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Diseases and Conditions (F)

  1. Facial hair, excess in women (See: Facial hair, excess in women, also known asHirsutism)

  2. Facial palsy (See: Facial palsy, also known asBell's palsy)

  3. Factitious disorder

  4. Factor V Leiden

  5. Fallen arches (See: Fallen arches, also known asFlatfeet)

  6. Fallot, tetralogy of (See: Fallot, tetralogy of, also known asTetralogy of Fallot)

  7. Familial adenomatous polyposis

  8. Familial hypercholesterolemia

  9. Familial Mediterranean fever

  10. Familial paroxysmal peritonitis (See: Familial paroxysmal peritonitis, also known asFamilial Mediterranean fever)

  11. FAP (See: FAP, also known asFamilial adenomatous polyposis)

  12. Farsightedness

  13. Febrile seizure

  14. Fecal incontinence

  15. Female infertility

  16. Female sexual dysfunction

  17. Fetal alcohol syndrome

  18. Fetal macrosomia

  19. Fever

  20. Fever blister (See: Fever blister, also known asCold sore)

  21. Fever, valley (See: Fever, valley, also known asValley fever)

  22. Fevers, viral hemorrhagic (See: Fevers, viral hemorrhagic, also known asViral hemorrhagic fevers)

  23. FH (See: FH, also known asFamilial hypercholesterolemia)

  24. Fibroadenoma

  25. Fibrocystic breasts

  26. Fibroids, uterine (See: Fibroids, uterine, also known asUterine fibroids)

  27. Fibromuscular dysplasia

  28. Fibromyalgia

  29. Fibrosis, cystic (See: Fibrosis, cystic, also known asCystic fibrosis)

  30. Fibrosis, interstitial pulmonary (See: Fibrosis, interstitial pulmonary, also known asInterstitial lung disease)

  31. Fibrosis, pulmonary (See: Fibrosis, pulmonary, also known asPulmonary fibrosis)

  32. Fifth disease (See: Fifth disease, also known asParvovirus infection)

  33. Filoviruses (See: Filoviruses, also known asViral hemorrhagic fevers)

  34. Fistula, arteriovenous (See: Fistula, arteriovenous, also known asArteriovenous fistula)

  35. Flatfeet

  36. Flaviviruses (See: Flaviviruses, also known asViral hemorrhagic fevers)

  37. Floaters (See: Floaters, also known asEye floaters)

  38. Floor of the mouth cancer

  39. Floppy valve syndrome (See: Floppy valve syndrome, also known asMitral valve prolapse)

  40. Flu (See: Flu, also known asInfluenza (flu))

  41. Flu, swine (See: Flu, swine, also known asH1N1 flu (swine flu))

  42. Fluid around the heart (See: Fluid around the heart, also known asPericardial effusion)

  43. Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS)

  44. Folate deficiency anemia (See: Folate deficiency anemia, also known asVitamin deficiency anemia)

  45. Folliculitis

  46. Food allergy

  47. Food allergy, egg (See: Food allergy, egg, also known asEgg allergy)

  48. Food allergy, milk (See: Food allergy, milk, also known asMilk allergy)

  49. Food poisoning

  50. Food-borne illness (See: Food-borne illness, also known asFood poisoning)

  51. Foot drop

  52. Foot fracture (See: Foot fracture, also known asBroken foot)

  53. Foramen ovale (See: Foramen ovale, also known asPatent foramen ovale)

  54. Fracture, arm (See: Fracture, arm, also known asBroken arm)

  55. Fracture, greenstick (See: Fracture, greenstick, also known asGreenstick fractures)

  56. Fracture, growth plate (See: Fracture, growth plate, also known asGrowth plate fractures)

  57. Fracture, hip (See: Fracture, hip, also known asHip fracture)

  58. Fracture, incomplete (See: Fracture, incomplete, also known asGreenstick fractures)

  59. Fracture, leg (See: Fracture, leg, also known asBroken leg)

  60. Fracture, stress (See: Fracture, stress, also known asStress fractures)

  61. Fractured nose (See: Fractured nose, also known asBroken nose)

  62. Fractured rib (See: Fractured rib, also known asBroken ribs)

  63. Frontal lobe epilepsy (See: Frontal lobe epilepsy, also known asFrontal lobe seizures)

  64. Frontal lobe seizures

  65. Frontotemporal dementia

  66. Frontotemporal lobar degeneration (See: Frontotemporal lobar degeneration, also known asFrontotemporal dementia)

  67. Frostbite

  68. Frozen shoulder

  69. FSGS (See: FSGS, also known asFocal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS))

  70. Fuchs' dystrophy

  71. Functional dyspepsia

  72. Functional neurologic disorder/conversion disorder

  73. Fungal infection, nail (See: Fungal infection, nail, also known asNail fungus)

  74. Funnel chest (See: Funnel chest, also known asPectus excavatum)

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