Human papilloma virus (HPV) comprises more than 200 related viruses, which spreads usually through anal, oral, and vaginal sex. The sexually transmitted HPV infections are divided into two groups: low-grade and high-grade HPVs.
Pancreatic cancer involves the development of malignant cells in the pancreas, resulting in the formation of tumor. The disease is further classified into two main groups: endocrine and exocrine tumors.
Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) is a complicated genetic condition which can affect various parts of the body. During infancy, this condition is identified by weak muscle tone (hypotonia), problems in feeding, poor growth, and delay in development.
Myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) can be described as a group of hematologic malignancies, that occurr due to abnormality in blood-forming cells in the bone marrow. It is a rare blood cancer and can be mild, moderate or severe, in terms of severity.
Glaucoma can be described as a group of diseases characterized by cupping of the optic nerve head and visual-field damage. These diseases differ from each other in terms of their causes, risk factors, demographics, symptoms, duration, treatment, and prognosis.