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Inguinal Hernia – symptoms, complications, treatment

Inguinal hernias represent 80-90% of hernias frequency. It should be known symptoms, but also complications and treatment for this type of hernia. What is it? Hernia is an externalization of mobile organs (usually intestines) in areas of poor muscular endurance of the abdominal wall, wrapped by the peritoneum and covered by skin. The most common […]


January 22, 2015, Symptoms Treatments
Parkinson’s disease – symptoms

Parkinson’s disease is a chronic and progressive disease. Idiopathic Parkinsonism appears without evidence of widening the brain damage. Parkinsonism is a syndrome that consists of a variable combination of tremor, rigidity, bradykinesia, and disturbance in gait and postural characteristics. In general, Parkinson’s disease occurs in middle age or later, causing over time progressive disability. The […]


October 17, 2014, Brain Symptoms
Increased Uric Acid, Hyperuricemia – Causes, Symptoms

If you have persistent increased uric acid, not occasionally, then you should know that it is a hyperuricemia. Hyperuricemia: a syndrome characterized by increased blood levels of monosodium urate (uric acid salt) due to increased production or reduced excretion. Gout is a clinical form of persistent increased uric acid. Gout is a disease resulting from […]


November 13, 2013, Causes Symptoms
Causes of Pelvic Pain in Women

A Pelvic pain in women can be caused by a problem in the pelvis or other parts of the body by irradiation. If there are events such as: dysmenorrhea, dyspareunia, we think of a pelvic cause, but you always have to raise suspicion of other conditions such as acute appendicitis, acute cholecystitis, intestinal obstruction, urinary […]


September 17, 2013, Diagnosis Symptoms
Lupus Erythematosus – Symptoms

During the state period of lupus erythematosus the following symptoms occur: – Fever syndrome – constant fever curve uninfluenced of drugs that combat fever and antibiotics, but responsive to glucocorticoids; – Mucocutaneous manifestations: butterfly erythema (“Vespertilio”): cheek, nose, without nasolabial groove; photosensitivity – face, neck (areas exposed to sun); subacute lesions: erythematous → papules, scaling; discoid […]


March 27, 2012, Symptoms