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Clubbing of Finger Nails || Clubbed Nails in Respiratory Diseases
 
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This video shows clubbed finger nails in a patient with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. Schamroth's sign is used to assess the clubbing of fingers. In a clubbed finger, Lovibond ange is lost. Normal Lovibond angle is less than 165. Causes of clubbed nails are: - Lung cancer - Interstitial lung disease - Mesothelioma - Congenital cyanotic heart disease - Subacute bacterial endocarditis - Tetrology of Fallot (TOF) - Malabsorption - Crohn's disease - Ulcerative colitis - Cirrhosis of liver - Grave's disease Do Not Forget to Subscribe!
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Cardiovascular Assessment Part 1 | Nail Clubbing: Definition, Causes, Diagnosis & Treatment
 
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Nail clubbing, also known as digital clubbing, is a deformity of the finger or toe nails associated with a number of diseases, most commonly indicating heart or lung disease.
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Clubbing
 
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Lung cancer is the most common cause of clubbing. Clubbing often occurs in heart and lung diseases that reduce the amount of oxygen in the blood.
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grade 4 clubbing of fingernails in cyanotic heart disease TOF Hypertrophic osteoarthropathy
 
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Nail Colour & Texture:  It Can Be A Sign Of These Deadly Diseases!
 
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Slightly pinkish and white is what our normal nail colour looks like. But when you start witnessing even a slight unusual change in your nail colour and texture then you should watch out for it immediately. It can be a sign of several deadly diseases. Majority of us generally tend to ignore the nails. Like any other part of the body, the nails too are equally important. The nails turn colourless, yellow, white and shapeless. Even if you want to cut it in shape and apply nail polish it looks odd. Generally when we have fever or certain fungal infection, there could be some changes in the texture of your nail but certain changes in the nails could also be an indication of serious health issues related to the heart, thyroid, liver, lungs, immunity and anaemia. Hence, these changes in the nail should not be ignored. It is essential to get it checked and take up the necessary medical intervention before it gets too late. Have a look at what the changes in these nail colours and texture tell you about your health. 1. Pale Yellow Nails: If you see that your nails have turned pale yellow then you should not ignore. Apart from being a sign of fungal infection, it can be a sign of serious health issues like thyroid problem, lung disease and also diabetes. 2. White Nails: When you notice that your nails are turning white, especially along the rims, then it signifies that the level of protein is low in your body and it is a sign of liver disease. 3. Crack Or Split Nails: You may observe that sometimes your nail just cracks and splits, and moves out from the nail bed. This is caused if you are suffering from thyroid disorder, advanced stage of diabetes and if the blood circulation is not normal. 4. Bluish And Black Lines In Nails: Certain blue and black lines appear in your nails when you dash against something hard. But be careful it can also be caused when one is suffering from lung problem or melanoma, a type of skin cancer. Many of us tend to ignore this sign, but this should not be done. 5. Spoon Shaped Nails: If you are suffering from iron deficiency or anaemia you can observe that the nail starts turning up and forms the shape of a spoon. This is because the blood flow to the fingers gets disrupted. It is seen occurring when one is suffering from thyroid and heart problem. 6. Clubbing Of Nails: Sometimes you see that the tip of the finger enlarges and the nail tends to take a curve around the fingertips. This is a sign that one might be suffering from deadly lung disease, heart problem, liver disease and AIDS as well. 7. Deep Lines Across Nails: The deep lines across the nails also known as the Beau's Line is a sign that the person is suffering from zinc deficiency. This leads to increased hair loss, severe eye problem, weight loss and mental retardation. Video URL : https://youtu.be/rLGB6xBy7wY
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7 Signs and Symptoms of Non Small Cell Lung Cancer
 
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Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfR3Y90G-fFDYI6i7E7xPBQ 7 Signs and Symptoms of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer 1. Endless Coughing Smoking can often cause bouts of coughing, but if you’re not a smoker or notice your cough is getting worse, you should have it checked out. The American Cancer Society explains that a cough that gets worse or doesn’t go away is a sign of NSCLC. The same source also notes you may notice you’re coughing up blood or “rust-colored” phlegm, which is also a telltale sign of this form a lung cancer. You’ll likely also experience pain when you’re coughing as well, it adds. 2. Weight Loss If you have unexplained weight loss and you’ve been eating the same volume of food as always, it could be a sign of a bigger problem. Although many health conditions can lead you to lose weight, if you have some of the other symptoms mentioned in this article, you could be dealing with NSCLC. The Canadian Cancer Society notes that while the stage of the cancer is important to the final outcome (stages 0 and 1 have a better survival rate), patients with NSCLC who have lost weight generally have a less favorable prognosis. 3. Neurological Symptoms As mentioned before, sometimes lung cancers aren’t noticed by the patient until they’ve spread to other parts of the body. Cancer Treatment Centers of America explains that lung cancer may spread to the brain, where it can wreak havoc in other ways. More specifically, headaches and seizures may result, adds the source. The patient may also experience numbness or weakness in arms and legs if the tumor is resting on a nerve, it explains. 4. Fatigue Cancer.net explains that feeling weak and tired could be tied to this form of lung cancer, but aren’t necessarily a sign the cancer has spread. “Cancer anywhere in the body can cause a person to feel unwell in a general way,” it explains. This feeling of being “out of sorts” can also lead to loss of appetite, which could be responsible for the aforementioned weight loss, it adds. And of course, lack of eating will probably do nothing for your energy levels. 5. Aching Bones A post on the U.S. National Library of Medicine explains that up to 40-percent of lung cancer patients will have the disease spread to their bones at some point. Unfortunately, it isn’t generally good news when cancer spreads to the bones – it accounts for up to 350,000 cancer patient deaths each year, notes the source. The article says a study found that the most common site of skeletal metastases (spreading) was to the spine, occurring in about 50-percent of cases involving NSCLC. The ribs were the next most common place, it adds, noting pain is the first symptom of bone metastases in 80-percent of patients. 6. Clubbed Toes/Fingers Reader’s Digest points out that another possible symptom associated with lung cancer is clubbing, which causes fingers and toes to get wider and rounder. “Lung cancer and heart disease decrease vascular resistance, which means blood flow to the small arteries in the toenails and fingertips will increase,” explains the source. Clubbing can also be caused by other health conditions such as chronic lung infection and intestinal disease, it adds. Although patients “are typically aware they have a disease that is causing the clubbing,” it’s best to have it assessed by a medical pro, it adds. 7. Paraneoplastic Syndromes These are a collection of symptoms that could actually be early warning signs of NSCLC, but some doctors may mistake them for another cause, explains the American Cancer Society. The syndromes are a result of “hormone-like substances” entering the bloodstream, as a result of the lung cancer. These hormones can cause problems with other parts of the body, even though the cancer hasn’t actually spread to those areas, it adds. The syndromes may include high calcium levels (which carries a host of problems like dizziness and nausea), excess growth of bones that can be painful, and even blood clots, explains the cancer society.
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Lung cancer symptoms: Fingers that do this at the ends could be a sign of the disease
 
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Lung cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in the UK, affecting around 44,500 people.Symptoms of this type of cancer develop as the condition progresses, and in the early stages, signs can be hard to detect.Many of the symptoms of lung cancer could be mistaken for less common health conditions, like a persistent cough or loss of appetite.Less common signs of the disease may surprise people, such as changes in the appearance of your fingers. The NHS lists the main symptoms of lung cancer:A cough that doesn’t go away after two or three weeksA long-standing cough that gets worsePersistent chest infectionsAn ache or pain when breathing or coughingPersistent breathlessnessPersistent tiredness or lack of energyLoss of appetite or unexplained weight lossLess common symptoms of the disease include finger clubbing.Finger clubbing is when the ends of your fingers become more curved or appear larger. Lung cancer signs and symptoms Thu, January 11, 2018 Chesty dry coughs could be due to a common cold, but they could also be a sign of something more serious, like lung cancer. Here are the main signs to be aware of. Play slideshow Lung cancer signs and symptoms Other less common symptoms of lung cancer include:A high temperature (fever of 38C or above)Difficulty swallowing or pain when swallowingWheezingA hoarse voiceSwelling of your face or neckPersistent chest or shoulder painIf you experience any of the signs and symptoms you should visit your GP.Another sign your cough could be linked to lung cancer is if you start coughing up blood. This may be small amounts of blood and you may cough up rust coloured phlegm.Your sputum, another word for phlegm, could also have flecks of red in it.It is more unusual to cough up larger amounts of blood, but you should see you GP straight away if this happens.Swelling in the face can be linked to lung cancer, but why does this happen?This can be a result of a superior vena cava obstruction.The superior vena cava is a large vein in the chest which carries blood from the upper half of the body into the heart.A superior vena cava obstruction happens when something blocks this blood flow, explains Macmillan.
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Nail clubbing causes and stages mnemonics
 
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this contains clinical mnemonic clubbin various causes and lung causes and stages of clubbing Mnemonics by Muhammad Ramzan Ul Rehman
Clubbed Foot Nails || Clubbing of Nails
 
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The video shows clubbed toenails in a patient with pulmonary disease, may be interstitial lung disease. Schamroth's sign is used to assess the clubbing of . This was a young patient a kind of respiratory disease, may be interstitial pulmonary disease (IPF ) or interstitial lung disease (ILD). Schamroth's sign is used to . This video shows clubbed finger nails in a patient with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. Schamroth's sign is used to assess the clubbing of fingers. In a clubbed . You guys can order ALL PRODUCTS THAT I USE IN MY NAIL EXTENTIONS WORKS AND NAIL DESIGN! NOW WE HAVE FIX PRICE FOR THE EACH NAIL .
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Grade 4 Clubbing of fingernails n toes in CHD young girl
 
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ALMOST LOST MY FINGER CLUBBING: STORY TIME
 
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WARNING SIGNS FROM YOUR FINGERNAILS ABOUT YOUR HEALTH | Healthy Living Tips
 
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Most people don’t consider this important, but our fingernails can actually tell a lot about our health. Any kind of change in the nails may indicate a certain disease or condition, which is why we need to pay more attention to them. ▶ Download Android App for Free - https://goo.gl/GnKAsj Take a look at your nails – have they changed their color or have dips and ridges on them? Are they thicker than usually or chipped? All these changes can indicate serious health problems and help you detect the problem on time. Here are 8 nail changes which indicate serious health problems: CLUBBED NAILS If your nails are clubbed and “puffed” around the fingers, it may be a sign of inflammatory bowel disease, respiratory disease, AIDS or liver disease. Dry AND BRITTLE NAILS Brittle and dry nails are usually associated with hormonal imbalance or bacterial and fungal infections. RIDGES ON THE NAILS Ridges on the fingernails may be a warning sign of arthritis, iron deficiency or lupus. If you notice ridges on your nails you should visit your doctor as soon as possible. PITTED NAILS Small dips and pits in the nails usually indicate alopecia areata, psoriasis, connective tissue problems or zinc deficiency. SPOONED NAILS If your nails look curved like a spoon, you might be suffering from iron deficiency, hypothyroidism, heart disease or hemochromatosis (a liver disorder caused by high iron absorption). SPLIT NAILS Split nails have a tendency to flake and are generally caused by malnutrition, some nutrients deficiencies (folic acid, vitamin C, protein) or psoriasis. THICKENED NAILS The nails should be thin, smooth and strong, and never thick. Thickened nails indicate circulation problems, lung diseases, fungal infections, thyroid problems or psoriasis. DISCOLORED NAILS The color of your nails can tell you if you’re suffering from a certain problem. White nails may be a sign of hepatitis, while dark stripes near the top indicate congestive heart failure. Blue nails are a sign of low blood oxygen levels, while green nails indicate bacterial infections. Dull-colored nails are a sign of vitamin deficiencies, while red streaks on the fingernails may be an early sign of heart valve infections. As you can see, our fingernails can tell a lot about our health, which is why it’s important to notice any kind of change and take it seriously.
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Clubbed Foot Nails || Clubbing of Nails
 
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The video shows clubbed toenails in a patient with pulmonary disease, may be interstitial lung disease. Schamroth's sign is used to assess the clubbing of fingers. In a clubbed finger, Lovibond ange is lost. Normal Lovibond angle is less than 165. Causes of clubbed nails are: - Lung cancer - Interstitial lung disease - Mesothelioma - Congenital cyanotic heart disease - Subacute bacterial endocarditis - Tetrology of Fallot (TOF) - Malabsorption - Crohn's disease - Ulcerative colitis - Cirrhosis of liver - Grave's disease What is the pathophysiology of clubbing? Answer: Exact pathophysiology of clubbed toenails or clubbed fingers is unknown. However, some causes have been proposed. Most important proposed suggestions include vasodilation, growth factors and abnormalities in prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) metabolism. What is the treatment of clubbing? Answer: There is no specific treatment for the clubbed nails, either finger or toenails. It can be reversed if the underlying cause is diagnosed and treated on early basis. Reversal is unlikely if the disease is advanced, standing for a long period of time or collagen deposition has occurred. However, it has been reported that clubbed fingers in a patient with pachydermoperiostosis responded to etoricoxib. No surgical procedures are available for clubbing except excising the tumor of the other causes causing the clubbing. Hope it clears everything. Do Not Forget to Subscribe! More Videos: 1. Clubbed Nails || Clubbing of Nails, Link: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=zCEqirckhAk 2. Chest Tube Intubation || Tube Thoracostomy, Link: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=QWN4dqXdiig 3. Cannonball Appearance on Xray || Pulmonary Metastasis, Link: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=5cDm79A2IO0
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Clubbed fingers | clubbing | schamroth’s sign
 
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Clubbing of fingers is a symptom which is caused by certain diseases. In this video I have talked about schamroths sign, how to find clubbing, schamroths window, clubbing causes at are explained... this video for all board exams usmle, next-ph
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Nail Symptoms and What It Means for Your Health! | Nail Symptoms
 
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Mechanisms of clubbing || Clubbing || NEET PG||
 
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Mechanisms and definitions of clubbing video for NEET PG preparation. Video on Grades of clubbing - https://youtu.be/97N84YpDnCg Add us as youtube contact - https://youtu.be/addme/WP6x3rtiavL4ZpnvW9q_iud1Yiu30g Social media links - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MBBS-Diseases_com-124746434839452/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/DiseasesMbbs?s=09 Email - diseases007@gmail.com Ask for any queries. Subscribe for more videos.
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Nail Symptoms and What It Means for Your Health!
 
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Did you know that your fingernails can provide clues to your overall health? Healthy nails grow, on average 3.5 millimeters a month, but this is influenced by your nutritional status, medications, trauma, chronic disease, and the aging process itself. If you notice any significant changes in your nails, including swelling, discolorations, or changes in shape or thickness, see a dermatologist right away. It could be nothing, or it could be due to an underlying condition. Below are the nail symptoms you might experience in your lifetime and what they mean for your health. White Lines Across Nails Also dubbed "Muehrcke's lines," these double white lines run horizontally across the nails, and are typically most clearly seen on the index, middle, and ring fingers. Commonly, these lines can indicate low levels of protein in the blood, which can be caused by liver disease or malnutrition, or during periods of stress, especially ones that affect your metabolism. Dark Stripes Running Down Nails In many cases, these dark, vertical stripes across your nails are harmless. However, there is a chance that they could be a sign of subungual melanoma, an extremely ferocious form of cancer that occurs on the toes or fingers. Red Or Brown Streaks Underneath Nails Also called splinter hemorrhage, these thin, reddish brown streaks underneath the nails are primarily tiny, damaged blood vessels. They can indicate wider, more severe causes that have to do with inflammation or swelling, including medical conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis. Discolored Nails Discolored nails can indicate various things, including signs of an infection, a nutritional deficiency, and a problem with one of your organs. Yellowish nail points to a fungal nail infection, or even psoriasis. Brown nails can indicate a thyroid disease or malnutrition. White nails can point to an iron deficiency. Bluish-gray tint can mean that your body might not be getting enough oxygen. It could also point to an issue with your lungs or heart. Brittle, Crumbly Nails Dry, brittle nails that frequently split or crack have been linked to things like thyroid disease and fungal infections. They can also indicate lichen planus, a condition that results in itchy rashes on the skin or around the mouth. Thickened Nails Among many other possible causes, thickened nails can form due to reactive arthritis (a really painful kind of inflammatory arthritis) and lung diseases. Another possible explanation is poor circulation. Medical conditions, like diabetes, can slow down the blood flow through the fingers and toes, and affect the quality of the skin. Spoon-Shaped Nails Spoon-shaped fingernails curve inward, and look like they are "scooping" outward. They can indicate a condition known as koilonychia, a disease that can be an indicator of hypochromic anemia, which leaves the red blood cells paler than normal. In addition, these nails can be a sign of hemochromatosis, a liver condition that is caused by a surplus of iron. They can also be a sign of heart disease or hypothyroidism. Pitting Or Denting In Nails Medical conditions such as psoriasis and reactive arthritis are likely be the reason that you're seeing little dents in your nails. Other possibilities include eczema and alopecia areata, a genetic disease that results in spot baldness. Grooves In Nails Also dubbed "Beau's lines," these horizontal grooves are ridges and indentations in the nails. There are several causes, including malfunctions during cell division, infections in the nail fold, or finger injuries. Nail Clubbing Also known as drumstick fingers and watch-glass nails, clubbed nails occur when the nails curve around the fingertips. This could be totally harmless — there might be an increased blood flow to the fingertips, and this could even be a genetic occurrence. Clubbed nails could also indicate lung and liver disease, heart disease, and inflammatory bowel disease, according to Hills.
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Nail clubbing (Medical Symptom)
 
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Possible causes of Nail clubbing (Medical Symptom) In medicine, nail clubbing is a deformity of the fingers and fingernails associated with a number of diseases, mostly of the heart and lungs This video contains general medical information. If in doubt, always seek professional medical advice. The medical information is not advice and should not be treated as such. The medical information is provided without any representations or warranties, express or implied. We do not warrant or represent that the medical information on this websiteis true, accurate, complete, current or non-misleading Music: 'Undaunted' Kevin Macleod CC-BY-3.0 Source/Images: "Nail clubbing" CC-BY-2.5 https://www.freebase.com/m/02qbnn
Finger nail clubbing
 
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How to check for finger clubbing in a patient, including an example of pathology and common causes of finger nail clubbing
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Clubbed Nails || Clubbing of Nails
 
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This was a young patient a kind of respiratory disease, may be interstitial pulmonary disease (IPF ) or interstitial lung disease (ILD). Schamroth's sign is used to assess the clubbing of fingers. In a clubbed finger, Lovibond ange is lost. Normal Lovibond angle is less than 165. Causes of clubbed nails are: - Lung cancer - Interstitial lung disease - Mesothelioma - Congenital cyanotic heart disease - Subacute bacterial endocarditis - Tetrology of Fallot (TOF) - Malabsorption - Crohn's disease - Ulcerative colitis - Cirrhosis of liver - Grave's disease What is the treatment of clubbing? There is no specific treatment for the clubbed nails, either finger or toenails. It can be reversed if the underlying cause is diagnosed and treated on early basis. Reversal is unlikely if the disease is advanced, standing for a long period of time or collagen deposition has occurred. However, it has been reported that clubbed fingers in a patient with pachydermoperiostosis responded to etoricoxib. No surgical procedures are available for clubbing except excising the tumor of the other causes causing the clubbing. Hope it clears everything. Do Not Forget to Subscribe! More Videos: 1. Clubbed Foot Nails || Clubbing of Nails, Link: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=Z6ZAvJJNrFM 2. Chest Tube Intubation || Tube Thoracostomy, Link: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=QWN4dqXdiig 3. Cannonball Appearance on Xray || Pulmonary Metastasis, Link: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=5cDm79A2IO0
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Finger clubbing
 
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I said there were two cardiac lesions that produce finger clubbing you now have had them both one is infective endocardritis and the other is any form of cyanotic heart diseases a condition in which there is expansion distal compartment of the fingers so that if you were to look at the fingers from the side you would lose the angle between nail which is this thing and the nail bed that is what's behind it there is usually an obtuse angle this gets flatten out and sometimes there is expansion if the soft tissue so that the end of the, fingers look like end of a drum stick and that's called finger clubbing.
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Clubbing of toes in a cyanotic child tetralogy of Fallot TOF
 
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Nail Clubbing: Causes in 75 seconds... #aroraBites
 
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10 Things Your Nails Can Reveal About Your Health
 
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Nails are often regarded as a purely aesthetic feature, and the $768 million spent annually on nail polish (in the U.S. alone) can attest to that.1 Yet, your nails are far more than a platform for bright colors and nail art. The shape, texture, and color of your natural nails act as a window into your body, and while some nail symptoms are harmless, others can be indicative of chronic diseases, including cancer. As noted by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD):2 "Nails often reflect our general state of health. Changes in the nail, such as discoloration or thickening, can signal health problems including liver and kidney diseases, heart and lung conditions, anemia, and diabetes." Even the growth rate of your nails may give clues about your underlying health. Healthy nails grow, on average 3.5 millimeters (mm) a month, but this is influenced by your nutritional status, medications, trauma, chronic disease, and the aging process itself.3 If you notice any significant changes in your nails, including swelling, discolorations, or changes in shape or thickness, see a dermatologist right away. It could be nothing, or it could be due to an underlying condition (for instance, nail problems are more common in people with diabetes). In this video, we list 10 nail symptoms you might experience in your lifetime and what they mean for your health. 1. yellow nails 2. dry, cracked and brittle nails 3. clubbing nails 4. white spots 5. horizontal ridges 6. vertical ridges 7. spoon nails 8. pitting 9. dark discolorations 10. White Nails with a Strip of Pink New videos everyday! Subscribe our channel ► https://goo.gl/1dVtUS More info at our website ►http://ohmyhealth.info/ Thank you for watching. Don't forget to comment, rate, and share this video. Subscribe for more videos from Intan Farisha. Dreamer Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted. "Fair Use" guidelines: www.copyright.gov/fls/fl102.html
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Club Fingers are So Cool
 
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I show everyone how cool I am. Mmhmm.
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Is clubbed fingers hereditary
 
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10 Useful Facts of Fingernails. Which Say About Your Health.
 
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10 types of Fingernails Say About Your Health. You may be obsessed with nail art or manicures but that’s not where you should focus your energy. Do you know that every year Americans spend more than $700 million on nail polish alone? But what if we tell you nails can help you understand your health and even get ahead in your health check-ups. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, the shape, texture and colour of your fingernails can reveal a lot about your health problems. In fact the change in your nails can also predict any medical issue you might be going through. So how can nails help you keep your health good. Lets see. Number 1) Stay away from yellow. Yellow nails are never a good sign. Yes your nails can acquire a yellow-ish hue owing to your age or because of an old nail paint, but in most cases, yellow nails are a sign of fungal infection. Some medical studies have connected yellow nails to thyroids and diabetes. If you find your nails yellowing gradually, seek doctor’s help. Number 2) Are your nails too dry? Extremely dry and brittle nails are also connected to some unfortunate diseases.If your nails break off easily or are never in shape, or if they are too dry and flaky, chances are you have tendencies of thyroid disease. Cracked nails or split nails can happen due to a specific condition called hypothyroidism, which is a disease and should be identified swiftly. Number 3) What is clubbing? You probably have clubbed nails but you don’t even realize it. Clubbing is when your nails are overgrown and the tips start curving downwards. You probably see it and think it’s natural but clubbed nails are related to heart disorders, lung diseases and irritable bowel syndrome. Number 4) Notice those white spots? Probably the only nail condition which is not very telling. You probably have multiple white spots on your nails but they should not alarm you. White spots often appear on fingernails after some sort of nail trauma, and are not to be taken too seriously. Number 5) Horizontal ridges. Have you ever noticed horizontal ridges on your nails? They may be totally normal but should not be totally avoided. The ridges or unevenness are sometimes caused by nail trauma but can be associated with a high fever or a prolonged illness. Doctors explain that these ridges occur as the body works harder to fight the bacteria and germs. Number 6) Discoloured lines are never good. Have you ever noticed strange faded lines on your nails, which sometimes turn into dents? Doctors believe that discoloration is a sign of melanoma, which is a type of skin cancer. Which is why you should always consult a doctor if you experience it. Number 7) Do you bite your nails? You might be a nail-biter, as are millions of people around the world. But do you know what it suggests? Nail biting is a sign of obsessive-compulsive disorder or OCD. People often bite their nails under stress or if they’re suffering from OCD. Interestingly, if OCD takes over your life and messes with your daily routine, it is essential to talk to a doctor. Number 8) Beware of infection. Do you know biting your nails can cause infection and sometimes it can lead to something serious? As you bite your nails, yeast or bacteria or other germs which are often found in our saliva or skin can enter your nails and cause infection. Remember our skin and nails have different immunity guards. And deals with germs differently. Number 9) Should be careful with kids. Scientists have noticed that nail-biting is a habit which starts from a very young age, mostly teenage or adolescence. People rarely develop a habit of biting nails as an adult. Which is why parents need to be careful about letting their children develop this unseemly habit. Number 10) What causes bluish nails? Have you ever seen your nails turn blue? If not, that’s a good sign. But you must note that if your fingernails turn bluish it is a sign of lack of oxygen in your system. This is obviously associated with a lung or a heart disorder. Please click this link to subscribe this channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvJWVaiQTZJVEFDW1T2F7HA?sub_confirmation=1 Images and videos used in this video is from the copyrighted owner. so credits goes to this owner.
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Grade 4 Clubbing of fingernails in CHD in young girl 17yrs old
 
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10 Things Your Nails Can Reveal About Your Health
 
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10 Things Your Nails Can Reveal About Your Health Nails are often regarded as a purely aesthetic feature, and the $768 million spent annually on nail polish (in the U.S. alone) can attest to that.1 Yet, your nails are far more than a platform for bright colors and nail art. The shape, texture, and color of your natural nails act as a window into your body, and while some nail symptoms are harmless, others can be indicative of chronic diseases, including cancer. As noted by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD):2 "Nails often reflect our general state of health. Changes in the nail, such as discoloration or thickening, can signal health problems including liver and kidney diseases, heart and lung conditions, anemia, and diabetes." Even the growth rate of your nails may give clues about your underlying health. Healthy nails grow, on average 3.5 millimeters (mm) a month, but this is influenced by your nutritional status, medications, trauma, chronic disease, and the aging process itself.3 If you notice any significant changes in your nails, including swelling, discolorations, or changes in shape or thickness, see a dermatologist right away. It could be nothing, or it could be due to an underlying condition (for instance, nail problems are more common in people with diabetes). Below are 10 nail symptoms you might experience in your lifetime and what they mean for your health. 1. Yellow Nails Your nails may yellow with age or due to the use of acrylic nails or nail polish. Smoking can also stain nails a yellowish hue. If your nails are thick, crumbly, and yellow, a fungal infection could be to blame. Less often, yellow nails may be related to thyroid disease, diabetes, psoriasis, or respiratory disease (such as chronic bronchitis). 2. White Spots Small white spots on your nails are usually the result of nail trauma. They're not cause for concern and will fade or grow out on their own. Less commonly, white spots that do not go away could be due to a fungal infection. 3. Dry, Cracked or Brittle Nails Lifestyle factors may play a role here, such as if you have your hands in water a lot (washing dishes, swimming, etc.), use nail polish remover frequently, are exposed to chemicals (such as cleaning products) often, or live in a region with low humidity. Cracking and splitting can also be caused by a fungal infection or thyroid disease, particularly hypothyroidism. Brittle nails may also be due to a deficiency in vitamins A and C or the B vitamin biotin. 4. Clubbing Clubbing describes when your fingertips become enlarged and the nail becomes curved downward. It can be a sign of low oxygen in your blood and is associated with lung disease. Clubbing can also be related to liver or kidney disease, heart disease, inflammatory bowel disease, and AIDS. 5. Horizontal Ridges Horizontal ridges may also be due to trauma or a serious illness with a high fever (such as from scarlet fever or pneumonia). John Anthony, M.D., a dermatologist at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, explained them this way to TIME: "This is typically the result of direct trauma to the nail or a more serious illness, in which case you'll see it on more than one nail at a time … Your body is literally saying, 'I've got better things to do than make nails' and pauses their growth." Horizontal ridges, also known as Beau's lines, may also be due to psoriasis, uncontrolled diabetes, circulatory disease, or severe zinc deficiency. Another type of horizontal line is known as Mees' lines, which are horizontal discolorations that may be due to arsenic poisoning, Hodgkin's disease, malaria, leprosy, or carbon monoxide poisoning. 6. Vertical Ridges Vertical ridges are typically a normal sign of aging and are not a cause for concern. They may become more prominent as you get older. In some cases, nail ridges may be de to nutrient deficiencies, including vitamin B12 and magnesium. 7. Spoon Nails Nails that curve upward at the edges, taking on a spoon-like appearance, may be a sign of iron-deficiency anemia, hemochromatosis (excess iron absorption), heart disease, or hypothyroidism. 8. Dark Discolorations Black streaks or painful growths on your nail warrant an immediate trip to your physician, as they may be due to melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. 9. Pitting If your nails have multiple pits or dents, it's often a sign of psoriasis. Nail pitting may also be due to connective tissue disorders (including Reiter's syndrome) or alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss. 10. White Nails with a Strip of Pink If your nails are mostly white with a narrow pink strip at the top, known as Terry's nails, it could be a sign of liver disease, congestive heart failure, kidney failure, or diabetes. Sometimes Terry's nails may also be due to aging. 10 Things Your Nails Can Reveal About Your Health Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
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Multi Drug Resistant Tuberculosis, Bronchiectasis, Finger Nail Clubbing, Cardiac Temponade, Edema
 
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The patient presented with history of multiple times anti-tuberculous therapy. Now, presentation was shortness of breath. His diagnosis was multi-drug resistant tuberculous, bronchiectatsis, cardiac temponade (pericardial effusion) with generalized body swelling and finger nail clubbing. Subscribe our channel.
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Lung cancer - breathing improves after prayer - John Mellor Healing Ministry
 
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Chemo lung damage breathing improves after prayer - John Mellor Healing Ministry. http://www.johnmellor.org. John Mellor, an International Australian Healing Evangelist. John Mellor has a gift of healing and miracles with a ministry of praying for the sick in Jesus' name. John Mellor sees many miracles and healings of every type of physical illness, emotional disorder and mental illness. John Mellor sees hundreds more testimonies at our YouTube Channel, John Mellor Ministries. If you would like to find out where John Mellor is ministering, see his itinerary at www.johnmellor.org.
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7 Things Your Hands Can Tell About Your Health
 
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► 7 Things Your Hands Can Tell About Your Health Hands are one of the first body parts to show signs of aging. But they can also indicate certain health problems. Doctors say that, the condition of your hands can be a result of several medical changes going on elsewhere in your body. Red palms: Doctors explain that, red palms can be a sign of liver problems, especially if you are over 50 years old. Usually the redness is located in the outer edge of the palm. The possible reason for red palms is a change in the hormonal balance, which causes blood vessel dilation. Rheumatoid arthritis can be also a reason for redness on the palms. If you’ve spotted red areas on your hands, you should get medical advice to find out the true reason for it. Meanwhile, try to switch to a healthy diet and lower your alcohol intake. Sweaty palms: There are several possible reasons for sweaty palms: Excessive sweating. Stress. Overactive thyroid. In case of hyperhidrosis, which is excessive sweating, you can try strong antiperspirants. You can also get a medical procedure done to fight hyperhidrosis. Try to limit your alcohol intake and learn to control your stress levels (meditation, “inhale-exhale” technique). If nothing seems to work you should definitely make a doctor’s appointment. Loss of sensitivity and tingling: Sometimes we wake up with the feeling that, we have lost sensitivity in certain parts of our body, and when we move it starts tingling. Usually it’s just because we pressed on the sensory nerve for a long time. The tingling is the time that the nerve needs to get back to work. In some cases these symptoms in the hands can be a sign of a more serious problem like cervical osteochondrosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, venous thrombosis of the limb, a brachial plexus injury, anemia or diabetes. If you often experience loss of sensitivity in your hands without an obvious reason, go and consult with your doctor. Dry hands: The most common reasons for dry skin on the hands are dehydration and estrogen deficiency, which goes hand-in-hand with menopause. To avoid dehydration drink enough water, and use moisturizing hand creams. Include oily fish, seeds, and nuts in your diet. Visit your doctor for hormonal replacement therapy, it will help you to control the estrogen drop. Trembling hands: It’s known that shaking hands can be a sign of serious health problems like Parkinson’s Disease. If you have serious concern go and get medical advice. In the meantime limit your strong coffee and alcohol intake, because they can also cause trembling hands. Other possible reasons are anxiety and major stress. Weak nails: Weak or cracked nails can be a symptom of zinc deficiency. Zinc is really important for our health, it promotes wound healing, helps cells divide, and strengthens the immune system. Add some zinc-rich foods to you diet like oats, nuts, and meat. Doctors also recommend taking zinc as a supplement if its level is low in your body. Clubbed fingers If your fingers look like a club or a drumstick, where the nail and finger develop a bulbous end, usually there’s a deficit of the oxygen in your body. It may be the symptom of a more serious disease like lung cancer or heart disease. Go and get professional medical advice if you experience “clubbing.” ★ Please leave a like if you enjoyed and tell me what you think in the comments! ★ Don't forget to subscribe my channel to help us reach to 100.000 Subscribers : https://goo.gl/29sHF2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ★ VIEW MORE: ➞ Tips & Tricks: https://goo.gl/UdhRLs ➞ Natural Remedies: https://goo.gl/djrthu ➞ Diet & Weight Loss: https://goo.gl/7sEJCX ➞ Beauty Tips: https://goo.gl/E3nsCd ➞ Healthy Drinks: https://goo.gl/BSGh2E --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ★ Like our facebook page: https://goo.gl/tVNSqu --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ★ Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/)
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Dyspnea and Nail clubbing (Medical Symptom)
 
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Possible causes of Dyspnea and Nail clubbing (Medical Symptom) Dyspnea dyspnoea, shortness of breath or breathlessness is the feeling or feelings associated with impaired breathing In medicine, nail clubbing is a deformity of the fingers and fingernails associated with a number of diseases, mostly of the heart and lungs This video contains general medical information. If in doubt, always seek professional medical advice. The medical information is not advice and should not be treated as such. The medical information is provided without any representations or warranties, express or implied. We do not warrant or represent that the medical information on this websiteis true, accurate, complete, current or non-misleading Music: 'Undaunted' Kevin Macleod CC-BY-3.0 Source/Images: "Dyspnea" CC-BY-2.5 https://www.freebase.com/m/01cdt5 Source/Images: "Nail clubbing" CC-BY-2.5 https://www.freebase.com/m/02qbnn
Virginia dentists keep dying of rare lung disease, CDC doesn't know why
 
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For story suggestions or custom animation requests, contact tips@nextanimation.com.tw. Visit http://archive.nextanimationstudio.com to view News Direct's complete archive of 3D news animations. RESTRICTIONS: Broadcast: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN Digital: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN Officials at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control are trying to figure out why dentists in Virginia have been dying of a rare form of lung disease. The CDC has identified nine dentists or dental workers who were diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, or IPF, all of whom were treated at the same specialty clinic in Virginia, the agency said in its Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. Of the nine cases, seven have died, the report said. Around 200,000 people in the U.S. have IPF at any one time, according to the American Thoracic Society. Citing a review in the journal Industrial Health, the CDC said that dental professionals were 23 times more likely to have IPF than the rest of the population. IPF causes scarring of the lungs and can be treated, but not cured. Over time, sufferers have difficulty getting oxygen to the body's organs. Doctors still don't know what causes IPF. Patients usually live three to five years after being diagnosed. Signs of IPF include shortness of breath, a chronic and dry cough, weight loss, fatigue, joint and muscle pains and clubbed fingers or toes. RUNDOWN SHOWS: 1. Nine dental workers have been diagnosed with IPF 2. Around 200,000 people in the U.S. have IPF at any one time, dentists were 23 times more likely to have IPF than rest of population 3. IPF causes scarring in the lungs 4. IPF symptoms VOICEOVER (in English): "Officials at the CDC have identified nine dentists or dental workers who were diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, or IPF, all of whom were treated at the same specialty clinic in Virginia. Of the nine cases, seven have died." "Around 200,000 people in the U.S. have IPF at any one time. Dental professionals are 23 times more likely to have IPF than the rest of the population, according to research cited by the CDC." "IPF causes scarring of the lungs and can be treated, but not cured. Over time, sufferers have difficulty getting oxygen to the body's vital organs like the heart and brain." "Signs of IPF include shortness of breath, a chronic and dry cough, weight loss, fatigue, joint and muscle pains and clubbed fingers or toes." SOURCES: Centers for Disease Control, American Thoracic Society, Industrial Health https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/67/wr/mm6709a2.htm?s_cid=mm6709a2_w https://www.thoracic.org/patients/lung-disease-week/2015/pulmonary-fibrosis-week/general-info.php https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/indhealth/45/5/45_5_611/_article http://www.newsweek.com/dentists-mysteriously-dying-lung-disease-idiopathic-pulmonary-fibrosis-cdc-838559 *** ----------------------------------------­­---------------------------------------­-­---------------- Next Animation Studio’s News Direct service provides daily, high-quality, informative 3D news animations that fill in for missing footage and help viewers understand breaking news stories or in-depth features on science, technology, and health. Sign up for a free trial of News Direct's news animations at http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio.com/trial/ To subscribe to News Direct or for more info, please visit: http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio.com
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Nail Symptoms and What It Means for Your Health! | Dr Nauman Niaz
 
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Did you know that your fingernails can provide clues to your overall health? Healthy nails grow, on average 3.5 millimeters a month, but this is influenced by your nutritional status, medications, trauma, chronic disease, and the aging process itself. If you notice any significant changes in your nails, including swelling, discolorations, or changes in shape or thickness, see a dermatologist right away. It could be nothing, or it could be due to an underlying condition. Below are the nail symptoms you might experience in your lifetime and what they mean for your health. White Lines Across Nails Also dubbed "Muehrcke's lines," these double white lines run horizontally across the nails, and are typically most clearly seen on the index, middle, and ring fingers. Commonly, these lines can indicate low levels of protein in the blood, which can be caused by liver disease or malnutrition, or during periods of stress, especially ones that affect your metabolism. Dark Stripes Running Down Nails In many cases, these dark, vertical stripes across your nails are harmless. However, there is a chance that they could be a sign of subungual melanoma, an extremely ferocious form of cancer that occurs on the toes or fingers. Red Or Brown Streaks Underneath Nails Also called splinter hemorrhage, these thin, reddish brown streaks underneath the nails are primarily tiny, damaged blood vessels. They can indicate wider, more severe causes that have to do with inflammation or swelling, including medical conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis. Discolored Nails Discolored nails can indicate various things, including signs of an infection, a nutritional deficiency, and a problem with one of your organs. Yellowish nail points to a fungal nail infection, or even psoriasis. Brown nails can indicate a thyroid disease or malnutrition. White nails can point to an iron deficiency. Bluish-gray tint can mean that your body might not be getting enough oxygen. It could also point to an issue with your lungs or heart. Brittle, Crumbly Nails Dry, brittle nails that frequently split or crack have been linked to things like thyroid disease and fungal infections. They can also indicate lichen planus, a condition that results in itchy rashes on the skin or around the mouth. Thickened Nails Among many other possible causes, thickened nails can form due to reactive arthritis (a really painful kind of inflammatory arthritis) and lung diseases. Another possible explanation is poor circulation. Medical conditions, like diabetes, can slow down the blood flow through the fingers and toes, and affect the quality of the skin. Spoon-Shaped Nails Spoon-shaped fingernails curve inward, and look like they are "scooping" outward. They can indicate a condition known as koilonychia, a disease that can be an indicator of hypochromic anemia, which leaves the red blood cells paler than normal. In addition, these nails can be a sign of hemochromatosis, a liver condition that is caused by a surplus of iron. They can also be a sign of heart disease or hypothyroidism. Pitting Or Denting In Nails Medical conditions such as psoriasis and reactive arthritis are likely be the reason that you're seeing little dents in your nails. Other possibilities include eczema and alopecia areata, a genetic disease that results in spot baldness. Grooves In Nails Also dubbed "Beau's lines," these horizontal grooves are ridges and indentations in the nails. There are several causes, including malfunctions during cell division, infections in the nail fold, or finger injuries. Nail Clubbing Also known as drumstick fingers and watch-glass nails, clubbed nails occur when the nails curve around the fingertips. This could be totally harmless — there might be an increased blood flow to the fingertips, and this could even be a genetic occurrence. Clubbed nails could also indicate lung and liver disease, heart disease, and inflammatory bowel disease, according to Hills. iOreal (tanolipak) ltd. Islamabad whatsapp 00923051727545 www.ioreal.pk
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Does you home has Asbestos problem - Dominick Ciccarelli
 
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Hazards of Asbestos exposure Asbestos is a carcinogenic material and thus, is extremely harmful for the health. Its exposure can cause life threatening diseases such as ovarian cancer, lung cancer and other ailments. This ailments result in clubbed fingers and loss of quality of life. Expert Dominick Ciccarelli explains that there are state regulations on how asbestos must be handled and all homeowners in New York City need to follow them.The safety measures are created for your protection against Asbestos.
BRIGHT/FAQ SERIES/?#7/WALTER'S FINGERS/NAILS/WHAT IS CLUBBING?
 
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Several readers of BRIGHT have asked me exactly what clubbing is. Sure Monty and Walter go "clubbing" a lot in Boise, but that's not the kind of "clubbing" these readers were curious about.
Tobacco
 
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Tobacco Visit our website: http://www.sliderbase.com/ Free PowerPoint Presentations for teaching and learning Human female chromosome map (XX). Alcohol and nicotine addiction may be in the genes (1) There is accumulation of carbon (smoke) within the walls of these air sacs in the lungs. This makes the air sacs inelastic and it is difficult for air to get out of the lungs (Emphysema) (9) Clubbing of the fingers is a common condition which may indicate cancers, liver diseases and lung disease Clubbed fingers - a sign of heart disease Cells lining the bronchus the large nuclei are in cancerous cells spreading along the bronchus Lung tissue blackened by smoke and showing large spaces due to emphysema The air sacs in the centre of the lung tissue in the picture have broken down. The black dots are smoke particles lodged in the tissues- this condition is emphysema This man is a heavy smoker (see nicotine stained fingers) and has led to vascular disease which has resulted in a blood clot on one of his fingers on his right hand Damaged toes due to poor blood circulation- will lead to amputation Amputated fingers- often as a result of damage to blood vessels due to smoking Franks sign - an ear lobe crease thought to be indicative of heart problems Fluid collecting in the tissues, note the dent where somebody has pressed on top of the hand- a sign of heart failure Heart:This slice is also through both ventricles (compare it to photo 38) The left ventricle is towards the right of the image as you look at it, and shows a white area of in the heart wall. This is tissue, which has died due to lack of blood supply Heart: The left ventricle is towards the left of the screen, and shows enormous thickening of the wall, particularly in relation to the small cavity. The heart is almost twice the size it should be, as it has had to work much harder than normal. Cervical cancer - the nucleus of this pink cell should be round- instead it is mis-shapen and is an early sign of cancer of the cervix
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LIL PUMP IS GOD
 
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Clubbing with Clubbing
 
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A normally fingered man's struggle to fit into a world in which finger clubbing is the norm. Desperate to have a chance at pulling a girl he fashions himseself some fake clubbed finger tips and heads for a big night out with his housemate.
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alt-J: "I'd give a middle finger to cancer" | VO5 NME Awards 2018
 
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alt-J talk winning Best British Band supported by Zig-Zag, headlining Latitude and Spice Girls at the VO5 NME Awards 2018.
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Rodeo team freshman loses thumb while tying horse, airlifted to hospital
 
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Mustang News reporter Allison Royal tells us about a freshman that lost her thumb in the beginning of April while caring for her horse.
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Leah Bracknell Has a Positive Outlook Despite Her Terminal Cancer Diagnosis | Lorraine
 
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Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1KyA9sV Former Emmerdale actress Leah Bracknell chats about how she maintains her positive outlook on life while living with terminal cancer. Broadcast on 20/12/2017 Like, follow and subscribe to Lorraine! Website: http://bit.ly/1E6BlKW YouTube: http://bit.ly/18cHdtx Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1E6Bhep Twitter: https://goo.gl/R5Jxmp Lorraine brings you up-to-date topical stories, the biggest celebrity interviews and tasty recipes as well as finger-on-the-pulse fashion tips and health advice from Dr Hilary Jones. Presenter Lorraine Kelly welcomes guests in her warm and friendly studio setting, where the likes of Mark Heyes, Dan Wootton and John Whaite share knowledge in their expert fields. Join Lorraine every weekday on ITV at 8.30am. http://www.itv.com
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