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Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is an inflammatory rheumatic disease of the skeleton and 'joint joining the sacrum to the ilium bone at the base of the spine.

Lumbago: a psychosomatic symptom?

Talking about psychological factors causing back pain or contributing to its maintenance does not mean that the symptoms are imaginary-they are very real physical problems caused by psychological distress.

Gonorrhea: what is it

Gonorrhea is caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Gonorrhea is caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae, which characteristically infects the epithelium of the bladder, cervix, rectum, pharynx, or conjunctiva, and

Panic attacks in adolescence

Panic attacks are one of the typical symptoms of adolescence. Anxiety disorders and panic attacks in fact represent one of the prevalent reasons why psychological counseling is sought in this age group.

Bad habits that cause back pain

When back pain is present too many times in our daily lives, after doing all the clinical investigations to rule out specific diseases, we need to question our habits, canceling or changing those that could be the cause.

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.

How to help the body regrow bone tissue

For the first time, scientists have been able to study how well synthetic bone grafts withstand the stresses they receive during the daily lives of patients to whom they are

What is it and how does epidermolysis bullosa manifest itself?

epidermolisi

Epidermolysis bullosa is the generic name given to a group of genetic diseases in which the skin and mucosal lining tissues (epithelia) undergo, either spontaneously or as a result of minimal trauma, dislodging and blistering. Severity varies widely: there are mild forms that allow near-normal life and very severe forms, which can be lethal in neonatal or prenatal life. The first symptoms usually occur in the first few months of life. Based on the depth of the lesions, bullous epidermolysis is divided into three classes: simple, junctional, and dystrophic. In the simple forms, the epidermis (the most superficial layer of skin) is involved, while the mucous membranes are rarely affected; boils heal without scarring, and the main complication is infection of the lesions. In the junctional forms, the lesions are deeper (between the epidermis and the dermis), and the boils are extensive and often involve the mucous membranes; lethal epidermolysis bullosa (Herlitz type) belongs to this group.

 

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Candidiasis

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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.

Herpes simplex

Herpes simplex is a disorder of an infectious nature caused by the virus of the same name (Herpes simplex virus – HSV type 1 or 2) and characterized by the

Acne

The term acne is derived from the Greek word acmé or acné, meaning foam or summit, and denotes a skin disease that is widespread in the young population, characterized by

Peyronie’s or curved penis disease

Peyronie ‘s disease is a condition resulting from an abnormality of the penis due to fibrous scar tissue that appears on the penis changing its shape during erection, which becomes

Syphilis

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