Directory of Symptoms
Patellar dislocation image
This refers to a dislodged patella.
Swelling of the skin and tissue around the eye. The eye itself may appear normal or may be pink or red.
Clinical signs that signify something very wrong with your abdomen requiring immediate evaluation by a physician.
A test for carpal tunnel syndrome
Inability to pull the foreskin back behind the tip of the penis in uncircumcised men and boys
Noises are particularly louder and more bothersome than normal.
Light bothers your eyes or light worsens your symptoms.
Increase in thirst leading to abnormal consumption of water or other fluids
Poor feeding in infants is used to describe an infant with little interest in feeding. It can also refer to an infant who is not feeding enough to receive the necessary nutrition required for adequate growth.
Posterior Knee Bulge
This refers to a bulging behind the knee that typically is seen with a Baker's cyst.
This means swelling in front of the patella (kneecap).
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An erection lasting longer than 2 hours