ARTICOLI CORRELATI

Hallux valgus: how to treat it

Hallux valgus is a deformity of the first toe, which appears deviated laterally toward the other toes, with simultaneous medial protrusion of the first metatarsal bone. This bony deformity is

Cardiorespiratory arrest

In pediatric age, respiratory arrest often precedes cardiacarrest. The causes may be different: respiratory, cardiological, neurological, from shock, from drugs, from metabolic imbalances, or from environmental causes. The signs are:

Pregnancy and the mother-child dyad

This course examines the individual's line of development beginning with pregnancy and how alterations in it can lead to mental pathology in childhood, adolescence, or adulthood.

At birth we already have a few billion years

In this course we will analyze, from an evolutionary perspective, some important characteristics of Homo Sapiens Sapiens infants, the result of millions of years of evolution, which affect adult development and psychic life.

Heat stroke

During heat stroke, high body temperature can damage tissues and organs. If this occurs in untreated subjects, the outcome could be fatal. Symptoms include warm skin, high body temperature, agitation,

Warts: what are they?

verruche

Warts are skin lesions that, depending on their location, can be distinguished into vulgar warts, when present on the body, and genital warts.

In general, vulgar warts affect the face, including the oral and nasal mucosa, hands, and feet. Genital warts, which are due to different viral strains, are also known as condylomata, and are mostly observed on the genital and perianal region, although it is not excluded that verrucas of the vulgar type may also occur in this area.

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SPECIALISTI IN EVIDENZA

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    Aesthetic Doctors, Basic Doctors, Certifying Doctor

    • Via della Reoubblica 461/3 - Vergato
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    Acupuncturists, Homeopathic Medicine, Basic Doctors

    • Via Monterotondo 14 - Roma
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    Dermatologists, Basic Doctors

    • Viale Prassilla 41 - Roma
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    Otolaryngologists, Basic Doctors, Competent Doctor

    • Via Pola 5 - San Prisco
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    active 3 years, 12 months ago

    Orthopedists, Basic Doctors, Osteopaths

    • Via Foligno 6 - Roma
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PATOLOGIE CORRELATE

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

Genital herpes

Genital herpes is the most common sexually transmitted infectious disease characterized by ulceration in the population. It can affect both men and women (more often), is transmitted by direct contact

Chickenpox

Chickenpox to date remains the most prevalent vaccine-preventable disease in our country. It is transmitted airborne, person-to-person, through Pflugge droplets or by direct contact with skin lesions of patients with

Furunculosis

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

Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition characterized by the appearance of characteristic thickened, flaky, inflamed patches on well-defined, more or less extensive skin areas. The disease affects 0.1-3.0% of the

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

Melanoma

1/6 – Melanoma Melanoma is a malignant tumor that originates from melanocytes, cells that contain the pigment, called melanin, responsible for skin coloration. It can develop in the skin all

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

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.

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.
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