Extrasystolia is a cardiac disease;the most common cardiac arrhythmia, which manifests itself in the premature and extraordinary contraction of the heart muscle. Each such abbreviation is called extrasystole. Species and causes of extrasystole Allocate atrial, ventricular, atrial-ventricular, sinus extrasystole. All these species received their names from the localization of the place of...Continue Reading
Ureaplasmosis is a sexual infection caused by gram-negative microbes that live on the mucous membranes of the urogenital system. Infection does not necessarily occur during sexual contact, sometimes it is enough to use only hygiene supplies, often the disease is transmitted from mother to child at the time of delivery. Symptoms of ureaplasmosis are manifested only when the concentration of mic...Continue Reading
A permanent deficiency in the body of vitamin D can lead to various complications, the most serious of which is rickets. With this disease, not only the bone tissues, but also muscle, nerve fibers are affected. The article deals with the signs of rickets, the symptoms of this disease, as well as the early development of childhood rickets( up to a year). Development of the disease Ricke...Continue Reading
Intestinal cancer is a malignant tumor that develops from the intestinal mucosa. The disease is more common in people over forty. Equally often they are sick men and women. Causes of bowel cancer The exact cause of the disease is not established. Experts call the main factors that provoke the appearance of intestinal cancer. One of the main causes of the disease is malnutrition. Incre...Continue Reading
Pyoderma is a purulent skin lesion, which appears due to the introduction of pyogenic microorganisms( cocci) into it. This disease is one of the most common lesions of human skin. Pyoderma is primary( occurs when a healthy skin disease) and secondary( is a complication of certain diseases). There are many microorganisms on human skin. Some of them are normal, some conditionally pathogenic...Continue Reading
Edema of the eyelids - a fairly common condition, in which there is an abnormal increase in fluid in the subcutaneous tissue of the eyelids. Especially this problem affects people over 30 years of age, but the eyelid edema in a child can also develop. With infrequent manifestations of this pathological swelling of the eyelids does not lead to severe conditions, but it greatly affects the appea...Continue Reading
Neuritis of the trigeminal nerve is an inflammatory process that seizes the nerve and myelin sheath( the nerve fiber membrane).The triadic nerve belongs to the largest cranial nerves that spread to the face and teeth area. There are many reasons for the development of trigeminal neuritis. The most common reasons are as follows: bacterial or viral infection - influenza, tuberculosis, s...Continue Reading
Mesothelioma is a malignant tumor that affects the tissue lining the abdominal cavity, heart, thorax. This tissue is called mesothelium, hence the name of the disease. Pleural mesothelioma is found in most cases of this disease. The proportion of peritoneal mesothelioma accounts for about 10-20% of cases of the disease. The malignant tumor of the tissue of the cardiac sac( pericardium) is d...Continue Reading
Lordosis is the physiological curvature of the two parts of the spine, the lumbar and cervical spine. Such changes occur in the child's body even before the semiannual age and are considered natural. In those cases when these bends are absent or, conversely, unnecessarily increased, the pathological lordosis of the spine is diagnosed. This disease, like any other, needs timely and proper treat...Continue Reading
Leptospirosis is an infectious disease, caused by different types of leptospira. It is accompanied by fever, general poisoning of the body, damage to the kidneys, liver and nervous system. Heavy forms occur with symptoms of jaundice, meningitis, kidney failure and so on. Provocators of leptospirosis The spiral-shaped parasite, which has straightness and rotational mobility, is called lep...Continue Reading
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Contents: 1. Causes and symptoms 2. dorsopathies cervical spine 3. Lumbar dorsopathies 4. Treatment of diseases dorsopat...
Contents: 1. Causes of benign prostatic hyperplasia 2. Symptoms 3. course and stage of the disease 4. treatment of benign pro...