Endometritis is an inflammation of the lining of the uterus. In this case, the disease affects the functional and basal layers of the uterine mucosa. Varieties of endometritis spicy subacute chronic Causes of endometritis Disease occurs when pathogenic microorganisms enter the uterus – streptococci, staphylococci, gonococci, chlamydia, trichomonas, E. coli, etc. The penetration of viruses is facilitated […]

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Endometriosis is a pathological process of benign growth in various organs of tissue, similar in structure and function to the endometrium – the inner lining of the uterus that is shed during menstruation. Endometrial growths undergo cyclic monthly changes, have the ability to penetrate into the surrounding tissues and form extensive adhesive processes. How does endometriosis develop?

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Endocrine ophthalmopathy (bulging eyes)

Endocrine ophthalmopathy (bulging eyes) is an autoimmune disease of the tissues and muscles of the orbit, leading to the development of exophthalmos and a complex of eye symptoms. Often associated with autoimmune thyroid disease. Symptoms of endocrine ophthalmopathy (bulging eyes) Patients complain of lacrimation, especially in the wind, photophobia, a feeling of pressure in the eyes,

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Endocrine ophthalmopathy

Endocrine ophthalmopathy is an autoimmune disease of the tissues and muscles of the orbit, leading to the development of exophthalmos and a complex of eye symptoms. The disease is based on autoimmune disorders leading to changes in the extraocular muscles and retrobulbar tissue: a violation of the structure of muscle fibers, diffuse cellular infiltration by lymphocytes

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Endocarditis – inflammation of the inner lining of the heart (endocardium) with rheumatism, less often with infection (sepsis, fungal infections), with diffuse diseases of the connective tissue, intoxication (uremia). Subacute (protracted) septic endocarditis (infective endocarditis) is a septic disease with the location of the main focus of infection on the heart valves. Most often, the causative agents

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The concept of emphysema combines increased airiness and reduced mobility of the lung tissue. Most often all lungs are affected (diffuse emphysema). Sometimes swollen areas of the lungs are combined with normal lung tissue. Such areas are called bullae, and bullous emphysema. What does it happen from? The main root cause of the disease is chronic bronchitis. In

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the electrical impulse does not come from the sinus node. They can accompany any heart disease, and in half of the cases are not associated with it at all, reflecting the effect on the heart of vegetative and psycho-emotional disorders, as well as the balance of electrolytes in the body, drug treatment, alcohol and stimulants, and

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Eclampsia is a form of high blood pressure that occurs during pregnancy. This is the last and most severe phase of preeclampsia, and it occurs in the absence of adequate treatment. Causes of eclampsia The exact underlying cause of preeclampsia and eclampsia is unknown, although some researchers point to poor nutrition, high levels of body fat, or

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Eczema is an inflammation of the surface layers of the skin of a neuro-allergic nature that occurs in response to exposure to external or internal stimuli, characterized by rash polymorphism, itching and a long relapsing course. Currently, up to 40 percent of all skin diseases are due to eczema, and an increasing number of people suffer

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Esophagitis is inflammation of the lining of the esophagus. The esophagus is a tube that connects the mouth to the stomach. Inflammation of the esophagus can be acute or chronic. Acute esophagitis occurs when the mucous membrane of the esophagus is irritated by chemicals, with thermal burns and various infectious diseases. Esophagitis can develop with a long

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