Impetigo Impetigo is a disease characterized by the formation of superficial intraepidermal localized vesiculo-pustular lesions. Usually begins with the appearance of painful erythematous papules, transforming through the stage of vesicles into honey-crusted scabs. Etiology. Isolates isolated from lesions in more than 80% of cases are represented by Staphylococcus aureus or its mixed group A rhyemolytic streptococcus. Risk factors Tropical […]

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Immunodeficiencies Immunodeficiencies are independent diseases (nosological forms) and concomitant syndromes characterized by insufficiency of the immune system. Frequency 1 in 500 babies are born with a compromised immune system A much larger number of individuals acquire transient or permanent immunodeficiency during their lifetime. Risk factors A burdened family history Almost all bad habits Aging. Classification Primary – congenital

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  Sciatica is pain associated with damage or irritation of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body. It starts at five different levels of the spinal cord in the lumbar spine, then travels down the leg, splitting into smaller nerves that supply energy to the thigh, knee, shin, ankle, foot, and toes.

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Ischemic heart disease (CHD)

Ischemic heart disease – lack of blood supply to the heart muscle, stimulated by atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries of the heart, thrombosis of atherosclerotic or normal arteries is called coronary heart disease (CHD). In developed countries, this disease is the main cause of death for people of working age. Ischemia translated from Latin means lack of

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Itsenko-Cushing’s disease

Itsenko-Cushing’s disease is characterized by dysfunction of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal system and symptoms of increased production of corticosteroid hormones. It is observed at any age, but more often at 20-40 years; women are affected 10 times more often than men. Causes Tumors of the pituitary gland (micro- and macroadenomas), inflammatory processes of the brain; women often develop after childbirth. Tumors of

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Ichthyosis is a heterogeneous group of diseases characterized by excessive scaling of the skin. The term “ichthyosis” comes from the Greek “ichthy” meaning “fish”. The most common hereditary forms of ichthyosis, but the occurrence of this condition secondary to other diseases is not excluded. Clinical forms of ichthyosis Congenital – hereditary ichthyosis that occurs during fetal development and

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Hysteria is a neuropsychiatric disease belonging to the group of neuroses. Hysteria develops in people with a weakened nervous system under the influence of psychic trauma and is a reaction of a given person to a situation that he is not able to endure. The manifestations of hysteria are extremely diverse. It is manifested by various seizures,

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Deviated septum

The nasal septum is a thin plate of cartilage and bone that divides the nasal cavity into right and left parts. The curvature of the nasal septum is a consequence of an anomaly in the development of the facial skeleton or injury. On the curved part of the nasal septum, there are often bony or cartilaginous thickenings in

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Iridocyclite, iritis, cyclite

Term «iridocyclitis ” means inflammation of the iris and ciliary body. Anatomically, the iris and ciliary body are sections of the choroid, so both structures are involved in the inflammatory process in the vast majority of cases. However, with an isolated lesion of the iris and the ciliary body, they speak, respectively, of iritis and cyclitis. The cause of

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infected abortion

Infected abortion – the spread of infection only within the pelvic organs The reasons If spontaneous abortion occurs for a sufficiently long time, an ascending infection from the vagina (staphylococcus, chlamydia, escherichia, etc.) is likely to develop. In the aftermath, infection of the endometrium and the fetal egg occurs – an infected abortion. From the uterus, the pathogenic

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