John Laurusonis

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Tetanus

31st May 2011
Tetanus Clostridium tetani is a bacteria. Tetanus bacterium is usually found in the stomach and intestines of horses. It does not bother horses. Wherever horses defecate on the ground, there is tetanus that is virile for probably thousands of years. Sp... Read >

Psoriasis: Is it Just Dry Skin or Something Else

17th May 2011
Psoriasis: Is it Just Dry Skin or Something Else Psoriasis is generally an inherited skin condition by genetic testing there is a HLA-B27 or B28 gene that people with psoriasis posses. Psoriasis is often noted in children as white scaly patches on the ... Read >

POST NASAL DRIP: TURNING OFF THE FAUCETT

04th May 2011
POST NASAL DRIP: TURNING OFF THE FAUCET Everyone has experienced post nasal drip. It is that uncomfortable feeling of mucus fullness that seems to lodge just above the tonsils. It can make you clear your throat constantly to clear away the mucous that ... Read >

Poison Ivy: Itching Scratching and Scarring

04th May 2011
Poison Ivy: Itching Scratching and Scarring The Poison Ivy vine looks like English ivy, with 3 dark shiny bipennate green leaves. The sap is what causes the severe allergic reaction. Most affected patients never come in direct physical contact with the... Read >

Lymph Nodes: Big or Swollen?

05th April 2011
Lymph Nodes: Big or Swollen? Iíll bet when you go into see your doctor for all or part of a physical examination, you wonder why he probes and presses around your neck, under your arms, maybe around your elbow, in the left-sided spleen area, perhaps in... Read >

Axillary Rash and Yeast

09th February 2011
Axillary Rash One unique area of chronic dermatitis is the underarm or axillary area. This structure is very tender and sensitive. The underarms have large endocrine sweat glands and hair follicles. All of these structures are potentially able to produ... Read >