Blastocystis hominis infection is caused by a microscopic parasite of the same name, capable of producing a number of intestinal disorders.Blastocystis hominis can be reached both from the faeces of healthy individuals and of the sufferers of diarrhea, abdominal pain or gastrointestinal disorders. Taxonomy and pathogenicity of Blastocystis hominis infection have not yet been elucidated by specialists.
The liver, the largest human organ is essential for maintaining proper body functions. He eliminate or neutralize toxins in the blood, synthesizes antibodies to infection control and eliminate microorganisms from the bloodstream. He synthesizes proteins that regulate blood circulation and produces bile, which helps in the absorption of lipids and fat-soluble vitamins. We can not survive without a functional liver. In cirrhosis, scar tissue (lymph) take the place of healthy tissue, blocking the blood flow through the body, preventing it from exercising its normal function.
Unfortunately there are many people who currently keeps a bleak perception of mental illness or their assigns imaginary causes absolutely no connection with reality. Despite this it is clear that progress has provided and will provide medicine and wait for further answers all questions posed today.
Mesothelioma is a malignant tumor originating in the mesothelial cells that make up most of the body foils (special structures, very fine, bounding cavities), including the pleura, peritoneum and pericardium. Malignant mesotheliomas are relatively rare tumors that can be localized to a specific region or may have a diffuse character.
Of these, the most common location is the lung (pleural ie, in 90% of cases). Mesothelioma lung is associated with prolonged exposure to asbestos dust patient.
Measles is an infectious disease of viral etiology, highly contagious, sometimes severe, caused by measles virus, characterized by high fever, cough, and runny nose and rash. This is one of eruptive diseases, contagious childhood. The disease is most severe in infants and young children with pulmonary complications and mortality quite high. Monthly and seasonal curve shows a peak incidence of measles in the spring months (April-May) and a minimum in August and September. Sources of infection are formed only by the sick man with typical or atypical