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Bursitits Treatment

At joints level are found some bags of fluid that ensure smooth and frictionless movement. When these bags are inflamed bursitis occurs. Bursitis is manifested by pain. The pain comes and goes suddenly for about 5 days. Due to the sudden disappearance, bursitis pose in choosing the correct treatment and also is a bad thing […]

January 18, 2015, Joint
Mumps in children and adults – symptoms

Mumps is an acute systemic viral infection, transmitted, of which the most distinctive feature is the inflammation of one or both parotid glands. Involvement of other salivary glands, the meninges, pancreas and testes is also common. The incubation period of mumps generally ranges from 14 to 18 days, with extremes of 7 and 23 days. […]

January 17, 2015, Glands
Rheumatoid arthritis – causes, symptoms, complications

Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disease of autoimmune nature, whose characteristic lesion is symmetrical synovitis with repercussions on the entire joint (bone, cartilage, capsule, tendons). Disease prevalence is 1% of the adult population and is the most commonly diagnosed between the ages of 30 and 55 years with a female to male ratio of […]

November 11, 2014, Joint
Testicles diseases and infertility causes

There are a number of testicles diseases that affect the quality and quantity of spermatogenesis and cause infertility. Here are listed some of the most frequently: 1. Varicoceles can cause a third of all cases of male infertility. It is caused by retrograde leakage of blood with progressive dilatation, often palpable,  of the venous plexus. […]

November 7, 2014, Testicles
Oedema – definition, causes, diagnosis, treatment

Swelling of some parts of the body, usually through local retention of fluids, and other causes (infections, inflammation, trauma, blockage of some blood vessels, etc.) is called oedema. Where can oedema be localized? Oedema of the face (the eyelid oedema) – usually in kidney diseases, and local irritation by creams / makeup / insomnia / […]

October 19, 2014, Causes
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
Parkinson’s disease Treatment

Physical and speech therapy can help patients with moderate to severe Parkinson’s disease. In advanced cases, the quality of life can be enhanced by some aids such as extra handrails in home, table cutlery with larger handles, non-slippery table surfaces, voice amplifiers and chairs that can easily lift the occupant. Medication in Parkinson’s disease Non-selective […]

October 15, 2014, Brain Treatments
Acute and Chronic Sinusitis – Symptoms and Complications

Acute and Chronic Sinusitis has as its main cause infections that in the first stage are usually viral, then can be complicated by bacterial overgrowth. Acute bacterial sinusitis has as its main symptoms Rhinorrhea with purulent matter and / or congested with nose sinus pain or pressure sensation sinus. The location of these symptoms depends […]

March 28, 2014, Sinuses
Swollen Glands – Causes

Swollen glands. Spleen and lymph nodes are a part of the peripheral immune system. Swollen glands can meet in various infectious diseases, auto immune diseases, endocrine and metabolic diseases, neoplasia and most hematological diseases. The discovery of an enlarged lymph node in a current medical practice raises serious suspicion of suffering, but it often proves […]

March 25, 2014, Glands
Cirrhotic ascites

Ascites is an accumulation of fluid in the abdomen that occurs as a complication of liver cirrhosis during evolution. The occurrence of ascites is due to decreased hepatic production of proteins (hypoalbuminemia), increased pressure in the portal system (portal hypertension) and lymphatic stasis. Even if a patient does not have ascites, but has cirrhosis, it […]

March 22, 2014, Liver