Treatment of insulin resistance

Treatment of insulin resistance mainly depends on the pathogenetic mechanisms that led to its development. When insulin resistance occurs due to an increase in the titer of circulating antibodies to insulin, porcine (suinsulin, actrapid, etc.)

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Treatment of insulin resistance mainly depends on the pathogenetic mechanisms that led to its development. When insulin resistance occurs due to an increase in the titer of circulating antibodies to insulin, porcine (suinsulin, actrapid, etc.)

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Male menopause

Male menopause – normal physiological condition due to age-related reorganization of the neuroendo- Crinic relationships in the system of the hypothalamus – pituitary – gonads, with the extinction of the activity of the sex glands.

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Male menopause – normal physiological condition due to age-related reorganization of the neuroendo- Crinic relationships in the system of the hypothalamus – pituitary – gonads, with the extinction of the activity of the sex glands.

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Congenital disorders

The formation of sex depends on the set in the fertilized ovum (zygote) of sex chromosomes. In each gamete (egg cell and sperm) there are 22 somatic chromosomes (auto-soma) and one sex chromosome. X chromosome is

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The formation of sex depends on the set in the fertilized ovum (zygote) of sex chromosomes. In each gamete (egg cell and sperm) there are 22 somatic chromosomes (auto-soma) and one sex chromosome. X chromosome is

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Shereshevsky – Turner syndrome

Shereshevsky – Turner’s syndrome (gonadal dysgenesis) – a disease caused by abnormal sex chromosomes, following The result is a sharp disruption of the development of the gonads in the early embryonic period. The syndrome is

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Shereshevsky – Turner’s syndrome (gonadal dysgenesis) – a disease caused by abnormal sex chromosomes, following The result is a sharp disruption of the development of the gonads in the early embryonic period. The syndrome is

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Trisomy X syndrome

The disease is relatively rare (1 case per 700-800 newborn girls). Often trisomy-X is detected in patients with psychosis and oligophrenia. Historical data. The disease was first described by Jacob in 1959 Etiology. The cause of

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The disease is relatively rare (1 case per 700-800 newborn girls). Often trisomy-X is detected in patients with psychosis and oligophrenia. Historical data. The disease was first described by Jacob in 1959 Etiology. The cause of

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Klinefelter syndrome

Klinefelter syndrome (dysgenesis of the seminiferous tubules) – sex chromosomal abnormality disease A terrible symptom of which is a violation of spermatogenesis. The frequency of the disease among persons with a male phenotype is 1:

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Klinefelter syndrome (dysgenesis of the seminiferous tubules) – sex chromosomal abnormality disease A terrible symptom of which is a violation of spermatogenesis. The frequency of the disease among persons with a male phenotype is 1:

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DIAGNOSTIC TESTS

In the study of lame som complex revealed a karyotype 46XY. Floor chrome Tin is negative. On the pneumogynecogram ovaries and uterus are absent. Detect testicles with localization more often in the external openings of

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In the study of lame som complex revealed a karyotype 46XY. Floor chrome Tin is negative. On the pneumogynecogram ovaries and uterus are absent. Detect testicles with localization more often in the external openings of

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OFIRENIE

Obesity is a disease of the body, characterized by fat accumulation in subcutaneous tissue and tissue due to metabolic disorders. Obesity may be independent disease (normal or true – alimentar common obesity, constitutional hereditary obesity)

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Obesity is a disease of the body, characterized by fat accumulation in subcutaneous tissue and tissue due to metabolic disorders. Obesity may be independent disease (normal or true – alimentar common obesity, constitutional hereditary obesity)

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Pathogenesis.

The main pathogenetic role in the development of obesity plays a dysfunction of the cerebral cortex and the hypothalamus and first of all the nerve formations in posterior hypothalamus, which are part of the food

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The main pathogenetic role in the development of obesity plays a dysfunction of the cerebral cortex and the hypothalamus and first of all the nerve formations in posterior hypothalamus, which are part of the food

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Physiological tremor

This ailment can occur throughout the body and is an involuntary jitter or oscillation of a specific part of the body, triggered by synchronous or alternating muscle contractions. Below are several varieties of this ailment.

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This ailment can occur throughout the body and is an involuntary jitter or oscillation of a specific part of the body, triggered by synchronous or alternating muscle contractions. Below are several varieties of this ailment.

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