Fat necrosis

Fat necrosis is a fairly common disease. The cause of its occurrence is mechanical trauma to the mammary gland, which causes necrosis of adipose tissue, which is accompanied by the formation of a dense lump, traditionally painless. The treatment is mainly surgical, especially since in this case it is necessary first of all to exclude […]

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Fatty hepatosis

Fatty hepatosis is the accumulation of fat in the liver cells, which is often a reaction of the liver to all kinds of intoxications (toxic effects). The reasons The main causes of fatty liver are: alcohol abuse, diabetes mellitus combined with obesity, obesity, cushing’s syndrome myxedema, unbalanced diet (protein deficiency), chronic diseases of the digestive system

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Wen is a cyst containing the secret of the sebaceous glands. The wen can be located in many places of the body, more often on the face, scalp, torso, on the arms, on the scrotum. Often wen are multiple. Fat or lipoma is a cosmetic problem and does not degenerate into a malignant tumor. The reasons The

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Fatty degeneration of the liver

Fatty degeneration of the liver   is a chronic liver disease characterized by fatty degeneration of the liver cells. It occurs quite often, develops under the influence of alcohol, toxic substances (medicines), diabetes mellitus, anemia, lung diseases, severe pancreatitis and enteritis, malnutrition, obesity. The reasons According to the mechanism of development, hepatoses appear due to excessive intake

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female infertility

Female infertility or sterility (from the Latin word sterilis – infertile) is a pathological condition of the body with the inability to fertilize. Female infertility is one of the most common and sad gynecological problems. It is customary to consider a marriage infertile in which, with regular sexual activity and the absence of contraception, pregnancy does

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According to the most conservative estimates, every tenth inhabitant of the Earth suffers from gallstone disease. This is one of the most common diseases that has become more frequent in recent years in all regions, among both sexes, in all age groups. On the one hand, this is due to the improvement of diagnostic methods, on the

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Ventricular tachycardia (VT)

Ventricular tachycardia (VT) is a frequent irregular rhythm from an ectopic focus located in one of the ventricles. Ventricular tachycardia begins and ends suddenly. In most cases, the frequency of the ventricular rhythm is in the range of 150-200 per 1 min. The reasons Ventricular tachycardia rarely occurs in a “healthy” heart. Most often, it is a complication

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Jaundice is a complex of symptoms caused by an excess of bilirubin in the blood and is manifested by staining the skin and mucous membranes in yellow. Hepatitis A is also sometimes referred to as jaundice. Jaundice is a characteristic symptom of diseases of the liver, biliary tract, as well as diseases that occur with massive hemolysis. In

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Iron deficiency anemia (IDA)

Iron deficiency anemia (IDA) is a hematological syndrome characterized by impaired hemoglobin synthesis due to iron deficiency and manifested by anemia and sideropenia. It is observed predominantly in women. Depending on the severity of iron deficiency in the body, there are three stages: prelatent iron deficiency in the body – there are no clinical signs at this stage,

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