MedicH - Part 3
ARVI and influenza among children

ARVI and influenza among children

With the onset of the cold season, the incidence of acute respiratory viral infections (ARVI) and influenza increases every year, becoming epidemic. Children are most susceptible to these infections: they catch a cold from an average of 7 to 10 times a year against 2-3 cases of the disease in adults.  There are two main causes of such morbidity in children: first, their immune system is not yet familiar with many viruses and cannot give them a fitting rebuff right…

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Pregnant women of fertile age with cardiac anomaly

Pregnant women of fertile age with cardiac anomaly

Maintaining women of fertile age with heart defects, including pregnant women is the choice and implementation of the best medical method, ensuring the preservation of the life and health of the mother and child. Indications for hospitalization with indication of the type of hospitalization. Type of hospitalization: planned, emergency. Indications for planned admission: cardiac anomaly (CA) in pregnant women with maternal risk assessment World Health Organization (WHO) I, WHO II, WHO II-III. The term of inpatient treatment in pregnant women…

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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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Orbital phlegmon

Orbital phlegmon

Orbital phlegmon is diffuse purulent inflammation of the orbital tissue, followed by necrosis. Etiology The disease is usually caused by staphylococci and streptococci, the most common cause is inflammation in the paranasal sinuses, infection in injuries, operations in the oculo-orbital area, in diseases of the teeth, common infections, caused by squeezing on the face of boils, barley, as a complication of purulent dusryocystitis, as a one of purulent dystrophyticitis. Orbital Phlegmon Clinic The disease occurs, as a rule, acutely –…

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Phlegmon palpebrae

Phlegmon palpebrae

Phlegmon is a spilled purulent inflammation of adipose tissue. It is a collective concept. The process can be located in the fiber of the orbit, eyelid or lacrimal sac. Upper palpebrae It occurs in places where there is a violation of the integrity of the skin. The source of the infection is clear and can be investigated. Most often, inflammation occurs in places where for a long period of time there have been no injuries, cuts or skin punctures. The…

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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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Fontanel

Fontanel

Fontanel  is one of the mostvulnerable places on the body of the crumbs. These are the empty spaces between the bones of the skull, covered with a strong membrane. It is one of the main indicators of development in the first year of life. It is located between the parietal and frontal bones of theskull, and resembles a rhombus in shape . It is soft with rather dense edges. When a child is just born naturally, its head, as arule,…

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Allergy to fungi

Allergy to fungi

Allergy to fungi – allergic reactions of an immediate-type allergic reaction and delayed-type hypersensitivity, which develop with fungal infections when the saprophytic fungi are in the body. Etiology and pathogenesis Infection occurs when in the zone of spread of fungi, through professional contact in agriculture, production of antibiotics, and during communicatioin with sick people and animals. Parasitization requires a number of favorable conditions: structural features of the skin and sweating, dysfunction of the endocrine glands, hypovitaminosis, long-term antibiotictherapy, which alters…

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Mediastinal liposarcoma

Mediastinal liposarcoma

 Mediastinal liposarcoma is a malignant lipoma. Malignant fatty tumors are found 5 times less benign, more often in men. Pathological anatomy of mediastinal liposarcoma  Macroscopically, liposarcoma has the form of massive nodes formed by dense tissue, may have a capsule. Infiltrative growth is watched during relapses. Vascularization of the tumor is abundant, so it may have a reddish color on the incision, sometimes orange or whitish-cream. Microscopic one consists of mature fat cells and immature – lipoblasts. The more lipoblasts…

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