CIDP: causes, symptoms, treatments

Verified on 06/24/2022 by PasseportSanté Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) is a form of polyneuropathy that causes increasing muscle weakness for more than 2 months. It is often secondary to Guillain Barré syndrome or another chronic disease. The treatments are mainly aimed at relieving the symptoms of the disease. Explanations. PIDC: everything you need to … Read more

Dermohypodermatitis (DHD): causes, symptoms, treatments

Verified on 06/24/2022 by PasseportSanté Dermohypodermatitis (DHD) formerly called erysipelas corresponds to an infection of the deep layers of the skin (dermis and hypodermis). It is secondary to a wound which has acted as an entry point for microbes. Generally, antibiotics can overcome it. We take stock. What is dermohypodermatitis (DHD)? Dermohypodermitis (DHD) also called … Read more

5 Decubitus Wound Treatments to Prevent Severe Infections

KOMPAS.com – Decubitus ulcers or known to the layman with decubitus disease need proper treatment so that the disease is not exposed to severe infection. Need to know, ulcer decubitus is open sores that form on the skin due to continuous pressure on a part of the body over a long period of time. Reported … Read more

Hydrosalpinx: causes, symptoms, treatments

Verified on 06/23/2022 by PasseportSanté Hydrosalpinx is a cause of obstruction of the fallopian tubes in women. It is often secondary to an untreated sexually transmitted infection that has reached the upper genital tract. The consequence is infertility. Its treatment is necessary in case of parental project and before IVF. We take stock. What is … Read more

Exogenosis: causes, symptoms, treatments

Verified on 06/23/2022 by PasseportSanté Exogenosis is a term in medical jargon often used to qualify any pathology linked to increased or chronic alcohol consumption. These may be symptoms of drunkenness or illnesses directly or indirectly related to alcoholism. What is exogenosis? The term exogenous comes from the Greek exo (meaning “outside”), Genoa (meaning “begotten”) … Read more

New insights into how Mycobacterium tuberculosis develops to resist antibiotics could have implications for the development of more effective treatments for infections

According to a study published today in eLife. As with other species of bacteria, Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M. tuberculose) is able to form complex structures called biofilms that allow bacterial cells to resist stressors such as antibiotics and immune cells. For this study, the research team evolved populations of M. tuberculose in the lab and found … Read more

4 Ways to Get Rid of Black Spots on Cheeks, Use Skincare to Special Treatments

Jakarta – Black spots are one of the most common skin problems, Mother. There are many things that cause a person to have black spots. Starting from acne, excessive sun exposure, hormones, to age. Black spots also often come in various places on the face, you know. One of the most complained about is the … Read more

Polyneuropathy: causes, symptoms, treatments

Verified on 06/21/2022 by PasseportSanté Polyneuropathies are diseases of the peripheral nervous system. Motor skills, sensitivity and more rarely mobility are affected. The most common cause of polyneuropathy is diabetes. The elimination of the triggering factor as well as pain management allow to find a better quality of life. We take stock. What is polyneuropathy? … Read more

Klinefelter syndrome: causes, symptoms, treatments

Verified on 06/21/2022 by PasseportSanté Klinefelter syndrome affects approximately 1 in 600 men. This non-hereditary chromosomal disease involves an alteration of masculinity: patients present with developed breasts, atrophied testicles, low hair growth and infertility. Hormonal treatments and Medically Assisted Procreation (PMA) improve the quality of life of patients. What is Klinefelter syndrome? Klinefelter syndrome corresponds … Read more

Hypergammaglobulinemia: definitions, causes and treatments

Verified on 06/20/2022 by PasseportSanté Hypergammaglobulinemia is an increase in the blood of a type of antibody called gammaglobulins. This is usually the consequence of an underlying disease. The treatment of hypergammaglobulinaemia will therefore depend on the disease in question. Here are all our explanations. What is hypergammaglobulinemia? To understand what hypergammaglobulinemia is, we must … Read more