Darya's disease

Daryer's disease (psorospermosis, follicular dyskeratosis, vegetative keratosis) is a chronic genetic disease of the skin that is characterized by the appearance of cone-shaped brownish or yellow-brown specific nodules up to five millimeters in diameter. These nodules in their main part are connected with the hair follicles and their surface is covered with dense crusts of gray-yellow color. Read the rest of this entry »

Haley - Hailey Disease

Haley-Haley (a benign family pemphigus) is a rare genetic dermatosis. Clinical manifestations of this disease are flat, flabby bubbles that form erosion at autopsy

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Ichthyosis treatment

Ichthyosis (crocodile skin, fish scales) is quite rare, manifested in early childhood and a chronic hereditary anomaly of keratinization of the skin


The causes that contribute to the onset of this disease are still not fully known, except that the ichthyosis develops as a result of the gene mutation. Read the rest of this entry »

Hydrocephalus treatment

One of the most common diagnoses that children's neurologists put on is hydrocephalus (hypertension-hydrocephalic syndrome). What is it? And what to be ready for new parents.
Hydrocephalus or a popular dropsy of the brain is characterized by an increased accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain system. Read the rest of this entry »

Sciatica treatment

Sciatica is a neuralgic inflammatory disease of the sciatic nerve, which is accompanied by pain of a different nature. The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body, which innervates the entire lower body, starting from the lumbar spine. Its damage, irritation or inflammation leads to the fact that a person begins to experience shooting or acute pain. Read the rest of this entry »

Vitiligo treatment

Vitiligo (piebald skin, sings, leukopathy) is one of the most difficult in the treatment of chronic skin diseases. This disease occurs due to the disappearance of pigment melanin, which is responsible for skin color. As a result, areas of depigmentation (areas lacking the pigment of melanin) may appear on any parts of the body, and the hairline in the affected areas becomes discolored. Read the rest of this entry »

Down Syndrome

At all times children with Down's syndrome were born, but for the first time this syndrome was described by the English doctor John Down in 1886. And already the secret of this syndrome - an extra forty-seventh chromosome was discovered in 1959 by the French geneticist Jerome Lejeune. The extra chromosome is the result of a disruption in the maturation of the sex cells. This pathology is not uncommon. Read the rest of this entry »

Peyronie's disease treatment

Peyronie's disease (fibroplastic induction of the penis) is a benign disease that results in the growth of the cavernous bodies in the septum and the protein membrane of the penis of the connective tissue, resulting in its deformation and pain during erection. Read the rest of this entry »