sagging corner of his mouth

Other names: wilted corner of her mouth Mimic facial muscles, ie muscles responsible for facial expressions, are stocked with the seventh cranial nerve fibers to muscles to bring commands from the central nervous system. Violation of the structure of...

scab

Other names: crust The scab on the skin (crust professionally) is a sign of healing, when after previous injury oremptying blister (eg. Acne or any infectious disease with rash) leads to the formation of some kind of coating formed from dried blood a...

scar on the skin

Scar itself, emerging mainly after injury is a common and physiological phenomenon. It is theconnective tissue of the skin substitute that does not already have such features as the skin itself. It is not as resistant to ultraviolet radiation, does n...

scratches on the skin

Other names: erosion of the skin, excoriation The skin usually graze, when we are somewhere itch. Itching (pruritus) is usually milder in nature than the pain, but it is harder to affect drugs. Do scratches can then take extra infection and the affec...

sensation of incomplete voiding

Other names: a feeling of incomplete emptying of the bladder Sensation of incomplete urination is a sign of the existence of some obstacles in the lower urinary tract, which prevents urine flow from the bladder. It occurs together with other symptoms...

sensitive teeth

Other names: increasingly sensitive teeth, increased tooth sensitivity Increased tooth sensitivity highlights the ongoing pathological process in the oral cavity. Mostly related to insufficient or neglected care of oral hygiene. Tooth sensitivity is...

sensory disturbances

Other names: hypoesthesia, decreased perception of stimuli, numbness, increased sensitivity, anesthesia, hyperstezie Sensory loss means - the perception of touch, pressure, tension, positioning, pain, heat or cold ** **. Disrupted may just be one of...

shivers

Chills is a vibration throughout the body due to the feeling of winter, when soaring temperatures -fever. Need not be accompanied by any fever, especially when he started slowly. Typically, however, is the introduction of influenza, streptococcus inf...