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Dental caries, ( from Latin caries, “corrosion, putrefaction”) is one of the most prevalent and common degenerative diseases in dentistry. This is a degenerative process that damages the hard tissues

The empowerment of the diabetic patient

When we talk about empowerment, we are basically talking about a slow and progressive process of health literacy, that is, an action of spreading a social concept of health, where all people have the right, but also the duty, to be well informed about health issues and the diseases that affect them.

Hepatitis D: what is it?

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ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION, WHAT TO KNOW AND WHAT TO DO

The mechanism that determines erection in the male arises from sexual arousal, which in turn is the result of the participation of emotions, the brain, hormonal flows, heart and vessels, muscles and nerves. Sometimes even one of these factors can cause erectile dysfunction, which can worsen when a state of emotional malaise and stress or even a persistent state of anxiety is added to it.

Hypermetropia: what it is and how to treat it

Hypermetropia indicates a visual defect, which causes blurred vision of near objects and sharp vision of distant objects. It is possible that the patient with hypermetropia may not realize it

Peripheral arteriopathy obliterans: what is it?

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Peripheral arteriopathy obliterans or peripheral arterial occlusive disease is a medical condition in which there is a localized obstructive lesion downstream of the renal arteries, with hypoperfusion of the lower extremities. The etiology is in the vast majority of cases atherosclerotic in nature. Acute or chronic ischemia (lack of blood supply) is determined.

Mortality is high (3 times that of an age-matched control population) and the incidence of acute cardio-vascular events is high.

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Cardiac arrest

Cardiac arrest corresponds to the interruption of the heart’s contraction and pumping action, resulting from a sudden and drastic alteration in its electrical activity (ventricular fibrillation). Cardiac arrest is an

Cardiac Echodoppler

The echocardiogram, also known as echocardiography, is a diagnostic imaging technique based on the use of ultrasound, which is quick and easy to perform, harmless, painless, and low-cost, and because

Venous insufficiency

Venous insufficiency and associated vascular disorders, such as varicose veins and telangiectasias (superficial capillaries), mainly affect the venous vessels of the legs and arms and are mainly related to the

Mitral valve repair

Repair of an insufficient/deteriorated mitral valve can be done: Removing the malfunctioning segments of the valve leaflets; implanting “synthetic cords” (which replace the broken or “stretched” natural ones of the

Ventricular hypertrophy

Ventricular hypertrophy is a condition characterized by thickening and a loss of elasticity of the walls of the left ventricle (i.e., the left lower chamber of the heart), which thus

Diseases of the heart valves

Heart valve diseases comprise a large group of structural alterations and dysfunctions, congenital or more often acquired, that prevent the valves that separate the different chambers of the heart (atria

Lymphedema

1/10 – What is lymphedema Lymphedema is a chronic pathological condition mainly manifested by swelling of a region of the body due to the accumulation of lymph in the tissues.

Heart failure (acute)

Acute Heart Failure (AHF) is a potentially life-threatening clinical condition that can result from the worsening of an already diagnosed chronic heart failure (heart failure) or represent its onset event.

Cardiac arrhythmias

The group of cardiac arrhythmias includes all conditions characterized by an alteration in the rhythm of contraction of the heart, either in excess or in defect or associated with irregularities
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