Infectious erythema is an infectious disease of the viral etiology, manifested in the form of a patchy, sometimes reddened skin rash, accompanied by a slight malaise. The main clinical forms of infectious erythema are: - infectious erythema Chamera; - infectious erythema of Rosenberg; - multiforme exudative erythema; - erythema nodosum; - sudden exanthema; is undifferentiated e...Continue Reading
Cervical dysplasia is a disease that is associated with an atypical change in the epithelium of the vaginal part of the uterus, and is related to precancerous conditions. The most common disease occurs in women aged 25 to 35 years. Mechanism of development and causes of cervical dysplasia The epithelium of the cervical mucosa consists of such layers - basal, intermediate, functional( ...Continue Reading
Generalized anxiety disorder is a disease characterized by constant excessive anxiety, the presence of a premonition of danger, as well as excitement caused by various events or activities( study, work, etc.).The duration of this condition is, as a rule, six months or more. Generalized anxiety disorder in adults is a fairly common condition, occurring in about 3-5% of the population. It sho...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. FMDV 2. Symptoms 3. Treatment and prevention of foot and mouth disease Foot and mouth disease - a disease which is an acute infectious character.A person can get the virus from foot and mouth disease of cloven-hoofed animals, which says the disease.Less commonly, the disease enters the body of birds and rodents. FMDV FMDV person can get infected when consu...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. How does barley 2. Barley children 3. How to cure barley 4. People's treatment of barley 5. Complications barley stye - a disease from childhood familiar to each of us.In fact, barley is an acute purulent inflammation of the eyelash follicle or sebaceous gland, located near the eyelash follicles.The disease is a bacterial infection in 9 cases out of 10...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Causes 2. Symptoms of ulcerative colitis 3. diet for ulcerative colitis 4. Treatment of ulcerative colitis Ulcerativecolitis - a chronic disease of the colon, which is accompanied by the development of ulcer formation in the mucosa and hemorrhage. Causes Normal operation of the colon can be broken under the influence of pathogens, such as Staphylococcu...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Symptoms of stomach ulcers 2. Treatment of gastric ulcers 3. specialized diet Gastric ulcer - one of the most common diseases of the gastrointestinaltract.According to statistics, a stomach ulcer suffer from three to eighteen persons per thousand. Under gastric ulcer is commonly understood as ulcers resulting from central nervous system disorders and hormona...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Causes of ehsherihioza 2. Symptoms 3. Diagnostics 4. Treatment ehsherihioza 5. Diet 6. ehsherihioza children This acute intestinal infection caused by coliform bacteria pathogenic character, its main manifestations are common intoxication, inflammation of the mucous membrane of the intestines, fever and dehydration as a whole. Causes of ehsherihi...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. causes and modes of transmission of the disease 2. Symptoms echinococcosis 3. development of the disease in children 4. echinococcosis Diagnostics 5.Treatment of the disease Echinococcosis - a parasitic disease of chronic course, which develops as a result of the impact on the human body of the larval form of a tape helminth Echinococcus granulosus. ...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. reasons for cervical erosion 2. Symptoms of cervical erosion 3. Treatment 4. Traditional methods of treatment Erosioncervix - a disease characterized by the appearance of small ulcers on the mucous membrane of the cervix.The presence of erosion increases the risk of cancer, but is not a precancerous condition. reasons for cervical erosion True cervical...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Causes 2. Types disease 3. Symptoms of sciatica 4. Treatment of sciatica Sciatica - a disease of the nervou...
Contents: 1. Causes and symptoms of heel spurs 2. Conservative treatment of diseases 3. People's treatment of heel spurs hee...
Contents: 1. The causes of the disease 2. Types disease 3. Thrombocytopenic Purpura 4. Thrombocytopenic purpura in children ...