For the healthy ear is not dangerous. The situation is different when the water hit the sore ear. You may suddenly be dizziness, severe pain attack.
It happens while swimming in the sea, a river, a lake - and the situation can be tragic. In addition, contaminated water provokes exacerbation of chronic ear infections and sometimes permanently deprives a person of disability. Those with damaged eardrum or a chronic inflammatory process, must protect your ears from water.
What if the water in the ears does come? Sometimes it is enough to tilt his head to one side and so stand for a few minutes Read more [...]
Thanks to financial support from the Institute, I was able to bring in its seven healed me in the system of natural healing of former patients suffering from such common chronic diseases such as insulin dependent diabetes, chronic, not amenable to drug treatment for hypertension, peptic duodenal bulb, heavy pyelonephritis against drug allergies, liver cirrhosis, heart failure in obesity. Part of a team and the patient, healed me from cancer major duodenal papilla. Prior to the experiment, all of them were the most thorough examination at the Institute of Physical Education and received permission Read more [...]
Eczematid - is a kind eritematoskvamoznoe defeat skin rash characterized by different size pink spots round or oval, the surface of which up to the border with healthy skin is covered with a scaly, then melkoplastinchatymi scales. At some point poskablivanii revealed abrasions separating droplets of serous fluid. Number of spots varies, usually plural. Often localized on the trunk and limbs, at least on the neck, face and scalp, stains in some cases merge, occupying large areas of the skin, accompanied by itching.
Disease begins acutely, for his long and prone to relapse. Eczematid often occurs Read more [...]
Morbid anatomy. The increase in lung emphysema is due to high content of air in their respiratory departments, ie, distal to the terminal bronchioles. By the nature of the flow are acute and chronic emphysema, localization - focal, diffuse, bilateral, unilateral, lobar, in relation to acini - panatsinarnuyu (indiscriminate total swelling of all the elements of the acinus) and selective (with primary swelling proximal or distal acinar). By election is tsentrilobulyarnaya emphysema, is characterized mainly by stretching the respiratory bronchioles of the first and second order against unstretched Read more [...]
Classification. According to the classification adopted by the V Pan American Gastroenterological Congress (Cuba, 1956), cirrhosis liver should be characterized from the point of morphological, etiological and functional.
A. Morphological Characteristics: 1) Portal 2) postnecrotic 3) biliary.
B. Information etiologic 1) failure nutritional, 2) alcohol, and 3) viral hepatitis, and 4) cholestasis, 5) heart failure, 6) hemochromatosis, 7) congenital syphilis (rare).
B. Characteristic functional:
1) failure liver cells (jaundice, ascites, coma);
2) portal hypertension (splenomegaly, Read more [...]
Cystitis - inflammation of the bladder. Distinguish on the course of acute and chronic cystitis, under the terms of - primary and secondary, the etiology - specific (syphilitic, gonorrheal, tuberculosis, etc.) and non-specific (staphylococcus, etc.). Women are significantly more likely to suffer from cystitis men.
Primary cystitis is caused by infection control downward from the upper urinary tract through the urethra or ascending, hematogenous and lymphatic pathways of inflammatory lesions in other organs. Contribute to the emergence of cystitis: cooling the body, alcohol intake, constipation, Read more [...]
Chronic pyelonephritis is one of the leading cause of renal hypertension. P. often proceeds with high blood pressure, which is observed both at bilateral and at one-way process, and sometimes becomes malignant course, that is quickly progressing and accompanied by a significant increase in pressure, particularly diastolic, and severe changes in the retina. Hypertension can occur with exacerbations of chronic pyelonephritis, but severe and more enduring hypertension often develops in a latent, hidden, its course, which is particularly important for the clinic P.
Causal relationship between hypertension Read more [...]
Chronic parotitis is non-specific and specific (actinomycosis, tuberculosis, syphilis). In chronic non-specific mumps may be affected ducts (angiosialitis) and the parenchyma (see Sialoadenit). Distinguish chronic exudative and productive P.
Chronic parotitis characterized by painless or mildly painful parotid salivary gland with alternate peaking process is the one, then the other. Flow of saliva released muddy or pus. On contrast sialograph (see sialography) determines whether larger or smaller cavities formed due to loss of individual sections of cancer (Fig. 2 and W).
Fig. 2. Chronic parotitis Read more [...]
Accurate statistics on the incidence of chronic pancreatitis is not, and so in the literature are quite a variety of information on the subject.
It should be noted that the disease has become chronic pancreatitis is more common than before, and that he should be given more attention than has been the case so far, and do not forget about him in the differentiation from other diseases of the abdominal cavity. This acceleration in chronic P. depends mainly on excessive luxuries to accept abundant fatty and spicy foods, alcohol, and other etiological factors.
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Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (Synonym: lymphatic leukemia, lymphatic leukemia! chronic lymphoid leukemia) can be defined as a system of elements proliferation of lymphatic tissue with lymphoid metaplasia of bone marrow blood. All other forms of leukemia, it has a number of characteristics. First, given that the main feature of each leukemic process is morphological anaplasia cell dedifferentiation and gradually as the disease progresses, it seems unusual that occurs with chronic lymphocytic leukemia is constantly "mature" cellular composition of blood and leukemic infiltrates in the Read more [...]
Chronic bronchitis (Bronchitis chronica), a long (months, years, decades) course, with periods of exacerbation and remission. Developed under the influence of the above hazards and disease or as a consequence of acute bronchitis is often associated with damage to the interstitial and parenchymal lung tissue (see Pulmonary fibrosis, emphysema), often causing their development.
Pathological changes in chronic bronchitis are diverse and distributed to the walls of the bronchi, and (quite often) on the lung tissue. Mucosa plethoric, cyanotic, sometimes brownish-gray, found in the wall of the bronchus Read more [...]
Appendicism usually develops as a consequence of acute suffering. The term is sometimes used to refer to the "cold period" in recurrent appendicitis, regardless of the presence or absence of complaints and objective disorder. But to speak about chronic appendicitis in cases where after an acute attack of a normal state of health is not fully restored. Pain, often with dyspepsia, constipation, disturbed patient systematically, persistently kept a pain in the process - the points Mc Berneya, Lanza, Kümmel. In some cases the pain are permanent, low, but worse with physical activity, Read more [...]
Saint Martin's evil - Addicted to alcohol, a type of drug (see). Arises from the abuse of alcohol and is characterized by change the body's reaction to the introduction of alcohol, resulting in the loss of self-control (difficult to overcome the desire to receive significant amounts of alcohol in addition to the initial dose) in the development of alcohol withdrawal (withdrawal) syndrome by minovanii intoxication, changing tolerance alcohol, which initially increases and subsequently decreases markedly. Consequence of chronic alcoholism are personality changes and, as a rule, social decline, Read more [...]
Numerous methods experimental reproduction of chronic peptic ulcers of the stomach and small intestine can be divided into several groups. The first is the way in which disrupted the flow of bile and pancreatic juice into the duodenum. Gastric juice, not neutralizing in the intestine, leading to the formation of peptic ulcers in the adjacent small intestine. The second group based on the effects of physical and chemical agents with a strong irritant and necrotizing effects on the stomach wall. The third group methods aimed at the stimulation of gastric acid secretion by subcutaneous administration Read more [...]
Cystoscopic picture: Fig. 9. In chronic cystitis. Fig. 10. In chronic fibrinous cystitis.
Symptoms of chronic cystitis is less pronounced, depending on the calling cystitis causes (stones, tumors, etc.). Note the slightly more frequent, painful urination at the end, as well as long-term micro-or makropiuriyu. Cystoscopy revealed inflammatory changes - swelling of the mucous membrane and focal changes with overlays of fibrin (Fig. 9 and 10).
Chronic cystitis, many patients difficult to treat, but in most cases the treatment prognosis is favorable. When contracted bladder (mikrotsistis) irreversible Read more [...]
Chronic jade develops after acute nephritis with advanced disease. Perhaps the development of chronic nephritis without prior acute onset as a result of latent flowing, oligosymptomatic acute nephritis.
Etiological factors of chronic and acute nephritis are similar. A significant role in the development of chronic nephritis belongs reactivity and autoimmune disorders. Damaged cells of the affected organs of patients are foreign antigen, causing the formation of autoantibodies that supports chronic nephritis. Adverse working and living conditions and the presence of focal infection (chronic Read more [...]