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Find out what is the human papillomavirus, through Dr. Peña Jiménez, a specialist in gynecology and obstetrics who has in his career with specialized courses in advanced laparoscopy, hysteroscopy colposcopy and advanced, made in Mexico, Spain and the United States.
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Bichectomia, ideal for reducing fat in the cheeks surgery
The Bichectomia is recommended for anyone who wants to lose weight and define the lower third of the face and must be performed by a certified and trained in facial cosmetic surgery. The risks are minor, such as local inflammation, ecchymosis (bruising) and pain.
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Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease characterized by joint inflammation cause. So far there are no known causes, but it is believed that the detonator can be a viral or infectious disease. Pain is the main symptom.
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Pulmonary fibrosis, a progressive disease
Pulmonary fibrosis (PF) is a condition in which the tissue within the alveoli or among heals and becomes thicker and stiffer. There is no certainty about the exact cause of this abnormal lung tissue repair.
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rare dysmorphic syndrome, physical characteristics
Dysmorphic syndrome is used to describe a child or adult whose physical characteristics are not common in other people of the same age. The causes are multiple and geneticist should do extensive studies for clinical diagnosis.
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