Hypothalamus
The hypothalamus owes its name to what is located at the base of the brain in the hypothalamus region. Translated from the Latin hypothalamus, there is a hypothalamus. This is…

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First aid for loss of consciousness
The most common causes of loss of consciousness - fainting and traumatic brain injury. FROZEN - a sudden short-term loss of consciousness caused by insufficient supply of blood to the…

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First aid for loss of consciousness
The most common causes of loss of consciousness - fainting and traumatic brain injury. FROZEN - a sudden short-term loss of consciousness caused by insufficient supply of blood to the…

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adult paratrahoma

Chlamydia conjunctivitis

Conjunctivitis, that is, inflammation of the mucous membrane of the eye, is known to many. But not everyone knows about chlamydial conjunctivitis, which is often encountered by ophthalmologists. The causative agents of this disease – chlamydia – are intermediate between viruses and bacteria. As viruses, they multiply in the cells of the human body, and as bacteria die under the influence of antibiotics and sulfa drugs. Continue reading

Heartburn
Heartburn (sensation of heat, burning in the chest or in the epigastric region) occurs most often as a result of throwing acidic gastric contents into the esophagus, where the reaction…

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Psammotherapy
What is the effect of sand baths? Who is shown and who is contraindicated treatment with heated sand? How nice it is to lie on the beach right on the…

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Reflux - Esophagitis
Initially, a little anatomy. The diaphragm (muscle-tendon septum) separates the chest cavity from the abdominal. Through the esophageal opening of the diaphragm, the esophagus descends into the abdominal cavity and…

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Gout
This disease is the result of a violation of protein metabolism, more precisely, the exchange of the so-called purine bases that make up the nucleic acids of proteins. Translated from…

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