Leprosy

What is Leprechaun? Leprosy (Hansen’s disease, hansenoz, hanseniaz; outdated name – leprosy, elephantiasis graecorum, lepra arabum, lepra orientalis, Phoenician disease, satyriasis, sorrowful disease Krymka lazy death, St. Lazarus disease and others.) – Chronic granulomatosis (chronic

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Rubella

What is Rubella? Rubella is an acute viral disease that occurs with short-term fever, spotted or maculopapular rash, and an increase in cervical lymph nodes. Causes of Rubella Rubella virus belongs to the Togavirus (family

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Campylobacteriosis

What is Campylobacteriosis? Campylobacteriosis is a group of infectious animal and human diseases characterized by varying degrees of severity and polymorphism of manifestations. Brief historical information The first pathogens in patients with diarrhea were discovered

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Flu

What is the Flu? Influenza is an acute respiratory disease of viral etiology that occurs with symptoms of general intoxication and respiratory tract damage. It refers to airborne anthroponoses. Flu is currently the most common

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Dracuncullosis

What is Dracuncullosis? Dracuncullosis or Rishta – helminthiasis from a group of nematodoses, caused by female worms of the Dracunculus medinensis. Distributed in the tropics and subtropics of Africa and Asia. The name dracuncullosis comes

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Hemorrhagic Fever

What is Hemorrhagic Fever? The group of hemorrhagic fevers includes acute febrile diseases of viral etiology, in the pathogenesis and clinical manifestations of which the leading role is played by vascular lesions, leading to the

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