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Emotional development and learning

Our society and schools invest heavily in the development of the intellect and the development of complex neuropsychological functions such as language, spatial, temporal, or graphical cognition, as well as reading, writing, arithmetic, and the ability to perform logical reasoning and memorization.

Lung disorders: pleurisy

Viral pleurisy is a viral infection of the pleura (the thin, transparent, two-layered membrane that covers the lungs), which, typically, causes chest pain on breathing or with coughing. Viral pleurisy

The knee in sports

The knee is a complex and delicate joint, always subjected to stress and strain, and sometimes a fragile point in many traumatic events.

Mycosis: the fungi of the skin

Mycoses are infections generated by fungi that, like bacteria, can reproduce in the human body. Specifically addressed below are the benign type forms, which, often, do not present any symptoms

Gas Colic: annoyance, disorder, or disease?

If the gas in the digestive system remains compressed and Its pathway is obstructed that is when the pain appears, which may present itself as mild and short-lived or as persistent, strong, and increasing, at least until the gas is expelled.

Vitiligo

Vitiligo is a loss of melanocytes that causes certain areas of the skin to lighten. Areas of lightened skin are found on various parts of the body. In general, doctors

Insulin reaction

insulina

An insulin reaction occurs when a person with diabetes injects too much insulin, or eats too little after taking insulin. Such a reaction can cause the following symptoms: staggering, poor mood, pallor, confusion, sudden hunger, excessive sweating, trembling, and possible loss of consciousness.

What to do?

If the victim is conscious:

  1. Administering sugar.
  2. If the patient does not feel well within 20 minutes call the ambulance.

If the victim is unconscious:

  1. Check vital parameters.
  2. Call the ambulance.
  3. Treating a possible seizure.
  4. Place sugar under the victim’s tongue to dissolve it.

Source: Mediserve‘s Pocket Guide to First Aid.

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Gozzo

Goiter corresponds to the more or less bulky, protruding swelling that appears in the central anterior part of the neck mainly in people who are iodine-deficient for prolonged periods, due

Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism is a condition brought about by the insufficient production of thyroid hormones, tetraiodothyronine or thyroxine (T4) and tridothyronine (T3), by the thyroid gland, resulting in reduced overall metabolic efficiency

Pituitary tumor

Tumors of the Hypophysis (or pituitary gland) are a group of predominantly benign neoplasms affecting a small structure located in the center of the brain, posterior to the root of

Overweight and obesity

Far from being a mere cosmetic problem, overweight and obesity are an established risk factor for the development of number of metabolic (foremost among them diabetes), acute cardiovascular (such as

Cushing’s disease

“Disease” or “Cushing’s syndrome,” sometimes referred to as “hypercortisolism,” is a condition characterized by a variable set of characteristic symptoms induced by the body’s exposure to excessive levels of glucocorticoids

Tumors of the adrenal glands

The adrenal glands (or adrenals) are two small triangular structures “resting” on the kidneys and responsible for the production of several hormones critical for metabolic and hydroelectrolyte balance and stress

Hirsutism and virilization

Hirsutism is a condition that primarily affects women and consists of the growth of dark hairs in skin areas in which significant hair is normally present only in adult men,

Diabetes and hypoglycemic syndromes

Diabetes or, more precisely, “diabetes mellitus” is a complex metabolic disease in which there is an increase in blood glucose levels (hyperglycemia) resulting from insufficient insulin production by the Langerhans

Hyperprolactinemia

Hyperprolactinemia corresponds to a condition determined by the excessive production of the hormone prolactin by the pituitary gland (a small neuroendocrine gland found in the center of the brain that
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