Urethritis is an inflammation of the urethra (urethra). This is a very common urological disease. Urethritis affects approximately equally often both men and women. There are two large groups of urethritis – infectious and non-infectious. Infectious urethritis is caused by various pathogens. Urethritis is divided into specific (gonococci, gardnerella) and nonspecific (staphylococcus aureus, E. coli, streptococcus). Non-infectious urethritis can […]

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Vyazel multi-colored

VYAZEL MULTI-COLORED   Herbaceous perennial with a creeping branched rhizome and with numerous hollow, branched, creeping or ascending branches. The leaves are alternate pinnate, with 5-11 pairs of oblong-oval, rounded at the top and ending in a point leaflets. The flowers are collected in hemispherical umbrellas, sessile on long peduncles emerging from the axils of the upper

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Elm hornbeam

Common name: ilm. Parts used: bark. Pharmacy name: elm bark – Ulmae cortex (earlier: Cortex Ulmae). Botanical description. A tree reaching a height of 40 m. The girth of its trunk is very large, and it can be said that hardly any other of our wild trees reaches the same age as the elm. The trunk branches at a fairly

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Elm smooth

ELM SMOOTH (elm, birch bark)   Tree up to 30 m tall with brown smooth, then cracking bark. The shoots are thin, light brown, shiny (in a similar rough elm, the shoots are thick, dark brown, rough). The leaves are rather large, obovate or oval, with a retracted pointed apex, unequal at the base (moreover, one side

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Elm smooth (Ulmus laevis Pall.)

Elm smooth – Elm, or elm – a tall tree from the elm family. Other names: elm, birch bark Description: Tree up to 30 m tall with brown smooth, then cracking bark. The shoots are thin, light brown, shiny (in a similar rough elm – Ulmus scabra Mill .. the shoots are thick, dark brown rough). The leaves are rather

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Field bindweed – birch polova (veterinary practice)

Bindweed field – convolvulus arvencis l.   Common names: birch. Botanical characteristic. The bindweed family. A perennial herbaceous plant with a climbing or creeping stem up to 1 m long and a powerfully developed root system. The rhizome is long, branched. The leaves are alternate, sagittate, long-petiolate. The flowers are white or pink. Blooms from June to September. Spreading. It grows on abandoned cultivated lands, weedy

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Field bindweed (birch)

FIELD BIRD (birch)   Climbing or creeping perennial herb with several thin stems. Leaves on thin petioles are oblong, with a spear-shaped or swept-spear-shaped base, with whole or serrated ears. The flowers are large, white or pink, 1, rarely 1-3 on long terrestrial peduncles. Blooms all summer. It grows in meadows, along roadsides, as a weed in crops

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field bindweed

Popular names: birch, dodder, loach. Field Bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis L.)Perennial herbaceous plant of the bindweed family (Convolvulaceae), with a longish taproot penetrating the soil to a depth of 3 m. The stems are creeping, glabrous, up to 120 cm long, extending from the root neck and forming dense rosettes. Leaves on long petioles, with a spear-shaped

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