Extraneous cartridge, July 1995Seaworthiness: Climax Shortly to a Footling Moldable Cup Close YouA glint interior the medicate dresser of the chemically enhanced jockBy Cross AdamsIn these quick-fix, gain-without-pain 1990s, it's no surprisal that about athletes' journeys to the ribbon stall commence with a backstair actuate to Walgreens. But the banned-substance bandwagon rolls by at breakneck speeding: These years fifty-fifty steroids, erst the vanguard Read more [...]
Despite the fact that most of the current debates about the existence of the paranormal arises in research psychology and culture, in fact, the background investigation of psychic abilities as much, if not more, is based on the physical sciences and clinical medicine. In a recent article for Reality Sandwich researcher Paul Devereux examines biophysical experiments of Dr. Michael Persinger and Dottie Blake of the Lavrentiev University in Ontario, and, as can be seen from these experiments, they carry our attention back to the physical characteristics of phenomena:
"Parapsychology usually gives Read more [...]
The clinical study showed that the dye, which is used for tattooing, is dangerous to health, since the content of harmful substances is high. In particular, the presence of arsenic in it can lead to cancer.The clinical study showed that the dye, which is used for tattooing, is dangerous to health, since the content of harmful substances is high. The red paint contains mercury sulfide, blue paint - the most dangerous - it contains aluminum and cobalt. Ink used for tattoos may contain toxic ingredients that cause skin cancer.Category: Science Read more [...]
Exposure: Julie DoyenAft fall maliciously robs the fondness and daytime from your dawning workouts, thither's but one affair odd to decoy you out from nether the fine-tune quilt: a steamy cup of high-powered coffee. Swell, dark, but we're fetching that forth also—smart athletes should permutation to greenness tea. Why? Same your dearest French joint, it packs a caffein slug. But more significant, the brewage's boilersuit wellness benefits extend to issue. Overture enquiry promulgated in the External Diary of Sports Sustenance shows that polyphenols like to those ground Read more [...]
Etiologic therapy is performed primarily by antibiotics. She, unlike the pre-can and should take account of the sensitivity of the wound microflora ANTI drugs. In this regard the following main comparative clinical effect of complexes of various drugs, not the action of the pathogen in vitro. In the period of infection antibiotics should be used in the same manner and to the same high doses, as in sepsis, even if the clinical picture is not heavy. Its severity is determined not by the dosage and duration of therapy only.
So if, for example, with the introduction of penicillin 400 000 units Read more [...]
Treatment for Gingivitis
Ulocace sometimes there is a primary, but it usually develops as a result of complications of previous forms under the influence of additional adverse factors: reducing the total resistance of the body, colds, after acute infectious diseases and nervous stress. Ulcerative gingivitis is common among students during exams, as well as from undergoing surgery or common serious diseases. The disease develops due to the activation of the existing dental plaque microflora - anaerobic bacteria and protozoa. The main reason - poor oral hygiene.
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Fig. 1. Cysticerci (Finnish) pork tapeworm in meat pigs.
Fig. 2. Cysticercosis the human brain.
Cysticercosis - helminthiasis caused by tapeworm larvae swine - cysticerci, or Finns (Cysticercus cellulosae). Cysticercus - transparent blisters the size of 6-20x5-10 mm to their inner wall attached screwed into the head with four suckers and double crown of hooks. In muscle cysticerci are elongated (Fig. 1), connective tissue - the round.
Infection of Human cysticercosis occurs when ingested embryos (oncospheres) swine tapeworm food-contaminated feces infested pig off a chain of man. Cysticercosis Read more [...]
Surgery - this is the area of clinical medicine dealing with the disease, the primary method of treatment which is operation.
Surgery - one of the oldest medical specialties. As a clinical discipline surgery complicated and continuously improved.
At various times of her "spun off" and become independent ophthalmology, otolaryngology, neurosurgery, urology, gynecology, oncology, traumatology, etc.
To study the surgical patient, in addition to traditional clinical, laboratory and radiological methods in recent years, a number of commonly used special tools, radiographic and functional Read more [...]
The etiology and pathogenesis of cholera epidemiology
The clinical picture of cholera
Treatment and prevention of cholera
Cholera is based on the clinical examination of the patient with the epidemiological history and confirmed by positive culture results faeces, vomit, duodenal contents. In classic (algidnoy) form of cholera, when the patient clearly identifies the main symptoms of poisoning - diarrhea preceding vomiting, seizures, temperature drop, angidremiya, asphyxia, anuria, and others, the diagnosis can be made based on the clinical picture. Difficulties in atypical and easily flowing Read more [...]
Physiotherapy - This is the area of clinical medicine dealing therapeutic properties of natural and artificial physical factors and to develop methods of their use for therapeutic and prophylactic purposes. The structure of physical therapy include: hydrotherapy (see), thermal treatment (see), physiotherapy. The latter include: aeroionotherapy (see), gidroaeroionoterapiya, aerosol (see), sismotherapy (see), phototherapy (see), electrotherapy (see). Physiotherapy directly related to the physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, electronics, mechanics, biophysics, biochemistry, and Balneology Read more [...]
After 16 days, there were sharp pains in the right ear. Temperature of 39 °. Spontaneous perforation and profuse suppuration, further developed mastoiditis ended healing without surgery. In the skin of the ear canal atresia. Plastic surgery.
Etiologic relationship of acute ear infections with an injury, despite the late appearance, is very likely. But regardless of the etiologic relationship injury undoubtedly played an important role in the pathogenesis of mastoiditis and to determine its clinical picture.
The defeat of the middle ear (fracture its walls, break the mucous membrane) can also Read more [...]
Occupational diseases and injuries of the ear combined common etiology - link both types of pathology with a production environment or the performance of a specific job. Same pathogenesis and clinical injuries are significantly different from the occupational disease. In case of injury ear morphological and functional changes are acute, occur suddenly as a result of short-term effects of external factors, and with the defeat of occupational disease develops slowly and gradually as a result of prolonged exposure to harmful factors. More significant differences in the symptomatology and course Read more [...]
Trichomonas balanoposthitis (Balanoposthitis trichomonosa), tends to be a secondary and occurs on the basis Trichomonas urethritis, rare skin heads and the inner layer of the foreskin are affected in isolation. The clinical picture Trichomonas balanoposthitis only slightly from the balanoposthitis other origin. Purulent fluid emitted from the prepuce, frothy, off-white or yellowish in color, with an unpleasant odor. When smears of fresh excreta can detect Trichomonas (see Trichomoniasis). Skin heads and the inner layer of the foreskin are sharply hyperemic, often a characteristic red in patches Read more [...]
Etiology, pathogenesis and pathological anatomyThe clinical course. The majority of patients (98%) tuberculosis B. develops chronically. Acute and subacute occurrence of the disease is rare (2%), mainly in children with asymptomatic or unrecognized primary tuberculosis, in particular tuberculosis tracheo-bronchial and pulmonary lymph nodes. In these cases of acute or subacute emerged specific lesion of the trachea and bronchi. simulates the first foreign body and is the cause of misdiagnosis. Tuberculosis B., especially at initial forms, may be asymptomatic. The main and most characteristic Read more [...]
Thrombocytopenic purpura in most cases can not be placed in a causal connection with the pregnancy, most often occurs in pregnant exacerbation of chronic recurrent idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and in rare cases, similarity theory appears for the first time during pregnancy. Some authors in the past described the severity of the similarity theory in pregnant women. However, a number of contemporary authors, however, noted a positive pregnancy and childbirth in similarity theory
In women with PT, in a state of clinical remission after splenectomy, pregnancy and labor is normal.
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Traumatology - An area of clinical medicine that studies the mechanical damage musculoskeletal person (fractures, sprains, strains), their clinical diagnosis, course, treatment and prevention. As an independent discipline Traumatology separated from surgery. In traumatology widely used conservative (reduction, skeletal traction) and operational (osteosynthesis) therapies that are closely related to orthopedics (see). Damage to different parts of the body and internal organs examined other medical disciplines (eg, damage to the skull - brain surgery, eyes - ophthalmology, etc.). Read more [...]
Thalassemia (Synonym: anemia Cooley anemia mishenevidnokletochnaya) - hereditary hemolytic anemia in children. Disease developed in connection with the violation of the synthesis of normal hemoglobin synthesis and preservation of fetal (embryonic) hemoglobin formation degenerative and accelerated destruction of red blood cells.
In the USSR thalassemia observed in the republics of the Caucasus and Central Asia.
There are two main forms of the disease: thalassemia major - homozygous variant, in which the clinical features are most pronounced, and thalassemia minor - heterozygous variant (see Heredity).
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In the past, before the middle of this century, tuberculosis was based on sound hygiene-diet regime, according to the scheme of the rest through the exercises to work. When focusing on the management of high-calorie diet, rich in vitamins, due to the fact that the chronic form of tuberculosis is often accompanied by severe malnutrition.
In clinical practice since 1888, has been implemented method collapsotherapy pulmonary tuberculosis (see artificial pneumothorax), which greatly increased the ability to help patients with pulmonary tuberculosis, especially with destructive forms.
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Pathogenesis ulcer have engaged in sports is no different from that at all. But a number of these risk factors present in the sport, may exert their effects on the occurrence of peptic ulcer disease in athletes.
Of particular importance in the occurrence of ulcer is increasing function of the pituitary - adrenal cortex, overexcitation central nervous system due to the great psycho-emotional stress associated with sports activities. Particular interest is the work of J. Babinet and G. Neraund the meaning arises in sports hypoglycemia, leading to an increase in vagal tone and increase gastric Read more [...]
Character beats in athletes and in individuals not involved in sports, it is different. Thus, the case of a combination of supraventricular and ventricular extrasystoles, and polymorphic, early, group and type alloritmicheskogo beats wearing clearly pathological, in individuals not involved in sports, were not detected, while the athletes are fairly common.
Analysis of the number extrasystoles, detected for 1 min, and the athletes, and those not involved in sports, has shown that in most cases, the number of extrasystoles in healthy people who are not involved in sports, does not exceed one and Read more [...]