Stampings on your feet


Numbness of the foot – a complete or partial loss of sensitivity in the foot, caused by the inflection of nerve fibers or blood vessels. Numbness in the foot is most often associated with impaired blood circulation in the body, diseases of the musculoskeletal system, oncological or other diseases. Numbness of the foot can be accompanied by pain in the foot or a feeling of slight tingling. (more…)

Tests for Cancer

What tests do “cancer” take: laboratory diagnostics of oncological diseases

  • Molecular-biological study of blood on oncomarkers can be performed both in public clinics and in private medical centers.
  • The results of the study of serum alpha-fetoprotein level are usually ready within 1-2 days. If urgent analysis is needed – within two hours.
  • Molecular biological examination of blood for oncomarkers should be performed on an empty stomach or 4 hours after eating. (more…)

Gastritis and diet

When a doctor visits a doctor and he hears a diagnosis of gastritis, he immediately wants to know what you can eat with gastritis. And this is not accidental. After all, in the treatment of gastritis diet is an important place. Without its observance, there can be no complete recovery.

But before giving an answer to the question: “What can I eat with gastritis?”, The doctor should find out to which kind of gastritis the disease of the patient belongs. There are several types of gastritis: atrophic, erosive, with low and high acidity. Also differs acute and chronic forms of the disease. (more…)

The causes of toxoplasmosis in newborns

The causes of toxoplasmosis in newborns

Depending on the method of getting into the body of parasites, this disease is divided into the following forms:

Congenital. It is transmitted from mother to child in utero. The defeat of the body of a pregnant woman leads to a disease in a future baby. Toxoplasma enters the body through the placenta.

Acquired. Infection occurs as a result of contact with contaminated soil, sand, as well as due to non-compliance with basic rules of hygiene. (more…)

Pancreatic insufficiency in children

The pancreas is an organ that produces enzymes in response to the flow of food into the duodenum. Pancreatic enzymes enter the duodenum in an inactive form and are activated by intestinal enzymes.

  • Children, especially young children quite often a so-called relative pancreatic insufficiency, when the iron itself is not damaged and disrupted its function. In this case, the enzymes can not adequately provide the physiological demand the function. this condition is often interpreted as “reactive pancreatitis”. (more…)

Herpes on the lips

Herpes on the lips – one of the most frequent human pathologies. Herpes on the lips – a viral disease, which is the causative agent of herpes simplex virus. The disease is characterized by abundant as a rash of small bubbles formed on the skin and mucous membranes. In people, herpes on the lips called “fever” or simply “a cold.” There are several types of viral infection, the most common is a cold sore on the lips. (more…)


¬†¬†¬†Cystitis – an infectious disease, inflammation of the bladder, which is a causative agent of microbial infection. A special kind of microbe, E. coli enters the urinary system, which provokes inflammation. It is a common disorder that affects mostly women. It is due to the specifics of the structure of the urogenital system of the female body. The disease lies at the junction areas of gynecology and urology. (more…)


The normal amount of daily urine output of 1500 ml. If the amount of daily urine is reduced to 400-500 ml, then this condition is called oliguria. The reason is to reduce oliguria filtration processes or increased reabsorption of urine in the kidney, i.e. oliguria it occurs due to urine production abuse disorders or urinary excretion. (more…)