Systemic Diseases


Symptoms of systemic lupus erythematosus , as it is treated

Contents: Causes of development of SLE Types of SLE Pathogenesis of SLE or what happens in the body Discovery of scientists Lupus abnormalities Differential diagnosis Treatment of lupus erythematosus Prognosis and prevention Systemic lupus erythematosus or SLE refers to a group of systemic autoimmune diseases with unknownetiological factor. The ...

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12 December

Raynaud's Syndrome : Symptoms , treatment , causes

The complex of symptoms, characteristic of acute circulatory disturbances in limited areas of the body, was called Reynaud's syndrome. The frequency of the syndrome is higher in countries with cold climatic conditions. It ranges between about 2% and 18%.The disease most often affects people of middle age( 40-50 years), especially women( 4 times more often than men). The manifestations of Ray...

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12 December

Sjogren's Syndrome : Symptoms , treatment , causes, diagnosis

Sjogren's syndrome, or "dry syndrome," manifests itself as a decrease in the function of the glands of external secretion, which causes a pronounced dryness of the skin, mucous membrane of the mouth, eyes, nasopharynx, trachea, vagina, as well as a decrease in the secretion of digestive enzymes by pancreatic cells and t It more often accompanies a number of autoimmune diseases of connective ...

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12 December

How to treat gout folk remedies

Gout in the literal translation from Greek means "trap for the feet."People who suffer from these chronic diseases understand the meaning of this phrase well, as the disease proceeds with bright pain symptoms, completely depriving them of the opportunity to live and move normally during periods of exacerbation. At the heart of the disease is a violation of the exchange of purines, leading t...

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Symptoms and treatment of rare diseases - myositis

Myositis is a rare disease characterized by a chronic inflammatory process in the body tissues, mainly in the muscles. As the inflammatory changes increase, muscle tone decreases and the inflammation spreads to other organs, including: Joints Heart Light Intestine Skin Myositis development rate: 1 case per 2 million population. In the USA, 135 patients with myositis...

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12 December

Symptoms and treatment of gout

Gout is a complicated form of arthritis, characterized by a sudden acute onset with the appearance of severe soreness, redness and stiffness in the joints. Usually starts with the big toes. Often, patients described the onset of an attack as "a feeling of unbearable heat in the big toe, causing them to jump off the bed." Gout was termed "a disease of kings", as it was supposed that it was...

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Uric acid in the blood : the norm , causes high and low levels , what to do

Uric acid - is the end product of purine bases conversion reactions that form the basis of DNA and RNA nucleotides synthesized mainly by the liver and kidneys output.It represents a heterocyclic compound of carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen. uric acid levels, as measured by the biochemical analysis of blood, says health.Shifts in the blood content of this product in exchange upwards...

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