Health


22 April

Spleen - structure , treatment , causes removal

Contents: 1. spleen structure 2. main functions of the spleen 3. main causes of enlarged spleen 4. Illnesses of the spleen: treatment lymphoid organ is the spleen, which is provided with a plurality of blood vessels.It is located in the left upper quadrant.In this body there is close contact between the lymphoid tissue and blood, which is the reason for the enrichment ...

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When and how is appointed fluorography of lungs ?

Contents: 1. When appointed? 2. How to prepare? lung fluorography is a study of the chest with the help of X-rays, which penetrate the lung tissue and transfer pattern of light on film.This procedure is prescribed to persons over the age of eighteen.Routine chest X-ray should not be held more than once a year.This study makes it possible to detect pathological changes in the or...

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21 April

Total blood neutrophils and its interpretation

Contents: 1. What are the neutrophils? 2. neutrophils in blood analysis: deciphering 3. main reasons for increasing the concentration of neutrophils in the blood count 4. main reasons for decrease of neutrophils in blood test Neutrophils are the largest groupleukocytes, which protect the body from multiple infections.This type is formed leukocytes in bone marrow.Penetr...

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21 April

Ischium - the structure , the possible cause of the pain

Contents: 1. Anatomy ischium 2. fracture ischium 3. hurts ischium: main reasons ischium with the pubic and iliacIt forms the pelvic bone.These three bones after sixteen or seventeen connected by cartilage.After the complete ossification of cartilage between the bones boundaries are smoothed.Sacrum, coccyx and pelvis are bony receptacle and support for the vital organs tha...

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Fistulography - reading and preparation for examination

Contents: 1. When appointed? 2. Contraindications 3. How to prepare? fistulography - X-ray examination method, the essence of which is the introduction of contrast medium into the fistula with subsequent fluoroscopy field fistulous.In the process of diagnosis turns out the location of the fistula motion relative to the surrounding organs, its length, the presence of cavitie...

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21 April

Why should I donate blood test for urea ?

Contents: 1. Norma urea in blood test 2. what purpose, doctors prescribe blood chemistry urea? 3. What does a low level of urea in the blood test? 4. What does the high concentration of urea in a blood test? Urea is one of the end products of protein breakdown.This substance is derived from the human body in the urine (through the kidneys).This is why the urea concentrat...

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21 April

The sebaceous glands : structure, functions , diseases

Contents: 1. avilable 2. function of the sebaceous glands 3. Pathology sebaceous glands 4. Treatment and prevention of diseases Itendocrine glands, which are located in the human skin.They occupy almost the entire skin, except the palms and soles of the feet.These glands are significantly different in size, are located in different areas of skin and have a different s...

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EGD Method ( fibrogastroduodenoscopy ) and its results

Contents: 1. When appointed? 2. How to prepare? Fibrogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) is an endoscopic examination, during which the doctor with a gastroscope examines the upper sections of the digestive system (the duodenum, stomach and esophagus).Gastroscope is a flexible tube that has a camera inside, fiber-optic system, as well as a channel for tools, pick up the pieces of stomach ...

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21 April

Norm and pathology of blood tests on monocytes

Contents: 1. What monocyte? 2. normal level of monocytes in the blood count 3. Why are lowered or raised in the analysis of blood monocytes 4. In what diseases the level of monocytes in the blood test is increased? 5. In what diseases the level of monocytes in the blood test is reduced? Monocytes - are special cells in the blood, which belong to the category of white...

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21 April

Ribs - the structure , function , fractures and cracks

Contents: 1. structure and function of the ribs 2. fracture ribs 3. crack in the rib Ribs - a pair of flat arched bone, which is connectedbreastbone and spine, form the thorax.These plates consist of cartilage and bone, having tubercle, neck and head.Fin thickness is usually not more than 5 mm. structure and function of the ribs According to the anatomists, the ribs - ...

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