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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

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For the first time, scientists have been able to study how well synthetic bone grafts withstand the stresses they receive during the daily lives of patients to whom they are

Resuscitation

IThe moment a motionless person is seen, it is necessary to test the person ‘s sensitivity by shaking the body slightly and giving small blows. Immediately afterwards, it is important

The risk of fungal infections in swimming pools

In places such as swimming pools, fungal infections are very common because of the large number of people in the water, but also because of certain favorable conditions such as higher levels of humidity and temperatures.

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Among the most insidious and widespread skin diseases is certainly Melanoma, a skin cancer that has grown significantly in recent decades but whose etiology remains poorly understood to date.

Kaposi’s disease: what is it?

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Kaposi’s sarcoma is a rare type of cancer caused by a virus, called HHV8, belonging to the herpes virus family. It can affect both the skin and internal organs.

Approximately 30-40% of patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection who are not treated with so-called antiretroviral drugs are likely to develop Kaposi’s sarcoma and/or lymphomas during the course of the disease. Kaposi’s sarcoma can also occur in people with weakened immune systems or a genetic predisposition.

In industrialized countries, it is 2000 times more common in people with HIV than in the general population. In the United States of America (USA) and Europe, the prevalence (prevalence) of Kaposi’s sarcoma, in men with AIDS, varies from 1% in hemophiliacs to 21% in homosexuals, if they are not treated with the now widely available HIV therapies.

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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

Dermatitis

The term dermatitis refers to a fairly heterogeneous group of skin diseases, largely characterized by more or less pronounced inflammation and induced by a wide variety of causes (irritation, allergic

Warts

Warts are benign formations that can appear on the skin anywhere on the body as a result of infection by one of the viruses of the human papilloma family or

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

Food allergies and intolerances

Physical reactions to certain foods are common, but for the most part they are caused by afood intolerance rather than a food allergy. A food intolerance can cause some of

Kaposi’s disease

Kaposi’s disease or syndrome is an infrequent multifocal malignant neoplastic form involving mainly the skin, viscera, and mucous membranes. Epidemic Kaposi’s disease (AIDS-related). Iatrogenic Kaposi’s disease: immunosuppressive drugs are responsible.

Milky crust

Milk scab, technically referred to as “neonatal seborrheic dermatitis” or pityriasis capitis, is a transient and essentially harmless dermatologic disorder that affects the scalp of many infants and infants.

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

Cellulite

Cellulite is an inflammatory-based alteration of the fat-rich subcutaneous tissue(panniculus adiposus), triggered by fluid stagnation due to poor venous and lymphatic circulation (lymph is a fluid that flows in channels

Hemorrhoids

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