Hypothyroidism – insufficient formation of thyroid hormones

Hypothyroidism is the most common thyroid dysfunction. In most countries, particularly in Russia, hypothyroidism is due to iodine deficiency. The prevalence of hypothyroidism in the world is 5%. The inability of the thyroid gland to produce enough hormones (T4

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Hypothyroidism is the most common thyroid dysfunction. In most countries, particularly in Russia, hypothyroidism is due to iodine deficiency. The prevalence of hypothyroidism in the world is 5%. The inability of the thyroid gland to produce enough hormones (T4

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SEPSIS OTHOGENIC

It occurs due to the spread of infection from the purulent focus in the middle ear through the veins and sinuses of the temporal bone or as a result of direct contact of pus with

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It occurs due to the spread of infection from the purulent focus in the middle ear through the veins and sinuses of the temporal bone or as a result of direct contact of pus with

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Diseases of the pineal gland

The epiphysis consists of a loose neuroglial stroma that surrounds the nests of epithelial cells containing neurosecretory granules, these cells are called pineocytes. Pineocytes have long thin processes, which are remnants of primitive predecessors of

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The epiphysis consists of a loose neuroglial stroma that surrounds the nests of epithelial cells containing neurosecretory granules, these cells are called pineocytes. Pineocytes have long thin processes, which are remnants of primitive predecessors of

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Atypical clinical forms of hypothyroidism

Difficulties in recognizing hypothyroidism are amplified many times when the disease proceeds in unusual (non-classical) forms. 1.Hypertension in hypothyroidism. Hypertension is detected in 10-30% of patients with hypothyroidism. Its genesis is explained by vessel sensitization to endogenous

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Difficulties in recognizing hypothyroidism are amplified many times when the disease proceeds in unusual (non-classical) forms. 1.Hypertension in hypothyroidism. Hypertension is detected in 10-30% of patients with hypothyroidism. Its genesis is explained by vessel sensitization to endogenous

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  Hypothyroid coma

The most severe (but fortunately, very rare) complication of hypothyroidism is hypothyroid or myxedematous coma . The basis of its pathogenesis is inhibition of the respiratory center, a progressive decrease in cardiac output, tissue hypoxia and a decrease in

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The most severe (but fortunately, very rare) complication of hypothyroidism is hypothyroid or myxedematous coma . The basis of its pathogenesis is inhibition of the respiratory center, a progressive decrease in cardiac output, tissue hypoxia and a decrease in

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Central diabetes insipidus

Etiology  Diabetes mellitus develops due to inadequate synthesis and / or secretion of antidiuretic hormone (central form), or the inability of the kidneys to respond adequately to circulating vasopressin (renal form). In endocrinological practice, diabetes

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Etiology  Diabetes mellitus develops due to inadequate synthesis and / or secretion of antidiuretic hormone (central form), or the inability of the kidneys to respond adequately to circulating vasopressin (renal form). In endocrinological practice, diabetes

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Microcirculatory disorders in hypertension

Vascular damage is manifested as a violation of the endothelial relaxing factor and increased leukocyte adhesion to the epithelium surface. Rheological changes associated with increased adhesiveness of platelets are also of great importance in impaired

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Vascular damage is manifested as a violation of the endothelial relaxing factor and increased leukocyte adhesion to the epithelium surface. Rheological changes associated with increased adhesiveness of platelets are also of great importance in impaired

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Isolation genomically second DNA

Isolation genomically second DNA from the venous blood of the patients was conducted meto- house fenolhloroformnoy extraction. Amplification of polymorphic sections was carried out using a polymerase chain reaction on an RNS-2 thermal cycler (manufactured by Techne, United Kingdom). Amplification was

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Isolation genomically second DNA from the venous blood of the patients was conducted meto- house fenolhloroformnoy extraction. Amplification of polymorphic sections was carried out using a polymerase chain reaction on an RNS-2 thermal cycler (manufactured by Techne, United Kingdom). Amplification was

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Diseases of the pituitary gland

These diseases can be associated with its tumors, autoimmune disorders, inflammation, necrosis, or develop due to damage to the hypothalamus or other parts of the CNS. Tumors. Various primary tumors can develop in the pituitary

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These diseases can be associated with its tumors, autoimmune disorders, inflammation, necrosis, or develop due to damage to the hypothalamus or other parts of the CNS. Tumors. Various primary tumors can develop in the pituitary

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Lactic acidosis and hyperlactacidemic coma

Lactic acidosis is a state of metabolic acidosis that results from an increased content of lactic acid in the blood. Lactic acidosis is not a specific complication of diabetes. This state is of a polytechological

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Lactic acidosis is a state of metabolic acidosis that results from an increased content of lactic acid in the blood. Lactic acidosis is not a specific complication of diabetes. This state is of a polytechological

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