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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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All thinness of nails prosthetics

All thinness of nails prosthetics

Nails in everyday life are subjected to constant loads, which often leads to some trouble. For example, it comes off as a result of a traumatic injury. How to be in such cases?  They perform not only an aesthetic, but also a protective function, so it is necessary to restore the plate. Modern medicine offers such technology as nail prosthetics. This procedure performed both on the arms and legs is relatively inexpensive and instantly solves the problem. Today we will…

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Gas gangrene

Gas gangrene

Despite the fact that antibiotics are readily available today, and in the operating rooms, newer means are used to ensure asepsis, it is not yet possible to get rid of gangrene. Gas gangrene is a pathological process caused by an anaerobic spore-forming clostridial infection, accompanied by progressive edema and necrosis of soft tissues, gas formation and severe intoxication of the body with bacterial toxins and tissue decomposition products. The disease is caused by obligate anaerobes (Clostridium perfringens, Cl. Oedematiens, Cl….

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Knee surgery

Knee surgery

Tightened laps is an integral part of the image of a beautiful lady in general. It is the well-groomed knees that the male gaze lingers above all. So, it is very important that the skin on your lap is flawless. If the skin peels off – you can get rid of this deficiency with the help of masks, creams and other procedures. But dry skin on the legs is not the only problem. Often, in order to preserve or restore…

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Cheek surgery

Cheek surgery

The “fashion” for one or another type of face is no less fleeting than the one for clothes, but throughout the history of mankind, a woman’s face with high, distinct cheekbones and slightly protruding chin was considered harmonious and attractive. Different people can have different tastes and concepts about beauty. But everyone does not like sunken cheeks. The same thing can be said about too thick ones. When the patient turns to a plastic surgeon for a facelift, then tightening…

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Gluteoplasty

Gluteoplasty

The increase in the buttocks in medical practice is called gluteoplasty. Plastic surgery is aimed at increasing the volume and/or changing the shape of this part of the body. In modern medicine, various methods are used to give volume, and fillers are different. Before the procedure, it is necessary to receive basic information about gluteoplasty, correctly prepare for the choice of clinic and doctor. What is it and how does the procedure proceed?   An increase in the buttocks or…

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Actinomycosis

Actinomycosis

Actinomycosis is a chronic specific infectious disease in which a dense infiltration develops on the skin and subcutaneous tissues, which tends to progress, in which specific druses are detected.  Etiology and pathogenesis of actinomycosis  The causative agent of the disease is Actinomyces Israeli fungi, gram-positive fungal microorganisms from the Fungi imperfecti group, as well as Actinomyces naestundii and Arachnia propionica fungi, which are vegetative on the stalks of barley, rye and other cereals. These fungi are widespread in nature. When…

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Fasciolosis

Fasciolosis

Fascioliasis is a parasitic invasion caused by a hepatic or giant fluke and characterized by a primary lesion of the hepatobiliary system. Fasciolosis (fasciolosis) is helminthiasis of the trematodoz group. It affects mainly the hepatobiliary system. The causative agent of this disease, fasciola, is detected and described by Malpighi in 1698. Etiology of fascioliasis In puberty, fascioli parasitize humans and cattle (bile ducts and gall bladder, very rarely lungs and other organs). Helminth eggs are excreted in the feces of…

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Abscess

Abscess

Abscess An abscess is most often caused by the penetration of microorganisms (in most cases of staphylococci, epidermal streptococcus, bacteroids) into tissues and organs as a result of injuries (including operating theaters), superficial injections with short needles of pharmaceutical solutions of increased concentration or on an oil basis, and non-compliance of asepsis rules.  Etiology and pathogenesis An abscess may occur with boils, carbuncles, lymphadenitis, hematoma suppuration. Favorable factors for the occurrence of this pathology are diabetes mellitus, obesity, vitamin deficiencies,…

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