If both of your dog's eyes are rolling back in its head while the dog is awake, this is typically indicative of some type of seizure disorder. If you are certain what you are seeing is not the nictitating membrane covering the eye, speak with your veterinarian.
Etiology is a generic term not a disease or condition. It is a branch of medical science concerned with the causes and origins of disease.
It causes either a disease or a disorder.
Because Huntington's is a genetic disorder and it is known what sequence in what region causes the disorder.
Canine distemper is a disease caused by canine distemper viruses, an infection of the gastrointestinal tract, which causes high fever, watery discharge, vomiting, diarrhoea, seizures, and paralysis.
Since the body's own immune system causes the damage, celiac disease is classified as an "autoimmune" disorder.
It's a viral infection which causes an immunodeficiency disorder; AIDS.
Many antipsychotic medications can cause this disorder.
dust pneumonia is a condition disease.
Well, not really a disease, its a mental disorder that causes you to lie uncontrollably.
a disease, new hair growing in or an eating disorder
Schizoaffective disorder is a mental condition that causes both a loss of contact with reality (psychosis/ hallucinations) and mood problems.
Polycystic kidney disease is an inherited disorder that causes cysts to be formed on the nephrons, or functioning units, of the kidneys
The cause of moyamoya disease is unknown. Possible explanations for the disorder include injuries to the brain, infection, multifactorial inheritance, genetic factors, or other causes
A person with a gene disorder is one who has a version or (two versions) of a gene which causes a disease. Some single gene disorders are cystic fibrosis and huntington's disorder.
Aetiology is the study of the causes of something. In medicine, it means the study of the causes of a disease or disorder. This would be distinct from someone devoted to treating a disease or disorder, or finding a cure, though the fields may be interrelated. For example, there are many people studying diabetes, cancer, autism, etc. in order to treat or even cure some of these diseases. Aetiologists are studying their underlying causes. When an aetiologist finds the cause of a disease or disorder, this can often help with finding new ways to prevent, treat, and even cure diseases. Aetiology can also mean simply the cause of a disorder. If it's not known what causes a disorder or disease, it is often said, "the aetiology is unknown".
Ulcerative colitis or Crohn's disease
the cause, set of causes, or manner of causation of a disease or condition:"a disease of unknown etiology"
This is a condition called Fifth disease. Not really a disease but a virus.
Yes, it's called a gluten sensitivity or gluten intolerance. A gluten intolerance is not as serious because it is a non-autoimmune condition and is not as sensitive. Where as with Celiac Disease it is an autoimmune disorder and causes people to be much more sensitive.
It would likely be a condition called vertiligo. .a pigment disorder.
You mean Menieres Disease, its an inner ear disorder that causes vertigo, disequilibrium, tinnitus, dizziness, and nausea. I unfortunately have Menieres..
It is one that causes a disease or, in a few cases, a disorder. Pathos = Ill. Genic = origin.
A disease or condition that causes deterioration over time
A condition called OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder).