Kyphosis
Trying on a twelve-year-old son a new shirt, you noticed that his back was round. They looked more closely and saw what they had not previously paid attention to; the…

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Protective barriers in the lungs
It is not difficult to imagine what would have happened if the smallest particles of dust, aerosols, various microorganisms contained in the air we breathe fell into the lungs. Very…

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Coronary heart disease
Illness creeps in unnoticed Coronary heart disease develops gradually and by the time when it manifests itself, it usually goes very far. For the first time, the disease manifests itself…

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adolescence

Prostatitis

About half of men aged 20 to 50 suffer from chronic prostatitis – inflammation of one of the internal genital organs – the prostate (prostate). It is located around the urethra in the place of its exit from the bladder and consists mainly of glandular cells. These cells produce a special fluid that is released during ejaculation along with sperm and creates favorable conditions for their activity in the female genital tract. Continue reading

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 passes into the stomach of the part of the cardiac.

In the place of transition of the esophagus into the stomach, the muscle fibers form a sphincter (bagasse). Normally, outside the swallowing, this sphincter is closed, which prevents the contents of the stomach and gastric juice from entering the esophagus. Continue reading

Kyphosis

Trying on a twelve-year-old son a new shirt, you noticed that his back was round. They looked more closely and saw what they had not previously paid attention to; the angles of the blades are very prominent. Now ask him to bend down and touch the floor with his fingertips. Not enough? This means that you have reason to show your son to an orthopedic doctor, since these three signs may indicate the onset of the spinal cord disease – juvenile kyphosis. It is called adolescent because it is most commonly found in adolescents, and boys are 3–4 times more likely to be sick than girls. Continue reading

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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Chronical bronchitis
Chronic bronchitis is the most common disease of the broncho-pulmonary system, and at the same time the least studied, which is to a certain extent due to the presence of…

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Is beer harmful?
Let's start with the fact that beer, like vodka, brandy, port wine, dry wine, is an alcoholic drink, because it also contains ethyl alcohol. Now everyone knows that drinking alcohol…

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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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