Toxic diffuse goitre (Graves'-Basedow's disease) is a disease marked by the thyroid gland's hyperplasia and hyperfunction. The disease may be prompted by hereditary factors, infections, intoxications, psychemical traumas, etc.
In case of hypotension, systolic pressure is below 100 mm Hg, while diastolic pressure is below 60 mm Hg. Arterial hypotension can be primary and secondary.
The disease is attended with excess development of fatty tissues. The disease usually develops after reaching 40 years of age. It is typical of women. Adiposity primarily results from an energy balance disturbance, i.e. discrepancy between the amount of energy entering the organism and its consumption. Adiposity often arises from hyperalimentation.
Chronic gastritis causes inflammation of the stomach mucosa (in some cases it affects deeper layers too). It is a widespread disease accounting for about 35 percent of all digestive system disorders and 80-85 percent of all stomach abnormalities. Chronic gastritis is sometimes a further development of acute gastritis.
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Anaemia is a decrease in the total amount of haemoglobin in blood, which, except for acute blood losses, is characterised by a reduced level of haemoglobin per a unit of volume of blood. In most cases, anaemia also features a lower level of erythrocytes.