Cholangitis – disease where in the intrahepatic and extrahepatic bile ducts develops inflammation. The disease rarely occurs by itself and is often caused by gallbladder disease (cholelithiasis, cholecystitis, biliary tract cancer, and gallbladder). Cholangitis should be treated as in the absence of adequate treatment of the disease can lead to serious complications and even death.
Treatment of acute illness should be performed in a hospital under the constant supervision of a physician, because at any moment you may need emergency surgery. Depending on the degree of violation Read more [...]
After a recent fishing trip on the Irtysh remembered the fish parasites that can hurt and people. Of course, the disease caused by them are not as dangerous as previously described trichinosis, but still they are very uncomfortable and do not always respond well to treatment.
Another reason for writing this article was the case with my friend (a fisherman with experience), returning from a trip to the north of Tyumen, where he foolishly ate northern fish and brought her home. After a couple of weeks on arrival home, he thundered to the hospital and stayed with opisthorchosis on sick leave and Read more [...]
Clonorchiasis - Intestinal worm disease in many respects resembles opistorhoz, which was written before (who has not previously read an article about them interested opistorhoz or information can be found at: veterinar.kvels55.ru/page11882.
The causative agent of the disease is the parasite - klonorhis Chinese or Chinese fluke - a parasite in the mature stage in the bile ducts, gallbladder and pancreas.
The disease is widespread in southern and eastern China, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam. In our country, the disease along the bottom, partly in Middle Amur and Primorye.
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Coast of Northern Ireland (UK), 3 km from the town of Bushmills covered 40 thousand basalt (rarely andesitic) columns. This place is called "The Road of the Giants" (Trail of the Giant). The road, as well as the coast of Causeway Coast, where it is located, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. Most of hexagonal columns, although some four, five, seven, and eight corners. The highest tower height of about 12 meters. According to a scientific hypothesis, these whimsical stone pillars formed 50-60 million years ago, when the eruption of a volcano-hot and very fluid Read more [...]
Jeffrey Joy of Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, and his colleagues came to this conclusion by comparing the diet and other features of a few hundred flies from the family of gall midge-eating plant juices inside the bubbles on the surface of their leaves.Symbiotic relationship with microscopic fungi transformed flies, gall midges in real pirates - fungi allow them to "attack" even on unfamiliar and unpalatable for them to plant and successfully parasitize them, say scientists in a paper published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B .
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Growing together with white and other noble mushrooms in dry pine and spruce forests. The most characteristic vegetation - at the very roots of the tree, like some svinushki. In a favorable season may bear fruit very abundant, though lokalno.Shlyapka diameter of 12 cm, at first hemispherical, then cushion-shaped, brownish or brown, with gray or yellow tinge. Tubular layer with small pores, pale or dirty - pink. Leg length of 10 cm, and 4 cm thick, tuberous, with the growth of cylindrical, with a hat of the same color, but a little lighter, with a net dark pattern. Flesh is firm, white, bitter. Read more [...]
It's no mystery that pumpkins are jam-packed with the knock-down antioxidant beta-carotene. But experts now say that feeding pumpkin pie—a slit of which contains as practically beta-carotene as a smattering of carrots—may be one of the trump slipway to draw the rewards. According to studies promulgated in The American Diary of Clinical Nourishment, the fat in the pie helps your eubstance engross the carotenoids (antioxidants that spring pumpkin its coloration) and commute them to vitamin A. 2 cups cooked, pureed pumpkin or constitutive tinned pumpkin1 cup maple sirup2 tbsp Read more [...]