"Diagnosis in oncology should predict the disease before it manifests itself"
Molecular diagnostic methods are developing with revolutionary leaps and in the next ten years, familiar views on the principles and approaches in the diagnosis of tumor diseases can radically change.…

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How is Kalman syndrome diagnosed, or delayed puberty
Kalman syndrome (KS) is a rare genetic disease in humans. It is determined by the delay, the absence of signs of puberty in combination with the absence or violation of…

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Cancer Prevention: Check Your Genes
Many learned about mutation tests in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes after the statement of Angelina Jolie, who made a mastectomy. However, such a radical solution to the problem is…

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disease begins

Giants’ problems, or “Uncle, get a little sparrow!”

The beauty of a man is usually associated with his article. With his height. None of the boys want to be a little finger boy. Everyone wants to be tall. A tall man is considered an advantage. But it turns out that too high growth is not always good, because serious problems can develop because of it. A recent study confirmed this again.

Of course, the concept of normal growth is a relative concept, and depends on heredity and some other life factors. The average height of women on the planet is 1.54 m and men – 1.65 m. If a man grows above two meters and a woman taller than 1.90 m, there is reason to check your health with an endocrinologist. On the other hand, when growing below 1.30 m, it also makes sense to consult a specialist.

Too small or too tall people suffer a lot of inconvenience, for example, problems with choosing clothes or riding on public transport. But, most importantly, all people of excessively high growth sooner or later have health problems. Continue reading

Why an elbow hurts, or The whole truth about myositis
Myositis is a disease of office workers and middle-aged women. This condition is familiar to many: aching pain suddenly appears in the muscles, it is rapidly growing and now any…

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"The causes of hepatitis infection are drug trafficking of the 90s.
According to statistics, every 12th inhabitant of the planet is a carrier of the hepatitis virus. There are more than 500 million of them in the world, which is 12…

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Year 2013: is tuberculosis curable?
Can tuberculosis be cured in the second decade of the 21st century? What is the most common infection today? Is the prevalence of this disease increasing or decreasing? These and…

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Blood for analysis. We rent out correctly!
We donate blood for analysis correctly. 9022.jpeg Just think, what is the importance - to donate blood correctly! But still, there are some subtleties in this matter. Before donating blood…

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