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Atopic dermatitis (ATD) is a chronic skin disease that may have a hereditary predisposition. Such a diagnosis is made solely by clinical manifestations. It is characterized by a violation of the function of the skin barrier as a result of a deficiency of binding proteins, frequent infection of the skin or a violation of the quality of life. Outwardly, dry skin is observed, which is accompanied by itching. In atopic dermatitis, immunity is prone to inflammation, an allergic type, and the formation of IgE. Atopic dermatitis is not all accompanied by food allergies, this applies to 40-50% of children with AD.
Causes of atopic dermatitis.
Treatment of AD in a child.
Wet wraps with atopic dermatitis.
Reasons for atd. “The more sterile the environment, the higher the risks” Continue reading
Caries is a tooth injury that can occur with a child even at the time of teething. As practice shows, up to seven years this dental disease is detected in 80% of patients. Unfortunately, this indicator is growing every year. This is due to the fact that the enamel of the child’s teeth is not yet fully formed and cannot fully resist microorganisms that destroy children’s teeth. Early caries develops very quickly and leads to unpleasant consequences if treatment is not started in advance. But many moms and dads continue to ignore this problem.
Tooth decay in children
Caries is the destruction of the tooth, which begins with the dissolution of the mineral substances that make up its composition, due to which cavities form, or, as we are used to call it, “holes”.
Despite the fact that we were convinced that the main cause of caries is sweet, this is not entirely true. The main factor causing caries is microorganisms. These bacteria form acids on the enamel of the tooth acid, which lead to the “leaching” of minerals. Continue reading
Permanent weight loss combined with digestive problems and abdominal pain can be a symptom of a serious disorder – malabsorption syndrome.
What does malabsorption syndrome mean?
Under this term, there are a number of signs that the small intestine can not cope with its main function – the absorption of nutrients from the food entering the body.
As you know, it is in the small intestine that the food slurry is broken down into individual components, which are absorbed into the intestinal wall and enter the bloodstream. This is the main digestion process. If for some reason this process is disrupted, then the body does not receive the proteins, fats, carbohydrates, micro and macro elements, vitamins necessary for life, that is, it is starving. And it responds to this with very definite symptoms, in general, and constituting malabsorption syndrome. Continue reading