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Prolactin (PRL) is a hormone, normally produced by the pituitary gland, whose function is to stimulate milk production in pregnant women and to prevent further pregnancy during the early stages

Cardiac Arrest

DESCRIPTION Cardiac arrest consists of the cessation of mechanical cardiac activity resulting in the blockage of blood circulation. The resulting interruption of blood flow to vital organs, particularly the brain

Gas colic

Gas colic is defined as an acute, benign event that affects about 50% of infants (most often in the first 6 weeks of life).

Shoulder arthrosis: how to treat it

Osteoarthritis represents the degenerative disease of joints. This occurs when cartilage, which normally acts as a protective covering for bones allowing smooth and pain-free movement, goes through degeneration. Without cartilage

Working professions in mitral valve disease

It is well known that risk factors for heart disease include habits such as excessive alcohol use, such as smoking, a high-protein and high-fat diet, and also genetic factors, while less consideration is often given to factors of occupational origin.

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.

Cancer risk jobs and occupations

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.

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,

Symptoms of cervical arthritis

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Osteoarthritis is a disease characterized by degenerative lesions to the articular cartilage. Depending on the site affected, we can talk about knee osteoarthritis, hip osteoarthritis, wrist osteoarthritis, and so on. In the specific case of cervical osteoarthritis, the disease damages the cartilage that covers and protects the bony ends involved in the joints between the vertebrae in the neck. Over time, cartilage degeneration involves the entire joint (including the articular surfaces and discs interposed between vertebrae), causing localized pain and limitation of movement that progressively worsens.

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PATOLOGIE CORRELATE

Ankylosing spondylitis

It can be described as a form of arthritis with inflammation in the spine that causes pain and over time, especially if left untreated, can cause a kind of attachment-fusion

Tendinitis

Tendons are the fibrous structures that connect the ends of muscles to bones allowing the contractile apparatus to perform its functions. Tendonitis is defined as inflammation of a tendon. It

Shock, medical emergency

It may happen that the circulation of blood through the body undergoes a sudden change giving rise to a condition of physiological shock, with decreased flow and crisis on the

Rickets

Rickets is a condition characterized by a severe impairment of bone mineralization, resulting in fragility and the onset of skeletal deformities at multiple levels, which mainly affects infants and children

Adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder

Adhesive capsulitis is a medical condition of shoulder suffering from both stiffness and pain. It is also called “frozen shoulder syndrome” precisely because of the reduced mobility and pain.

Shoulder dislocation

The shoulder is the joint of the body most prone to possible dislocation, that is, an injury in which the arm bone, held in a structure called the “cuff” that

Rheumatoid arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disease on an autoimmune basis that primarily affects the joints, but it affects the entire body and over time, especially if not properly treated,

Neurovegetative dystonia

If you have the patience to interview a family doctor whose outpatient clinic is always very crowded, you will find that a good portion of patients are afflicted with a

Paget’s bone disease

Paget’s bone disease represents an abnormality in the physiological process by which the body over time gradually replaces old bone tissue with newly produced bone tissue. This process can become

Hallux valgus

Hallux valgus is a deformity of the foot consisting of the departure of the head of the first metatarsal from the others. In this condition, there is lateral deviation of
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