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Rubella

Rubella

Description rubella Rubella belongs to the group of typical pediatric infectious diseases. Transferring is called. Rubeola virus, and droplet route of infection (air) as well as influenza and childhood diseases such as measles and chickenpox. Rubella virus belongs to the…

Ovarian cysts

Ovarian cysts

Description of cysts on the ovary Polycystic ovary syndrome is a disease for which diagnosis is necessary to present several factors that occur together. It is a heterogeneous disease, and it means that its occurrence is involved in several pathological…

Lymphedema

Lymphedema

Description of lymphedema Lymphedema is a protracted illness with swelling. Arises as a result of a malfunction of the lymphatic (or lymphatic) system, in which there is a build up of fluid (lymph, lymph) in the tissues. Lymphatic system Everyone…

Inflammation of the ovaries

Inflammation of the ovaries

Description inflammation of the ovaries Inflammation ovarian among the infectious diseases that affect the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, and rarely sometimes pelvic peritoneum. Inflammation of the ovaries is only popular designation, because the ovaries are quite resistant to inflammation, and…

Coffee ground vomitus

Coffee ground vomitus

Overview The term coffee ground vomitus describes vomit that looks like coffee grounds. This is a result of coagulated blood in the vomit. Vomiting blood is also known as hematemesis or coffee ground emesis. The color of the vomited blood…

Conn’s syndrome

Conn’s syndrome

Description Conn’s syndrome Conn’s syndrome or primary aldosteronism is not quite rare hormone (endocrine) a disease that is characterized by elevated levels of aldosterone in blood. Aldosterone is an important hormone produced by the adrenal glands. When primary aldosteronism adrenal…

Bleedings

Bleedings

Description disseminated intravascular coagulation Disseminated intravascular coagulation is a disease which is characterized by increased bleeding.This disease is caused by disorders of hemostasis. Hemostasis is the mechanism ensuring stop bleeding after an injury in which a breach of the vessel…

Jaundice

Jaundice

Description jaundice Viral hepatitis is also known under the name of jaundice, but this designation is not entirely correct. Hepatitis, jaundiceprofessionally, is the term used for the yellowish-colored skin, mucous membranes and eye sclera. It is caused by a high…

Pneumoconiosis

Pneumoconiosis

Description of pneumoconiosis They are professional lung diseases which arise mineral dust inhalation into the lungs. This dust causes a reaction lung cells and increased production of tissue (lung fibrotisation). Its consequence is a disorder of the lungs and breathing…

Anal fissure

Anal fissure

Description of anal fissures Anal fissure or anal fissure is a painful disease that occurs most frequently injured anal mucosahard stools (constipation). Manifested considerable pain rectum, which increases during and after defecation (after a bowel movement), and persists for several…