You are on page 1of 2

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM DISEASE

Asthma is a chronic inflammation of the lung airways that causes coughing, wheezing, chest
tightness or shortness of breath, according to Tonya Winders, president of the Allergy & Asthma
Network. These signs and symptoms may be worse when a person is exposed to their triggers, which
can include air pollution, tobacco smoke, factory fumes, cleaning solvents, infections, pollens, foods,
cold air, exercise, chemicals and medications.
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM DISEASE
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder in Americans. According to the National Institute
of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, one in every five men and women has IBS (which is
not the same as inflammatory bowel disease). Women are twice as likely as men to have the
disorder. Half of all cases are diagnosed before age thirty-five.
REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM DISEASE
Erectile dysfunction is a common condition that affects about one in 10 males on a long-term basis,
the Cleveland Clinic noted. It can be linked to vascular disease, neurological disorders such as
Multiple Sclerosis, trauma and psychological episodes.
CIRCULATORY SYSTEM DISEASE
ARTERIOSLEROSIS the thickening and hardening of the walls of the arteries, occurring typically in
old age.
SKELETAL SYSTEM DISEASE
Osteoporosis is a prevalent disease, particularly among the elderly, resulting in the loss of bone
tissue. In osteoporosis, bone loses calcium, becomes thinner and may disappear completely,
according to Wei.
MUSCULAR SYSTEM DISEASE
The most serious skin cancer is melanoma, which looks like a dark, changing, bleeding skin spot,
Crutchfield said. Melanoma is fatal in as many as 35 percent of patients diagnosed with this form of
skin cancer.
LYMPHATIC SYSTEM DISEASE
Lymphoma is cancer of the lymph nodes. It occurs when lymphocytes grow and multiply
uncontrollably. There are a number of different types of lymphoma, according to Dr. Jeffrey P.
Sharman, director of research at Willamette Valley Cancer Institute and medical director of
hematology research for the U.S. Oncology Network.
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM DISEASE
Thyroid cancer is a cancer originating from follicular or parafollicular thyroid cells. These cells give
rise to both well-differentiated cancers (i.e., papillary and follicular) and anaplastic thyroid cancer. The
second cell type, the C or parafollicular cell, produces the hormone calcitonin and is the cell of origin
for medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC).

EXCRETORY SYSTEM DISEASE


Nephritis is the inflammation of one or both kidneys. Herein the organs of body get affected through
autoimmune disorders. Out of the disorders, lupus nephritis is a potentially serious condition. In this,
the auto immune system of the body attacks body tissues, organs and body cells. The result is pain at
the start and body organ damage for continued diseases..
NERVOUS SYSTEM DISEASES
Epilepsy, in which abnormal electrical discharges from brain cells cause seizures.
INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM DISEASES
Scabies are caused by the action of tiny mites that burrow into the skin, and its typical symptoms
involve an intensely itchy rash in the finger webs, buttocks, wrists and elbows. In case of small
children and infants, however, the small blisters may appear even on face, soles, neck and palms.
Needing a human host for survival, the parasites look for closed environments for breeding such as
nursing homes and child care centers.