Necrotic phlegmon of newborns

Necrotic phlegmon of newborns is an acute purulent inflammation of the skin and subcutaneous tissue in babies during the first weeks of life. The reasons The skin of a newborn baby is very delicate and easily vulnerable. With insufficiently good care, when diaper rash, areas of maceration and individual purulent foci are found (and the skin cannot […]

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Neurocirculatory dystonia (NCD)

Name: Neurocirculatory dystonia (NCD)   Neurocirculatory dystonia (NCD) is a functional disorder of the cardiovascular system. This disease is caused by a violation of the regulatory influence of the central and autonomic nervous system on the functions of internal organs. The reasons In people of different ages, asthenia as a result of acute and chronic infectious diseases

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Neurosyphilis – damage to the nervous system by a syphilitic infection – can occur at any stage of the development of this infection and depends on the ingress of the causative agent of syphilis (treponema pallidum) into the brain tissue. The reasons Previously, the main cause of syphilis of the nervous system was considered to be

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Neurorheumatism is a rheumatic disorder of the nervous system. Rheumatic disease, most often occurring with damage to the joints and heart, can also affect the nervous system, both peripheral (nerves) and central (brain). With damage to the peripheral nerves, disorders characteristic of neuritis or neuropathy appear. With brain damage, rheumatic meningitis or encephalitis can develop. The latter is the most

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Neurohumoral sexual disorders

Neurohumoral sexual disorders – are caused by damage to the diencephalic department (subthalamic neurohumoral center) or individual endocrine glands (pituitary gland, gonads, adrenal glands, etc.); however, in most cases they are of a pluriglandular nature (syndromes of delay or disharmony of the pubertal period, age-related decline in sexual functions, etc.). The reasons These are mainly hereditary genetic

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Vitamin C deficiency

Vitamin C deficiency (deficiency of ascorbic acid – scurvy, scurvy). Symptoms and course of vitamin C deficiency . General weakness, high fragility of blood vessels with the formation of punctate hemorrhages, bleeding from the gums, hemorrhagic effusion in the joints and pleura. The development of anemia, degeneration of the mucous membranes, disruption of the nervous system. Treatment of vitamin

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Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) deficiency

Deficiency of vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) – is observed in adults only with the suppression of the bacterial flora of the intestine, synthesizing pyridoxine in sufficient quantities, long-term use of antibiotics, sulfonamides and anti-tuberculosis products. Vitamin B6 is found in many plant and animal foods, especially yeast. The daily requirement for adults is 2-2.5 mg. Symptoms and course of

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Vitamin B3 deficiency, PP

Deficiency of nicotinic acid (vitamin B3, PP) . Severe deficiency is manifested by symptoms of pellagra. The daily requirement of adults for nicotinic acid is 20-25 mg. Symptoms and course of vitamin B3 deficiency, PP The digestive, nervous system and skin are mainly affected. Loss of appetite, dryness and burning sensation in the mouth, vomiting, diarrhea alternating with constipation,

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Vitamin A deficiency

Vitamin A is found in many products of animal origin (butter, egg yolk, fish liver), vegetable products contain carotene (provitamin A). Vitamin A is fat soluble. The daily requirement for an adult is 1.5 mg (5000 IU). Symptoms and course of vitamin A deficiency. First of all, the organs of vision change: night or “chicken” blindness is characteristic due

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Vitamin B1 (thiamine) deficiency

Tohypovitaminosis iavitaminosis B1 (beriberi) is predisposed by pregnancy, lactation, hard physical labor, febrile illnesses, thyrotoxicosis, diabetes mellitus. The daily requirement for a vitamin is within 2 mg. Symptoms and course of vitamin B1 deficiency . Widespread damage to the peripheral nerves (polyneuritis) and the cardiovascular system. Patients complain of fatigue, headache, shortness of breath, palpitations during exercise. Concerned about paresthesia (feeling of

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