ARTICOLI CORRELATI

What is sexual identity?

Sexual identity is a construct that indicates how a person experiences pleasure, feeling, relating to others, and how they act out their sexuality through behavioral choices, and is directly influenced

Hepatitis D: what is it?

Hepatitis D is caused by a defective RNA virus (delta agent) that can replicate only in the presence of hepatitis B virus. Hepatitis B infection rarely occurs as coinfection during

Complications in bipolar disorder

From the clinical point of view, it should be mentioned that sometimes bipolar disorder may be accompanied by some pre-existing conditions that may aggravate an already quite serious condition, with more intense symptoms, for which the applied therapy may yield results of lesser effectiveness. But which ones are the most present?

Hypertension

Increased blood pressure is a widespread condition in industrialized countries, and its prevalence in people of all age groups and sexes also depends on the current lifestyle, which is characterized

Recurrences in the dislocated shoulder

Dislocation of the shoulder, as a traumatic event that causes a bone to protrude from its joint structure, is certainly reducible with a medical maneuver that restores the injured part, but from that point on, subsequent treatment must be followed that will then determine whether or not the shoulder heals and resumes its function.

Eye injuries

Eye injuries are serious, as they can lead to vision loss or infection. It is, therefore, important to seek advice from an ophthalmologist. Penetrating injuries Many penetrating lesions are evident.

Nicotine: how to respond?

Much less nicotine is used in agriculture today than in the past, but it is still used in horticultural applications. An oral dose of no more than 40 mg of

Humans and animals, close but with caution

While it is now well established that pets, especially dogs and cats do not generally pose a real risk of infection, it still pays to be vigilant that they themselves are not attacked by parasites or ticks.

Cutaneous angioma

angioma

Skin angiomas are mostly benign neoformations due to the abnormal cellular development of sanguneous or lymphatic vessels. The most common form of cutaneous angioma is hemangioma, which consists of a proliferation of blood vessels and usually appears at birth or during the first year of life, then recedes spontaneously over time, requiring no treatment. Much rarer is lymphangioma, which affects lymphatic vessels and can be capillary or cystic in nature.

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PATOLOGIE CORRELATE

Herpes simplex

Herpes simplex is a disorder of an infectious nature caused by the virus of the same name (Herpes simplex virus – HSV type 1 or 2) and characterized by the

Suppurative hydrosadenitis

Hydrosadenitis suppurativa (HS, Hidradenitis Suppurativa), also called acne inversa or Verneuil’s disease, is a chronic inflammatory disease of the skin characterized by the appearance of subcutaneous nodules (cysts), single or

Chickenpox

Chickenpox to date remains the most prevalent vaccine-preventable disease in our country. It is transmitted airborne, person-to-person, through Pflugge droplets or by direct contact with skin lesions of patients with

Syphilis

Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum and characterized by three successive stages of increasing severity (primary, secondary, and advanced syphilis), with slow and

Mycosis

Cutaneous mycoses are a fairly large and diverse group of dermatologic conditions determined by the colonization of the epidermis by microorganisms such as Malassezia furur (responsible for pityriasis versicolor), dermatophyte

Furunculosis

Furunculosis is a dermatitis characterized by the presence of clusters of furuncles that tend to develop on the neck, buttocks, face and arms. It is generally due to skin infection

Gonorrhea

Gonorrhea is one of the most prevalent sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) worldwide, in both sexes, starting as early as adolescence; if not recognized and treated appropriately quickly, it can lead

Epithelioma

Epithelioma is a tumor due to abnormal growth of epithelium, which corresponds to the tissue that lines the surface of all hollow structures and organs in the human body (from

Angioma

Angiomas, also called “hemangiomas,” are benign vascular malformations involving arterial or venous capillaries and can affect anywhere on the body, but they tend to appear most often on the skin

Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids are vascular structures of the anus and lower rectum that serve to maintain fecal continence. If they become swollen or inflamed, they become pathological and cause a syndrome known
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