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Can Diastasis Recti be Reversed?

Managing Diastasis Recti Diastasis recti abdominis (DRA) is a common clinical condition that affects the anterior abdominal walls. A characteristic of DRA is weakened linea alba that leads to an abdominal lump . Linea alba is weakened by intra-abdominal changes and pressure such as pregnancy (from the associated hormonal changes, enlargement of the uterus, and orientation

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Gallstones: Formation, Prevention, and Treatment

What are gallstones? Gallstones are a common gastrointestinal disease. They are hard deposits in the gallbladder resulting from over-concentrated bile precipitation. The precipitate can be of cholesterol monohydrate minerals or black pigment caused by calcium bilirubin polymerization (Abraham et al., 2014). Based on the precipitate composition, are three types of gallstones: cholesterol, pigment, and mixed

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