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Laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery is one of the most popular and effective ways of treating obesity. It provides a stable weight loss( 60-80% of excess body weight), and also has a low risk of complications. The aim of the operat...

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The formation of thrombi in the lower limbs can occur under the influence of many factors, which will be discussed in more detail in this article. In some cases, this condition does not manifest itself, which greatly complicates the diagnosis a...

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Umbilical hernia occurs when part of the intestine penetrates through the umbilical opening in the abdominal muscles. Umbilical hernia is common and usually harmless. Most often they appear in children, but can occur in adults. When the b...

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Nodular goiter of the thyroid gland is a collective concept for any nonphysiological formation in the parenchyma of the thyroid gland, which is usually called a node. The node, in this context, is a neoplasm consisting of atypical cells, ...

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Obliterating endarteritis is a chronic disease of small blood vessels of the extremities, accompanied by a decrease in the lumen of the arteries, and subsequently their occlusion by connective tissue, that is, obliteration. The disease oc...

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Cystic fibrosis - a serious genetic disorder characterized by expression of early symptoms in the early years of a child's life and accompanies him throughout his life. At the heart of the disease lies the change in the functionality of t...

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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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Internal bleeding is a pathological process in which blood from damaged blood vessels flows into internal organs or artificially formed spaces. It is impossible to visualize this condition, and in the initial stages, patients rarely feel any ch...

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Lymphadenitis is the inflammation of the lymph nodes that are part of the human lymphatic system. More often, inflammatory processes are provoked by the development of bacterial infections, viruses or fungal forms of pathogens in the tiss...

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The abnormality in question is a defect in the large intestine, which developed against a background of a deficiency or complete absence of nerve cells on the walls of the intestine. This pathology is often diagnosed in newborns, and its format...

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