nerve XIII, is a special sensory nerve with two nerve branches. The vestibular...

What Are the Causes of Vagus Nerve Damage?

The vagus nerve is one of 12 cranial nerves, exiting the skull rather than through the vertebral column. The vagus nerve is the t...

What Are the Causes of Myelin Nerve Damage?

The myelin sheath is a fatty layer that protects nerve cells, extending to cover the nerve throughout its length, except in small,...

Dental Bridge Complications

A dental bridge provides many benefits. These porcelain teeth may allow you to eat more foods and improve the look of your smile. ...

Skin Problems on Fingers

The skin weighs nearly 10 pounds and covers close to 2 square yards of the body, according to Medline Plus from the National Insti...

What Are the Benefits of Spanish Moss?

Spanish moss, also known by its scientific name Tillandsia usneoides, is not a member of the moss family, or even native to Spain,...

Ways to Increase Circulation in Diabetics

Circulation problems can be common in people suffering from diabetes. Poor wound healing can be the result of such poor circulatio...

Diabetic Coma Symptoms

A diabetic coma is a serious, life-threatening complication of diabetes in which the patient falls into a state of unconsciousness...
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