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Ripped vs Buff   There are many terms that are used by bodybuilders and those who are around when talking about different body builds. If you have been to a gym recently, you must have heard terms like ripped, buff, huge, skinny, lean, bulk, and so on. There are people who remain confused between ripped and... 
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Ritual vs Tradition   Every society and culture has a set of rituals and traditions that make it different from others. These are unwritten laws and norms pertaining to behavior and action when interacting with others in the society. These rituals and traditions also pertain to events and ceremonies that... 
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Sarsaparilla vs Root Beer   Sarsaparilla and root beer are two similar beverages consumed in different parts of the world. They look and taste similar, and many believe root beer to be just another name of sarsaparilla. However, despite similarities in smell and flavor, there are differences between sarsaparilla... 
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Pita vs Naan   Bread is a staple food in many parts of the world. It is an ancient foodstuff discovered when man learnt that wheat powder, when mixed with water and heated, could give rise to a stuff that could be eaten directly. There are many different types of breads with Naan being a variety of leavened flatbread... 
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Rubbed Sage vs Ground Sage   Sage is a plant, rather herb that is used as a spice in many recipes in the kitchen, particularly poultry recipes. In fact, it is the dried leaves of the plant that are called sage. This is a spice that is used in many European, particularly Italian and Greek cuisines. There are... 
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Remember vs Recall   Remember and recall are words in English language that are very similar in meaning. There are many who feel that the two words are synonymous and make use of these words interchangeably. However, the words are not same, and you cannot use them interchangeably. This article attempts to... 
Difference Between Spleen and Kidney
Spleen vs Kidney   The spleen and the kidney are two important organs found in the abdominal cavity of the human body. Their physiology is different because of their different functions in the body system. Spleen The spleen is a wedge-shaped lymphoid organ and is considered as the largest lymphoid mass located... 
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Alzheimer’s vs Dementia   Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are both commonly seen in elderly individuals. Both diseases impair cognitive functions. Alzheimer’s disease is the commonest cause of dementia. Both diseases affect not only memory but also other cognitive functions. Here, we will discuss all... 
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Cardioversion vs Defibrillation   Both cardioversion and defibrillation involve delivering electrical energy to the chest to alter the heartbeat. Both are contraindicated in digoxin and catecholamine induced dysrhythmias. The techniques are similar in the two procedures. There are two paddle placements. In... 
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Fibroid vs Cyst   Cyst and fibroid are commonly encountered in the outpatient and inpatient gynecological practices. Both conditions are mostly benign although some cysts can be malignant. Fibroids are always benign except in extremely rare cases of malignant transformations. Both conditions have similar presentations.... 
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Amniotic Fluid vs Discharge    Discharge and amniotic fluid leakage present similarly in most cases. Women feel an excessive wetness of vagina and/or fluid leakage. There are many differential diagnoses for vaginal discharge out of which spontaneous rupture of membranes is one. Therefore, it is important to understand... 
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Peptic vs Gastric Ulcer   Peptic ulcer includes all ulcers occurring in the stomach and duodenum. Gastric ulcer is a type of peptic ulcer. There are two types of peptic ulcer. They are gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer. There is much confusion in the proper usage of the terms peptic, gastric and duodenal ulcers.... 
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Hypertrophy vs Hyperplasia   Hyperplasia and hypertrophy are two terms used in pathology to explain growth abnormalities in living tissues. Usually under normal physiological stimulation, tissue display normal orderly growth patterns. Under excessive or abnormal stimulations, the tissues grow out of the ordinary.... 
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Jaundice vs Hepatitis   Jaundice and hepatitis are two terms commonly encountered in internal medical practice. Even though jaundice and hepatitis are used in the same sentence and used to identify the same patient in a ward round they do not mean the same. This article will talk about both jaundice and hepatitis... 
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Arthritis vs Rheumatoid Arthritis   Arthritis is inflammation of joints. Arthritis is a blanket term which includes all types of arthritis like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and gout. This article will discuss each type of arthritis in detail, highlighting their clinical features, symptoms, causes,... 
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Plaque vs Tartar   During your visit to the dentist, after he examines your mouth he may say that you have tartar build up, or that you have a dental plaque. The two, the plaque and tartar, are two different things. Dental plaque is a pale yellow layer of bacteria that forms on teeth naturally while tartar is... 
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