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Congenital pyloric stenosis

Congenital pyloric stenosis - a congenital abnormality (thickening), pylorus combined with pyloric spasm. As a consequence, impaired evacuation of gastric contents.


Congenital pyloric stenosis occurs mostly in full-term boys - the first-born.

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Rheumatoid arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis - a disease that has its basis in immunopathological processes and characterized by a greater proportion of patients with chronic systemic connective tissue lesions predominantly musculoskeletal.


There are two main forms of rheumatoid arthritis:
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Diabetes mellitus

Clinical manifestations of diabetes depends on the phase of the disease. Symptomatic diabetes is characterized by the appearance of thirst, polyuria, nocturnal and daytime urinary incontinence, increased appetite, weight loss, diminished work capacity, sluggishness, and irritability.


At this stage of diabetes mellitus revealed persistent hyperglycemi ... Read more »
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lung sequestration

Sequestration is a pulmonary malformation, characterized by two features: the lack of connection of the affected area with a bronchial system, lung and blood supply of the anomalous artery directly off of the aorta or its branches.


Distinguish between extra-and vnutridolevuyu sequestration.

When v ... Read more »
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Kartagener syndrome

Kartagener's syndrome - congenital defect combined characterized by a triad of symptoms:

  • the opposite location of light
  • chronic bronchopulmonary process
  • pathology of the paranasal sinuses (hypoplasia or ... Read more »
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Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

Systemic lupus erythematosus - results from genetic disorders caused by immune regulation, manifested an uncontrolled production of autoantibodies to the cells and their components with the development of immunocomplex inflammation in many organs and systems.


There are acute, subacute and chron ... Read more »
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Scleriasis

Scleroderma - a chronic disease characterized by the development of local or generalized fibrosis of the skin, underlying tissues and visceral organs.


Distinguish between focal and systemic scleroderma.

Localized scleroderma is divided into
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