perspiration

Other names: hidrosis, perspiration Every person perspires, some less, some more. Sweat is normally own health, since it excludes a number of waste products (urea, salts, acids, ..). Sweat glands are spread across the skin with the exception of the e...

petechiae

Other names: purpura Petechiae look like tiny red to purple spots on the skin or mucosa, and are actually tiny burrs from the smallest blood vessels. May arise even in a healthy person who is exposed to a force, wherein small vessels locally burst, f...

photophobia

Other names: photophobia, sensitivity to light Sensitivity to light or photophobia is usually a sign of eye or nervous system. Man with photophobia is increasingly sensitive to light that he is uncomfortable, and may have problems with the transition...

pimples

Pimples can occur in various parts of the body. Most often they occur as inflamed sebaceous glands of the face and eventually back. In this case, the acne that affects most people in the period of hormonal changes (puberty, pregnancy), but not exclud...

pins on almonds

The pins look like white lumps or bumps on the tonsils and are ongoing signs of acute or chronictonsillitis. In acute inflammation, the patient has severe pain in the neck, throat and tonsils are red.Almonds can u povrchovějšího inflammation occur wh...

pleural effusion

Other names: accumulation of fluid in the pleural cavity empyema The pleura is a thin lining of the thoracic cavity consist of flat cells and a layer of binder. Has two sheets, the first of which closely encloses the lung (visceral pleura) and the ot...

point under the fingernails

Other titles: "chip" under the fingernails Visible changes in the nails may indicate how insignificant minor injuries, such as lack of certain nutrients, or even more serious problems such as mold, requiring specific treatment. The nails men appear f...

polio

Other names: paresis, paralysis Polio is technically called paresis, it is a lighter to heavier disability momentum of lower or upper extremities (paraparesis), half of the body (hemiparesis), or sometimes even the entire body (quadruparesis). Severe...

poor bone development

Poor development of bones, like the poor development of the teeth, may be caused by many diseases. In childhood rickets may arise from lack of vitamin D - manifested for example. Rickety rosary, chest deformity, vertebrae, ribs and skulls. Furthermor...

poor coordination of movements

Incoordination arises primarily impairment of its control centers - the cerebellum and basal ganglia and sometimes also impaired nerves in spinal cord injury. Without these structures would our movements inaccurate, excessive or insufficient, sometim...