Seborrheic Keratoses

Seborrheic keratoses are superficial, often pigmented warty usually epithelial lesions that may occur as a smooth papules. The cause is not known, but in some species genetic mutations have been identified. The lesions often occur in middle age and later on, and usually appear on the trunk or at the temples. In darker-skinned people several 1 can occur on the cheekbones to 3-mm lesions; this is called dermatosis Papulosa nigra….

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Schizophrenia In Children

Schizophrenia is defined by the appearance of hallucinations and delusions, which lead to a considerable psycho-social dysfunction and stop ? 6 months. Schizophrenia is defined by the appearance of hallucinations and delusions, which lead to a considerable psycho-social dysfunction and stop ? 6 months. (Schizophrenia.) Schizophrenia is defined by the appearance of hallucinations and delusions, which lead to a considerable psycho-social dysfunction and stop ? 6 months. Schizophrenia typically begins…

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Secondary Adrenal Insufficiency

A secondary adrenal insufficiency is a sub-function of the adrenal glands, which is caused by a lack of adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH). The symptoms are the same as in Addison’s disease, but it is a lower hypovolemia, as a rule. The diagnosis is made clinically and by laboratory tests. Typical are low plasma ACTH levels and low cortisol levels. The treatment consists of hydrocortisone substitution. (See illustration of the adrenal function.)…

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Secondary Aldosteronism

Secondary hyperaldosteronism is increased adrenal aldosterone production in response to a nichthypophysäre, extraadrenale stimulation as in a renal hypoperfusion. The symptoms are the same as for primary aldosteronism. The diagnosis involves the measurement of plasma Aldosteronwerten and plasma renin activity. Treatment consists of treating the causes. Secondary hyperaldosteronism is increased adrenal aldosterone production in response to a nichthypophysäre, extraadrenale stimulation as in a renal hypoperfusion. The symptoms are the same…

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Schizotypal Personality Disorder

The schizotypale personality disorder is characterized by a pervasive pattern of intense discomfort associated with, and reduced capacity for close relationships, by distorted perception and perception and eccentric behavior. Diagnosis is based on clinical criteria. Treatment is with antipsychotics, antidepressants and cognitive behavioral therapy. (See also personality disorders overview.) The schizotypale personality disorder is characterized by a pervasive pattern of intense discomfort associated with, and reduced capacity for close relationships,…

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Secondary And Atypical Parkinsonism

Secondary Parkinsonism refers to a group of diseases which, although similar characteristics MP, but have another cause. Atypical Parkinsonism refers to a group of other neurodegenerative diseases as MP that have some features of MP, but still have some other clinical features and a different pathology. The diagnosis is made based on the clinical picture and response to levodopa. The treatment is causal aligned as far as possible. Parkinsonism is…

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School Problems In Adolescents

Learning disabilities (learning disabilities at a glance) may occur for the first time when the demands at school get more and more, especially in intelligent children who had been able to compensate for their weaknesses. School provides much of the life of a youth Lichens are. Difficulties in almost every area of ??life often manifest themselves as problems at school. Learning disabilities (learning disabilities at a glance) may occur for…

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Secondary Erythrocytosis

(Secondary polycythemia) A secondary erythrocytosis develops as a result of another disease or circulating erythropoiesis-stimulating substances. In secondary erythrocytosis only the number of red blood cells is increased, while in the polycythemia vera (polycythemia vera) may increase the number of erythrocytes, leukocytes and platelets. Any increase in hemoglobin and hematocrit above normal for age and sex is considered erythrocytosis. A secondary erythrocytosis develops as a result of another disease or…

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Schrecksynkopen By Breath-Holding

Seizures due to respiratory arrests have episodes where the child involuntarily stops shortly after a frightening or emotionally exciting event or after a painful experience to breathe and is unconscious. Schrecksynkopen by respiratory arrest occur in about 5% of healthy children. They usually begin in the first year of life and have their peak incidence at the age of 2 years. They disappear at the age of 4 years at…

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