History of colonic irrigation

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 6th October 2012

History of colonic irrigation started around 1500 B.C. in the ancient Egyptian document, Ebers Papyrus which dealt with the practice of medicine. Hypocrites (4th and 5th century B.C.), recorded using…

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NEURANGIOSIS

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 3rd July 2012

Neurangiosis designates inherently functional but different in origin and symptoms vegetative disturbances. They are the consequences of neurohumoral regulation of the vegetative function. This kind of disorders usually occurs during…

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Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Author: anatoli
Posted on: 26th June 2012

Pseudomonas aeruginosa is the blue pus bacillus is the primary pathogen of human infectious disorders. The microorganism can be isolated from the intestines of 5% healthy people and up to 30% of…

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Migraine

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 18th June 2012

A migraine causes paroxysmal unilateral headaches accompanied by vomiting. Complex biochemical changes, for instance, an increased amount of serotonin and prostaglandin in the blood plasma, provoke a short spasm of the intracranial…

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Human immunodeficiency virus

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 28th May 2012

Human immunodeficiency virus or HIV-1, the primary pathogen of HIV-infection and AIDS spread in North and South America, Europe and Asia. HIV has the form of a sphere with not…

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Respiratory infection

Author: anatoli
Posted on: 8th May 2012

Acute respiratory infection features severe cataracts of the upper respiratory tracts. To clarify, they belong to the anthroponotic group featuring an airborne transmission mechanism. Besides, the disease often affects children.…

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Glaucoma

Author: anatoli
Posted on: 3rd May 2012

Glaucoma is a chronic eye disease causing high intraocular pressure, either periodic or constant, atrophy of the optic nerve (glaucomatose excavation). It also causes changes in the visual field. For…

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Candida Albicans

Author: anatoli
Posted on: 25th April 2012

Candida albicans is a constituent of the microscopic flora of the human organism. In the early 20s, candidiasis occurred rather rarely, but in the 40s, with the use of antibiotics, it…

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Cytomegalovirus

Author: anatoli
Posted on: 17th April 2012

Cytomegalovirus contamination is possible to observe everywhere. However, we can rarely see clinical manifestations. The disease-producing agent is pathogenic to man alone so its cultivation in vitro is only possible…

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Genyantritis

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 10th April 2012

Acute genyantritis usually arises during acute rhinitis, measles, scarlet fever and other infectious diseases. Among the main symptoms is a sensation of tension or pain in the affected sinus. Impaired…

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Laryngitis

Author: anatoli
Posted on: 3rd April 2012

Laryngitis is an inflammation of the larynx mucosa. The disease can be acute and chronic. Acute laryngitis is usually isolated. As a rule, it is a variation of acute respiratory…

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Diffuse goitre

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 28th March 2012

Toxic diffuse goitre (Graves’-Basedow’s disease) is a disease marked by the thyroid gland’s hyperplasia and hyperfunction. The condition may also be prompted by hereditary factors, infections, intoxications, psychemical traumas, etc. Factor The foundation…

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HYPOTENSION

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 9th March 2012

In case of hypotension, systolic pressure is below 100 mm Hg, while diastolic pressure is below 60 mm Hg. Arterial can be primary and secondary. Forms HYPOTENSION Primary or essential, it has…

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Adiposity

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 20th February 2012

Adiposity is the disease that 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…

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Chronic gastritis

Author: anatoli
Posted on: 15th February 2012

Chronic gastritis causes inflammation of the stomach mucosa (in some cases it affects deeper layers too). It is a widespread disease accounting for about thirty-five per cent of all digestive…

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ANAEMIA

Author: anatoli
Posted on: 24th January 2012

Anaemia is a decrease in the total amount of haemoglobin in the blood. And the reduced level of haemoglobin per unit of volume of blood characterises. But, it does…

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IDIOPATHIC HYPERTENSIA

Author: anatoli
Posted on: 19th January 2012

IDIOPATHIC HYPERTENSIA accounts for 90 per cent of all chronic hypertension cases. Today, 18-20 per cent of the adult population in economically developed countries suffer from hypertension. I.e. their arterial…

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Radiculitis

Author: anatoli
Posted on: 18th January 2012

Radiculitis causes severe, motor and vegetative disturbances. It develops when osteochondrosis affects the spinal cord roots. Osteochondrosis is a degenerative-dystrophic process. It results from the loss of the cushion function by…

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