How to diagnose infection with hepatitis virus

hepatitis virus

Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver that can be caused by various types of viruses, parasites, bacteria and fungal pathogens. Hepatitis viruses have expressed affinity for liver cells, resulting in infection to diffuse inflammation and necrosis. The clinical spectrum of infection ranges from asymptomatic or mild flow to prolonged jaundice or fulminant hepatitis, often…

Scarlet fever symtpoms

Scarlet fever symtpoms

Scarlet fever is an infectious disease that is caused by beta-hemolytic streptococcus group A. The bacteria produce a toxin which is due to the development of rash units. Not all streptococci produce this toxin, however, and not all children are sensitive to it. The primary bacterial infection most commonly affects the throat and tonsils. In…

Physiotherapy in gouty arthritis

gouty arthritis

Gout is a metabolic disease that has an increased incidence in developed countries, unlike the rabbis CE. Called the “disease of kings,” gout is associated with an increased amount of uric acid in the blood. This may be due both to the disturbed its separation from the body, and the increased food intake, which increases…

Common liver infections

Common liver infections

The liver acts as a kind of laboratory for the body, which, in addition to carry out treatment processes of various substances takes place and synthesis of biological molecules. Various factors can have a detrimental influence on him and disrupt his functions belong. The inflammatory processes are the most common medical conditions of the liver,…

Dangers of Pertussis

Pertussis

Pertussis (whooping cough or pertussis) is a respiratory tract infection, which is caused by bacteria – Bordetella pertussis. The infection primarily affects children under 6 months of age who, for one reason or another have not been immunized, and children between 11 and 18 years of age, whose acquired immunity after vaccination began to thin….

What causes tinnitus?

tinnitus

There are different causes that can lead to tinnitus or called in medical circles – tinnitus. It represents a subjective sensation and perception of sound without actually existing stimulation of hearing (sound). The most often heard when a person stay in a quiet environment while in a noisy room, can disappear completely. Divided up according…

Chronic pyelonephritis

pyelonephritis disease

Pyelonephritis is focal nonspecific inflammatory disease of the renal parenchyma and pelvis caused by the direct ingress of bacteria therein. It is the most common kidney disease. It occurs more in women because of the shorter urethra and its proximity to the vagina, of which the conditions for contamination. As we age and occurrence of…

Behcet’s disease

systemic necrotizing vasculitis

Behcet’s disease is a systemic necrotizing vasculitis affecting mainly small and large veins and arteries in part. Thus affected practically can have all the organs in the human body, but the prevalent incidence of damage mainly the skin, eyes and mucous membranes. The disease is spread mainly in the countries around the Mediterranean, Middle East,…

Plexopathy symptoms

Plexopathy symptoms

The shoulder plexopathy is a collection of nerves that send signals from the brain to the shoulders and arms. Inflammation of the shoulder is called split plexopathy. The plexin causes pain and stiffness in the neck, shoulder and arm on one side of the body or possibly both sides. What makes it difficult to diagnose…

Takayasu’s arteritis symptoms

arteritis symptoms

Takayasu’s arteritis is among the most common diseases from the group of vasculitis, also known as Aortic arch syndrome or non-pulse disease as inflammatory process frequently comprise subclavian artery. Takayasu’s arteritis is a chronic granulomatous vasculitis involving the arteries of large and medium caliber, mainly the aorta and its main branches capital, including blood supply…