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Prostate adenoma

Prostate adenoma

One of the most frequent pathologies of the prostate is adenoma. The danger of adenoma is that it leads to an increase in the size and squeezing of the urethra, which passes through it.  It is a benign tumor that often occurs in men older than 40-50 years. It is the proliferation of prostate tissue and the occurrence of benign tumors in it (tumors, “nodes”). Since the prostate gland envelops a part of the urethra, as it expands, it squeezes…

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Anal fissure in the anus

Anal fissure in the anus

Anal fissure exists, and millions of people suffer from it. According to statistics, the disease ranks third among proctological diseases after hemorrhoids and paraproctitis. The disease can affect people of any age and gender.  Disease description  An anal fissure is a narrow and long defect in the mucous membrane of the anus. At this point, the mucous membrane is torn apart, exposing the muscle layer. The length of the fissure of the anus is usually small no more than 2…

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Acute pancreatitis

Acute pancreatitis

Acute pancreatitis not only delivers physical torment, sometimes intolerable, to patients, but also can threaten their lives. Some patients can be saved only with timely surgical intervention.   Acute pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas. Symptoms of pancreatitis: acute and intolerable pain in the abdomen. Depending on what part of the gland is inflamed, pain localization is possible in the right or left hypochondrium in the epigastric region, the pain may be shingling. Chronic pancreatitis is accompanied by a…

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Rectal cancer

Rectal cancer

Rectal cancer is another oncological disease of the abdominal organs, which often affects people all over the world. The disease develops from 1 to 4 stages and is accompanied by severe fatigue, weight loss and pain in the abdomen.    There are four stages of this disease:  If cancer in the form of a tumor or ulcer has small dimensions, mobile and occupies a clearly limited portion of the mucosa. By the degree of distribution it does not penetrate deeper…

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Hemorrhoid

Hemorrhoid

Hemorrhoid is a fairly common disease; proctologists believe that more than half of people sooner or later face it. The more a person spends in a sitting position and leads an inactive way of life, the more likely the appearance of hemorrhoid.   The mechanism of occurrence  Walls of veins passing in the rectum for various reasons can expand and lose their tone. Gradually they increase in size, stretch and protrude the mucous membrane and eventually completely exit. During the…

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