Alopecia

Alopecia areata ( Alopecia areata focal, alopecia areata ) Complete or partial hair loss occurs on the head or other parts of the body. Sick children, young people aged 20-30 years, as well as students and people of mental labor.  Etiology, pathogenesis of alopecia nasal Disorders

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Alopecia areata ( Alopecia areata focal, alopecia areata ) Complete or partial hair loss occurs on the head or other parts of the body. Sick children, young people aged 20-30 years, as well as students and people of mental labor.  Etiology, pathogenesis of alopecia nasal Disorders

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Osteofolliculitis

Etiology, pathogenesis of ostiofolliculitis The causative agent of staphylococcus. Predisposing factors are non-compliance with personal and public hygiene rules, hyperhidrosis, overheating and cooling, maceration and microtrauma of the skin, decreased immunity, skin contamination. Clinic of Ostiofolliculitis

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Etiology, pathogenesis of ostiofolliculitis The causative agent of staphylococcus. Predisposing factors are non-compliance with personal and public hygiene rules, hyperhidrosis, overheating and cooling, maceration and microtrauma of the skin, decreased immunity, skin contamination. Clinic of Ostiofolliculitis

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Arrhythmias

Arrhythmia (from Greek a is a negative particle and rythmos is a rhythm) is a violation of the normal sinus rhythm of heart contractions.  Conductive system of the heart. With each beat of the heart, there is a sequential

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Arrhythmia (from Greek a is a negative particle and rythmos is a rhythm) is a violation of the normal sinus rhythm of heart contractions.  Conductive system of the heart. With each beat of the heart, there is a sequential

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Kinds of arrhythmias.

Depending on which part of the conduction system of the heart there are disorders, arrhythmias are divided into: Atrial ( supraventricular ) and Ventricular.                An increase in heart rate ( over 90 beats per 1 minute) is called tachycardia. The heart rate can increase with

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Depending on which part of the conduction system of the heart there are disorders, arrhythmias are divided into: Atrial ( supraventricular ) and Ventricular.                An increase in heart rate ( over 90 beats per 1 minute) is called tachycardia. The heart rate can increase with

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TREATMENT OF ARRhythmias.

Drug therapy .                Treatment of the underlying disease,                 Elimination of provoking factors                Cardiac glycosides ( digoxin ),                 Antiarrhythmic drugs – amiodarone ( cordarone ), beta-blockers ( propranolol , metaprolol , etc.), carvedilol , quinidine , verapamil , novocainamide , lidocaine , inderal , potassium preparations,                 Sedatives                 Electropulse therapy or implantation of a pacemaker .   The selection of the drug depends on the

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Drug therapy .                Treatment of the underlying disease,                 Elimination of provoking factors                Cardiac glycosides ( digoxin ),                 Antiarrhythmic drugs – amiodarone ( cordarone ), beta-blockers ( propranolol , metaprolol , etc.), carvedilol , quinidine , verapamil , novocainamide , lidocaine , inderal , potassium preparations,                 Sedatives                 Electropulse therapy or implantation of a pacemaker .   The selection of the drug depends on the

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Endarteritis obliterans

Obliterating endarteritis (EA) is a disease that affects the nervous and vascular systems, in which there is a progressive narrowing of the arteries due to inflammation of their inner membranes, followed by scarring (obliteration). As a result, blood supply

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Obliterating endarteritis (EA) is a disease that affects the nervous and vascular systems, in which there is a progressive narrowing of the arteries due to inflammation of their inner membranes, followed by scarring (obliteration). As a result, blood supply

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ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE.

Coronary heart disease (CHD) is a chronic heart disease caused by a violation of the blood supply to the heart muscle to one degree or another due to damage to the coronary vessels that supply blood to

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Coronary heart disease (CHD) is a chronic heart disease caused by a violation of the blood supply to the heart muscle to one degree or another due to damage to the coronary vessels that supply blood to

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Angina pectoris

Angina pectoris (angina pectoris) is a disease characterized by bouts of severe pain and a feeling of compression behind the sternum or in the heart. The immediate cause of an attack of angina pectoris is a decrease

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Angina pectoris (angina pectoris) is a disease characterized by bouts of severe pain and a feeling of compression behind the sternum or in the heart. The immediate cause of an attack of angina pectoris is a decrease

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VARIETIES OF ANGENICA

There are several options for angina pectoris: Angina voltage                Stable angina pectoris , which includes 4 functional classes, depending on the load.                Unstable angina, stability or unstable angina is determined by the presence or absence of a relationship between the load

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There are several options for angina pectoris: Angina voltage                Stable angina pectoris , which includes 4 functional classes, depending on the load.                Unstable angina, stability or unstable angina is determined by the presence or absence of a relationship between the load

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TREATMENT OF CHD AND ANGENICA.

Aorto-coronary artery bypass grafting. Aorto-coronary bypass surgery is an surgical intervention performed to restore the blood supply to the myocardium below the site of atherosclerotic narrowing of the vessel. This creates a different path for blood flow

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Aorto-coronary artery bypass grafting. Aorto-coronary bypass surgery is an surgical intervention performed to restore the blood supply to the myocardium below the site of atherosclerotic narrowing of the vessel. This creates a different path for blood flow

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