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Diseases


Acromelalga syndrome

Acromelalga syndrome

In the context of a mushroom poisoning the Acromelalga syndrome can adjust, which is characterized by pain and neurological symptoms. The consumption of fragrant funnelling and Japanese bamboo strainer are the cause of intoxication. Mostly the poisoning leaves no permanent damage. What is Acromelalga syndrome

Acne aestivalis

Acne aestivalis

Acne aestivalis is a special form of light dermatosis. It is also known as summer acne or Mallorca acne. What is Acne aestivalis? Acne aestivalis is a special form of polymorphic dermatosis (sun allergy). The acne aestivalis is a special form of polymorphic dermatosis (sun allergy) dar. It also bears the names of Mallorca acne or summer acne

Acne Infantum

Acne Infantum

Acne infantum is an age-related subtype of the common skin disease acne, which affects infants at the age of three to six months and is distinct from the acne neonatorum - a subform that occurs in infants less than three months old. As a rule, the doctor selects an external therapy for the treatment of the skin disease in the form of mild facial cleansing, although in more severe forms antibiotic therapies may also be indicated for the regulation of inflammatory processes and scarring

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Acute respiratory distress syndrome is understood by physicians to be an acute lung injury of the patient. This sudden respiratory distress is also known under the short name ARDS. The disease must be based on an identifiable and non-cardiac cause. What is Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome? Acute respiratory distress syndrome is understood by physicians to be an acute lung injury of the patient

Adams-Oliver syndrome

Adams-Oliver syndrome

Adams-Oliver syndrome is a very rare condition. She is hereditary. The syndrome is characterized by congenital defects of the head and limbs, as well as nervous system disorders. What is the Adams-Oliver syndrome? Adams-Oliver syndrome is a hereditary disease. Diseased people suffer from abnormalities and defects in the skull and extremities

adenitis

adenitis

Adenitis refers to an inflammatory disease of the glands. Since there are many glands in the human body, it is a generic term for various diseases. The reasons for this can vary. What is an adenitis? The term "adenitis" is understood by physicians as inflammation of the glands. The term therefore stands for a collective term that includes different glandular inflammations

adenocarcinoma

adenocarcinoma

An adenocarcinoma is a malignant tumor. It develops from glandular tissue. Adenocarcinoma can form on different parts of the body. What is an adenocarcinoma? An adenocarcinoma is a malignant tumor. It develops from glandular tissue. In medicine, the distinction of glandular tissue in adenoma and adenocarcinoma is distinguished

adenoid

adenoid

Adenoids or adenoid vegetations are an enlargement of the pharyngeal tonsils. They are a typical childhood problem and can lead to various health disorders. Not infrequently the adenoids have to be surgically removed. What are adenoids? The Waldeyer's throat ring consists of tongue almond, palatine tonsil and throat almond

Adenoid cystic carcinoma

Adenoid cystic carcinoma

The physician, when assuming an adenoid cystic carcinoma, speaks of a malignant tumor. Although the tumor is relatively rare, it is fatal in many cases. Especially because the adenoid cystic carcinoma is spreading, so that other organs can be affected by the cancer cells. The 5-year survival rate is 89 percent; the 15-year survival rate is only 40 percent

Adenoma sebaceum

Adenoma sebaceum

Adenoma sebaceum causes new body tissues in the facial area. Mainly on the cheeks form numerous small knots. The lesions are benign tumors. What is an adenoma sebaceum? The adenoma sebaceum is a tuberous sclerosis. This is a congenital hereditary disease. It is inherited as an autosomal dominant. In this form of inheritance, a defective allele extends to one of the two chromosomes

polyps

polyps

Intestinal polyps or adenomas can arise in the intestinal mucosa. They are benign bumps that usually do not get bigger than a few millimeters. Only rarely do they reach the size of a few centimeters. Although intestinal polyps are initially not dangerous, they should be examined and treated by the doctor, because they can also become malignant as growths of the glandular tissue

Uveal melanoma

Uveal melanoma

The term choroidal melanoma refers to a malignant tumor formation in the eye. It is a primary tumor that develops directly in the eye itself and usually affects people of advanced age. Choroidal melanoma is the most common cancer in the eye. What is a choroidal melanoma? The term choroidal melanoma refers to a malignant tumor formation in the eye

ADHD

ADHD

As ADHD or ADD strong attention disorders are called. Concretely, these terms are understood to mean the so-called attention deficit syndrome or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. As a rule, especially boys suffer from this disease. The exact causes are not yet known. But it is based on a disturbed signal transmission in the brain, which was triggered by overstimulation

obesity

obesity

Obesity, in German obesity or obesity, particularly affects people in industrialized countries and the western world. In Germany, over 20 percent of people are considered obese. What is obesity? On the basis of the graph for women, the BMI can be roughly determined. A BMI graphic for men can be found here: BMI men Obesity is derived from the Latin word "adeps" for fat

adrenoleukodystrophy

adrenoleukodystrophy

Adrenoleukodystrophy is a rare hereditary metabolic disorder. It causes various neurological complaints. What is adrenoleukodystrophy? Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) is also known in medicine as Addison-Schilder syndrome. It shows in childhood and is counted among hereditary diseases. Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) is also known in medicine as Addison-Schilder syndrome

Adrenogenital syndrome

Adrenogenital syndrome

Adrenogenital syndrome is referred to as "congenital androgenic disorder associated with enzyme deficiency" in the WHO catalog under number E25.0. It is caused by disruption of the synthesis of hormones in the adrenal cortex and leads to a deficiency supply of the body with cortisol. What is the adrenogenital syndrome

ADULT syndrome

ADULT syndrome

ADULT syndrome is a genetically-caused disease that, on average, only occurs at a very low frequency. In principle, the ADULT syndrome is transmitted in an autosomal dominant manner. The name of the disease is an acronym that stands for A cro-D ermato-U ngual-L-Max-Thoth syndrome. What is the ADULT syndrome

adynamia

adynamia

Adynamia refers to a condition of general exhaustion and marked lack of drive. It occurs as a result of different physical and mental disorders. What is adynamia? Adynamia refers to a condition of general exhaustion and marked lack of drive. Adynamia is not a disease of its own but rather a symptom. This symptom, regardless of its origin, always has the appearance of a general lack of energy

aerophagia

aerophagia

Aerophagy refers to an excess of air in the gastrointestinal tract. As a rule, when speaking, eating or drinking, some air always gets into the digestive tract, but in the case of the disease aerophagia, the amount of swallowed air is so great that it causes bloating, abdominal pain and excessive regurgitation

ADHD

ADHD

As ADHD or ADD strong attention disorders are called. Concretely, these terms are understood to mean the so-called attention deficit syndrome or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. As a rule, especially boys suffer from this disease. The exact causes are not yet known. But it is based on a disturbed signal transmission in the brain, which was triggered by overstimulation