Spring catarrh (spring conjunctivitis)

Spring catarrh (spring conjunctivitis) is a chronic inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eyelids and the eyeball, which worsens in the spring and summer. It is believed that allergic factors, endocrine disorders and ultraviolet radiation play a major role in the origin of the disease. Symptoms of spring catarrh (spring conjunctivitis) Photophobia, lacrimation, itching in the eyes. There […]

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Venereal granuloma (donovanosis)

Venereal granuloma (donovanosis) is a chronic, slowly progressive sexually transmitted disease caused by Aragana-Vianna’s bacterium (Callymmatobacterium granulomatis). The disease is characterized by the development of granulomatous ulcerations of the skin and subcutaneous tissue (not often extensive), mainly in the genital area and perineum. This disease has other names, so medical students, doctors often confuse it with inguinal

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Vesiculitis is inflammation of the seminal vesicles. The cause of inflammation of the seminal vesicles can be purulent infections (gonococcal, E. coli, staphylococcus, etc.). Usually vesiculitis develops in patients with chronic prostatitis. But just as often, such a disease develops in men suffering from diseases of the genitourinary system (prostatitis, urethritis, orchitis, epididymitis, etc.). However, there are cases when

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Vegetative-vascular dystonia (VVD)

Vegetative-vascular dystonia is a violation of the activity of the autonomic nervous system, which performs two main functions in the body: preserves and maintains the constancy of the internal environment of the body (body temperature, blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory rate, perspiration, metabolic rate, etc.) mobilizes the functional systems of the body to adapt (adapt) to

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Varicocele is a varicose vein in the spermatic cord and testis. The name “varicocele” comes from a combination of 2 words: the Latin word varix, which means “venous node” and the Greek word kele – swelling, swelling, and all together means “swelling of the venous nodes.” This is one of the most common diseases – it is

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Varicose veins

Varicose veins are a disease in which the veins lose their elasticity, stretch and expand. Venous valves act as locks: when blood passes through the valves, the lock closes and does not release it back. As soon as such a system begins to fail, the blood flows freely down and stagnates in the legs. As time passes, the

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Vaginitis (colpitis) is one of the most common diseases in gynecology. Currently, unfortunately, the number of patients is growing. According to statistics, vaginitis occurs in every 30% of women of childbearing age. This is associated with the spread of sexual infection, decreased immunity, frequent change of sexual partner, environmental degradation. Predisposing factors of vaginitis are hypofunction of the ovaries,

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Vaginismus is a pathological condition in which a woman, in an atmosphere of intimacy, regardless of her will, reflexively begins a powerful spastic contraction of the muscles of the pelvic floor and vagina, making sexual intercourse incredible as purely mechanical (due to a sharp narrowing of the vaginal opening, which prevents the introduction of sexual

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spinal cord injury

Spinal cord contusion is a variant of spinal cord injury, characterized by the occurrence of reversible (functional) and irreversible (organic) changes in the spinal cord in the form of foci of necrosis, crushing, hemorrhages, leading to partial damage or morphological interruption of the spinal cord. Pathological changes can be either primary – at the site of

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