Hemorrhoids is a disease common among the adult population of all countries. According to statistics, this diagnosis is made by 20-25% of the adult population. The most prone to the occurrence of hemorrhoids are people aged 25-50 years, that is, people of working age. Although hemorrhoids are more common in men, most women seek medical attention at the first […]

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Hemorrhagic fevers

Hemorrhagic fevers – acute infectious diseases of a viral nature, characterized by toxicosis, fever and hemorrhagic syndrome – the outflow of blood from the vessels (bleeding, hemorrhage). The causative agents belong to the group of arboviruses, the reservoir of which is mainly mouse-like rodents and ixodid ticks. Infection begins when a tick bites, when people come into contact

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Hemangioma is the most common vascular tumor. It has the appearance of red spots on various parts of the body, including the face. According to statistics, one child out of a hundred is born with her. Hemangiomas – benign vascular tumors – are simple (located on the plane of the skin), cavernous (located under the skin), combined (consisting

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Gastroptosis is a prolapse of the stomach. The reasons Prolapse of the stomach of varying degrees traditionally develops in individuals with a poorly trained anterior abdominal wall, with constant physical overstrain, and also in women who have given birth a lot. In extremely severe cases, prolapse of the stomach occurs in the small pelvis. Symptoms The patient

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Chronic gastritis is an inflammation of the gastric mucosa, characterized by a disorder in the secretion of gastric juice and gastric contractions. Chronic gastritis affects 50% of the population and only 10-15% go to the doctor. Chronic gastritis leads to malabsorption of a number of nutrients and vitamins needed by the body. Anemia (anemia) often develops because the

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Gardnerellosis (bacterial vaginosis)

Gardnerellosis is one of the most common infectious diseases of the genitals in women, characterized by the replacement of the normal microflora of the vagina with opportunistic microorganisms. In the urogenital tract of men, due to the peculiarities of the structure of its mucous membrane and the lack of favorable conditions for the colonization of it by

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Galactocele occurs in pregnant and breastfeeding women. The tumor is dense, with clear boundaries, similar to a cyst filled with fluid. Galactocele requires careful examination to rule out cancer.

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Sinusitis is an inflammation of the maxillary paranasal sinus. This is one of the most common diseases that lead to the improbability of nasal breathing. The maxillary sinuses, like all nasal sinuses, open into the nasal cavity with tiny (1-3 mm) excretory openings. With swelling of the mucous membrane, these holes close, and bacteria begin to actively develop

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