The arm pain may be due to multiple factors. Some causes are simple and easy to treat, while others are more serious. Most pains like those due to fractures or muscle tension, are directly related to the arm, but there may be indirect causes, such as heartburn.
Fractures cause pain in the arm and require some treatment. Are due to some trauma or fracture a bone breaks. Other symptoms are swelling and localized bleeding if the skin gets to break. If the nerves are damaged by the fracture, numbness and paralysis may occur, so you need medical treatment for pain. Continue reading “Causes of arm pain”
You can develop blisters on the tongue for many reasons. Common causes of blisters on the tongue are allergies to food and medicines, upset stomach, lack of vitamins, dental work, hormonal changes, immune system disorders and oral lesions. Viral infections, herpes simplex, anemia, aphthous ulcers, disease hand-foot and mouth and other chronic infections can also cause blisters on the tongue, according to the Mayo Clinic. The remedies provide a safe and effective for relieving pain associated with the majority of the blisters on the tongue.
Blisters on the tongue usually last seven to 10 days, if you treat them or not. The home remedies and other medications can relieve some of the pain caused by the blisters. Some remedies also promote faster healing. Regardless of what caused the blister on your tongue, home remedies can do more tolerable the bulb while it heals. Try a salt water rinse or baking soda. Add 1/2 teaspoon table salt or sea salt 1 cup warm water and mix well. Rinse your mouth with this solution several times a day. According to the Mayo Clinic, saltwater rinse mouth relieves and reduces inflammation and pain caused by blisters on the tongue. The salt also contains properties that can kill bacteria and prevent infection, indicating Ayurvedic Cure. Alternatively, add 1 teaspoon of baking soda in 1 cup warm water to rinse your mouth. Continue reading “Home remedies for blisters on the tongue”
What is it?
It is localized aortic dilation.
The aneurysm may sit on one of the five segments of the aorta:
-The thoracic aorta: bottom-up part, horizontal portion, top-down portion;
-The sus-renal abdominal aorta (above the start of the renal arteries);
–Abdominal aortic aneurysm sous-renale (at the bottom of the departure of the renal arteries).
-Men are much more affected than women.
-Abdominal aortic aneurysm button 6 to 7% of the general population.
Causes and risk factors
Atherosclerosis is the main cause. Syphilis often causes of aneurysms of the thoracic aorta. Other causes (thoracic trauma, infective endocarditis, sepsis, elastic fabric, polyarteritis nodosa… disease) are more rare.
Spontaneous evolution is dominated by the risk of rupture often heralded by the appearance of painful signs in the territory of the aneurysm. If broken, death is immediate.The probability of failure is greater for large aneurysms (more than 6 cm in diameter). Continue reading “The aortic aneurysm”
Despite the latest medical advances, there is not today’s cure for Parkinson’s disease. But the support allows to correct the symptoms. The point with the Parkinson association.
Currently there is not a cure of Parkinson’s disease but since 1960, new treatments or discoveries occur. Drugs allow a resumption of activities in 80% of cases. For Pr Pierre Cesaro, neurologist, Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the Association France Parkinson, “new treatments allow to improve the quality of life of patients and extend their life expectancy of ten years from the 1970s. Among them, the brain stimulation reproduced stably the best effect of medical treatment“.
Fifty years after the discoveries of Arvid Carlsson (Nobel Prize 2000) on dopamine, which gave birth to the treatment for Parkinson’s disease, researchers are still working to better treat the symptoms failing to cure the disease. It is indeed known still not stop to date, or even slow down the process of destruction of neurons that produce dopamine.
THE BENCHMARK TREATMENT: LEVO-DOPA Continue reading “Support for Parkinson’s disease”
Despite recent medical advances, there is currently no cure for Parkinson’s disease. But support can correct symptoms. The point with the Association France Parkinson.
Currently there is no cure for Parkinson’s disease but, since 1960, new treatments and discoveries succeed. Drugs allow a resumption of activities in 80% of cases. For Professor Pierre Cesaro, neurologist, Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the Association France Parkinson, “new treatments can improve the quality of life of patients and extend their life expectancy of ten years compared to 1970s. Among them, the brain stimulation reproduced stably the best effect of medical treatment. ”
Fifty years after the discoveries of Arvid Carlsson (Nobel Prize 2000) on dopamine, which gave rise to the standard treatment for Parkinson’s disease, researchers are still trying to better treat the symptoms if they can not cure the disease . We do not know in fact still stop to date, or even slow down the destruction of neurons that produce dopamine. Continue reading “The management of Parkinson’s disease”
Lumbago, sciatic, herniated disc, as many pathologies of the spine (called rachis again) become a Calvary for those who suffer from. Often presented as a solution of last resort, surgery of the spine allows today, through new technologies, alleviate the evil of the century.
-Back pain: who and when operates t – on?
-Between classic surgery and new surgery
-Operations of the back more “gentle”.
-Changing back surgery
-Back surgery: a miracle solution?
-Back pain: prevention and awareness
-Lumbago, backache, sciatique…, how to distinguish them?
“I had the feeling to be released”.
“I have full back ! This exclamation was not found by chance. The back is indeed one that bears the weight of pain, physical or psychological. In France they are about three million people who suffer back. Many people who have tried the physiotherapists and osteopaths, the disqualification and pomades relaxing without find outcome to this evil which range daily and sometimes becomes a real handicap social and professional. If all patients cannot be candidate for back surgery, for some diseases, it is very effective. With new technologies that today enjoys this surgery operations become less invasive and more in more rapid convalescence. Continue reading “THE BACK SURGERY, CHANGING”
The diverticula of the colon diverticula when we talk about in general is normally used to indicate the saccular protrusions that develop against the wall of a hollow organ. They can occur in various locations (pharynx, esophagus, duodenum, jejunum, ileum, bladder, …), but occur primarily dependent on the large intestine, namely and especially of the sigmoid colon.
It ‘s good diverticulosis easy to distinguish from the outset rather than being designated as diverticular disease. The first form, which is also the most frequent, is characterized by the presence of diverticula in the colon, as we said, which, however, have never given clinical manifestations have been highlighted significant and occasionally. However, when using the term diverticular disease is to indicate clinically active diverticulosis of the colon that is highlighted with a different set of symptoms, as discussed later in detail.
Diverticulosis of the colon, therefore, we intend to briefly deal with, both in its simple form in that complicated, is rather seldom below forty years ago and its prevalence is statistically more significant in the later decades of age, until to arrive at a rate that exceeds 30% in Western populations. Diverticulosis seems to have a slight predominance in females for reasons that are not yet known. Continue reading “The diverticula of the colon”