Belching   is the involuntary or arbitrary discharge of gases from the esophagus or stomach through the mouth as a result of diaphragmatic contraction. If, with all this, the contents of the stomach enter the esophagus, then they talk about regurgitation. Usually gas from the stomach in small portions passes unnoticed through the mouth or through the […]

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Food poisoning

Food poisoning is preceded by the consumption of spoiled foods, poisonous mushrooms, plants, and foods that have become temporarily poisonous under certain conditions, such as green potatoes. Food poisoning can also result from eating foods containing heavy metal salts and other toxic chemicals. Symptoms of food poisoning Food poisoning is similar in symptoms to food

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Otosclerosis is a specific degenerative ear disease that traditionally affects the bone capsule of the labyrinth. The disease is caused by a pathological process in the bony labyrinth, often causing fixation of the base of the stirrup in the vestibule window, which contributes to the immobility of the stirrup and hearing loss. The disease usually develops in

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Otomycosis is a disease caused by the development of various types of mold fungi on the walls of the external auditory canal (sometimes on the eardrum). The reasons The causes of otomycosis can be factors such as previous dermatitis of the external auditory canal, eczematous diseases, chronic suppurative otitis media, microtrauma of the skin of the

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Otitis media is an inflammation of the middle ear. What we used to call the ear is only the outer ear, which consists of the auricle, the external auditory meatus and the tympanic membrane, which separates it from the middle ear. The middle ear is a tiny cavity that houses a bony mechanism designed to transmit sound waves

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Edema is an excess accumulation of fluid in the tissues of the body, subcutaneous tissue. Edema is not an independent disease, it is a symptom of heart disease complicated by heart failure, kidney disease, can be observed with cirrhosis of the liver, starvation, and pathology of pregnancy. Causes of edema The mechanism of edema formation is that

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cerebral edema

Cerebral edema is a pathological condition in which excessive accumulation of water occurs in the tissues of the brain and spinal cord due to disruption of its normal movement and metabolic disorders. Causes of cerebral edema may occur as a result of the direct impact of the pathological process on the nervous system (trauma, brain tumors,

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Pulmonary edema

Pulmonary edema is one of the most severe, not often fatal complications of a number of diseases associated with excessive sweating of tissue fluid on the surface of the diffuse alveolar-capillary membrane of the lungs. Varieties of pulmonary edema There are hydrostatic and membranogenic pulmonary edema, the origin of which is different. Hydrostatic pulmonary edema occurs in

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Laryngeal edema

Laryngeal edema – swelling of the mucous and submucosal membranes of the larynx due to soaking them with exudate or transudate. It occurs as one of the manifestations of an inflammatory or non-inflammatory lesion of the larynx and is traditionally localized in places of accumulation of loose submucosal tissue of the larynx (subglottic space, vestibular folds, aryepiglottic

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Aversion to sexual partner

Sexual aversion is a feeling of disgust towards a sexual partner, the most severe form of inter-partner sexual disorders. The most common causes of sexual aversion are: deep conflicts between partners; reaction to the psycho-traumatic behavior of a partner (for example, to his betrayal); reaction to an unpleasant odor emanating from a partner; as a

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