Monthly Archives: January 2019
The causes of lymphogranulomatosis in children are not fully understood, but most scientists adhere to the tumor theory.
Lymphogranulomatosis is a very serious tumor disease of the entire lymph system. During this disease, the normal lymphatic tissue is completely replaced with granulomatous tissue.
The disease is manifested by an increase in groups of lymph nodes (axillary, cervical, inguinal). Initially, lymph nodes are formed of various sizes-soft, painless, not soldered to the skin, and, as a rule, without rotting. Continue reading
Why lays bruises 1. Differential pressure. In that case, if the ears are laid in the plane, under water or during a rapid rise in the Elevator-there is no reason to worry. It’s all about how our ears work. In other words, when the pressure in the middle ear differs from the pressure in the external auditory canal — the eardrum begins to retract, which, in turn, leads to the fact that the person begins to feel pain.
In this case, you must:
Suck a Lollipop.
Swallow your saliva. Continue reading