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Reflux esophagitis( gastroesophageal reflux) is inflammation of the esophageal mucosa caused by the transfer of gastric contents into the esophagus. Contents of the article: Signs and symptoms of reflux esophagitis Meth...

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Gangrene is a process of necrosis and further death of entire organs or individual parts of the body, resulting from diseases or damage to tissues of a living organism of various etiologies. Contents of the article: Reasons a...

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This disease is a pathological process in which living cells in the body cease to exist, their absolute death occurs. There are 4 stages of necrosis, each of which is represented by a certain symptomatology, is fraught with a number of conseque...

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By its nature, the disease under consideration has quite serious consequences, since the result of necrosis is the death of individual( sometimes very extensive) tissue sites. As a result, the organs and systems of the patient will not be able ...

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Systemic lupus erythematosus is a severe, chronic autoimmune disease that is inherited and affects many, including vital systems and organs. Target organs most often become the heart, kidneys and lungs, destructive disorders in which do n...

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Emphysema of the lungs is a chronic progressive disease characterized by shortness of breath on the background of organic lesions in the lung tissue. Emphysema is included in the main group of diseases, called "chronic obstructive pulmona...

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Gastrostomirovanie - one of the historically old surgical operations, which creates an artificial entrance to the stomach cavity, located on the external surface of the anterior abdominal wall. This surgical intervention is carried out in...

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A decubitus is an open wound on the surface of the skin. In particularly neglected cases, it reaches deep muscle layers, and is characterized by abundant necrotic lesions of tissues, often with the attachment of bacterial infections. Beds...

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With the preservation of the integrity of the skin, immediate therapeutic intervention is not required, it is only necessary to exclude the compression effect in the area of ​​exposure. Procedures for the care of recumbent and sedentary p...

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Panaritium is the formation of acute foci of purulent infection under the skin of the fingers, palms, less often - toes. The disease develops due to the entry of purulent microflora under the skin against a background of reduced immune fo...

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