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Flexor tendons help control movement in the hand. An injury to the forearm, fingers, thumb, wrist or hand can damage the flexor tendons and affect movement. Symptoms include pain and the inability to move the hand, fingers or thumbs. A deep cut to any of these areas or an athletic injury are most often the cause, though rheumatoid arthritis can weaken the flexor tendons, causing them to tear easily.

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Most foot deformities involve an unusually flat or high arched feet with or without pain. Some patients are born with this condition or it may have been caused by an injury. Foot deformities include flat foot and high arched foot.

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A foot or ankle sprain is a soft tissue injury. Most often, a sprain occurs when an injury pulls, stretches, or tears the ligaments that connect bone to bone. A fracture is actually a break in the bone. Many breaks and sprains occur during sports. Tripping or stumbling on uneven ground is another common cause of foot and ankle sprains and fractures. Symptoms of a sprained or broken foot or ankle include pain, swelling, bruising, and difficulty walking on the affected foot or ankle.

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When the body's immune system is suppressed, fungi find an opportunity to invade the body and a number of side effects occur. Because these organisms do not require light for food production, they can live in a damp and dark environment. The sinuses, consisting of moist, dark cavities, are a natural home to the invading fungi. When this occurs, fungal sinusitis results.

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The gallbladder is a small, pear-shaped organ that sits just beneath the liver on the right side of the abdomen. It stores the digestive fluid (bile) made in the liver. While gallbladder cancer is uncommon, most cases are discovered at a late stage since it has no specific symptoms.

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