Dysbacteriosis
Dysbacteriosis is a violation of the balance of microflora in the human body. Our body is home to many different bacteria. Some of them are useful, supportive of vital functions…

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Gonorrhea, or gonorrhea
What it is Not everyone knows that gonorrhea and gonorrhea are one and the same disease related to sexually transmitted diseases. Gonorrhea is a term used in official medicine, but…

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How to read a fluorography certificate
A fluorographic study took place, forever, all, and more than once - the Ministry of Health obliges this diagnostic procedure to be performed by all citizens once a year. Without…

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Unusual Diseases: Water Cancer

Water cancer has nothing to do with oncology, although this disease is no less severe and dangerous. Water cancer is an old name, as well as anton fire face. Now in medicine this disease is called noma.

Water cancer is a gangrenous lesion of the tissues of the face and oral cavity.

The disease is rare, it affects mainly young children up to the age of three, but it can occur in an older child, as well as in an elderly person.

Causes of Water Cancer
The causes of the disease to doctors are not completely clear. It is believed that it is caused by anaerobic bacteria (existing in an oxygen-free environment), which multiply intensively with low immunity. Water Continue reading

Meningitis: truth and myth

“Do not go without a hat, you will chill your head, you will get sick with meningitis,” the mothers of the children scare. Where did the myth come from that the cause of meningitis is hypothermia of the head? The only explanation is that if the head is frozen, the defenses may weaken and will not be able to effectively fight the infection (and meningitis is an infectious disease).

What is meningitis
Meningitis is an infectious inflammatory disease in which the soft membranes of the brain and spinal cord are affected. Both adults and children are ill with them. Meningitis can be primary, when the brain is immediately affected, and secondary, as a complication of other diseases, such as otitis media, measles, Continue reading

Genital warts of the anogenital region: how to deal with them?

Benign skin tumors are called anogenital warts, or genital warts, the cause of which is infection of the body with human papillomavirus (HPV), mainly types 16, 18, 31, 39.

Genital warts have a characteristic cone shape, a height of 1 to 5 mm and can be either single or multiple. Often, neoplasms merge into “inflorescences”, visually resembling a cockscomb, have signs of keratinization and cause discomfort not only during sexual intercourse, but even when walking and wearing underwear. Often the development of genital warts is accompanied by hyperemia and the appearance of painful bleeding cracks on the skin of the anogenital region.

Human papillomavirus is a highly contagious virus. Genital warts in 9 out of 10 cases are sexually Continue reading

Going to the toilet: norms and deviations
The human body is a complex mechanism that functions according to its own regime. Some people have the urge to urinate 4-5 times a day. Others - rush to the…

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The dangers of a beach holiday in winter
Sunbathing, swimming, enjoying exotic dishes, admiring the lush nature is a very tempting prospect, especially when winter, frost and snow are at home. But so that such a vacation succeeds,…

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First aid for a dog bite
Previously, adults warned children: “Do not touch the dog. Bite - you get 40 injections in the stomach. " These 40 injections turned out to be very tenacious - some…

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Human papilloma virus as the cause of anogenital warts
Anogenital warts: causes and methods of control Warts are small (most often) growths on the skin that have a benign nature. The culprit of the appearance of warts, modern medicine…

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