Vascular and neurological diseases

NOISE IN EARS

Tinnitus refers to unpleasant auditory sensations that occur in the absence of an external sound source. Causes.                 Tinnitus in diseases of the middle ear, cochlea and cochlear part of the vestibulo-cochlear nerve is usually described as ringing, roaring, buzzing, or as the “sound of the sea surf”. The nature of the noise does not indicate the location of the lesion.     […]

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Vascular and neurological diseases

Meniere’s Syndrome

General information. Meniere’s yndrome usually begins at 20–40 years old. It is characterized by sudden bouts of severe vestibular dizziness, lasting from several minutes to several hours. Before an attack, and sometimes after it, there is a feeling of congestion and bursting or a noise in the ear, transient hearing loss. After an attack, an imbalance, especially noticeable when walking, […]

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Vascular and neurological diseases

Benign positional dizziness

General information. Benign positional dizziness is probably the most common vestibular disorder. Dizziness in this case appears only when moving or changing the position of the head, especially when it tilts back and forth. This condition often occurs when the patient rolls over from his back to one side and suddenly, with a certain position of his head, […]

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Vascular and neurological diseases

DIZZINESS

Dizziness is one of the most common complaints. Dizziness can be a symptom of a wide variety of neurological and mental illnesses, diseases of the cardiovascular system, eyes and ear. Definition Since patients can call a variety of sensations “dizziness”, when interviewing, it is first necessary to clarify the nature of these sensations. Usually they can be attributed to one of […]

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Vascular and neurological diseases

TREATMENT OF VEGETO-VASCULAR DYSTONIA

Basic therapy. The goal is to balance work and rest for regular, normal sleep, to avoid overwork and stress. It is necessary to move a lot, systematically do exercises, do physical therapy, and temper. This is the most effective of all methods. Drug therapy.                First of all, it is necessary to eliminate the underlying disease that caused the VSD. […]

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Antibiotics

VEGETO-VASCULAR DYSTONIA (VVD).

Vegetative-vascular dystonia (VVD) is a designation of functional vegetative disorders of various origin and manifestations due to neuro- humoral regulation of autonomic functions.    There are many synonyms for VSD, reflecting its peculiar forms. Synonyms: Neurocirculatory dystonia, Vegetative dystonia, Vegetoneurosis. Studies in this area have proven that with a variety of manifestations of this syndrome, there are a number of common diagnostic signs that indicate […]

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Vascular and neurological diseases

STROKE

Cerebral stroke. Transient cerebrovascular accidents are a harbinger of cerebral strokes.Strokes are as follows: Ischemic and hemorrhagic.  Ischemic stroke. It is also called cerebral infarction, develops in violation (decrease) of cerebral blood flow . The most common cause of cerebral infarction is atherosclerosis, especially when it is combined with hypertension, diabetes mellitus, systemic diseases (collagenoses), syphilis, thrombangenitis obliterans , blood diseases, infectious diseases, intoxications, and injuries. And also with heart defects […]

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Weight Loss

HELMINTS (WORM).

Helminthiasis of the hepatobiliary system and the intestine. Helminths (worms) or parasites very often infect a person, penetrating various organs and tissues of the body. Helminthiasis is a disease caused by parasitic worms. Among helminthiases, there are:   trematodoses (flukes),  cestodoses (tapeworms),  nematodoses (roundworms).   Of trematodiasis in humans, opisthorchiasis (opisthorchiasis, clonorchiasis, fascioliasis) is more often parasitic . Of cestedoses – a wide ribbon (diphyllobothriasis), bovine (teniarchosis), pork (teniosis, cysticercosis) and dwarf tapeworms, single-chamber echinococci and alveococci, Of nematodoses – roundworms, whipworms (trichocephallosis), pinworms, trichyloids, and anchylostomils. Helminthiases […]

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Antidepressants

NERVOUS HUMAN SYSTEM

Nervous system – a set of organs formed by the nervous tissue that control all physiological functions and metabolism of the body and communicate with the environment. Numerous functions of a complex animal organism are performed by various specialized organs: digestive, respiratory, excretory, circulatory organs, organs of movement, and others. The existence of an organism as a […]

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fungal infection

Treatment of gardnerellosis

1st stage of treatment. Schemes of antibacterial treatment courses for bacterial vaginosis . Metronidazole – 500 mg x 2 times a day for 7 days;  Ornidazole – 500 mg x 2 times a day for 5 days.  Alternative treatment regimens are possible .  Metronidazole – 2.0 g orally once;  Clindamycin per os – 0.3 g x 2 times a day for 7 days;   Clindamycin – cream […]

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