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Tachycardia

Tachycardia

If the heart beats abnormally fast – this is tachycardia. A strong beat is not a disease – it is either a physiological condition of the body, or a symptom of one of many diseases.

Esophageal cancer

Esophageal cancer

Esophageal cancer develops during the degeneration of epithelial cells in different layers of the tube through which food from the oral cavity enters the stomach. The process involves the formation of atypical cells, the number of which grows along with the size of the tumor. The disease is more often detected in men. More susceptible to people from 45 years. In Europeans, pathology is 6 times more common than in Africans.

Liver oncology

Liver oncology

One third of cancer causes metastases in the liver. This complication accompanies every second oncology of the abdominal organs. Malignant lesions of the gland with metastases are called metastatic cancer. Previously, this oncology was considered a harbinger of the imminent death of the patient. With the development of medicine, the diagnosis ceased to be a sentence. Depending on the type of metastases, their number and degree of malignancy, doctors select the therapy, and the patient has a chance to live….

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Constipation in children

Constipation in children

In children and adults, abdominal pain and increased gas formation appear on the background of constipation. With persistent constipation, there is a risk of sucking back products from the intestines into the bloodstream. This is fraught with intoxication, the development of dehydration and multiple organ failure. Due to the natural hypersensitivity of the body, constipation in babies requires immediate treatment. The fact of constipation in infants The intestine of children of the first year of life is only developing. Its…

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Cancer

Cancer

There is no single cause of cancer. Every day thousands of people around the world learn about their new and dangerous enemy. According to statistics, until 2020 we can expect an increase in the number of patients in 2 times from 10 million to 20 million. Around the world, groups of scientists are making numerous attempts to study the mystery of the onset of oncological diseases and, to admit honestly, thanks to their hard work, the progress in studying this…

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Allergic conjunctivitis

Allergic conjunctivitis

Inflammation of the conjunctiva caused by immune reactions in response to the body’s contact with the allergen. Reasons One of the main causes of allergic conjunctivitis is hypersensitivity to environmental factors. Due to their location and the anatomical structure of the eye, more than other organs are subject to interaction with allergens. The disease can be caused by domestic, vegetable, drug, chemical allergens, which are contained in the ambient air. Sometimes the development of the disease can occur against the…

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Flatfoot in children

Flatfoot in children

All parents remember well how their baby first stood on its feet, as it did the first step. Nevertheless, this joy is possible only under the condition of healthy and strong legs in a child. What are the signs? You should not think that with this disease only the shape of the foot changes, the disease entails a change in the entire musculoskeletal system, so it is important to determine the disease in time. The first signs will help: Pay…

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Ankyloglossia

Ankyloglossia

The frenulum of tongue is a sublingual fold of the mucous membrane of the oral cavity, which connects the tongue with the bottom of the oral cavity. Its normal length in a stretched condition at a 5-year-old child is about 8 mm, but not less than 5 mm. When the bridle of the tongue is too short, the diagnosis of ankyloglossia is put. The tongue itself can also be shortened, thickened and at its very end may have a central…

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Herpes

Herpes

Viral infections often occur in children. When infected with herpes, rashes can appear on the mucous membranes of the mouth, lips, inner surface of the cheeks. However, this disease can be mistaken for a sore throat. Causes It refers to viruses that can affect not only the skin, but also the mucous membranes of the throat, eyes and mouth. Its feature is the fact that the pathology is more common in children 1-14 years. Breast babies rarely get this type…

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Blepharitis

Blepharitis

Blepharitis is a disease of the margins of the eyelids. The most visible signs of this inflammation are redness of the edges of the lids and small whitish-yellow scales between the eyelashes.