Urology And Andrology

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CRF is caused by the death of a large number of nephrons, which negatively affects the excretory function of the kidneys, and also provokes the development of uremic intoxication. Such a process is irreversible, and eventually leads to the eme...

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This pathology is a condition in which one or both of the kidneys - completely or partially cease to function. This phenomenon provokes the accumulation of protein decay products in the body, which sharply affects the patient's general vital s...

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The considered state is an inevitable phenomenon in the life of every man, who has a fairly wide age range. So, in some men, menopause can be diagnosed at the age of 40, others it can overtake by the age of 70. Due to the fact that this ...

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This disease is very common among small patients. The main internal organ, which undergoes degenerative changes, is the kidneys. The lack of timely treatment leads to the development of chronic renal failure and to early disability. Glo...

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The neglect of treatment for urinary tract infection and related organs can lead to a number of rather dangerous complications: Complications of acute bacterial prostatitis can be bacteremia, septic shock, prostatic abscess, epididy...

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These phenomena can be triggered by the following factors: Rigid diet, or serious pathology, in which the patient loses pounds intensively. Obesity also does not have the best effect on the muscular framework, which helps to keep t...

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If the ailment in question has developed as a result of the accumulation of prolactin in the pituitary gland, the following disorders will occur: Failures in the central nervous system. Impotence. Reduction in the number of...

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The diagnosis of nephrolithiasis is often based on only clinical symptoms, although confirmatory tests are also usually performed. Modern diagnostic equipment allows you to accurately determine the presence, size and location of stones. ...

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As is known, urine is rich in various mineral inorganic substances, which, in some cases, can be combined into one whole substance - stones that are formed in almost all organs that have direct contact with urine. Urolithiasis with the l...

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Stones form in the urinary tract during the crystallization process of one or more substances that are always present in the urine. These formations can be found anywhere in the urinary tract - in the kidneys, ureters and the bladder. Mo...

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