Month: February 2018

Panniculitis

Panniculitis

Panniculitis is a skin disorder. Generally, it is characterized by development of large bumps or nodules under the skin, usually on the lower legs. They are red or purple and tender to touch. The nodules are caused by the inflammation of layer of fat or pannaculitis adiposus under the skin. It functions in keeping the …

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rolled ankle

Treating a rolled ankle

A rolled ankle is an injury that happens when twisting, rolling or awkward turning of the ankle. It stretches or cause tearing of the ligaments that functions in holding the ankle bones together. A rolled ankle happens when the ligaments are stretched beyond the normal range of movements. Symptoms of rolled ankle Tenderness when touching …

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