1. What is Congenital Hemangioma? Hemangioma is a benign tumour. Benign means it’s not that dangerous. So there is not much to worry about. It is a benign tumour of blood vessels. A hemangioma that presents since birth is called a congenital hemangioma. It is fully formed at birth. Blood vessels are formed by the cells known as endothelial cells. When they grow more than they should, they are called a hemangioma. The extra tissue that is formed is now Continue Reading…..
Mobile phones are an integral part of our daily life. We are living in the ocean of unseen waves. Cell phones need tower known as Base Transceiver Stations or BTS to operate. Both mobile phones and mobile tower radiation is a public health hazard. Electromagnetic radiation is a possible cause of cancer. Even you are probably reading this post on your mobile. We can not think of a day without mobile phones. But we need to keep in mind the Continue Reading…..
Cancer is one of the most common cause of death in the world. Actually, it’s the second leading cause of death. There are many types cancer. Some have 100 percent cure rate, that means with treatment the patient can survive the catastrophe. The prognosis mainly depends on upon the timing of detection of cancer. An early diagnosis is essential for the proper treatment. Lung cancer, mesothelioma, breast cancer, blood cancer are some common cancer. In Medicine, cancer is known as Continue Reading…..
Cancer is one of the leading cause of death in children. There are many forms of cancers. I have made a list of common cancers in children. It is an important topic for medical students and doctors preparing for postgraduation. Its almost after 1 year, I am writing here. I have competed my Internship from Rajshahi Medical College last year. After that I left Rajshahi and Dhaka is my new address. I live in Shahbag Aziz Housing Complex. It’s like Continue Reading…..