Chronic tonsillitis: symptoms and treatment of the disease
Chronic tonsillitis (CT) is common after a recent sore throat. It can also provoke any other infectious disease in which inflammation of the throat mucosa has been observed. Often people…

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Diphtheria
Diphtheria is an acute, life-threatening, infectious disease. Children aged 3–7 years are most susceptible to it; in recent years, the incidence of adolescents and adults has increased. Diphtheria is an…

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Can a cold be cured in one day?
No one is safe from colds. And for some reason, she always catches up with us at the wrong time: before a responsible exam, on the eve of an important…

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Children’s diseases: hepatitis

Hepatitis is a disease that causes inflammation of the liver. The most common form in children is hepatitis A virus, which is also very contagious. The virus is contained in the patient’s excrement and if the child does not wash his hands thoroughly after each visit to the toilet, then the disease can be transmitted through dirty hands. In addition, the virus can also be found in the blood and saliva.
The first symptom of the disease is a lack of appetite, then symptoms similar to those of the flu and accompanied by jaundice appear – the patient’s skin and pupils become yellowish, the urine becomes very dark in color, and excrement, on the contrary, is very light.
Is it dangerous?
Hepatitis in children rarely proceeds in a severe form. Usually they can easily tolerate it, but it must be treated promptly, as it is very contagious and can spread easily both at home and at school.
Common symptoms:
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Molluscum contagiosum. What does it look like and how to treat it
Molluscum contagiosum - a bundle of light pink color with a depression in the center, similar to a human navel. It is localized on the skin, rarely affects the mucous…

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"Children's" infections in adults
Moreover, as a rule, this happens once, and stable immunity lasts for life. Children's infections include measles, rubella, chickenpox (chickenpox), scarlet fever, whooping cough and mumps (mumps). The main manifestation…

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Whooping cough
Whooping cough is an acute infectious disease, accompanied by inflammation in the upper respiratory tract and paroxysmal spasmodic cough. Unvaccinated children under 5 years of age are most often infected,…

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Why does pancreatitis develop in adults and children
After a plentiful feast, acute pain can sometimes appear right in the hypochondrium, excruciating vomiting. Such symptoms most often indicate the development of pancreatitis. What is a disease? And what…

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