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In recent years significantly increased interest in endometriosis not only obstetricians, and surgeons, oncologists, urologists, radiologists, internists, TB doctors, pediatricians and other specialists. However, with the diagnosis of the disease situation is precarious. The confirmation of this is the numerous observations of advanced forms of the disease, when the process extends from the sexual to the adjacent organs and is a violation of their functions until Read more [...]
Hemlock, poison or milestones. Perennial height 70 -130 cm klubneobraznym rhizome, hollow, multi, with transverse partitions inside. Leaves are large, pinnate. The flowers are small, white, in a cyme. The whole plant, especially the rhizome, has the smell of parsley or celery.
Widespread in marshy river banks, low-lying marshes and swampy meadows throughout the country.
Hemlock - the most poisonous plant flora of Russia. Toxic substances are found in all parts of the plant, especially in the rhizome, they cause severe poisoning, 50% of deaths. The poison acts quickly, the symptoms of poisoning Read more [...]
Endocrinology — Clinical medicine concerned with the study of the endocrine glands, development, structure and function, mechanisms hormone action, diseases of the glands, the therapeutic action of hormones and their application.
In the USSR were established endocrinological research institutes and laboratories, the All-Union Scientific Society of Endocrinology, now there is a wide network of endocrine clinics, conducting medical and preventive work.
Endocarditis - an inflammation of the endocardium. Endocarditis usually occurs as a manifestation of a common disease, most often distinguished by origin and rheumatic septic endocarditis, in addition, endocarditis is syphilitic, tuberculous, traumatic, myocardial infarction and other causes.
The most commonly endocarditis affects the heart valves, at least - parietal endocardium of the heart cavities. Anatomical changes depend on the shape of endocardium endocarditis. Rheumatic endocarditis affected heart valve endothelium followed by the imposition on them of thrombotic masses and growth of Read more [...]
PathogenesisObliterative endarteritis suffer mostly men aged 20-50 years. Women occlusive disease occurs more frequently on the type of Raynaud's disease (see Raynaud's disease). The disease usually appears first on one leg and may remain unilateral or later affects the other foot. Occlusive disease - a chronic disease, it often develops slowly, proceeds with remissions, rarely fast-flowing form. The clinical course of the disease is most conveniently divided into three stages: I - intermittent vasospasm, II - progressive trophic disorders, III - gangrene of the extremities.
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Emphysema lungs - lung disease, characterized by a high content of air in them.
Distinguish between acute and chronic diffuse emphysema. More common chronic diffuse emphysema, which occurs as a complication of chronic bronchitis, asthma, or pnevmoskleroze pneumoconiosis and because of atrophy of the lung tissue in old age (senile emphysema the lungs).
Acute emphysema may occur at the onset of asthma and because of removal of one lung. In rare cases, there are so-called lobar emphysema neonatal lung that emerge due to malformation of bronchial tree.
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Emphysema - is the accumulation of air or gas in the tissues in which they are not normally found. Diseases for which increases the amount of air in the lungs - see Emphysema.
Mediastinal emphysema - a consequence of chest injuries with damage to the respiratory or esophagus (rupture of the trachea, bronchi, esophagus with penetrating injuries or blunt chest trauma, as well as in endoscopic manipulation, probing the esophagus). In these cases, air on inspiration, coughing or swallowing enters the mediastinum, at first it spreads mediastinal tissue, followed by fat neck, which is clearly revealed Read more [...]
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Emulsions - are liquids containing suspended microscopic droplets of other insoluble in these liquids. A typical example of natural emulsions can serve milk. The fat in the blood and lymph are also emulsified state. Emulsification of fats in the intestine through a type of bile salts and is an essential step in their absorption by the body. Emulsions are usually unstable - they spontaneously droplets merge together (coalescence), leading to delamination forming emulsion fluids. Technical emulsions are usually prepared by mechanical dispersion of one liquid in excess other in the presence of Read more [...]
Empyema - Is a collection of pus in the cavity of the body (eg, pleural) or in a hollow organ (gallbladder, appendix). Empyema results from a purulent inflammation in the body, and violations of the outflow of pus from the cavity. Empyema symptoms depend on the location of the process.
See also Inflammation, Bladder, pleura.
Empyema (From the Greek. Empyema - ulcer) - a collection of pus in a body cavity or a hollow organ as a result of purulent cavity walls or the body, such as empyema pleural joint. In hollow organs with purulent inflammation empyema resulting from a violation of the outflow Read more [...]
Emotions - it's physiological states, which are the body's response to internal or external stimuli and have a pronounced subjective coloring (fear, sadness, joy, anger, etc.).
Objectively about a particular emotional state can be judged by the behavior of the person, the reactions of facial muscles, as well as changes in the vegetative body (vascular reactions, functional changes in cardiac, respiratory, intestinal peristalsis, etc.). Positive emotions (joy, delight), causing abrupt autonomic changes (rise in blood pressure, increased heart rate, etc.), do not provide long-term trace Read more [...]
Deep powder snow - the main obstacle when driving in the forest.In heavy snowfall during the thaw with a depth of 15 cm motion Trail is difficult, even if successful, well-chosen ski waxes, avoid podlipa.
After a warm snow in the cold snow gets frozen, it becomes hard and tough, but falls under the skis, since cold loose weight lightly clasped his large flakes. This snow is unpleasant for the skier, but can be successfully used method tropleniya "pereshagivaniem." It lies in the fact that the unloaded ski extends as far forward on the snow surface, and only after Read more [...]
Emmetropia - this is normal refraction eyes. With such a refraction parallel rays of light entering the eye, after refraction focus on the retina. Emmetropia called commensurate refractive errors (see), in contrast to the short-sightedness (see) and hyperopia (see), which refers to the disproportionate refraction, or the so-called refractive error (see).
When emmetropia noted generally high acuity 1.0 or more. A further point of clear vision in emmetropia is at infinity, that is, people see well into the distance, a good vision near at the expense of accommodation of the eye (see). Difficulties Read more [...]
Emetine (Emetinum) - alkaloid found in the root of ipecac. In clinical practice using emetine hydrochloride (Emetlni hydrochloridum; List B) for the treatment of amoebic dysentery. Injected under the skin or into the muscle of 1.5 ml of a 2% solution of emetine, 2 times a day for 4-8 days. The highest single dose - 0.05 g daily 0.1 g
Emetine release forms: powder and 1% solution in 1 ml ampoules.
Emetine (Emetinum hydrochloricum; List) - a chemotherapeutic agent, an alkaloid hydrochloride emetine, contained in the root of ipecac (see). Used for the treatment of amoebic dysentery. Emetine injected Read more [...]
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Embryopathy - a disease of the fetus and damage arising from the formation of embryoblast period, from the mid 1st to the end of the 3rd month. fetal development.
May be the cause of embryopathy hereditary genetic disorders, infectious diseases, poisoning toxins, lack of oxygen, radiation and other pathogenic effects transmitted from mother to fetus. Embryopathy is likely to disrupt the formation of the embryo and cause malformation of organs and body parts, spontaneous abortions.
To prevent embryopathy importance of women's health in the early months of pregnancy (see Antenatal care in pregnancy).
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Embryology - Is biomedical science that studies development embryo in the mother or egg shells. Embryology is also the subject of study of the principles of separation of germ cells, their development (predzarodyshevye stage) and the transformation of the larvae in animals with indirect type of development (post-embryonic stage). Applied to man embryology examines individual intrauterine development the human body (see Embryo). It explores the changes in the structure of tissues, the formation of features and abnormalities in the development of the embryo.
Distinguish general embryology that Read more [...]
Embolism - a blockage of the blood vessels is the solid particles, droplets of oil or gas bubbles. Accordingly, the distinction embolism by various solids (thrombosis, embolism particles tumor hydatid bubbles or their parts, etc.), fat embolism and gas embolism.
In addition, the distinction embolism pulmonary circulation (venous embolism) and embolism of the systemic circulation (arterial embolism).
Most often embolism occurs when venous thrombosis (see). Part removed a blood clot (mainly from the veins of the lower limb, pelvis) is carried away through the right side of the heart to the pulmonary Read more [...]
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