These methods have a real craze since fifteen years. Their safety, speed of the answers they provide, the possibility of multiplying them, make a precious auxiliary of allergic Diagnostics.
What are they?
The tests have to interest to simulate visibly, on the skin, the conflict generated by the allergic sensitization within the body.The tests come as a result of the clinical investigation by the practitioner. If sometimes the diagnostic orientation is evoked by the simple Clinic: hay typical fever, asthma to animal dander or dust mites, food urticaria or medicated, in many cases several factors to varix and complicate the process. Increasingly, physicians are faced this type of situation and must refine their diagnosis.
The most commonly applied tests to the cabinet of the practitioner are patches (patch tests) and epidermal tests (prick-tests). Continue reading “Allergy to the doctor’s Office testing”
Falling asleep in class can be a disease. A rare disease. Or maybe not because in fact misunderstood, sometimes unthinkable, “orphan” diagnosis.Not only in the classroom.During a conversation, while waiting for the bus, even at the dinner table between a bite. And what do you think of these unpredictable strokes of sleep. Don’t you think. «The guy makes the small hours. «It is bored by what you say if you fall asleep while I speak. ” «Pretends, it does on purpose. ” Actually that guy suffer and many more. Even he knows what happens, island, finds it difficult to integrate, test of guilt, is not confident (and how could it?), tends to depression.
THE DIFFICULTY IN DIAGNOSIS-The explanation is there. Suffers from narcolepsy. A chronic neurological disorder that impairs the brain’s ability to regulate wakefulness and sleep, due to lack of a substance (Orexin) which is no longer produced.The origin of narcolepsy? May be autoimmune in nature. A reaction against themselves, as many other diseases of today.Suffers for example actress Nastassjia Kinsky.
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Only the study of cervical tissue sample of the uterus or endometrial allows a definitive diagnosis.
1.The diagnosis of endometrial cancer
2.The diagnosis of cancers of the cervix
3.Learn more about uterine cancer
The diagnosis of endometrial cancer
When symptoms suggest a suspected cancer of the endometrial, the doctor requested tests for confirmation. The diagnosis requires a taking a piece of the uterine wall. It may be a simple biopsy of the endometrial, biopsy or curettage with or without hysteroscopy. Hysteroscopy is an examination of exploring the inner wall of the body and cervix using a tiny camera (endoscope). It can be done without anesthesia general. When curettage is required, the examination is usually performed in a hospital under anesthesia.
The uterus is dilated with a gas to allow the insertion of a small sampling instrument. Curettage only takes a few minutes. The recovery takes about a day. However, pain and light bleeding may continue for one week. The tissues are then observed under a microscope. This analysis determines whether the tissue is cancerous or not. Examinations of imaging (CT and MRI) can also be practiced in order to seek a possible spread of the disease to other organs. Continue reading “CANCERS OF THE UTERUS: DIAGNOSIS”