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Many diseases can cause abdominal pain, but some conditions can be life-threatening and therefore require surgical treatment. What to do? It is necessary for the victim not to eat or

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Rubella is an acute exanthematous infectious disease caused by a RNA virus of the genus Rubivirus of the family Togaviridae. It manifests as a rash similar to those of measles

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.

Diving, the basic rules

The human body, while moving through water, swimming or diving, knows that it poses a constant danger since it cannot survive under this element except with reserves of air. Never dive alone.

Tuberculosis: how to treat it

Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious and contagious disease-potentially serious-caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis or Koch’s bacillus, named after the German physician and bacteriologist who discovered it back in 1882.

Brain aneurysm: what is it?

Cerebral aneurysm is a permanent protuberance, that is, a focal dilatation of an arterial vessel in the brain at which the wall stretches, thinning and forming a bubble. It can

Uveitis of the eye

Uveitis is a generic term describing a group of inflammatory diseases that cause swelling, inflammation, and damage to ocular tissues; the term originates from the fact that these conditions often

Malocclusion: a dental problem that can become serious

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Deviations from ideal occlusion are known as
malocclusion
. The type of deviation is variable, but any type of misalignment can cause problems. It is necessary to align the upper teeth to avoid lip and cheek bites, while it is important to align the lower teeth to protect the tongue from bites.

There are three main classes of malocclusion:

  • class 1

is the most common of the three, where the upper teeth overlap the lower teeth.

  • class 2

this condition, known as retrognathia, causes the upper teeth and jaw to overlap significantly with the lower teeth and jaw.

  • class 3

is also known as prognathism and occurs when the lower jaw protrudes forward. This causes the lower teeth to overlap with the upper teeth and jaw.

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Sinusitis

The paranasal sinuses are four pairs of cavities located within the bones of the facial massif; they communicate via bony canals and orifices with the nasal cavities, which in turn

Hypersalivation

If saliva starts to accumulate, it may start dripping out of the mouth involuntarily. While this may be considered normal in infants, in older children and adults it may be

Trigeminal neuralgia

The trigeminal nerve is the fifth of the twelve pairs of cranial nerves in the head; it is the nerve responsible for providing sensation to the face. One trigeminal nerve

Adenoid

Adenoids are masses of lymphatic tissue that help the body fight infection. The adenoids are located in the pharynx, just behind the nose; along with the tonsils, they are the

Laryngitis

Laryngitis refers to inflammation of the larynx, the anterior tract of the trachea, where the vocal cords are located and which is the fundamental organ of phonation. In cases of

Tonsillitis

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Bruxism

Bruxism is a condition in which you grind your teeth: it can happen, unconsciously, in a waking state or, more often, during sleep. People who clench or grind their teeth

Malocclusion

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