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Tendonitis Aquileia ( Achilles Tendon ) is the most frequent of ankle tendinitis. This tendon connects the calf muscles (gastrocnemius ) to the heel bone. Da pain in the back of the calf to the heel. It is appropriate to use heel download for recovery.

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Achondroplasia is a disorder of bone growth that represents the most common cause of dwarfism. Achondroplasia generates a morphological alteration ( formation and growth) in the bones which causes numerous complications. The main symptoms are arched feet, decreased muscle tone and a prominent forehead marked difference in the size of the head in relation to the body, among others.

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Dermatology , Pediatrics, General Practitioner, Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism

Acne is a skin pathology that can occur at any age and is the inflammation of the sebaceous glands. Usually appears on the face but can also manifest in neck and back, causing aesthetic problems for people who have it. The symptoms are pimples reddish (known as papules ), pustules or pimples of whitish color, blackheads, pimples and even small cysts. It is important to diagnose the type of acne and the most appropriate treatment as the case: to eliminate the slight acne remedies are...

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Acquired brain injury

, Neurology, Psychology

The Acquired Brain Damage refers to the lesion, usually sudden, brain structures. The main forms of pathology are stroke ( CVA) or stroke and traumatic brain injury (TBI ). Strokes involving the interruption of blood flow to a region of the brain, causing ischemia and loss of function that is responsible for the affected brain region. The TEC is a type of brain lesions forming a cerebral edema and this results in a loss of consciousness.

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Acute Ischemia

Angiology and Vascular Surgery

Acute ischemia is the diminution or suppression of blood supply in an area or organ of the body. The causes may be varied: external to the vessel, by compression, tumors, scars, etc;or internal, such as thickening of the vessel wall by a chronic inflammation, tumor, thrombus... Anyway, the three most important causes of this clinical picture are thrombosis, strokes and injuries. Clinically, manifested by a sudden and intense pain that does not respond to normal painkillers. It most often...

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Adrenal Glands

Internal Medicine

The adrenal glands are small glands located in the upper part of each kidney, they are responsible for producing essential hormones for life, such

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Adult Circumcision

Plastic surgery

Circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin of the penis ( the fold of skin that covers the tip dle penis). It consists of cutting a portion of the foreskin covering the glans, leaving it permanently exposed. For adults, usually performed for medical reasons, primarily as a treatment for phimosis and paraphimosis. Although there are also cases of adult circumcision for religious reasons. The treatment can be done with a dorsal incision technique where the specialist makes a small...

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Adult Orthodontics


Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that corrects misaligned teeth and bones by the application of different types of forces apparatus. Orthodontics is indicated for cases of crowding of teeth or the bad position of teeth prevents proper cleaning, which increases the risk of diseases such as caries or periodontitis. Therefore, orthodontics aims to contribute to the welfare of the patient, improving the function and aesthetics of your teeth. The devices used can be fixed ( brackets and...

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Adult psychoanalysis

Psychology, Psychiatry

Psychoanalysis in adults attending behavioral disorders whose treatment aims to investigate the individual through factors such as identity and individuality as well as the possible diseases that may or may not be visible within a process...

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Advanced Reconstructions

Branch of surgery that relates to musculoskeletal disorders, their muscle, bone or joint parties and their acute, chronic, traumatic, and recurrent injuries. Apart from mechanical considerations, it also refers to the factors of the pathology, genetics, intrinsic, extrinsic, and biomechanical involved.

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