Fungal diseases can be detected not only in skin but also in various internal organs: digestive tract, urinary, nervous and respiratory system, liver, kidneys and muscles. Penetrating into the internal organs mycotic infection develops in acute or chronic forms. It should be noted that the body of a healthy person copes with the disease, mostly from fungal infections affects patients with reduced immunity and long-lasting diseases, e.g., diabetes, asthma, recurrent bronchitis, inflammatory diseases of the genital organs. Quite often infection occurs after serious operations or a prolonged use of antibiotics. Among the different types of mycosis, the most common is candidiasis that cause yeast-like fungi belonging to the genus Candida, they affect the mucous membranes of the oral cavity, female genitals, upper Airways, lungs, intestinal tract and ENT-organs.
Depending on the localisation of the fungal disease manifests itself in different symptoms. Fungal infection, which affects the larynx and throat is characterized by bouts of dry cough, spasms of the larynx, with copious expectoration. Candidal bronchitis is accompanied by severe cough, wheezing, pneumococal, may cause skin symptoms in the painful red itchy rashes.
Visceral candidiasis usually develops on the background of a weakened immune response may dysbiosis after taking some antibiotics, hormones and antidepressants.
Among the most dangerous deep mycoses coccidioidomycosis is noted with lesions of the skin, particularly the lungs which can be fatal. Continue reading
Coxsackie virus (eng. Coxsackievirus) is a multiple of infectious enteroviruses, which breed well in the stomach and intestines of humans. The virus infection was first discovered in the small town of Coxsackie in the United States. Doctors are known to 30 varieties of Coxsackie virus, which belong to three groups of human enteroviruses: A, b and C. the Coxsackie Virus provokes one of the main causes of aseptic meningitis.
Symptoms and signs of the Coxsackie virus in children and adults, treatment and prevention, as well as the effects of disease on human.
Infectious diseases of the oral cavity, hands and feet, which are called by one group of Coxsackie viruses. Coxsackie virus was named because of the little sores that develop on the extremities and mouth of the person. In children is a common phenomenon, which had not yet turned 10 years old, although adults also get sick with Coxsackie virus. Below You will learn more about the degrees of transmissibility of the infection, symptoms and complications, prevention and treatment of Coxsackie virus.
How can a person pick up the Coxsackie virus.
The virus is very contagious and can easily spread from person to person: when you cough or due to contact with urine, saliva or blood. The most contagious period is the first day to get acquainted with the first symptoms of Coxsackie, therefore, to avoid infection difficult. Continue reading
Medicine (Latin medicina, from medicus physician, medical, medeor — ‘m going to Treat, apply medicines to restore health, to take measures to the termination of the disease.. heal; hereafter M. ) is a system of scientific knowledge and practical measures that combine the purpose of recognition, treatment and prevention of diseases, preservation and strengthening of health and working capacity of people, of life extension.
The modern M was the result of a long historical process; as M. always determined by the degree of society development, socio-economic systems, the achievements of science and technology, General level of culture. This article mainly discusses the development of M as a complex of scientific disciplines; the practice of medicine and organization of health care Health care system socio-economic and medical measures aimed at preserving and improving the health of the population. Basic forms of medical care — private practitioners, state and insurance. Medical insurance is the most characteristic for economically developed countries, based on a system of compulsory social insurance, which provides full or partial compensation for the costs of medical care. see also the article prevention and others.
The main sections of medicine.
Medicine, as a complex of scientific disciplinethat of three groups: the so-called medical and biological disciplines; clinical discipline; medico-social and hygienic disciplines. Continue reading