Tinnitus is more a symptom than a condition. It is the perception of sound in the absence of an external source. Though “tinnitus” is from a Latin word meaning to ring like a bell, the perceived sound is variously described not only as ringing, but also buzzing, hissing, or even roaring, whistling, or pounding.
Tendinitis is inflammation of a tendon, one of the fibrous cords that join a muscle to a bone. Injury or repetitive overuse can cause microscopic tears and painful swelling in a tendon.
Kidney diseases are disorders that affect the kidneys; the two organs that remove waste products, produce certain hormones, and regulate the level of chemicals in blood.
Hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus or womb.
This is an operation in which cardiac surgeons remove part of the blood vessel (graft) from somewhere else in the body, and attach it to a narrowed or blocked coronary artery so the heart muscle ordinarily supplied by that coronary artery can be nourished again.
Calcinosis is calcification (deposits of calcium phosphate) that may occur in many different soft tissues.