Pioneerphrosis

пионефроз Pionephrosis is the terminal stage of a nonspecific or specific purulent-destructive kidney process that developed as a result of pyelonephritis. With this disease, the kidney turns into a kind of bag that is filled with products of tissue decay, urine and pus. The wall of the pelvis is infiltrated and markedly thickened. Read the rest of this entry »

Lejeune's syndrome

синдром Лежена Lesen's syndrome is a hereditary genetic disease associated with a change in the structure of the 5th chromosome. The disease was named after the French scientist Jerome Lejeune in 1963. For this disease is characterized by an unusual childish cry, reminiscent of a cat Read the rest of this entry »

Hemeralopia (Nyctalopia)

Hemeralopia (niktalopiya, night blindness, night blindness) is an ophthalmologic disease that manifests itself in sharp deterioration of vision in conditions of poor illumination, at night or in the evening. Hemeralopia differs in symptomatic, essential and innate Read the full post »

Gilbert's Syndrome

Gilbert's syndrome (Gilbert's disease, hereditary pigmentary hepatosis, Gilbert's hyperbilirubinemia, benign familial non-hemolytic hyperbilirubinemia, fermentopathic hyperbilirubinemia) is a congenital disease that is caused by a mutation of the gene encoding the uridine diphosphate enzyme. Read the rest of this entry »

The Eversion of the Century

The turn of the century (ectropion of the century) is a pathological change in the position of one (less often than both) century, due to which its edge is wrapped, and the mucous surface is facing outward. Eversion of the eyelids is cicatricial, paralytic, spastic and senile. Read the rest of this entry »

Dislocation of the lens

Dislocation of the lens is the displacement of the lens of the eye from the place of its natural presence in the vitreous body (with the rupture of the zinn ligament) or in the anterior chamber of the eye. Displacement of the lens is partial (podvyvih) or full (dislocated) Read the rest of this entry »

Blepharitis. Treatment of blepharitis

Blepharitis is an inflammatory disease of the edges of the eyelids, which is perhaps one of the most common and complex in healing eye diseases. Blepharitis can occur for many years in the form of ulcerative, scaly or simple forms

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Belmo

Belmo (Leukoma) - this is the opacity of the cornea, caused by its cicatricial changes. Belmo can occupy either the entire cornea, or a certain part of it. Often there are cases of congenital opacity of the cornea, which are caused by an intrauterine inflammatory process. Read the rest of this entry »