Hepatic (biliary) colic

Hepatic (biliary) colic – paroxysmal, traditionally severe pain in the right hypochondrium is a manifestation of various diseases of the biliary tract as a result of a violation of the outflow of bile from the gallbladder or through the common bile duct. In an effort to overcome the obstacle that interferes with the movement of bile, the […]

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One of the most insidious enemies of hair isdandruff . It causes concern to many. Dandruff is characterized by the appearance of many loose scales on the skin of the scalp, more in the occipito-parietal region. Most often, it is a companion of seborrhea, but may be associated with a violation of metabolic processes in the body, improper hair

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Periostitis, abscess, flux

Periostitis, abscess, flux – in principle, all these concepts are almost identical – this is a limited accumulation of pus in the tissues that occurs during inflammation. In the maxillofacial region, as a rule, it is the result of a complicated dental disease. It can also be caused by a furuncle, sore throat, damage to the skin or

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Perianal genital warts

Genital warts are papillary formations, dense, gray-pink in color, localized on the skin of the perianal region, also often on the genitals of men and women. In some cases, warts merge with each other, forming separate conglomerates in the form of cauliflower, often located so densely that they close the anus. More often, simple genital warts are found

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Prolongation of pregnancy

Prolongation of pregnancy – untimely (late) occurrence of labor activity Post-term pregnancy is considered to be a pregnancy whose duration exceeds the normal one by 10-14 days, i.e. is 290-294 days Varieties of post-term pregnancy Distinguish true (biological) prolongation of pregnancy and imaginary (chronological), or prolonged pregnancy. A truly postterm pregnancy lasts more than 10-14 days after the expected

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Intermittent claudication

Name: Intermittent claudication   Intermittent lameness . Occurs with obliterating atherosclerosis, obliterating endarteritis. The main symptom is the occurrence of pain in the calf muscles when walking, which disappear or decrease when you stop. The appearance of intermittent claudication is promoted by diabetes mellitus, high blood lipids, obesity, smoking, advanced and senile age. Usually obliterating atherosclerosis is combined with vasoconstriction of

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Fractures are the general name for a violation of the integrity of the bones as a result of their damage. There are congenital fractures that occur as a result of a decrease in the strength of the skeleton from various diseases. Acquired fractures appear as a result of a force load on the bone that exceeds

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Tooth fracture

Tooth fracture – damage to the tooth with a violation of the integrity of its crown or root. Trauma to the teeth may be accompanied by the destruction of the tooth socket, fractures of the alveolar process or jaws. Distinguish: incomplete fractures (without opening the pulp): cracks in enamel and dentin; marginal fracture of the crown in

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twisted hair

Name: Twisted hair   Twisted hair is spirally twisted dystrophic hair. The reasons Clinically, hair is normal at birth, but vellus hair is gradually replaced by abnormally curled hair that becomes apparent by the 3rd month of life. Symptoms Damaged hair is brittle, breaks easily and does not grow to a significant length. Usually the hair breaks off

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Overeating (hyperphagia)

Overeating is a serious condition characterized by uncontrolled eating and resulting weight gain. Varieties Paroxysmal – wolf hunger Constant appetite An insatiable appetite that comes only with eating Nocturnal bulimia combined with daytime anorexia Reasons for overeating It is not often that the root cause of this state of affairs lies not in a disturbed

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