Ovulatory Disorders

Ovulatory disorders Which is the leading reason of female infertility? More than 25% of cases of infertility fall in the category of  ovulatory disorders.  Ovulatory disorders, like irregular ovulation or a complete lack of ovulation (anovulation), are usually due to a hormonal imbalance.  Too much prolactin, a milk-producing hormone that suppresses ovulation, or too many…

Complex diagnostics in patients with colonic polyps and polyposis

Objective Development of diagnostic and prognostic criteria of severity of the disease and the risk of malignization of colonic polyps for health care institutions of different levels, using modern diagnostic methods (virtual colonoscopy, methods of molecular genetics). Materials and methods There are analyzed the diagnostic and treatment outcomes of 183 patients with colonic polyps and…

Hepatitis -definition, Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Hepatitis – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Definition Hepatitis known as an inflammation of the liver , is a gastroenterological disease. Hepatitis is generally categorized as a viral or non-viral hepatitis. Viral hepatitis can be considered “rapid” a position that comes on frequently with severe symptoms and for a short time or “chronic” a position that…

Function Determines Code for Ureteral Stents or Catheters

Although stents and ureteral catheters have a lot in common, differences in how urologists use them mean reporting different codes for their placement and removal. In urological circles, a stent represents a special ureteral catheter, such as a double-J or Gibbons stent, that is intended to be left indwelling for a period of time, usually…

Four Common Causes of Feline Vomiting

Occasional incidents of feline vomiting is usually nothing to worry about if your cat otherwise appears healthy. Mild conditions can cause your cat to vomit, but it can also be a symptom of a more serious disease. Some of the common causes include parasites, hairballs, and infections. Let’s take a look at some of these…

Food Poisoning – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Food Poisoning is defined as a condition resulting from eating contaminated foods or consuming poisoned berries, mushrooms etc. The commonest cause of food poisoning is stale decomposed food which is contaminated by bacteria. Food poisoning is defined as an illness caused by the consumption of food or water contaminated with bacteria and/or their toxins, parasites,…

Peptic Ulcer, causes, symptoms and Unani Treatment

A peptic ulcer is the result of hyperacidity, which is caused by an increase in the hydrochloric acid in the stomach. This strong acid, secreted by the cells lining the stomach, erodes the inner lining of the stomach. Dietetic indiscretion such as overeating, taking of heavy meals or highly spiced foods, coffee, alcohol, and smoking…

19 Best Home Remedies for Acidity

Read this article to know the best Home Remedies for Acidity. First of all let me tell you what is Acidity? Acidity refers to a set of symptoms caused by an inequity. More names for acidity are hyperacidity or acid dyspepsia. Acid reflux or Acidity is one of the most normal diseases that cause heart…

5 Common Digestive Problems and the Foods that Can Help

Una foto publicada por Tracy Aisaka (@winrydenyuzu) el 29 de Sep de 2016 a la(s) 7:21 PDT It’s still quite a taboo to talk about, but we’ve all been there: heart burn, indigestion, diarrhea, and constipation. All of these issues are beyond uncomfortable, and almost as uncomfortable to bring up – even with health professionals.…

Pericardial Effusion and Tamponade Information

Pericardial effusion is an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the pericardial cavity. If the onset is rapid or if the volume of the pericardial effusion is large, cardiac tamponade can occur. Cardiac tamponade diminishes the force of heart contractions because of compression by the fluid trapped within the pericardial space.Among individuals with a pericardial effusion,…

Causes Of Fluid Retention

Many different problems and conditions can cause edema (swelling due to fluid retention). Some causes involve lifestyle (diet, lack of exercise, alcoholism, occupations involving standing), some causes are hormone-related, especially in women, other causes are drug-related or the result of a serious medical condition. Here is a list of the most common causes of edema…