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Heart diseases
Abdominal aortic aneurysmAortic stenosisAtrial fibrillationCardiac arrhythmiaCardiovascular diseaseCoronary artery diseaseHeart failureMyocardial infarctionPeripheral artery diseasePulmonary embolismRheumatic feverSyncope

Children's health
CircumcisionCleft lip and palateCongenital heart defectDown syndromeEpilepsyFemale genital mutilationFetal alcohol spectrum disorderKlinefelter syndromeSickle-cell diseaseSpina bifidaSudden infant death syndromeTurner syndrome

Skin diseases
AbscessAcne vulgarisAllergyAngular cheilitisAtopic dermatitisCandidiasisCellulitisChickenpoxDermatitisHair lossHead lice infestationHerpes simplexHerpes zosterMeaslesPsoriasisScabies

Ears nose throat
Benign paroxysmal positional vertigoHearing lossMandibular fractureNasal polypNose bleedOtitis externaOtitis mediaPharyngitisStrep throatTinnitusVertigo

Endocrine diseases
Addison's diseaseCushing's syndromeDelirium tremensDiabetesDM type 1DM type 2Gestational diabetesGraves' diseaseHypernatremiaHyperthyroidismHypoglycemiaHyponatremiaHypothyroidismObesityPrimary hyperaldosteronismVitamin B12 deficiency

General surgery
AppendicitisBowel obstructionCeliac diseaseCrohn's diseaseDiarrheaGallstoneGastritisGastrointestinal bleedingGastrointestinal perforationHemorrhoidHerniaIrritable bowel syndromePancreatitisPeptic ulcer diseasePernicious anemiaUlcerative colitisVolvulus

Infectious diseases
African trypanosomiasisAscariasisBuruli ulcerCellulitisChagas diseaseCommon coldCysticercosisDrancunculiasisEbola virus diseaseHepatitis AHepatitis BHepatitis CHIV/AIDSLeprosyLyme diseaseMalariaMeningitisRabiesSyphilisTuberculosisYellow feverZika fever

Medications
Birth controlCarbamazapineCephalexinCholera vaccineCocaineDapsoneDiazepamHCTZIbuprofenInfluenza vaccineIpratropium bromideKetamineLevofloxacinMeasles vaccineMetoprololMifepristoneMorphineNystatinParacetamol (acetaminophen) • PropofolSalbutamol

Cancer care
Brain tumorBreast cancerCancerCervical cancerColon cancerEndometrial cancerEsophageal cancerGlioblastoma multiformeLeukemiaLung cancerLymphomaMelanomaMesotheliomaOvarian cancerPancreatic cancerProstate cancerSkin cancerStomach cancer

Eye diseases
AmblyopiaCataractsColor blindConjunctivitisDetached retinaSjögren's syndromeGlaucomaMacular degenerationRefractive errorTrachoma

Mental health
ADHDAlcoholismAnorexia nervosaAnxietyAsperger syndromeAutismBipolar disorderBorderline personality disorderBulimia nervosaEating disorderDepressionObsessive-compulsive disorderPhobiaPost traumatic stress disorderSchizophreniaSuicide

Bone and joint diseases
Carpal tunnel syndromeFibromyalgiaGoutLow back painOsteoarthritisOsteoporosisPlantar fasciitisPsoriasisRheumatoid arthritisSarcoidosisSciatica

Women's health
AbortionBreastfeedingChildbirthDysmenorrheaEclampsiaEctopic pregnancyEndometriosisHyperemesis gravidarumMenopauseMenstruationMorning sicknessObstructed laborOvarian cystPolycystic ovarian syndromePre eclampsiaPregnancyPremenstrual syndromePreterm birthTrichomoniasisUterine fibroid

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