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Rheumatic fever is an inflammatory condition of the heart, nervous system, skin, and joints following a bacterial infection. Rheumatic fever usually occurs in children under the age of 18.

Otitis externa is an infection of the delicate skin lining the ear canal. The ear canal extends from the eardrum to the outside of the ear. People with diabetes or skin allergies and those whose ears do not produce enough wax are also more prone to infection. It usually takes 7 to 10 days to heal.

Lice are microscopic parasites that live on the body or clothing and cause skin inflammation (red, itchy, swollen) known as head lice. There are three types of lice: body lice. Head lice and genital lice Head lice are most common in children. An estimated 6 to 12 million cases occur annually in the United States.

Insect bites include ants, ants, fly dander, and mosquitoes. Biting insects include bees, wasps, and hornets. These insects are often a nuisance, but some people may experience allergic reactions to bites or stings. Some insects carry diseases to people. The so-called arthropod group also includes insects that belong to the arachnid family—spiders, scorpions, ticks, and mites. The main venomous spiders in the United States are the brown-tailed spider, black widow, tarantula, and chives. feeling sick but can be treated without any problem

Babesiosis is an infectious disease transmitted by ticks. Ticks carry microscopic organisms called Babesia. These organisms can also infect people and cause nonspecific illnesses with fever.

Hirsutism refers to excessive hair growth on the face and body in women. Darker hair thickens in areas where male hair grows, such as the upper lip, chin, and sideburns. Hirsutism is common in 5% to 10% of women and is usually severe. Increased body hair is common in white women of Mediterranean origin. Most women do not need medical care. Therapy may improve hirsutism. But it may take months. Hirsutism cannot be prevented.

Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease. The disease is caused by bacteria that can infect the skin, mouth, genitals and nervous system. If caught early, syphilis is easy to treat and does not cause disease. Untreated syphilis can cause serious damage to the brain or nervous system and other organs, including the heart.

Psoriatic arthritis is a type of arthritis that affects people with severe psoriatic dermatitis. This causes joint inflammation and rashes. The areas most commonly affected are the fingers, neck and lower back. eye, nail and heart inflammation The rash usually starts before joint pain, but some people don't even realize they have a rash until they start to feel pain. Psoriasis can affect the nails, scalp, navel, and genital area. Psoriatic arthritis occurs most often between the ages of 30 and 50, equally in men and women.

COMPARTMENT SYNDROME Hypertension of the musculature is a painful condition caused by pressure build-up in the muscles. stiff tissue called fascia covering muscle groups These groupings are called channel of muscle group The muscle group also has nerves and blood vessels. Fascia is not stretched, so if the internal muscles are swollen. The pressure in the muscle cavity will increase. The pressure has been very high. Blood vessels can rupture and blood cannot pass through the vessels to carry oxygen to the muscles and nerves. This is a condition in which the pressure in the muscle closure is increased.

A blister is a mild skin infection. Occurs more often in infants and children. easily spread from people single towards one another, especially when they are close to each other Siblings who play touch sports tend to keep in touch.

Polymyalgia rheumatica (PMR) is an inflammation of the muscles, so the muscles around the neck, shoulders, buttocks, hips, and thighs can become painful and stiff. Many people have trouble turning over in bed or getting out of bed. It usually affects people over 50.

Impetigo is a mild skin infection. Occurs most often in infants and children. easily spread from people The same as everyone else, especially when they play together, brother and sister. and people who play sports closely

An abscess is a sac of pus that can occur in any part of the body. A breast abscess is a red swelling that results in the accumulation of pus in the breast.

Bites are worrisome because they can infect both of them. The mouths of animals and humans carry many pathogens. Bites on the hands, forearms, lower legs, feet, and face are also more susceptible to infection. Human diseases such as hepatitis and HIV are more common. Rabies can be transmitted to others by bites. Bats, raccoons, foxes, and skunks can transmit rabies to others. Rabies is a serious and often fatal disease. Dogs, cats and farm animals do not usually cause rabies and rats (including rats) and rabbits do not carry rabies.

It's also called Hansen's disease. Leprosy is an infectious disease primarily involving the skin and nerves. The number of cases has decreased worldwide. About 650,000 new cases are now diagnosed every year. Nearly three-quarters of leprosy cases occur. In India, Brazil, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Myanmar, about 150 new cases occur every year in the United States. Over 85% in the migration there are two types, paucibacillary and multibacillary.

It is a lifelong irritating disease and inflammatory lesions of the blood vessels of the mouth, genitals, eyes, joints, skin, brain and nerves. This disease occurs when the immune system is overactive and attacks different parts of the body (an autoimmune disease). Behcet's syndrome occurs twice as often in men as in women and usually begins in early adulthood.

Stasis dermatitis is a chronic inflammation (redness, swelling) and irritation of the skin. usually in the lower leg It is related to poor circulation of blood and lymph fluid. The fluid moves up slowly from the feet to the heart. It is common Occurring in middle-aged and elderly people

Cellulitis is an infection in the skin and soft tissue layer below the skin surface. people with diabetes blood circulation problems And a weakened immune system can also develop cellulitis easily. People who have undergone medical procedures such as heart or lung surgery can cause cellulitis. Like farm workers or in the garden or the fisherman

The abscess is painful and is a deep ulcer filled with pus. Infections of the hair follicles, also known as furunculosis, abscesses are common in young children and are common after puberty.

Poisonous animals in the ocean, including corals, jellyfish and sea nettles, sea urchins and starfish, stingrays, and dangerous fish, including lionfish, scorpionfish, and rockfish, release venom from bites or puncture wounds from thorns. People encounter these animals while diving or swimming in shallow water. contact is possible.

Bed bugs are parasitic insects. A species called Cimex lectularius, also known as the common bed bug. Eat mammals and birds. Cimex hemipterus is a tropical bed bug that mostly bites humans. Both species feed on blood while sleeping. Bed bugs are attracted to carbon dioxide and their warmth. Adult bedbugs have no wings and are about a quarter inch long. often leave bite marks on the skin Bed bug saliva contains substances that cause skin reactions.

It is an uncommon skin disease that is more common in women. It can also affect men and children. It is most common in postmenopausal women and in men aged 40 to 60. It usually occurs on the outside of the vagina in women. Men can be found on the head of the penis. It can affect the skin around the anus. Sometimes it occurs on the top of the body, chest and upper arms.

is a serious infectious disease caused by the variola virus. Variola virus is contagious. spread from one person to another People with smallpox develop a fever and an invasive skin rash. Most people with smallpox recover, but about 3 out of 10 people with the disease die. Many smallpox survivors have permanent scars on various parts of their bodies, especially their faces. and some are blind

chickenpox (also called varicella) is a highly contagious virus. Diseases that affect the skin and mucous membranes Most cases occur in young people, most often in children 2 to 8. In adults, the illness is more severe and lasts longer.

Fat tumors occur under the skin and muscles, usually on the neck, back, shoulders, arms, thighs, and other parts such as the intestines. Fat tumors are not malignant and are more common in adults of all ages.

Skin injury in the resulting subcutaneous structure. from exposure to excessive heat or certain types of light or objects with high heat The severity of the wound depends on the depth of the wound. It is divided into grade 1-4 burns, where grade IV burns reach the deeper layers of the muscles below the skin.

Since the foreskin is too tight around the penis for the first 1-2 years, it will gradually loosen. Foreskin stenosis is an inflammation and redness of the skin that occurs when the foreskin is tight.

It is an inflammation of the adipose tissue under the skin. It is a raised, red bump on the legs, thighs, arms and other parts of the body. The disease is more common in adolescent girls, but can also occur in other sexes.

It is a rare disease caused by inflammation and weakness of some muscles and skin tissue, affecting both adults (ages 45 to 60) and children (ages 10 to 15) more women than men.

It is a rare connective tissue disease. which serves to hold the muscles Typically affects the skin and joints, but can affect the eyes or blood vessels. It is a genetically transmitted disease. incurable Most of the people with the disease live longer. except the group with vascular problems

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