Pain Management

Gallbladder Attack

By on March 1st, 2018 in Pain Management

Most of the people have heard the term ‘heart-attack’ which occurs due to issues in blood supply of the heart muscles. But what is a ‘gallbladder attack’?. A sudden pain in the abdomen due to disease of the gallbladder is commonly referred to as gallbladder attack (1). This pain can be really scary due to […]

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Abdominal Pain

By on December 2nd, 2017 in Anatomy and Body, Pain Management

Abdominal Pain Anatomy – Introduction & Divisions The abdomen, justly called as a ‘Magic Box’, has a lot of organs stuffed inside in particular positions and well-designed manner. It is in fact very difficult to identify the cause of an abdominal pain because of the multiple organs within. As you can see in the below […]

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What side is your appendix on ? Appendix Pain Location and Causes

By on November 27th, 2017 in Diseases and Conditions, Pain Management

What is Vermiform Appendix? Is Appendix an organ? It is a worm like structure, with one end blind while the other end is attached to caecum. Caecum is a part of large intestine and is more like a pouch at the junction of small and large intestines [2]. Appendix is not known to have any […]

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Kidney Pain

By on November 25th, 2017 in Pain Management

The term ‘Kidney Pain’ or ‘Renal pain’ is used randomly whenever a flank pain is felt. This necessarily need not be a pain from the kidney. A variety of causes can always be confused with kidney pain. Consequently, to differentiate the cause of the pain, it is pertinent to understand where kidney exactly is placed […]

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Liver Pain

By on November 13th, 2017 in Anatomy and Body, Pain Management

Liver, by its name, is known to almost everyone. But, do you know what it actually is? What it does? Or even, where exactly is it positioned inside our bodies? Indeed, it’s a very vital organ for the normal functioning of human body. The liver, a reddish brown organ, and its supporting organs when diseased […]

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Spleen Pain

By on November 10th, 2017 in Pain Management

Spleen pain/ splenic pain is mainly referred to, as and when a left upper quadrant pain in the abdomen is felt. This is because the spleen is located in the upper left quadrant of the abdomen. What is Spleen? It is a lymphoid organ which is almost the size of a fist and helps in […]

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