Masturbation Masturbation is the self-stimulation of erogenous zones (usually the genitals) in order to induce orgasm and relieve tension caused by unsatisfied sexual desires. 97% of men and 80% of women resort to masturbation. Masturbation is a common adaptive form of sexual behavior that precedes an active sexual life. Sexual self-stimulation is often observed in infancy and […]

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Mastocytosis Mastocytosis is a disease characterized by the presence of purple-brown spots on the skin and the plane of internal organs as a result of the proliferation of mast cells, more often occurs in babies. The clinical picture depends on the form of the disease Mastocytoma is a skin tumor made up of mast cells. The course

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mastoiditis Mastoiditis is a purulent inflammation of the mucous membrane of the cells and bone tissue of the mastoid process of the temporal bone. Atypical forms of mastoiditis include zygomatitis (zygomatitis), squamite, petrositis. Petrositis is characterized by the development of the Gradenigo triad: acute otitis media, trigeminitis, paresis or paralysis of the abducens nerve. The reasons High virulence

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Mastitis Mastitis is an inflammation of the breast. Dominant age Mastitis of newborns occurs in the first days of life as a result of infection of hyperplastic glandular elements. Postpartum mastitis – during breastfeeding Periductal mastitis (plasmocytic) – more often during menopause. Predominant sex Mostly women are affected Juvenile mastitis – in adolescents of both sexes during

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Mastalgia Mastalgia is pain in the breast. In premenopausal women, mastalgia can manifest itself as a feeling of discomfort that occurs before menstruation. It is believed that the root cause of mastalgia is cyclic engorgement of the glands, due to venous congestion and swelling of the stroma before menstruation, at which time the mammary gland increases in volume

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Mansonellosis Mansonellosis is a helminthic invasion from the group of filariasis (filariasis), occurring with fever, allergic skin rashes, joint pain, and eosinophilia. Etiology. The causative agents are the nematodes Mansonella ozzardi, Mansonella perstans and Mansonella streptocerca of the Onchocercidae family. Epidemiology The source of the invasion is a sick person. Carriers – midges of the genus Culicoides The disease is

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Mannosidosis Mannosidosis– accumulation disease, which develops as a result of insufficiency of lysosomal mannosidases. Two etiologically and clinically different forms have been identified. a Mannosidosis develops with deficiency of α-mannosidase (*248500, EC, 19pl3.2-ql2, MANBA gene, p). Depending on the severity of symptoms and periods of onset, 2 forms of the disease are distinguished: a more severe type

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Dandy walker malformation

Dandy walker malformation Dundy-Walker malformation is an anomaly in the development of the fourth ventricle region in combination with cerebellar hypoplasia, hydrocephalus, atresia of the holes of Luschka and Magendie, observed in isolation or as part of several syndromes. Dyundy-Walker syndrome (Dyundy-Walker disease, 220200, DWS gene defect, p or polygenic). Expansion of the IV ventricle, hydrocephalus, cranial

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Malaria Malaria is a transmissible human disease characterized by a predominant lesion of the reticulohistiocytic system and erythrocytes, febrile attacks, anemia, enlargement of the liver and spleen. Etiology The causative agents are protozoans of the genus Plasmodium. Plasmodium vivax – the causative agent of three-day malaria Plasmodium malarias is the causative agent of four-day malaria. Plasmodium

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macroangiopathy diabetic

macroangiopathy diabetic macroangiopathy diabetic– a frequent complication of diabetes mellitus with a predominant lesion of the coronary, cerebral and peripheral vessels, which largely determines the prognosis of the disease. Atherosclerosis. The frequency of atherosclerosis is significantly increased in patients with diabetes mellitus; this means that diabetes, like hypertension, smoking, hyperlipidemia, obesity, and family history, is a risk

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