Fastsiolopsidoz (Fasciolopsidosis) - worm infestations caused by trematodes (trematode) - Fasciolopsis buski.
Parasite leaf-shaped, 15-50 mm long. Adult worms are parasitic in the small intestine of human, pig, dog. From feces of patients allocated fastsiolopsidozom parasite eggs. After contact with the eggs in the water after 2-3 weeks they formed buds that go outside and get into snails. In the cochlea, the larvae of the worm propagation occurs, ending with the release of larvae into the water - cercariae. Cercariae encyst on water and plants. Infection occurs when fastsiolopsidozom larvae Read more [...]
In this group of fifteen major topographical signs that need to be familiar with the tourist.
Sami settlements - villages, villages, farms, villages and cities - complex structures consisting of various buildings and structures. Therefore, there is no simple topographical signs of the village - it is made up of various local topographical signs of objects that make up what is called a settlement.
First, it is separate residential and non-residential buildings. They portrayed nemasshtabnym black rectangles (Fig. 13 a). If the structure (The house) is very large in size, and map large Read more [...]
Fascioliasis (fasciolosis) - bot liver and gall bladder, caused by trematodes (flukes) Sem. Fasciolidae. Pathogens - Fasciola hepatica up to 3 cm and Fasciolidae gigantica up to 7 cm (Fig. 1).
Fig. 1. Hepatic Fasciola (top) and a giant fasciola (bottom). Fig. 2. Stage of hepatic Fasciola: 1 - egg, 2 - Cercaria 3 - cyst.Adult Fasciola parasites in the gall bladder and bile ducts of human, cattle and small cattle and other mammals. The faeces of patients with fascioliasis people and animals stand Fasciola eggs. After contact with the eggs in the water after 4-6 weeks of them overlook the Read more [...]
Pharmacopoeia - A collection of standards and regulations, the quality of normalizing Medicines. State pharmacopoeia Soviet Union is a national document and has a legislative nature. Pharmacopoeia requirements applicable to drugs are mandatory for all enterprises and institutions of the Soviet Union, manufacturing, storing, controlling and applying the drugs.
The tenth edition of the State Pharmacopoeia of the USSR - GPC (1968) contains an introduction, two main parts and applications. The introduction of a list of changes in Latin and Russian names (compared to GFIH), lists of toxic (list A) Read more [...]
Pharyngoscope - Examination of the pharynx is in artificial light. When pharyngoscope left hand crush spatula front two thirds of the tongue down and in front, the patient in this time should not hold their breath, for the determination of the mobility of the soft palate, the patient should pronounce the sound "a". In time pharyngoscope can see the tongue, tonsils, back of the throat. To identify gaps in the tonsils pathological content is pulled in the direction of the front handle of the soft palate with a blunt hook (Kulikovsky, Schmidt), or jam on the upper pole of the tonsils Read more [...]
"Person IS Loss TO DIE," says Eric Akiskalian, 45, chairman of the Santa Barbara, California–based Connection of Master Towsurfers. "It's unconvincing that it hasn't happened yet."Akiskalian is not unequaled in intellection that the crowds at Peahi (a.k.a. Jaws), the monumental knap Maui's northward shoring that has turn the image of big-wave surfboarding, birth gotten hazardously out of restraint. Since the former 1990s, when Laird Hamilton, now 41, Dave Kalama, 40, Darrick Doerner, 48, and Buzzy Kerbox, 48—members of what came to be known as the Strapped Read more [...]
Pharyngitis - An inflammation (acute and chronic) mucosa of the pharynx.
Strep throat is rarely isolated, most often occurs as a descending nasal catarrh or throat (nasopharyngitis, nasopharyngitis). In the etiology of acute pharyngitis played important part adenoviruses (see Adenovirus infection). Clinical picture: mucosa shell reddened throat, places her mucopurulent raids, sometimes appear in the form of grains individual follicles, reddened tongue, swelling (Fig. 1). Body temperature can be subfebrile. Subjectively feel dryness in the throat, slight pain on swallowing, especially with "empty Read more [...]
» Tennis Cubitus Earlier HE BECAME the squad doc for the University of Wyoming's sport section, Dr. Phillip Steele was a mounting rat scrambling up the big walls of Yosemite. Spell thither, he was no unknown to the shrewish infliction of sidelong epicondylitis, a.k.a. tennis cubitus. "It's the about commons overutilization harm I see in climbers," says Steele almost this tenor, which besides affects the racket-sport set and lot rockers. The harm comes from maxing out the extensor muscles that grow on the exterior of the cubitus or from holds that put the carpus in unenviable Read more [...]
Dosimetry phantoms - Is a model of a human or animal for measuring absorbed doses of ionizing radiation.
Dosimetry phantoms made of cloth-like material that the density and effective atomic number close to the simulated tissue. Dosimetry phantoms can be in the form of simple geometric shapes of one or a mixture of cloth-like materials, and in the form of a simulated body with separate modeling of internal organs. For example, to simulate the use of natural bone skeleton, pulmonary fabric model of gelatin capsules or cellular rubber, parenchymal organs - a mixture of paraffin and silica. In the Read more [...]
Phantom feeling - it feeling missing limbs or parts of it. Autosomatognosis There are pain-free and pain.
Painless phantom sensations occur soon after the loss of limbs (a separation, amputation). Not infrequently phantom feeling lost limbs are so bright that patients are trying to use it. Most clearly felt the lack of fingers, hand, foot, elbow, knee, heel. Sometimes have perverse phantom sensations characterized by a sense of increase or decrease of the missing limb, its various provisions.
Painful autosomatognosis patients lead to severe suffering. They occur in 2-6 months or years after Read more [...]
Phagocytosis - Is a process of active trapping and absorption of living organisms (bacteria, fungi, etc.) and non-living particles unicellular organisms or specific microorganism cells - phagocytes. The capture process and absorption of liquid particles is called pinocytosis. In higher animals and humans have the capacity for phagocytosis of granular white blood cells, the cells of the reticuloendothelial system and macrophages.
Phagocytosis proceeds in two stages: 1) the adsorption of particles on the surface of macrophages, 2) the actual penetration of particles into the cell. Absorbed particle, Read more [...]
Crusted ringworm (synonym scab - obsolete term) - is a fungal disease caused by a fungus ahorion Henoch (Achorion Schonleini). It is widespread in Turkey, Spain, Iran, and the Pacific Islands. In the USSR, has been virtually eliminated, recorded single cases. Infection occurs through direct contact with a healthy or sick by infected items (hats, combs, clothes). Especially easy to get infected toddlers and weakened chronic infections.
There are several clinical variants. The defeat of the scalp occurs in the form skutulyarnoy (Fig. 10), and squamous impetiginoznoy forms. Skutuly (shields) Read more [...]
Search tactics in an avalanche is different depending on the avalanche from the slopes or out of the gully.
In the case of a powerful storm to search for the maximum number of people involved, and often the equipment, such as bulldozers. Search tactics are determined by the capabilities of the organization and security of a large number of rescuers, which required them to split into separate groups and the establishment of zones of work, shift work, etc., requires intelligence overlying slopes and if necessary, challenge the artificial secondary avalanches, which, however, does not exclude Read more [...]
Rob Spencer Exposure: Example by Joe CiardielloBrewage Meister Rob Spencer 38, Charleston, SCJob Description: Father of Mobius Beer, the caller that produces and distributes the offset "energy-infused" microbrew, containing taurine, nin-sin, caffein, and vitamin B1. Why This Study Rules: Producing 120,000 bottles of beer a month with sole two full-time staffers, Spencer gets to run his own prove, from grassroots merchandising at local seafaring races to fashioning in-person sales pitches at bars. His Mobius-related travels let put more 50,000 miles on his Contrivance Read more [...]
This concept is not completely rejected and now, although it is well known that in the tissues of animals and micro-organisms (yeast) the role of terminal oxidases use completely other and the only enzyme - cytochrome oxidase and can be found in the tissues of plants and has a much higher affinity for oxygen than phenoloxidase and peroxidase. Consequently, there is every reason to think that in plant tissues cytochrome oxidase plays a major, if not exclusive, role in the final stage of tissue respiration. But cytochrome oxidase does not require phenol as cofactors. Hence, role phenol as cofactors Read more [...]
Variety of structure of phenolic compounds is so significant that there is no doubt that both the functions performed by them in plants, is also quite diverse.
Clear and significant already mentioned the role of ubiquinone in electron transport along the respiratory chain of mitochondria. Going up the steps of the ladder, the hydrogen atoms, the electrons are gradually stepping stones give the chemical energy stored in the structure of organic compounds. This makes it easy to use it to work the muscles to maintain body temperature, etc. This corresponds to the appointment and very original, special, Read more [...]
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It would seem, fatigue - the phenomenon is harmful to the enemy one hundred percent. In fact, let's not jump to that assessment. The unequivocal answer is impossible.
Of course, setting a limit on the achievements of athletes, reducing employment opportunities and health worker fatigue is a phenomenon of harmful and undesirable. Here it is, no doubt, should be qualified as our enemy.
The reader may even be a legitimate question. It turns out that the emergence of the higher nerve centers in the course of evolution has led to a decrease in efficiency, that is, reduced the possibility of Read more [...]
Latitude distribution of phenolic compounds in the plant world and meets a variety of their chemical structure. Sort out the mass of the substance is not easy. Need to build upon for certain patterns. First of all phenolic substances found in plants, like carbohydrates, proteins, nucleic acids, in the form of mono-and polymeric compounds. The basis of their structure is a carbon skeleton structure in which the number and position of the hydroxyl groups, as well as other groups and radicals (methyl CH3-, carbonyl - C = O, CH 3 methoxy-O-acetyl CH3-CO-O-, and so n .) make enough variety. Phenolic Read more [...]
If social factors have a decisive influence on the longevity of people, how to fight for it? In social terms, this struggle could, of course, only begin to develop normally in a socialist society, where everything - to everyone. This struggle involves three basic ways, is based on three pillars, which are: labor, level life and health.
The first of the ways of social struggle for longevity we call work, and this is no accident. Labor - the most important of the normal life of the human body, it is necessary for their well-being and harmonious physiological processes. In the body, acts not only Read more [...]