Cirrhosis is one of the severest diseases of the liver, where the whole liver is affected with progressive damage and widespread death of the liver cells.
Microbial colonization of urine and invasion of the kidneys, bladder, ureters and the urethra results in a urinary tract infection, which can be acute or chronic in nature and is defined by the presence of more than 100,000 organisms per ml in a midstream sample of urine.
„Epilepsy‟ means a tendency to have seizures and is a symptom of brain disease where there are periodical changes in the neurological function, which is often accompanied by alterations in consciousness due to excessive, abnormal, electrical impulses from the nerve cells within the brain.
Underrating or loss of appetite, if continued for a long time followed by sudden weight loss is termed as „anorexia‟. Some of the most common causes of anorexia are depression, stress, anxiety neurosis, hormonal imbalance, certain drugs (like antibiotics, antipathetic, painkillers, digitalis, diuretics, etc.), aging, etc.
High blood cholesterol develops in anyone regardless of age, sex, race, or ethnic background. Most people are unaware that their blood cholesterol levels are high until they learn it from their doctor through tests and investigations. Since there are no signs or symptoms, like high blood pressure, it is a potential threat to one‟s health.