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cremasteric

cremasteric

Under the Kremaster reflex, the physician understands the polysynaptic extraneous reflex of the Kremaster muscle, which moves the testicles upwards in response to stimuli. The reflex is exhaustible and can therefore be absent due to age physiology. On the other hand, an abnormal reflex behavior of the cremaster muscle may also point to spinal cord lesions

ocular herpes

The following article informs about eye herpes (herpes on the eye), which usually occurs as corneal inflammation (herpes corneae). Causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of herpes eye disease are explained below. What is Eye Cold? Eye cold is an inflammation of one or both eyes. Affected is usually the cornea (herpes corneae), possibly the conjunctiva or the eyelids

dentures

Modern, everyday dentures are currently made from the highest quality and most biocompatible materials that have been developed to date. This results in a perfect customized denture. What is dentures? In dentures, a distinction is made between total dentures and partial dentures. The simplest and cheapest dentures are made of plastic

Hajdu-Cheney Syndrome

Hajdu-Cheney syndrome is a rare bone disease. The cause is apparently a genetic and autosomal dominant gene mutation. Standardized treatment measures are hardly available due to the limited number of cases. What is Hajdu-Cheney syndrome? Hajdu-Cheney syndrome manifests in short stature associated with progressive degeneration of the finger bones and crowded metacarpal bones

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water retention

water retention

In water retention or accumulation of water (med. Edema, dropsy, hydrops) swell usually legs, feet, arms or hands by liquid. Edema is mostly the result of diseases such as heart disease or liver disease. Normally, these edema does not hurt, but should be examined by the doctor for their causes. What are water retention

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Arteria pulmonalis

Arteria pulmonalis

The pulmonary artery is a vein in which oxygen-poor blood is transported from the heart to one of the two lungs. The two pulmonary arteries are branches of the pulmonary trunk, the pulmonary trunk that connects to the right ventricle. Analogously, the two pulmonary arteries are referred to as the left pulmonary artery and the right pulmonary arterial pulmonary artery

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epithelium

epithelium

Epithelia are cells from the glandular and connective tissue. The name represents a collective term, which is also known as the "surface-covering cell layer". The tissue has important functions which can be influenced by different diseases. What are epithets? Epithelia can consist of one or more cell layers

itching

itching

Itching, itching or pruritus is a feeling of discomfort in the skin, which is unpleasant for the person concerned and often leads to scratching or chafing. Most of the time, however, itching is harmless, if annoying. What is pruritus? Itching is intended primarily to alert people to parasites or foreign bodies on and in the skin in order to be able to remove them

Endemic syphilis

Endemic syphilis

Endemic syphilis is a non-venereal variant of syphilis. Pathogen is the bacterium Trepnoma pallidum ssp. Endemica. The treatment is carried out by the administration of penicillin for several weeks. What is endemic syphilis? Smaller lesions occur on the oral mucous membranes. The ulcers bleed easily

omphalocele

omphalocele

An omphalocele, a rupture of the umbilical cord base, develops intrauterine and occurs as a congenital malformation in newborns. Individual organs are placed in front of the abdomen and are surrounded by an omphalocele sac. There is a risk of rupture. What is an omphalocele? Omphalocele or exomphalos refers to a rupture of the umbilical cord base, which occurs as a congenital malformation in newborns

nose

nose

The human nose is not just an important aesthetic component of the face. At the same time, it houses one of our oldest evolutionary senses. In addition, it serves the vital breathing and acts as an "outpost" of the body's own infection defense. What is the nose? Schematic representation of the anatomy of the nose and sinuses

eye

eye

The eye is considered the most important sensory organ of man. The eye enables visual perception, vision. This is done in collaboration with the brain - the eye receives light stimuli that are processed into the brain for visual perception. What is the eye? The human eye in cross section with the anatomical components

Causes and treatment of myocardial infarction and angina

Causes and treatment of myocardial infarction and angina

For undisturbed functioning of the heart, in addition to a healthy valve apparatus and functioning muscles, undisturbed supply of the heart muscle with oxygen and nutrients is a decisive prerequisite. If this care of the heart muscle is disturbed, the function of the heart is also impaired. For the supply of the heart with oxygen and nutrients, the heart wreath vessels have a great importance

gastric polyps

gastric polyps

Gastric polyps are protrusions of the gastric mucosa and are also called benign tumors or tumors. In addition to intestinal polyps, gastric polyps are the most common neoplasms of the mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract (gastrointestinal tract). People over the age of 60 are more likely to be affected by gastric polyps