Pancreatitis
A 40-year-old man was brought by an ambulance. On the eve of his friends, he marked the end of urgent work. We drank a little, had a bite than we…

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Cholesterol
The prevalence of cardiovascular diseases, including coronary heart disease (CHD), which often ends in myocardial infarction, is extremely high today, moreover, a person is only 40 to 50 years old.…

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Tetanus
The only reliable means of protection against tetanus - this deadly disease - is vaccination. Do not risk the life of your children! Ensure that your child receives a full…

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Leather

Skin is an important and complex organ that performs various functions. It protects the body from external influences (mechanical, chemical, physical). Healthy and intact skin creates a reliable barrier to pathogens. She participates in the processes of respiration, excretion, thermoregulation; its role in metabolism and other vital processes is great.

The outer epidermal layer, or epidermis (I), is isolated in the skin. the skin itself – the dermis (II) and the subcutaneous tissue lying below it – the hypodermis (III).

The epidermis is formed by several dozen layers of epithelial cells lying one above the other. Its thickness is not the same everywhere, the thickest epidermis – up to 1.5 millimeters – has the skin of the soles, palms, and the thinnest – 0.03 millimeters – the skin of the eyelids. Continue reading

Muscle

All the variety of movements that are constantly performed in the body, provide muscles. Thanks to them, the body is kept in balance and moves in space, respiratory movements of the chest and diaphragm, eye movements, voice formation, swallowing, the most important functions of internal organs, including the work of the heart, are carried out.

Distinguish between smooth and striated muscles.

Smooth muscles (Figure I) form the muscle membrane of the walls of the stomach and intestines. bladder, uterus and other hollow organs, as well as blood and lymph vessels, ducts of glands. They consist of small muscle cells, the length of which, as a rule, does not exceed 100 micrometers. The autonomic nervous system regulates the activity of smooth muscles. They do not obey volitional orders, therefore they cannot be reduced and relaxed arbitrarily. Continue reading

Heartburn

Heartburn (sensation of heat, burning behind the sternum or in the epigastric region) occurs most often as a result of throwing acidic gastric contents into the esophagus, where the reaction of the medium is slightly alkaline.

Heartburn is one of the most common manifestations of diseases of the digestive system: esophagus, stomach, and duodenum. In 60-80% of cases, it accompanies peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum, chronic gastritis with increased secretory function.

May be heartburn and a consequence of dysfunction of the lower esophageal sphincter (pulp), located at the junction of the esophagus into the stomach. In such cases, it intensifies when the patient lies in bed or for a long time works in an inclined position, for example, in a garden. Continue reading

Mycosis
First, let's find out what is "Mycosis"? Mycosis is a foot fungus. . Surprisingly tenacious these pathogenic mushrooms! Resistant not only to high temperatures, up to 75-80 °, but even…

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How to store homemade canned food
Many are now keen on home canning. It allows you to have various vegetables, berries, fruits on the table in winter and spring, and for those who have a garden…

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Gout
This disease is the result of a violation of protein metabolism, more precisely, the exchange of the so-called purine bases that are part of the nucleic acids of proteins. Translated…

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Chronical bronchitis
Chronic bronchitis is the most common disease of the bronchopulmonary system, and at the same time the least studied, which is to some extent due to the presence of many…

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