Aspergillosis - diseases of fungal etiology, the causative agents of which are mold fungi Aspergillus. They can affect not only the skin, but also the mucous membranes of the internal organs. The degree and depth of penetration of pathogenic fungi can also be different. Due to such features of this type of mycosis, its study is carried out not only by specialists in the field of dermatology, but also by pulmonologists, ophthalmologists, otolaryngologists, etc.
Trichinosis is an extremely dangerous parasitic disease, the acute course of which can have serious consequences for the patient. Trichinella carriers are predominantly wild animals such as wild boars, bears, badgers, etc. High incidence rates are observed in countries such as the USA, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Poland, Germany, and the Baltic states.
Dysentery is an infectious lesion of the gastrointestinal tract, the source of which is localized mainly in the colon. The disease has a bacterial etiology, and microorganisms of the Shigella genus are its causative agent. With the destruction of pathogenic microorganisms, toxins, toxins are released into the blood and determine the course and manifestation of pathology.
Lyme disease is a transmissible pathology, the causative agents of which are pathogenic bacteria of the genus Borrelia. It is very difficult to talk about the prevalence of pathology, which in many sources is called the "great imitator." This name is due to the polymorphism of the clinical manifestations of Lyme disease, in connection with which the patients have symptoms that cause them to turn to neurologists, dermatologists or rheumatologists, and not to infectious diseases.
Epstein-Barr virus - one of a variety of herpes viruses. Once in the human body, HHV type 4 remains in it forever. But the disease does not manifest itself in all cases, so a person being his carrier may not even be aware of this. This virus provokes autoimmune and lymphoproliferative diseases.
Toksokaroz - a type of helminthiasis, the causative agent of which is toxocar. This helminth is a type of roundworm and belongs to the genus of toxcar. This type of worms inhabits mainly in animals (dogs, cats, great cattle), so the development of toxocariasis in humans is rare.
Echinococcosis is a type of helminthic invasion, the causative agent of which is echinococcus, belonging to the group of tapeworms (cestodes). Pathology develops during the course of the larval stage (oncosphere), and occurs mainly in people living in South America and Europe, North Africa, New Zealand, Australia and other foreign countries.
Helminthiasis is a disease that affects both children and adults. Despite the wide range of antihelminthic drugs sold in pharmacies without a prescription, many people prefer the old and reliable remedy garlic. The undoubted advantage of this product is that it can be used both for adults and young children.
Salmonellosis is a polyetiological disease caused by different types of Salmonella bacteria. Difficulties with the diagnosis may occur due to the fact that the pathology is capable of proceeding latently, without causing the patient to feel unwell. But there are cases of severe disease, when there was a development of serious gastroenterological diseases.
Enterobiasis is the most common type of helminthiasis, involving the damage of the human body with pinworms. The disease has a pronounced clinical picture and is capable of being transmitted from an infected person to a healthy person, regardless of gender or age.Pinworms are susceptible to people living in countries with completely different climatic conditions.
Streptoderma in children of different ages develops due to the defeat by various strains of the common microbial agent streptococcus and a decrease in the effectiveness of immune protection. It is characterized by the occurrence of typical blister rashes on the skin (less often mucous membranes) filled with purulent contents.
Diphtheria is an acute infectious disease caused by diphtheria bacteria, transmitted mainly by airborne droplets, characterized by inflammation, most often mucous membranes of the oropharynx and nasopharynx, as well as symptoms of general intoxication, damage to the cardiovascular, nervous and excretory systems.
Since childhood, we know how tasty and healthy fish is, boiled, fried, baked in the oven. We are told about phosphorus, iodine and omega-3, however, it is often forgotten to say that it is the fish that can be a serious cause of the not very pleasant disease called opisthorchiasis. This disease has become quite widespread, in the world there are 21 million.
Sepsis is a serious infectious disease that develops as the infection progresses and spreads throughout the body through the blood. Hippocrates, 2000 years ago, called sepsis a disease with decay of tissues and decay, which, without treatment, inevitably leads to death. The most common causative agents of sepsis are staphylococcus, E. coli, streptococci, pneumococci.
Brucellosis (Maltese fever) is a zoonotic infectious disease caused by various types of Brucella. The disease is prone to chronic course and is characterized by a non-specific clinical picture with multiple lesions of various organs and systems of the human body. It is very important to detect the symptoms of brucellosis in a timely manner, an experienced doctor can easily recognize them at the first examination.
Infectious mononucleosis in children is called glandular fever. This is a viral disease, which is characterized by prolonged fever, sore throat, an increase in various groups of lymph nodes, specific changes in peripheral blood. This disease is relevant for all age groups, but more so for young children.
Giardiasis is a common infectious disease of the human body caused by an intestinal unicellular lamblia parasite. Giardiasis occurs in adults and children throughout the world. Giardia - unicellular microscopic parasites that can multiply in the small intestine of humans. When infected with this parasite and the presence of clinical symptoms of the disease requires adequate treatment of giardiasis.
Poliomyelitis is an acute viral disease affecting the central nervous system, primarily the spinal cord, and sometimes causing paralysis. Direct or indirect contact with the patient (through hands, handkerchiefs, clothing, etc.) is considered to be the main method of dissemination. Also distributed through food, water, with air.
Ascariasis is a parasitic-induced disease that affects people who have ascarids in their bodies (helminthic parasites from the group of nematodes). The disease is widespread throughout the world, excluding deserts and permafrost areas. The source of infection is the land contaminated by waste products of the human body.
Cytomegalovirus is a virus that is widespread throughout the world among adults and children, belonging to the group of herpes viruses. Since this virus was discovered relatively recently, in 1956, it is considered to be not yet sufficiently studied, and in the scientific world it is still the subject of active discussion.