Conditions that affect the gallbladder, a sac located under the liver that stores bile used in fat digestion. May include inflammation, infection, or obstruction, gallbladder cancer, or gall stones (when the components of bile solidify within the organ).
Inflammation of the stomach and intestine.
A disease caused by a virus, spread by sexual contact.
Growths on the vulva, the vaginal wall, and the cervix in women, and on the penis in men. Caused by certain types of human papillomavirus.
gestational trophoblast disease
Disease during pregnancy involving abnormal cell growth of the trophoblast, the outermost layer of cells of the developing embryo, which develops into the placenta.
A noncancerous enlargement of the thyroid.
A sexually transmitted infection caused by a bacterium. If not treated, can cause infertility.