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Diseases, Illnesses & Ailments Starting from Letter E

  1. Eagle Barrett Syndrome
    Eagle-Barrett syndrome, also known as the prune belly syndrome, is a rare disease characterized by impaired abdominal muscles and underdeveloped parts of the urinary tract. [read more]

  2. Eale's disease
    Eale's disease is categorized as an idiopathic obliterative vasculopathy that typically involves and affects the peripheral retina among young adults. The clinical findings for Eale's disease is primarily characterized by some avascular areas located in the retina periphery, the dilation of the capillary channels, as well as spontaneous chorioretinal scars. [read more]

  3. Ear Infection, Middle Ear
    Ear infections are known to be among the common illnesses that occur during early childhood. In fact, statistics show that about 3 out of four children experienced ear infection by the age of three. [read more]

  4. Eardrum, Ruptured
    A ruptured eardrum is usually characterized by a hole or tears in the eardrum, which interrupts the natural hearing process and cause impaired hearing. Aside from that the eardrum also acts a barrier against bacteria and foreign materials from entering the ear. Hence, a rupture eardrum can make a person highly susceptible to ear infections. [read more]

  5. Early Menopause
    Early menopause refers to the loss of the normal function of the ovaries before a woman reaches the age of 40. This condition is brought about by the failure of the ovaries to produce enough number of estrogen hormones, which often leads to infertility. [read more]

  6. Early Puberty
    Early puberty is characterized by the rapid growth of the muscles and bones as well as premature changes in the size and shape of the body. This condition is often more prevalent among girls than boys. [read more]

  7. Earwax Blockage
    Earwax blockage is the obstruction of the ear canal with cerumen. Cerumen or popularly known as earwax is part of the body's natural defenses that protects the ear canal by trapping dirt and slowing the growth of bacteria. [read more]

  8. Eating Emotional
    Emotional eating, more popularly known as bulimia or binge eating is an abnormal eating behavior. This eating disorder became a distinct psychological illness in 1980. [read more]

  9. Ebola hemorrhagic fever
    Ebola hemorrhagic fever has been identified to be among the most deadliest group of diseases that is categorized under viral hemorrhagic fevers. The severity of this condition range from some mild illnesses that can possibly development into something that is potentially fatal, causing complications in the kidney function, sever bleeding, chock and respiratory problems. [read more]

  10. Ebstein's anomaly
    Ebstein's anomaly, or more popularly referred to as Ebstein's malformation, is characterized by a heart defect that primarily consists of the malformation of the tricuspid valve. This is a serious medical condition where 1 or 2 out of the 3 leaflets are found to be stuck on the heart's wall, hampering the natural movement of the heart. In most cases, there is a hole found in the atria wall, causing malfunctioning as well as leakage. [read more]

  11. Echolalia
    Echolalia is a speech comprehension disorder wherein children mechanically repeat the words they hear from other people. This is a common concern over autistic children. [read more]

  12. Eclampsia
    Eclampsia is a fatal health complication that occurs during pregnancy, resulting to heightened possibility of coma or seizures. In some cases,, seizures are among the recognizable indicators of preeclampsia along with some severe headaches, double or blurred visions. [read more]

  13. Ectodermal dysplasia
    Ectodermal dysplasia is categorized as a form of a genetic disorder wherein there is a characterized abnormal development of the patient's skin and associated structures such as the nails, teeth and sweat glands. Among the most dangerous medical complications that may occur in certain cases where there is a significant decrease in sweating due to the absence of the sweat glands, making the afflicted patients experience intense discomfort in warm environments. [read more]

  14. Ectopia cordis
    Ectopia cordis is categorized as ab extremely rare congenital malformation of the heart that still remains very not easy to treat up to this day and age. Ectopia cordis is characterized by the development of the heart outside the chest wall, which means it is not protected by the sternum or the skin. In such cases, it is also likely that other organs may also form outside the body. [read more]

  15. Ectopic Heartbeat
    Ectopic heartbeat or also known as Premature ventricular contractions (PVCs) are extra, abnormal heartbeats that start in one of the heart's two lower pumping chambers or the ventricles. Simply put, it is an irregularity of the heart rate and rhythm involving extra or skipped beats. [read more]

  16. ectopic pregnancy
    An ectopic pregnancy is characterized by a serious complication during pregnancy in which case the fertilized ovum develops in a tissue than is not on the uterine wall. Majority of the ectopic pregnancy cases occur in the Fallopian tube, but it may also occur in the ovaries, cervix and abdomen. [read more]

  17. Ectrodactyly
    Ectrodactyly is categorized as a form of birth defect that causes malformations of the feet and/or hand. Majority of this condition, the middle toe or the middle finger is missing or may be fused together with other neighboring digits. Hand formations usually share the similar appearance of lobster hands. [read more]

  18. Eczema
    Eczema also known as atopic dermatitis is a long lasting condition featuring an itchy eruption on the skin; usually accompanied by asthma or hay fever. The condition is often found in infants and children but can be a continual condition into adulthood. In some cases, the condition appears later on in life. [read more]

  19. Eczema Dyshidrotic
    Dyshidrotic eczema or dyshidrosis or pompholyx, is a condition in which the skin, especially the hands and feet, develop small and itchy blisters. Said blisters last up to three weeks and cause intense itching. Cracks and grooves result when the blisters dry, which can be painful. [read more]

  20. ED (Erectile Dysfunction)
    The inability of a man to maintain a firm erection long enough to have sex is called erectile dysfunction (ED). The condition is more common among older men but can occur at any age. Though the condition may not really be cause for concern from time to time, it can cause stress, relationship problems, and may affect self-esteem. [read more]

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