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1. Farsightedness
Farsightedness may mean nearby objects appear blurry, there's a need to squint to see clearly, affected person experiences eyestrain including burning eyes, aching in or around the eyes, and general eye discomfort or a headache after prolonged interval of doing close tasks. (Learn more→)

2. Nearsightedness
Symptoms includes blurry vision of objects that are distant, squinting in order to see distant objects clearly and headache. (Learn more→)

3. emetophobia
One major symptom of emetophobia is nausea, which then induces further anxiety. Emetophobes behave rather very strangely and have a number of different ways of doing everyday routines and tasks. Other symptoms include breathlessness, dry mouth and excessive sweating. Patients with this phobia have the tendency to shake and tremble. They have the inability to think clearly and they become psychologically unstable. (Learn more→)

4. Hyperopia
People with hyperopia can experience blurred vision, accommodative dysfunction, asthenopia, binocular dysfunction, amblyopia, and strabismus. The person may also experience general eye discomfort or a headache after a prolonged interval of doing close tasks, such as reading, writing, or drawing. (Learn more→)

5. Hordelum
Most sties typically fill with pus and then rupture. The release of pus produces one major symptom of sties - pain. Usually the sty then goes away. Symptoms of sties include (Learn more→)

6. Presbycusis
People suffering from presbycusis have difficulty understanding words especially if there are background noises and have the tendency to ask people to repeat saying what has been said and request others to speak slowly and more clearly. Because they are incapable to hear uttered words clearly, there are times when volume of radio and television are volume up. They may avoid being in social gatherings and tend to withdraw from conversations easily. (Learn more→)

7. Synovial
Synovial sarcoma usually arises with an otherwise asymptomatic swelling or mass, although general symptoms related to maligancies can be reported such as fatigue. (Learn more→)

8. Genuphobia
The common symptoms for genuphobia are the following (Learn more→)

9. Canker
Canker sores are not contagious but it can be very painful causing difficulty in eating and swallowing. Lesions that are either round or oval shaped with a white or yellow center and white border presenting with fever and weariness (lethargy) combined with swollen lymph nodes. (Learn more→)

10. Dysmenorrhea
Dull or excruciating pain in the lower abdomen that can be extremely severe to enable performing normal daily routines, which may radiate in the lower back and thighs. This is sometimes combined with sweating, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, and loose stools. (Learn more→)

11. Herniated
When a herniated disc presses on nerve roots, it may cause pain, numbness, and weakness in the area of the body where the nerve travels. A herniated disc in the lower back can cause pain and numbness in the buttock and below the leg. (Learn more→)

12. Complex
The main symptoms of this condition involve intense pain that is usually described as a burning sensation. Other symptoms associated include skin sensitivity, changes in the hair and nail growth, joint stiffness and damage. Atrophy or muscle spasm may also be experience as well as difficulty in movement of the affected area. (Learn more→)

13. Adenomyosis
The main symptom of adenomyosis is the absence of regular menstrual periods. Other key indicators include excessive menstrual bleeding, painful menstruation, headaches, passing blood clots during period and menstrual cramps. (Learn more→)

14. Intraocular
Most melanomas of the iris, ciliary or choroid are primarily completely asymptomatic. As the tumor grows, the tumor may cause distortion of the pupil (iris melanoma), blurred vision (ciliary body melanoma) or markedly decreased visual acuity from a secondary retinal detachment caused by a choroidal melanoma. (Learn more→)

15. Delirium
Signs and symptoms of delirium usually come and go all throughout the day, and often intensify over time. Symptoms include mental confusion, constant shifting of attention, and inability to name objects, incoherent speeches, and hallucinations. In some cases it also comes with emotional outbursts such as fear and anxiety. Some patients also display disruptive vocalization and significant decrease in activity. (Learn more→)

16. Sensory
The following are signs and symptoms of a person with Sensory integration dysfunction (Learn more→)

17. Spondylitis
Symptoms may vary and overlap with other conditions as the disease progresses. Listed below are some of the most common and general symptoms of spondylitis (Learn more→)

18. Breast
An appearance of swelling or lump in the breast coupled with a discharge from the nipple that can either be clear or bloody. Nipple can either show signs of retraction or indentation. Obvious change in the size and shape of the breast which may include redness or pitting of the skin over the breast. (Learn more→)

19. Ambiguous
Symptoms of an ambiguous genitalia includes an enlargement of the clitoris that may seem to appear as a small penis, concealment of the vagina due to a closed midline groove. It can also be a urethral opening near the scrotum or the absence of the testicles. (Learn more→)

20. Hives
Hives appear as small rounded welts that form rings or appear as large patches on the skin. These welts are usually itchy and may appear to be surrounded by a red flare, appearing in batches. Other signs of this skin disorder include swelling of the skin, large welts that can appear in the hands, feet and even in the genitalia as well as inside the throat. (Learn more→)

21. Scleroderma
Most of the time, initial signs and symptoms presents in the skin. The following are some of the skin symptoms of Scleroderma (Learn more→)

22. Acromicric
Aside from the smiling expression which remains on the face, other symptoms of the illness include having short stature; brachdactyly; delays on the development of the patient; speech retardation (which could be attributed to hearing problems); and multiplex-like alterations on the feet and hands (also known as dysostosis). Psychomotor retardation is not a common occurrence but it is still considered as one of the symptoms of acromicric dysplasia. All though there are a lot of retardation in different anatomical aspects, the intelligence of the patient remains intact, meaning, they manifest normal intelligence. There are some patients who show signs of the heart valves and liver being infiltrated with a mucopolysaccahride-like substance. This disorder has some similarities with other illnesses such as Moore-Ferdermann syndrome and geleophysic dysplasia. All three are characterized by the symptoms that have been previously mentioned and this is an indication that they have the same metabolic pathway. The difference is on the allelic forms of the illnesses. (Learn more→)

23. Aging
Aging, also known as the cycle of life, is any form of change of an organism as time passes. There are many dimensions to aging such the physical, psychological, mental, and emotional aspects. For example, the time of reaction of a human being is lessened or slowed as he ages while his wisdom and knowledge of facts may improve. There should be a distinction between universal aging (where all people go through) and probabilistic aging (which is a type of aging that occurs only to some and not all individuals). An example of probabilistic aging is the manifestation of diabetes mellitus. Chronological aging refers to the actual age of an individual and it can clearly be distinguished from social aging (where the society expects people to behave in accordance to their age and status). The third type of aging is biological aging (which is the person's physical state as he ages). Age measurement is done through entire years or months in the case of infants. An individual's birthday is often a significant event. As to mental aging, it is a bit more challenging to categorize individuals under this type because an older person does not guarantee mental or emotional capacities that are greater than the younger generation. (Learn more→)

24. Steatosis
The condition often has vague and nonspecific symptoms such as fatigue, malaise, a dull ache in the upper right abdomen, or a possible sign of an enlarged liver. The condition which is involved in a more advanced stage of liver disease, such as cirrhosis, the patient may experience a lack of appetite, weight loss, nausea, fatigue, or liver failure. (Learn more→)

25. Fissured
Fissured tongue usually affects the dorsum and would usually extend to the lateral borders of the tongue. When this is particularly prominent, the grooves may be interconnected, appearing more like several lobules. (Learn more→)

26. Larsen
Larsen syndrome is characterized and identifiable by means of the following fundamental symptoms (Learn more→)

27. Malouf
Malouf syndrome manifests one or more of the following symptoms (Learn more→)

28. Celiac
Symptoms of celiac sprue vary and sometimes make it difficult to diagnose those with the disease. In children, failure to thrive is a common symptom, but in all ages, diarrhea, weight loss, and fatigue also seem to be present. However, it must be noted that the symptoms are not always consistent and there may be a complete absence of all symptoms in some patients who have celiac sprue. In some cases, the symptoms are associated with the body's functioning to absorb nutrients, or other symptoms that are not related to bowel problems. Children less than 2 years old exhibit symptoms that closely identify bowel and growth problems not long after they have consumed gluten products. Adults with a mild celiac sprue commonly have anemia or fatigue. (Learn more→)

29. Photosensitivity
Sensitivity of the skin to a light source can take various forms. People with this particular skin types are more sensitive to sunburn. Particularly medications make the skin more sensitive to sunlight; these include most of the tetracycline antibiotics and the heart drug amiodarone. (Learn more→)

30. Duchenne
Usually symptoms show in male before age 6 and may happen in early infancy. Progressive weakness of the muscle legs as well as the pelvis with a loss of muscle mass is noticed and latter spreads to the arms, neck, and other areas. Early signs may include increased calf muscles (pseudohypertrophy) size, low strength and endurance levels, and difficulties in standing up and walking on stairs. As the condition progresses, muscle tissue experiences wasting and fibrosis, and is latter replaced by fat and connective tissue. By age 10, braces may be required for walking, and most patients are limitted to a wheelchair by age 12. Late stage symptoms include the abnormal development of the bone that often leads to some marked skeletal deformities including the curvature of the patient's spine, progressive loss of movement that will eventually lead to complete paralysis, along with an increase in the difficulty in breathing. Intellectual retardation may be present but does not usually progress as the child develops and ages. The condition is considered terminal and death will naturally occur before the patient reaches the age of 30. (Learn more→)

31. Farsightedness
Farsightedness may mean nearby objects appear blurry, there's a need to squint to see clearly, affected person experiences eyestrain including burning eyes, aching in or around the eyes, and general eye discomfort or a headache after prolonged interval of doing close tasks. (Learn more→)

32. Nearsightedness
Symptoms includes blurry vision of objects that are distant, squinting in order to see distant objects clearly and headache. (Learn more→)

33. emetophobia
One major symptom of emetophobia is nausea, which then induces further anxiety. Emetophobes behave rather very strangely and have a number of different ways of doing everyday routines and tasks. Other symptoms include breathlessness, dry mouth and excessive sweating. Patients with this phobia have the tendency to shake and tremble. They have the inability to think clearly and they become psychologically unstable. (Learn more→)

34. Hyperopia
People with hyperopia can experience blurred vision, accommodative dysfunction, asthenopia, binocular dysfunction, amblyopia, and strabismus. The person may also experience general eye discomfort or a headache after a prolonged interval of doing close tasks, such as reading, writing, or drawing. (Learn more→)

35. Hordelum
Most sties typically fill with pus and then rupture. The release of pus produces one major symptom of sties - pain. Usually the sty then goes away. Symptoms of sties include (Learn more→)

36. Presbycusis
People suffering from presbycusis have difficulty understanding words especially if there are background noises and have the tendency to ask people to repeat saying what has been said and request others to speak slowly and more clearly. Because they are incapable to hear uttered words clearly, there are times when volume of radio and television are volume up. They may avoid being in social gatherings and tend to withdraw from conversations easily. (Learn more→)

37. Synovial
Synovial sarcoma usually arises with an otherwise asymptomatic swelling or mass, although general symptoms related to maligancies can be reported such as fatigue. (Learn more→)

38. Genuphobia
The common symptoms for genuphobia are the following (Learn more→)

39. Canker
Canker sores are not contagious but it can be very painful causing difficulty in eating and swallowing. Lesions that are either round or oval shaped with a white or yellow center and white border presenting with fever and weariness (lethargy) combined with swollen lymph nodes. (Learn more→)

40. Dysmenorrhea
Dull or excruciating pain in the lower abdomen that can be extremely severe to enable performing normal daily routines, which may radiate in the lower back and thighs. This is sometimes combined with sweating, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, and loose stools. (Learn more→)

41. Herniated
When a herniated disc presses on nerve roots, it may cause pain, numbness, and weakness in the area of the body where the nerve travels. A herniated disc in the lower back can cause pain and numbness in the buttock and below the leg. (Learn more→)

42. Complex
The main symptoms of this condition involve intense pain that is usually described as a burning sensation. Other symptoms associated include skin sensitivity, changes in the hair and nail growth, joint stiffness and damage. Atrophy or muscle spasm may also be experience as well as difficulty in movement of the affected area. (Learn more→)

43. Adenomyosis
The main symptom of adenomyosis is the absence of regular menstrual periods. Other key indicators include excessive menstrual bleeding, painful menstruation, headaches, passing blood clots during period and menstrual cramps. (Learn more→)

44. Intraocular
Most melanomas of the iris, ciliary or choroid are primarily completely asymptomatic. As the tumor grows, the tumor may cause distortion of the pupil (iris melanoma), blurred vision (ciliary body melanoma) or markedly decreased visual acuity from a secondary retinal detachment caused by a choroidal melanoma. (Learn more→)

45. Delirium
Signs and symptoms of delirium usually come and go all throughout the day, and often intensify over time. Symptoms include mental confusion, constant shifting of attention, and inability to name objects, incoherent speeches, and hallucinations. In some cases it also comes with emotional outbursts such as fear and anxiety. Some patients also display disruptive vocalization and significant decrease in activity. (Learn more→)

46. Sensory
The following are signs and symptoms of a person with Sensory integration dysfunction (Learn more→)

47. Spondylitis
Symptoms may vary and overlap with other conditions as the disease progresses. Listed below are some of the most common and general symptoms of spondylitis (Learn more→)

48. Breast
An appearance of swelling or lump in the breast coupled with a discharge from the nipple that can either be clear or bloody. Nipple can either show signs of retraction or indentation. Obvious change in the size and shape of the breast which may include redness or pitting of the skin over the breast. (Learn more→)

49. Ambiguous
Symptoms of an ambiguous genitalia includes an enlargement of the clitoris that may seem to appear as a small penis, concealment of the vagina due to a closed midline groove. It can also be a urethral opening near the scrotum or the absence of the testicles. (Learn more→)

50. Hives
Hives appear as small rounded welts that form rings or appear as large patches on the skin. These welts are usually itchy and may appear to be surrounded by a red flare, appearing in batches. Other signs of this skin disorder include swelling of the skin, large welts that can appear in the hands, feet and even in the genitalia as well as inside the throat. (Learn more→)

51. Scleroderma
Most of the time, initial signs and symptoms presents in the skin. The following are some of the skin symptoms of Scleroderma (Learn more→)

52. Acromicric
Aside from the smiling expression which remains on the face, other symptoms of the illness include having short stature; brachdactyly; delays on the development of the patient; speech retardation (which could be attributed to hearing problems); and multiplex-like alterations on the feet and hands (also known as dysostosis). Psychomotor retardation is not a common occurrence but it is still considered as one of the symptoms of acromicric dysplasia. All though there are a lot of retardation in different anatomical aspects, the intelligence of the patient remains intact, meaning, they manifest normal intelligence. There are some patients who show signs of the heart valves and liver being infiltrated with a mucopolysaccahride-like substance. This disorder has some similarities with other illnesses such as Moore-Ferdermann syndrome and geleophysic dysplasia. All three are characterized by the symptoms that have been previously mentioned and this is an indication that they have the same metabolic pathway. The difference is on the allelic forms of the illnesses. (Learn more→)

53. Aging
Aging, also known as the cycle of life, is any form of change of an organism as time passes. There are many dimensions to aging such the physical, psychological, mental, and emotional aspects. For example, the time of reaction of a human being is lessened or slowed as he ages while his wisdom and knowledge of facts may improve. There should be a distinction between universal aging (where all people go through) and probabilistic aging (which is a type of aging that occurs only to some and not all individuals). An example of probabilistic aging is the manifestation of diabetes mellitus. Chronological aging refers to the actual age of an individual and it can clearly be distinguished from social aging (where the society expects people to behave in accordance to their age and status). The third type of aging is biological aging (which is the person's physical state as he ages). Age measurement is done through entire years or months in the case of infants. An individual's birthday is often a significant event. As to mental aging, it is a bit more challenging to categorize individuals under this type because an older person does not guarantee mental or emotional capacities that are greater than the younger generation. (Learn more→)

54. Steatosis
The condition often has vague and nonspecific symptoms such as fatigue, malaise, a dull ache in the upper right abdomen, or a possible sign of an enlarged liver. The condition which is involved in a more advanced stage of liver disease, such as cirrhosis, the patient may experience a lack of appetite, weight loss, nausea, fatigue, or liver failure. (Learn more→)

55. Fissured
Fissured tongue usually affects the dorsum and would usually extend to the lateral borders of the tongue. When this is particularly prominent, the grooves may be interconnected, appearing more like several lobules. (Learn more→)

56. Larsen
Larsen syndrome is characterized and identifiable by means of the following fundamental symptoms (Learn more→)

57. Malouf
Malouf syndrome manifests one or more of the following symptoms (Learn more→)

58. Celiac
Symptoms of celiac sprue vary and sometimes make it difficult to diagnose those with the disease. In children, failure to thrive is a common symptom, but in all ages, diarrhea, weight loss, and fatigue also seem to be present. However, it must be noted that the symptoms are not always consistent and there may be a complete absence of all symptoms in some patients who have celiac sprue. In some cases, the symptoms are associated with the body's functioning to absorb nutrients, or other symptoms that are not related to bowel problems. Children less than 2 years old exhibit symptoms that closely identify bowel and growth problems not long after they have consumed gluten products. Adults with a mild celiac sprue commonly have anemia or fatigue. (Learn more→)

59. Photosensitivity
Sensitivity of the skin to a light source can take various forms. People with this particular skin types are more sensitive to sunburn. Particularly medications make the skin more sensitive to sunlight; these include most of the tetracycline antibiotics and the heart drug amiodarone. (Learn more→)

60. Duchenne
Usually symptoms show in male before age 6 and may happen in early infancy. Progressive weakness of the muscle legs as well as the pelvis with a loss of muscle mass is noticed and latter spreads to the arms, neck, and other areas. Early signs may include increased calf muscles (pseudohypertrophy) size, low strength and endurance levels, and difficulties in standing up and walking on stairs. As the condition progresses, muscle tissue experiences wasting and fibrosis, and is latter replaced by fat and connective tissue. By age 10, braces may be required for walking, and most patients are limitted to a wheelchair by age 12. Late stage symptoms include the abnormal development of the bone that often leads to some marked skeletal deformities including the curvature of the patient's spine, progressive loss of movement that will eventually lead to complete paralysis, along with an increase in the difficulty in breathing. Intellectual retardation may be present but does not usually progress as the child develops and ages. The condition is considered terminal and death will naturally occur before the patient reaches the age of 30. (Learn more→)