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Urethritis in men: symptoms and treatment

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2018-10-17
Urethritis in men: symptoms and treatment

Urethritis is a disease in which the inflammatory process affects the mucous membrane of the urethra. Many believe that urethritis occurs only in sexually transmitted diseases, but this is not so. The disease can be both infectious and non-infectious. In the overwhelming majority of cases, infectious urethritis in men occurs as a result of infection with sexually transmitted infections (gonorrhea, chlamydia, etc.). Often, the inflammatory process in the urethra is caused by a conditionally pathogenic flora (E. coli, staphylococcus, etc.) with non-observance of hygiene rules, it is possible that bacteria enter the urethra from inflammation foci in other organs. Also, a doctor can diagnose non-infectious urethritis, which is caused by trauma to the urethra during medical manipulations. In rare cases, urethritis develops on the background of an allergic reaction. Non-infectious urethritis can quickly become infected when the bacterial flora is attached.

Tuberculosis: diagnosis, prevention, treatment

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2018-10-14
Tuberculosis: diagnosis, prevention, treatment

Tuberculosis (TB) is a chronic infection caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex. In the defeat of tuberculous mycobacteria, respiratory organs most often suffer, in addition, there is tuberculosis of bones and joints, urogenital organs, eyes, peripheral lymph nodes. Every year around the world, nearly 10 million new cases of TB infection are registered and 2 million people die of this infection every year. It is a socially significant disease, its emergence and development has a direct connection with the standard of living of the population.

Is tachycardia a disease or a symptom?

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2018-10-10
Is tachycardia a disease or a symptom?

The pain has a different degree and manifests itself in many places. It can be tolerated, waited, not paid attention. But in case this is a problem with the heart, it is more complicated. Tachycardia is a diagnosis that is established quite often. At the first signs of disturbance of work of a cardiac muscle it is necessary to address to the expert.

Sepsis – causes, symptoms and treatment

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2018-10-07
Sepsis – causes, symptoms and treatment

Sepsis is an infectious disease characterized by the presence of bacteria in the blood cells and the results of their vital activity. The ontogeny of infection depends on the human immune system, rapid diagnosis and correct treatment. Sepsis can be developed fast, within 1-2 days. In acute form, the course of the disease takes from 3 to 60 days. Sepsis infection is a serious disease, which is accompanied by a violation of the work of all organs, poses a threat to the life of the patient. Sepsis in children and adults is considered an extremely difficult and dangerous condition, which requires immediate treatment.

Is a stomach ulcer curable?

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2018-10-03
Is a stomach ulcer curable?

Stomach ulcer (peptic ulcer disease) is a chronic disease in which in the mucous membranes of the stomach, due to various pathological processes, an ulcer is formed. The main cause of stomach ulcers lies in the imbalance, between the protective mechanisms of the stomach and various aggressive factors.

Salmonellosis overview

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2018-09-30
Salmonellosis overview

Salmonella is an acute infectious disease caused by salmonella. This infection is widespread everywhere, it affects both adults and children. In most cases, salmonellosis occurs with gastrointestinal disorders, symptoms of dehydration and intoxication. However, weakened people and small children can have severe septic forms of the disease, in which various internal organs, including the brain, are affected.

Signs of osteomyelitis and treatment

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2018-09-26
Signs of osteomyelitis and treatment

Osteomyelitis is a purulent-inflammatory process that affects the periosteum, bone marrow - all the elements of the bone. The emergence of this disease is associated with the penetration of bone tissue infection, which gets there with blood flow (hematogenous) or from outside due to various kinds of injuries.

What you need to know about meningitis?

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2018-09-23
What you need to know about meningitis?

Meningitis is one of the most serious infectious diseases in which the inflammatory process affects the meninges. Patient requires compulsory qualified medical care, because without it, the life of the patient is threatened with real danger.

Jaundice: symptoms, causes, consequences

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2018-09-19
Jaundice: symptoms, causes, consequences

The human body is a common system in which one violation can cause many others, especially if this violation concerns the work of the liver, one of the most important organs. A sign of liver disease is the so-called jaundice. One of the most noticeable and frightening manifestations of liver diseases is yellow jaundice, in which yellow skin color and sclera are caused most often by an acute process and with possible serious consequences for the body. The cause of jaundice is the appearance in the blood of a large amount of bilirubin levels due to the destruction of the hepatic cells. Bilirubin is not just a pigment, coloring the skin and sclera in yellow. This is a toxic substance that causes, among other things, damage to the nervous system. Jaundice occurs with various diseases (among them and such serious ones as acute viral hepatitis A, B and C, liver hepatosis, cirrhosis). For proper diagnosis of the cause of jaundice, consultation with a specialist is necessary. And it is necessary to address with an appeal to the doctor for examination.

Is herpes dangerous?

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2018-09-16
Is herpes dangerous?

Herpes refers to the number of viral diseases that remain in the human body for life. Statistics indicate that infection with the herpes virus is observed in 90% of people living in the planet. Most often this disease occurs in the body of a person secretly, and only from time to time there is an exacerbation of the disease, which manifests itself as lesions of the skin and various mucous membranes, the cause of activation of the virus is, as a rule, a decrease in immunity and hypothermia. As a result of complications of this disease, normal activity of the central nervous system of the person, visual and auditory organs can be disrupted.