Another leg disease in diabetics is a violation of the transmission of nerve impulses from the legs to the brain. This complication is characterized by the fact that the patient loses the sensitivity of the legs. He can injure or burn them, get dislocated or fractured and feel nothing, since there will be no pain signal.
With diabetes, the patient may not feel pain in the legs
This condition is dangerous for the development of ulcers and wounds on the legs that […]Read More
The sources of the problem are not always so harmless. Sometimes the reasons may lie in serious pathological processes occurring in the body. They usually show themselves with rather expressive symptoms. Most often there are such problems.
A cold almost always starts the same way. A person is worried about a runny nose. The discharge is clear and liquid. After a few days, they are able to change their consistency and color.
With a viral or bacterial infection, green discharge is […]Read More
Did you know that the structure of the vaginal wall is based on the substances collagen and elastin, which give it elasticity?
With age, these substances change their structure and the vaginal mucosa loses elasticity. Because of this, excessive stretching, lowering of the vaginal walls, dryness and atrophy of the mucous membrane, decreased sensitivity and even a change in the position of the urethra, leading to urinary incontinence, may occur.⠀
Laser therapy of the vagina is a recognized and effective method […]Read More
DNA diagnostics is a technologically complex procedure, since we are talking about the study of microscopic structures. This is reading information from a double-stranded DNA strand, i.e. decoding information encoded in DNA, which consists of genes located in chromosomes, as well as searching and detecting broken, “defective” areas in the human genetic code.
What problem does it solve?
DNA diagnostics is ideal for detecting hidden, asymptomatic and chronically occurring infections.
with the help of DNA analysis, you can learn about diseases that have […]Read More
To make a diagnosis, an oncologist uses:
The patient’s clinical history, which includes the patient’s complaints, his general condition and the presence of oncological diseases in relatives.
The results of the biopsy. This is a mandatory diagnostic method in oncology, which allows you to examine the type of cells and confirms or refutes the presence of cancer.
A general blood test, which in cancer reveals an increase in ESR, an increase in the number of neutrophils and a decrease in the number of […]Read More