Sarcoidosis is a systemic inflammatory disease that can affect almost any organ (except for the adrenal glands only), but mainly affects the lungs and intramammary lymph nodes. Most often, this disease occurs in women aged from thirty to forty years. The incidence of reported cases of sarcoidosis is 20 people per 100,000 population. Read the full post »
Dysbacteriosis is a violation of the balance of the intestinal microflora, both in the qualitative and in the quantitative ratio. This violation affects both children and adults. It can occur in the nasopharynx, in the vagina, in the intestine
The reasons for the occurrence of intestinal dysbiosis in adults Read the full post »
The main function of the pancreas is the production of pancreatic juice, which is necessary for digestion of food, therefore in the case of pancreatitis, the normal process of digestion is primarily disturbed.
Pancreatitis is quite a serious disease, in which the pancreas is inflamed due to the destruction of its own enzymes. Read the rest of this entry »
Peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum is perhaps the most common disease of the digestive system. This disease is characterized by the formation of ulcerative lesions on the mucosa of the small intestine and stomach.
Often peptic ulcer leads to the development of serious enough complications: Read the full entry »
Gastritis is an irritation or inflammation of the gastric mucosa, which occurs under the influence of various chemicals (this applies not only to food, but also certain medicines), mechanical damage and the Helicobacter pylori bacterium. There are two main types of gastritis - with increased and decreased acidity of gastric juice. Also gastritis is divided into acute and chronic Read the full entry »
In the human respiratory system, bronchi occupy perhaps one of the most important places. Every day they pass through themselves about fifteen thousand liters of air. Like all respiratory tracts, the bronchi from the inside have a mucous membrane, the function of which is to moisten the air and prevent the penetration of small foreign particles into the lungs, which, although in a small amount, still fall here with the air. Read the rest of this entry »
With the breath, food, or simply through the skin, the body receives a variety of substances - both vital and very dangerous. Since the person is unable to protect himself from the penetration of such substances, nature has provided for it is not such a case of an organ called the liver. It is the liver responsible for neutralizing all harmful substances that enter the human body. Read the rest of this entry »