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Sounds, noises and hearing disorders

Sound, both when produced by musical instruments and when produced by other sources such as automobiles, work tools or industrial equipment, is perceived by the human auditory system, but also by l brain, with different reactions by the human body.

Rhinitis: what it is and how to treat it

The term rhinitis indicates a general irritation and inflammation of the nasal mucosa. There are three main types of rhinitis: infectious rhinitis, allergic rhinitis, and non-allergic rhinitis (or vasomotor rhinitis).

Allergic skin reaction and itching

La skin is like a external barrier at body, which defends against external pitfalls, and among these pitfalls are some allergenic agents, such as the nickel, which we come in

What is hemoperfusion?

This is a system in which blood is brought from the patient, by arterial cannulation, into an extracorporeal circuit. The blood, before returning to the body via the venous route,

Excessive salivation: what to do?

Excessive salivation or hypersalivation may be the result of other problems such as infection, oral mucosal affection, or poisoning, but it may also not result from a previous condition but

Family life and obsessive compulsive disorder

Obsessive compulsive disorder is a disease capable of disrupting those affected, completely changing their habits, activities and quality of life, but it extends its consequences to the patient's family causing a difficult and challenging living condition.

Aortic valve repair

When aortic valvulopathy presents significant quality-of-life problems for the patient but also obvious risks of serious consequences, cardiac surgery may be necessary.

Sinusitis: how to recognize it

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Sinusitis is an inflammation of the mucosa lining the sinuses. In fact, it is estimated that it may affect 8.4 percent of the population in Italy, 9 percent in Europe and 13 percent in the United States. Unfortunately, however, it often happens that it is underestimated and not properly treated, thus increasing the risk of relapse and thus becoming a chronic problem.

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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

Wisdom tooth inflammation

“Wisdom tooth” is the popular name for the third molar, one of the three molar teeth found in each of the four quadrants of the human dentition. This designation comes

Sinusitis

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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

Dental abscess

A dental abscess is a pocket of pus caused by a bacterial infection. Abscess can occur in different regions of the tooth and for different reasons. A periapical abscess occurs

Xerostomia

Xerostomia, also known as “dry Imouth” or “dry mouth,” refers to a condition in which the salivary glands do not produce enough saliva to keep the mouth wet.   Saliva

Periodontal disease

Periodontitis, also called periodontal disease, begins with bacterial growth in the mouth and can end-if not properly treated-with tooth lossdue to destruction of the tissue surrounding the teeth. Gingivitis (inflammation

Oral candidiasis

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