Craniosynostosis

What is Craniosynostosis? Craniosynostosis is the premature overgrowth of one or more sutures of the skull, leading to the formation of characteristic deformity. Craniosynostosis is understood as brain damage that occurs when the skull cavity

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Shigellosis

What is Shigellosis? Shigellosis is an acute anthroponous infectious disease with fecal-oral transmission mechanism. General intoxication and predominant lesion of the mucous membrane of the distal colon, cramping abdominal pains, frequent loose stools with an

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Echinococcosis

What is Echinococcosis? Echinococcosis is a rare chronically parasitic disease that occurs as a result of exposure to the body of the larval form of the tape helminth Echinococcus granulosus. Echinococcosis is widespread throughout the

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Epidemic Typhus

What is Epidemic Typhus? Epidemic typhus (Synonyms: lousy typhus, military typhus, typhoid fever, European typhus, prison fever, camp fever; epidemic typhus fever, louse-born typhus, jail fever, famine fever, war fever-English, Flecktyphus kfieber – German; typhus

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