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3Jul, 2019

Cum apare si cum se trateaza steatoza hepatica

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Articol realizat si publicat de redactia RomaniaLibera.ro Acceseaza sursa aici Statisticile estimeaza ca pana la 25% dintre adulti au “ficat gras”. Anual, in intreaga lume, mor peste 30.000 de oameni din cauza imbolnavirii acestui organ vital. Specialistii spun ca totusi, fara complicatii, steatoza hepatica este reversibila. De regula, steatoza hepatica non-alcoolica este adesea asociata cu obezitatea, toleranta alterata la glucoza si dislipidemia, fiind considerata manifestarea hepatica a sindromului metabolic. Specialistii spun ca este vorba despre o maladie caracterizata prin acumularea trigliceridelor in celulele hepatice in timpul procesului numit steatoza – […]
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24Apr, 2019

Sarea, bună sau rea pentru organism?

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Sodiul are roluri esentiale in organism. „Bun prieten cu apa, este responsabil in special de mentinerea volemiei si a tensiunii arteriale, precum si a retinerii apei in celule. Insa, sodiul este implicat si in transmiterea impulsurilor nervoase, in contractia musculara, in contractia muschiului inimii, precum si in absorbtia si transportul glucozei, aminoacizilor sau clorului”, explica dr. Elena Tanase, medic specialist medicina interna, consultant de nutritie DigestMed. “Astfel, un nivel redus de sodiu va avea drept consecinta scaderea tensiunii arteriale, cu stare de slabiciune, oboseala, tahicardie, crampe musculare. Manifestarile vor fi […]
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5Apr, 2019

Postoperative complications of the stomach

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  Mixed with gastric juice in the stomach, the food undergoes chemical and mechanical transformations to ensure optimal digestion. Later, they are progressively propelled intestine. In addition, numerous unwanted bacteria that reach this level with nutrition are destroyed under the action of gastric acid juice. Our specialist, Dr Bianca Istratie, explained to the csid.ro office what happens with the stomach when it intervenes surgically. "Early postoperative complications occur in the first month of surgery and are generally the aptitude of surgical technique (postoperative hemorrhage, dilaceration of [...]
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23Mar, 2019

Creams do not make the hemorrhoidal disease disappear

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  Hemorrhoidal disease is a dilation of vessels that normally exist in the anus and anal canal. The vessels exist, are not pathological, they are called hemorrhoids, but when they dilate excessively they turn into hemorrhoidal disease. It produces local symptoms and discomfort. There is no precise, precise and well-defined cause for which this condition occurs, but more. These include constipation, diarrhea, pregnancy, birth, sedentary, weight gain, intestinal inflammatory diseases, and genetic inheritance. According to Adeline Popescu, gastroenterologist, there is [...]
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10Mar, 2019

How can hepatitis C be cured

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  300.000 de teste rapide vor fi oferite in acest an pacientilor romani, in cadrul unui proiect integrat de testare pentru hepatita C. Dr. Elena Ciuperca, medic primar gastroenterolog, explica intr-un interviu pentru „Romania libera“ strategiile terapeutice pentru aceasta maladie. Dr. Elena Ciuperca: “Pentru mult timp tratamentul hepatitei cronice cu virus C a fost suboptimal – bazat pe interferon, ulterior combinat cu ribavirina, cu multiple efecte secundare care afectau calitatea vietii si scadeau randamentul la persoanele active, iar la persoanele mai in varsta, cu boli asociate generau complicatii; in cea […]
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9Mar, 2019

The mistakes in the diet that lead to colon cancer

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  Lifestyle in general and nutrition in particular are responsible for a quarter to a third of new cancers. Lifestyle-related risk factors include poor nutrition, both qualitatively and quantitatively, of sedentary, obesity, smoking, and alcohol consumption. Why does cancer develop? Dr. Elena Tanase, an internal medicine specialist and nutrition consultant: "When we say generically, cancer is not just a single disease, it's more than one hundred kinds of affection. Research shows that [...]
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21Feb, 2019

What are and why food disorders occur

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Food behavior is defined as the set of diet-related actions. We call food behavior disorder that persistent change in eating behavior characterized by inadequate consumption or absorption of food followed by significant impairment of physical and psychosocial health. Disorders of food behavior are the cause of food avoidance and, on the other hand, excessive consumption. There are psychiatric disorders, they last for a long time, and the triggers are generally complex. According to the DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders), there are [...]
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18Feb, 2019

Hiatal hernia - a frequent cause of gastroesophageal reflux

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  Burns, regurgitation, eructation, retrosternal pain, difficulty and / or pain when swallowed, vomiting, coughing and hoarseness are common symptoms of hiatal hernia, the main cause of gastroesophageal reflux disease. How Hiatal Hernia Forms Organs in the chest cavity are separated by the organs of the abdomen through a flat muscles called diaphragm. This muscle has a few central holes through which the large vessels of the heart and the esophagus pass into the abdomen. The opening through which the esophagus passes is called diaphragmatic hiatus. In some situations, either congenital or acquired, this opening may be wider than in [...]
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5Feb, 2019

Treatment of Hepatitis B

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Hepatic B virus is transmitted through blood and blood products: blood transfusions, intravenous drugs, hemodialysis, surgery and dental surgery, manicure and pedicure. It is also transmitted perinatally from mother to child and through unprotected sex. Compared with virus C, B virus has a 10-fold greater infectious potential and 50-100 times more HIV. The evolution of B infection is extremely variable depending on age. Thus, 95% of children exposed perinatally and 30% of children exposed in [...]
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16Jan, 2019

Sindromul Gilbert

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  Sindromul Gilbert este o perturbare ereditara benigna a metabolismului bilirubinei, care se manifesta printr-o coloratie cronica intermitenta in galben a pielii si mucoaselor (icter), fara alte manifestari clinice si fara modificari in structura ficatului, chiar si la nivel microscopic. Prevalenta in populatia generala este de 6-12% si este mai frecvent la sexul masculin. Adesea, pacientii ajung la medic remarcand coloratia ocazionala in galben a pielii si mucoaselor sau pentru decelarea unei valori crescute a bilirubinei serice (bilirubina totala si fractiunea neconjugata sau indirecta) la analizele de rutina, ingrijorati ca […]
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