What does high level of blood cholesterol lead to?
What are the reasons of atherosclerosis development?
Which indexes of cholesterol and LDLP are within the norm and which ones are increased?
What one should do to reduce the development of atherosclerosis?
It is considered that everybody has headache at least once during his life. It is headache that is most frequent patient’s complaint heard by the doctors of any specialty. Headache may be a symptom of another disease or independent problem. Most frequent form of headache is the headache of tension.Read more
Gonococcal infection – gonorrhea – is one of most ancient sexually transmitted diseases. Gonorrhea’s causative agent is gonococcus (Neisseria gonorrhoeae).
Symptoms of gonorrhea
Diagnostics of gonorrhea
Treatment of gonorrhea
Peptic ulcer is a chronic disease, inclined for recurrent development, more often in spring or in autumn, as well as during stress periods. The disease is characterized by ulcer formation on the mucous membrane of the stomach or duodenum.Read more
Clamidiosis is a disease, caused by Chlamydia bacteria. Nowadays we know several types of chlamidia. Two of them – Сhlamydia trachomatis and Сhlamydia pneumoniae cause diseases in human. Chlamydia pneumoniae is a rather frequent reason of pneumonia, bronchitis, angina, and pharyngitis.Read more
What is allergy?
How to diagnose the allergy?
What are the types of allergy?