Endometritis General characteristics of the disease Endometritis - an inflammation of the inner lining of the uterus. Factors provoking the beginning of endometritis include stress, vitamin deficiency, chronic diseases, toxicity, and other phenomena that cause low immunity. Chances appearance of the first symptoms of endometritis after cervical injury during an abortion, the introduc...Continue Reading
endometrial cysts Endometriod cyst - a benign tumor of the ovaries.In endometriosis ovarian small lesions grow, merge with each other, forming cysts.Endometrial cysts are covered with a dense capsule and often filled with menstrual blood.They can be either unilateral or bilateral.Their size may vary from one to ten centimeters in diameter.This pathology is most often diagnosed in women age...Continue Reading
Endometriosis Endometriosis is a disease of the female reproductive system, in which the mucous tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus, called the endometrium, grows wherever it be unusual. endometrium is a special type of mucosal tissue.During the cycle, it increases in size, and then rejected and removed from the body.This process is called controlled with hormones and ...Continue Reading
Endocarditis Brief description of the disease Endocarditis - inflammation formed in the inner membrane of the heart during an infection, fungal diseases, sepsis, diffuse connective tissue lesions, poisoning (uremia). By origin distinguish rheumatoid and infectious or bacterial endocarditis. Causes Infective endocarditis occurs most often due to streptococci, Escherichia coli ...Continue Reading
Endemic goiter General characteristics of the disease Endemic goiter - is to increase the size of the thyroid gland caused by iodine deficiency in the body. cause of iodine deficiency can serve as an unbalanced diet - insufficient consumption of fish, meat, seaweed, shrimp, milk products, oatmeal and buckwheat groats, etc.About 90% of the daily requirements for iodine person gets it...Continue Reading
endarteriit General characteristics of the disease occlusive disease (the most common synonym for "occlusive disease") - this is a serious steadily progressive disease of the arteries, leading to a complete closure of the lumen, disruption of blood circulation in the affected organ and the development of gangrene.The most common occlusive disease affects blood vessels of legs.Endarte...Continue Reading
Emphysema General characteristics of the disease lungs Emphysema occurs when the alveoli of the lung tissue are stretched beyond acceptable limits and lose the ability to reverse the reduction.Thus there is a disruption of oxygen into the blood and excreted from the body of carbon dioxide, which leads to heart failure. In accordance with the modern classification allocated and diffu...Continue Reading
terms of the physiology of higher nervous activity emotion means the impulse to action.The word is derived from the Latin verb «emovere» - stir.With regard to the object of the emotion of excitation is the cerebral cortex, which generates mental reaction.According to the teachings of Academician Anokhin, any motivation generated by emotion.Moreover, before starting any of the functional syst...Continue Reading
electrocution electrocution - a trauma received as a result of electric shock or lightning. harmful to humans and lead to electrical accident considered amperage exceeds 0,15Amper, as well as AC and DC voltage is greater than 36 volts.Effects of electric shock can be very different: an electric shock can cause cardiac arrest, blood circulation, breathing, loss of consciousness.Almost ...Continue Reading
Extrasystole Extrasystole is the most common type of arrhythmia that occurs due to premature contraction of the heart muscle (extrasystole).This arrhythmia occurs due to heterotopic excitation of the myocardium and is found in almost 90% of people who are over 50 years old.Reveal it is not difficult: it is a short-term fading heart. symptoms of arrhythmia The most common arrhythmia symp...Continue Reading
microcephaly microcephaly - a severe disease, occurring no more than once per 10,000 births.In congenital microcephaly children is the for...
microangiopathy damaged walls of tiny blood vessels called microangiopathy.Microangiopathy can be a symptom of a wide variety of diseases. Ce...
microadenoma pituitary pituitary gland is located in the recess of the sphenoid bone of the skull, called the sella turcica.The pituitary glan...