Bruised tailbone - soft tissue injury in the coccyx and the sacrococcygeal joint. Usually occurs in the fall on the buttocks, it is more common in the winter season. Manifested by swelling and pain, growing in a sitting position and during movement. Perhaps the formation of a hematoma. In the long term, such an injury may be complicated coccygodynia - chronic pain resulting from damage to the nerve plexus located in the coccyx. Diagnosis bruised tailbone is exposed on the basis of symptoms, examination and X-ray data. Treatment is conservative.
Bruising breast - Closed traumatic breast tissue. The most common injury of the mammary glands occurs at home in the fall, car accidents, strikes in transport and during sports games. Bruising breast accompanied by pain, the formation of the site seal and hematoma. Injury Diagnosis is based on the presence of trauma history, holding breast ultrasound, radiometry, if necessary - mammography. Treatment of breast injury often held conservative; with a large hematoma puncture aspiration is performed it or delete (sectoral resection of the breast).
Bruised foot - Closed traumatic injury to the soft tissues of the lower limb. Most often it occurs in everyday life: at home in the fall or in the street, struck with a blunt object or a heavy object falling on the foot. Less is formed as a result of sports and work-related injuries, accidents and falls from a height. Manifested by swelling and local tenderness. Support is usually preserved, the movement may be limited because of the pain. Diagnosis exhibited after the exclusion of other damages, in the process of diagnosis can be used X-ray, MRI, CT, ultrasound and other joint research. Treatment is conservative.
Bruised thumb - Closed traumatic soft tissue finger upper or lower limbs. Injury usually occurs in everyday life as a result of impact. Manifested edema, cyanosis, severe pain and restriction of movement. When you hit the nail phalanx sometimes formed subungual hematoma. According to clinical symptoms may resemble a bruised thumb fracture, so when these injuries required inspection trauma. To exclude fracture prescribe X-rays. Treatment is usually conservative, in the presence of a large hematoma hyponychial shown autopsy.
Bruising of the spine - soft tissue injury in the area of the spine and paravertebral area. It may occur as a result of falling on his back, or kick back in the home, during sports, traffic accident, natural or industrial disaster. It causes pain, swelling and limitation of movement. In mild cases, affected only the soft tissues of the back, with severe injuries possible contusion of the spinal cord with the development of neurological symptoms. To clarify the diagnosis using X-rays, myelography, MRI, CT scans and other tests. Treatment is conservative.
Bruised ribs - soft tissue injuries (skin, subcutaneous tissue, muscles) in the chest. There is a fall, the impact or compression. Unlike most other damage to the chest, falls into the category of minor injuries and does not constitute a potential danger to life. It may be accompanied by a sufficiently intense pain, swelling, bruising or bleeding. The diagnosis put after the exclusion of other chest injuries. Treatment is conservative, the period of disability up to 1 month.
Bruising hands - a closed injury of the upper limb, not accompanied by a substantial violation of the tissue structure. It occurs when dropped or bumped. Damage to all limb segments: fingers, hand, forearm, elbow, shoulder and shoulder joint. It causes pain and swelling at the site of injury are often formed hematoma. Movement is usually retained, but limited. When the joint damage can occur hemarthrosis. To exclude more severe damage perform X-rays, CT scans and other tests. Treatment is conservative.
Bruising joint - soft tissue damage in the joint. It is usually the result of consumer or sports injury, rarely occurs in an accident, a fall from a height and other high-energy impacts. The proximate cause of the injury becomes a bump or fall. Most often affects the knee and elbow joints. Injury manifested by swelling, pain and limitation of movement. hemarthrosis may develop in the first few days later - synovitis. To confirm the diagnosis and rule out other injuries prescribe X-rays, more rarely MRI, CT, ultrasound and joint arthroscopy. Treatment is conservative.
Strangulated hernia - compression of the hernia sac in the hernial ring, causing circulatory disorders and necrosis of the organs forming the hernial contents. Strangulated hernia is characterized by severe pain, tension and soreness herniation, nevpravimostyu defect. Diagnosis is based on the infringement of a hernia the history and physical examination, survey abdominal radiography. During herniotomy about strangulated hernia often require a resection of necrotic bowel.
Favus - mycotic disease character, which affects smooth skin. Hair, nails and internal organs are rarely affected. The incidence is very high in countries with hot and humid climate. In our country, crusted ringworm is diagnosed mainly in the central and southern regions, in areas dominated by low temperatures, crusted ringworm is extremely rare. favus Treatment usually involves systemic antimycotic therapy, treatment of affected areas and the removal of the nail plate crumbling.
Phakomatoses - a group of genetically determined progressive pathologies that manifest polymorphic symptoms, mainly affecting the nervous system, skin, body and accompanied by the appearance of a variety of tumors of the visceral organs. Diagnose phakomatoses possible efforts of many specialists, and only through a comprehensive examination of the patient (MRI, CT, ultrasound, ECG, EEG, ophthalmoscopy, etc.). Treatment of symptomatic phakomatoses: Anticonvulsant, neurometabolic, dehydration, psychotherapy, surgery. The prognosis depends on the type and severity phakomatoses.
Pharyngitis - acute or chronic inflammation of the mucous membrane of the posterior wall of the pharynx, usually viral or bacterial origin. Often combined with tonsillitis. Manifested tickling, feeling of "lump" and sore throat, worse swallowing, dry cough, fever. In most cases, a complete cure is possible, possible acute process becomes chronic. Less commonly, you may experience severe complications: heart failure and rheumatic joints.
Pharyngitis in children - an infectious-inflammatory process in the mucosa and lymphoid tissue of the oropharynx. Pharyngitis in children occurs with dryness phenomena, burning, soreness, sore, sore throat, cough, hoarseness. Diagnosis of pharyngitis in children based on faringoskopicheskoy picture and results of microbiological studies of stroke with the back wall of the pharynx. When pharyngitis in children, usually held local therapy: gargling, lubrication posterior pharyngeal wall mucosa antiseptics, inhalation, irrigation throat sprays.
Faringomikoz (fungal pharyngitis) - an inflammatory disease of the mucous membrane of the pharynx, which has a fungal etiology. Faringomikoz may have pseudomembranous, erythematous, hyperplastic and erosive and ulcerative character. Its clinical manifestations are scratchy, ssadnenie, burning, dryness and other discomfort in the throat.; aggravated by swallowing sore throat; low-grade fever, malaise; presence in the throat whitish or yellowish plaque. The basis of diagnosis faringomikoza make microscopic studies and cultures of throat swabs, pharyngoscope consultancy related professionals. Faringomikoz treated intrafaringealnym system and the use of antifungal drugs on the background correction of existing immune and endocrine disorders.
Fasciolosis - parasitic infestation caused by liver fluke or a giant, and is characterized by a primary lesion of the hepatobiliary system. Current fastcioleza accompanied by malaise, fever, urticaria, nausea, pain in the right upper quadrant, enlarged liver, jaundice. In the diagnosis of fascioliasis informative serological methods (ELISA, IFA, RIGA), a study of duodenal contents and feces on eggs of helminths, ultrasound of the liver and biliary tract. In the complex treatment of fascioliasis include diet, intake of anthelmintics (triclabendazole, praziquantel), choleretic, antihistamines.
Febrile seizures (FS) - a convulsive attacks against the backdrop of hyperthermia, typical for children under 6 years old, who had never been observed seizures without fever. Clinical signs include loss of consciousness, rapid voltage of skeletal muscle characteristic posture, twitching limbs and pallor or cyanosis of the skin. The diagnosis of febrile seizures in children is based on anamnestic data, the level of glucose in the blood, cerebrospinal fluid analysis, indicators of water and electrolyte balance and instrumental studies of the central nervous system - EEG, CT, MRI. Treatment involves mild asthma using tranquilizers or anti-epileptic drugs and the removal of hyperthermia using NSAIDs.
Phenylketonuria - an inherited disorder of amino acid metabolism caused by deficiency of liver enzymes involved in the metabolism of phenylalanine to tyrosine. Early signs phenylketonuria are vomiting, lethargy or hyperactivity, smell of mold and urine from the skin, psychomotor retardation; Typical symptoms include mental retardation later, retarded physical development, seizures, eczematous skin changes and other newborn screening for phenylketonuria is held still in the maternity ward.; subsequent diagnostics include molecular genetic testing, determination of the concentration of phenylalanine in the blood, urine biochemical analysis, EEG, MRI of the brain. phenylketonuria treatment is subject to a special diet.
Pheochromocytoma - a tumor with preferential localization in the adrenal medulla, composed of chromaffin cells and secrete large amounts of catecholamines. Pheochromocytoma manifested catecholamine hypertension and hypertensive crisis. In order to carry out the diagnosis of pheochromocytoma provocative tests, the determination of catecholamines and their metabolites in blood and urine, ultrasound examination of the adrenal glands, CT and MRI, scintigraphy, selective arteriography. Treatment of a pheochromocytoma is to perform adrenalectomy after appropriate medical training.
Enzyme pancreatic insufficiency - limited secretion or low activity of pancreatic enzymes, leading to a breach of digestion and absorption of nutrients in the gut. Manifested progressive weight loss, bloating, anemia, steatorrhea, polifekaliey, diarrhea and polyhypovitaminosis. Diagnosis is based on laboratory research methods exocrine pancreas, carrying coprogram, determining the level of enzymes in the feces. Treatment includes treatment of the underlying disease, normalization of nutrients entering the body, the introduction of substitution of pancreatic enzymes, symptomatic treatment.
Fetal alcohol syndrome - a collection of birth defects caused by teratogenic effects of ethanol on the developing fetus. Fetal alcohol syndrome is characterized by prenatal malnutrition, retarded child's physical and psychological development, mental retardation, craniofacial manifestations dysmorphic, congenital heart defects, breach of skeletal development, and others. Anomalies. Diagnosis of fetal alcohol syndrome is based on the presence of alcohol history in the mother, multiple violations of the child's development. Treatment of fetal alcohol syndrome is aimed at correcting the severe anatomic defects, the organization of medical and psycho-pedagogical support of the child.
Placental insufficiency - a complex of morphological and functional disorders on the part of the fetus and placenta which develops as a result of various extragenital and gynecologic pathology and pregnancy complications. The presence of placental insufficiency may be accompanied by a threat of termination of pregnancy, hypoxia, and delayed fetal development, and so on. D. Diagnosis of placental insufficiency based on the ultrasound data CTG, Doppler utero-placental blood flow. Treatment of placental insufficiency requires treatment of the underlying disease; courses of medication to improve fruit and uterine blood flow, correction of hypoxic fetal disorders; if necessary - early delivery.
Fibrosis of the pancreas - diffuse peri- and intralobulyarnoe substitution healthy functioning pancreatic tissue connective centers. The main symptoms are severe exocrine (digestive disorders, weight loss, diarrhea) and endocrine organ failure (impaired carbohydrate metabolism). Diagnosis involves performing laboratory tests, ultrasound of the pancreas, CT biopsy. Treatment is aimed at correcting exocrine insufficiency (enzyme preparations), hyperglycemia. Prognosis is poor: a complete cure is not possible, if adequate treatment is achievable compensation pancreatic insufficiency.
Fibrosing alveolitis - a pathological process, which is based on an extensive loss of interstitial lung tissue, leading to the development of fibrosis and respiratory failure. The progression of fibrosing alveolitis is accompanied by a steady increase of weakness, weight loss, shortness of breath, unproductive cough, chest pain, cyanosis. Diagnosis is based on data from X-ray and computed tomography lung, spirometry, lung biopsy. Treatment of fibrosing alveolitis include anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive therapy, oxygen therapy; on the testimony - lung transplantation.
Fibrous dysplasia - bone loss in which the portion of the normal bone tissue is replaced by connective tissue with the inclusion of trabecular bone. Fibrous dysplasia is classified as tumor diseases can be local or widespread, hitting one or more bones. Reasons for development are not clear, it is not ruled out a genetic predisposition. Manifested by pain, deformity, shortening or lengthening of the segment and pathological fractures. Diagnosis is exposed on the basis of X-ray, MRI, CT scan and other studies. Treatment is usually surgical.
Fibrous periodontitis - chronic inflammation of the periodontal tissues. Typically, the disease is asymptomatic. Characteristic changes, pointing to the development of fibrotic periodontitis exhibit during radiographic examination. During exacerbation of chronic inflammatory periodontal appear tenderness to biting, redness and swelling of the mucous membrane in the projection of the tops of the roots of the causal tooth. Diagnosis of the disease include the collection of complaints, clinical examination, radiography, EDI. Treatment of fibrotic periodontitis aims to eliminate occlusal overload elimination of periapical inflammatory focus.
Fibrous pulpitis - a kind of chronic inflammation of the pulp, the hallmark of which is the proliferation in the tooth cavity of fibrous connective tissue. Fibrous pulpitis occurs with a constant feeling of heaviness in the tooth; tooth response to thermal, chemical and mechanical stimuli in the form of the long-term running aching, nagging pain; bad smell from the mouth; the presence of a deep cavity. Diagnose fibrous pulpitis allow medical history and examination data (sounding percussion termoprob), tooth X-ray, electric pulp test. Treatment includes fibrous pulpitis vital /non-vital pulpotomy or pulp extirpation.
Fibrolipoma breast - a benign tumor composed of fatty and fibrous tissue. Usually it occurs in women older than 40 years. It is a painless dense mobile node is not soldered to the skin and underlying tissues. For a long, asymptomatic. With an increase can cause visible deformation of the breast. Possible calcification. Malignancy is rare. The basis for diagnosis are the inspection data, the results of mammography, breast ultrasound and other studies. surgical treatment. For small fibrolipoma without causing a cosmetic defect, sometimes restricted to supervision.
Uterine Fibroids - benign tumor of mature, having the structure of connective tissue, and emanating from the walls of the uterus. Clinical manifestations of uterine fibroids are directly related to its growth and may include disorders of menstruation, pain and pressure in the abdomen, dizuricheskie disorders, constipation, back pain. Uterine fibroids are diagnosed as a result of a pelvic exam, ultrasound, ultrasound -gisterosalpingoskopii, CT and MRI. uterine fibroid treatment can be conservative (medication), surgery (nephron-sparing or radical), minimally invasive (endovascular).
Fibroids - benign tumor that develops from connective tissue. It may occur in the skin, tendons, internal organs (uterus, ovaries), the mammary gland. breast fibroma appears as a dense, spherical seal painless, sometimes accompanied by a feeling of fullness chest before menstruation. Upon detection of fibroids should be removed a malignant tumor of the breast, you must observe in mammalogy for deciding on methods Lechenia.v most cases, fibroids breast must be removed because of the risk of its malignant transformation.
Oral fibroma - a benign tumor consisting of mature connective tissue fibers. It is a clearly delimited rounded nodule on the leg or the wide basis, covered with intact mucosa. It is characterized by slow growth of exophytic. Fibroma of the oral cavity can be located on the inside of the cheeks, the mucous membrane of the lips, soft palate, gums, tongue. Diagnosis of fibroids oral made by inspection, palpation, ultrasound and histological examination. Orthopantomogram, radiography and parodontogramma used to detect inflammatory processes that cause the formation of fibroids. Treatment fibroma oral reduces its resection, whose radio-wave laser or a knife can be used.