Month: July 2020

Women Health

DIAGNOSTICS OF PANCREATITIS. HOW TO PROTECT THE PANCREAS?

In order not to provoke a pancreatic attack, it is important to remember the factors that negatively affect the condition of the pancreas. The abundance of fatty foods, alcohol does not in the best way affect the work of the pancreas. But our well-being depends on how functionally stable it is. In order not to provoke a […]

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Antibiotics

Zopiclone and its analogues in the treatment of insomnia and other disorders

Zopiclone (like other similar drugs based on it, Imovan, Somnol, Piclodorm, Relaxon, etc.) is a cyclopyrrolone derivative, a precursor of exopiclone, which is characterized by the highest probability of adverse reactions (such as a metallic taste in the mouth) among all new hypnotics. Therefore, it is not currently used in many countries around the world. […]

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Men's Health

HEREDITARY DISEASES IN CHILDREN

Clinicians today are actively using various methods for the early diagnosis of inherited diseases. These include prenatal biochemical screening and non-invasive techniques for the fetus, as well as neonatal screening for newborns. Unlike congenital diseases, hereditary diseases result from genetic disorders. Sometimes the disease manifests itself after some time and under certain factors that are triggering for its development. In other cases, […]

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Antibiotics
Men's Health

3 HEALTHY LIFEHACKS FOR THIS WINTER

1. How easy it is to wake up in the morning In the cold period of time, daylight hours are noticeably shortened, and getting up in the morning becomes harder. Why is this happening? It’s all about regulating the sleep and wake cycle. The hormone melatonin controls this mechanism: when there is little light, its production in the […]

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Antibiotics
Men's Health

MOST SPECIFIC ANALYSIS

Laboratory diagnostics is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of a practitioner. Without the conclusions of the clinical and laboratory examination, it is impossible to diagnose, “catch” the disease at an early stage, choose the right treatment vector and prescribe medications. Medical science does not stand still: laboratory test systems are being improved, and now specific […]

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Women Health

Ovarian Dysgerminoma

Dysgerminoma (seminoma) of the ovaries , being a high-malignant tumor, as a rule, is observed in people of young, youthful and even childhood. Dysgerminoma occurs in 0.5-4% of all ovarian tumors. More often than other ovarian tumors, it develops against the background of genital hypoplasia and underdevelopment of secondary sexual characteristics (infantilism, the late appearance of menstruation, amenorrhea, […]

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Women Health

Stein-Leventhal Syndrome

Sclerocystic ovaries are considered to be ovaries, in which there are many small cysts ranging in size from wheat grain to large cherries. In this case, as a rule, both ovaries are enlarged. For the first time, the clinical picture of the disease was described by Stein and Leventhal (1935). The following set of symptoms is characteristic: bilateral ovarian enlargement […]

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