Rubella in Children

What is Rubella in Children? Rubella is a common infectious disease, which is manifested by characteristic rashes against a background of moderate intoxication. Rubella is accompanied by regional lymphadenopathy and a hematological reaction. There are

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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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Nocardiosis

What is Nocardiosis? Nocardiosis (synonyms: streptotrichosis, cladotrichosis, atypical actinomycosis; Nocardiose – German; nocardiose – French) – mycosis, characterized by a long progressive course with frequent damage to the lungs, central nervous system. Lethal outcomes are

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Campylobacteriosis in Children

What is Campylobacteriosis in Children? Campylobacterioses in children are diseases that are caused by campylobacter – conditionally pathogenic microorganisms, and which are manifested mainly by damage to the gastrointestinal tract. Campylobacteriosis is called campylobacter infection

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Escherichiosis

What is Escherichiosis? Escherichiosis (coli infection) – acute infectious diseases with fecal-oral transmission mechanism; the predominant lesion of the gastrointestinal tract with the development of enteritis or enterocolitis is characteristic, in rare cases, generalized forms

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Carbuncle

What is a Carbuncle? Carbuncle is a common purulent-necrotic inflammation of the deep layers of the skin and subcutaneous layer with simultaneous damage to several hair follicles located next to each other at once. Compared

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