Sarcoidosis of the lungs is a systemic disease accompanied by the formation of granulomas, consisting of Piragov-Langhans cells and epithelial cells. Granulomas are also a diagnostic sign that is detected by microscopic examination, however, sarcoid nodules are not accompanied by caseous necrosis and Read the full entry »
Hyperkalemia is a rise in the concentration of potassium ions in the human blood above the level of 5 mmol / l. The cause of hyperkalemia can be either the release of potassium ions from the intracellular space outside, or a violation of its excretion by the excretory system, in particular the kidneys. Sometimes the cause may be dehydration Read the full entry »
Mucopolysaccharidosis is a complex of genetically determined pathologies, having unified pathogenetic mechanisms of development, consisting in incomplete destruction and accumulation of mucopolysaccharides. Clinical picture Read the rest of this entry »
Lipodystrophy is a hypoplasia of the subcutaneous fat layer in the projection of the upper half of the trunk with simultaneous excessive accumulation of adipose tissue in the projection of the lower extremities, the lower half of the abdomen and buttocks, caused by severe metabolic disturbances. Read the rest of this entry »
Mitral valve insufficiency is the development of regurgitation of arterial blood in the cavities of the left heart during the systolic contraction of the ventricular myocardium, which occurs against the background of disturbed closure of the mitral valve fold structures.
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Hypovolemic shock is a critical condition of the body that occurs in the case of a sharp decrease in the effective volume of circulating blood. The name of the term "shock" comes from a French or English consonant word, which is literally Read the full entry »
Hyperlipidemia is an abnormal increase in the lipoprotein content of various fractions in the circulating blood. The fact of the presence of hyperlipidemia in humans is a risk factor for the occurrence of chronic progressive diseases of the heart and blood vessels, aggravating Read the full post »