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  1. Developmental Dysplasia of the hip, or DDH, is a condition that can be identified in the neonate. One or both hip joints have not formed properly - the acetabulum (or the hip socket) is too shallow (or dysplastic) and the hip is either dislocated at rest, or can be felt to easily dislocate by the...
  2. TB is a treatable disease if you follow your doctor's treatment plan. If TB is not treated properly, TB bacteria can become resistant to one or multiple drugs used in treatment. When the bacteria become resistant to multiple drugs, it is known as multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (or MDR-TB)....
  3. This animation describes the interactions between tuberculosis (or TB), the human immunodeficiency virus (or HIV), and your immune system. Becoming infected with TB if you are living with HIV can change the diagnosis and treatment for TB. Having TB and HIV together complicates the detection,...
  4. Tuberculosis is a common infection and contagious disease caused by a bacterium that usually lodges in the lungs. This video gives general information about this disease and provide an important message: TB is treatable and curable. The video also illustrates some significant preventative...
  5. Cholera is an intestinal infection caused by bacteria known asVibrio cholerae. The main symptoms of this disease are diarrhea and vomiting, which both lead to rapid dehydration in people with this potential fatal disease. Keeping people hydrated, long enough so that they are able to seek medical...
  6. Lung cancer is a disease that can be beaten with early detection and proper treatment. This animation will highlight ways to prevent lung cancer, and how to catch the disease early. If you think you might be at risk for lung cancer, there is screening that exists, and it is quick, easy, and...
  7. Colorectal cancer is a disease in which abnormal cells in the colon or rectum divide uncontrollably, ultimately forming a malignant tumor. Early stage colorectal cancer has no symptoms, but it is the best stage to discover this disease. It is highly curable when discovered early. Screening can...
  8. It is very important to remove the remains of food by daily brushing so as to reduce the number of microorganisms in the mouth. This animation, donated to SAWBO, will explain how to brush your teeth effectively to avoid cavity and gum disease. Scientific Animations Without Borders (SAWBO) is a...
  9. This animation describes ways to effectively manage active TB. Effective TB management begins with preventing its spread. TB management also involves detecting, diagnosing, and treating the condition. If TB is detected, you will want to be placed on a TB antibiotic treatment plan. This involves...
  10. Hip Dysplasia is a problem from birth where the hip joint has not formed properly. The hip is either dislocated (where the ball of the hip is not sitting in the socket) or it can easily slide out of the socket. This animation explains how you can spot hip dysplasia in infants and children, and...