First Aid For Animal Bites

Facts About Animal Bites Bites from animals can lead to serious infections – eg tetanus Bid can also lead to crushing of the tissue First aid consists of washing and disinfection Deeper wounds – especially near joints and tendons – as well as major wounds with bleeding and injured skin […]

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Curettage

Facts About Curettage At a curettage removes some of the uterine lining. This may be after an abortion or delivery, wherein the uterus has not emptied completely. You can also make a D & C to investigate the uterus or cervix cell changes. It is a small procedure that can […]

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Hysterectomy

Facts About Hysterectomies The uterus removed due. Fibroids (fibroids, myomas), bleeding disorders, cancer of the abdomen or suspected Depending on the cause including the size of the uterus operations can be performed through the abdomen (traditional or with binoculars) or through the vagina The length of stay is 1-2 days, sick […]

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Laparotomy

Facts About Laparotomy Surgery Laparotomy is an open operation to be carried out through the opening of the abdominal wall The most common gynecological operations performed by open surgery, removal of the uterus due to large Fibroids in the uterus or because of abdominal cancer At laparotomy one is hospitalized […]

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Urinary Tract Infections in Women

Facts About Urinary Tract Infections in Women Bladder catarrh is an infection of the urinary bladder. It is almost always bacteria enters the urinary bladder via the urethra. The bacteria leading to an inflammation of the mucosa which line the inside of the urinary bladder. The mucous membrane becomes red and […]

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Proctitis

Facts About Proctitis Proctitis is inflammation of the anal canal and the mucous membrane of the rectum It is a relatively common condition especially seen in people with inflammatory bowel disease and in the course of sexually transmitted diseases Symptoms vary somewhat depending on the cause – the most common are: […]

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Clinical Information on Mycoplasma Genitalium

Basic information Mycoplasma Genitalium Definition The bacterium Mycoplasma genitalium was isolated for the first time in 19801 There is increasing evidence that the bacterium can cause urogenital symptoms and infection The bacterium is also found in asymptomatic individuals occurrence The prevalence of Mycoplasma genitalium depends on the population under study: In […]

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Mycoplasma Genitalium

Facts About Mycoplasma Genitalium Mycoplasma genitalium is a sexually transmitted bacterial infection The symptoms of Mycoplasma genitalium are the same as for Chlamydia = Pain on urination and increased vaginal discharge The treatment of Mycoplasma genitalium are antibiotics, for longer than the chlamydia It is important to partner tracing, if you […]

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Clinical Information on Chronic Cervicitis

Definition State that lacks good definition Cervicitissymptomer and negative bacteriology occurrence Usually from 30 years of age Increasing frequency against menopause Etiology and pathogenesis Unknown ICPC 2 X85 Cervical disease IKA ICD-10 N86 Wounds and ektropi on the cervix Diagnosis Diagnostic criteria Chronic changes of portio (lacerations, mucosal versions) Ample […]

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