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Thyroid cancer

Thyroid cancer is a malignancy that occurs due to the appearance of follicular, medullary or papillary cells in the thyroid tissue. The initial symptoms of cancer are almost impossible to detect and are similar to those of colds. If the cancer can be diagnosed in the early stages of development, and the nature of the malignancy of the tumor is not expressed, the percentage of recovery of such patients reaches 80-90%.

 

Parathyroid cancer

Parathyroid cancer is one of the rare cancers that usually affects people 40-50 years old and occurs in one of the four parathyroid glands located in the neck area. One of the causes of the disease is radiation therapy. Therefore, if you have previously undergone radiation therapy of the neck, it is worthwhile to undergo preventive examinations, so that if a tumor develops, it can be diagnosed and treated as early as possible.

 

Adrenal tumor

An adrenal tumor is a pathologic growth of adrenal tissue with altered cells that have become atypical in terms of differentiation, growth pattern, and hormone production. The peak incidence is between 30-40 years of age.

 

Chronic cholecystitis

Chronic cholecystitis is an inflammation of the gallbladder that lasts for more than six months and is characterized by changes in the properties of bile, dysfunction of bile ducts and stone formation. It is mostly caused by prolonged non-compliance with diet.

 

Intestinal obstruction

Acute intestinal obstruction is a syndrome resulting from impaired intestinal passage from the mouth to the anus of mechanical or dynamic nature. In this pathology, there is a contraction-like pain in the abdomen, the passage of the intestine is disturbed. If assistance is not rendered, a few days after the formation of obstruction, a person will begin to develop a general intoxication of the body, which can lead to a fatal outcome.

 

Hernia of the white line of the abdomen

Abdominal white line hernia is a type of abdominal hernia, which is characterized by the exit of internal organs through a defect in the fusion of tendon plates of the muscles of the anterior abdominal wall. To date, only surgical treatment of this pathology is possible.

 

Esophageal hernia of the diaphragm (GERD)

Diaphragmatic hernia is a disease in which the lower part of the esophagus or stomach is displaced relative to the diaphragm from the abdominal cavity to the thoracic cavity. It is accompanied by pain behind the sternum, heartburn, nausea, vomiting and other symptoms. Lack of treatment can lead to inflammation

and esophageal cancer.

 

Femoral hernia

A femoral hernia is a swelling in the thigh area, located directly under the inguinal fold, which is formed due to the exit of some internal organs from the abdominal cavity to the thigh. Impingement of the contents of the hernia requires emergency surgical intervention.

 

Nodular goiter

Nodular goiter - multiple thyroid diseases presented as voluminous masses, different both in origin and size and composition, which can lead to paralysis of the vocal cords.

 

Type 2 diabetes mellitus

Type II diabetes mellitus is a severe chronic endocrine disease of the pancreas in which there is a deficiency in insulin secretion and elevated blood glucose levels.

 

Chronic venous insufficiency

Chronic venous insufficiency is a pathology resulting from disorders of venous outflow of blood in the lower extremities, accompanied by the appearance of vascular "stars", leg pain, swelling and ulcers.

 

Acute hemorrhoids

Acute hemorrhoids - a disease that occurs in connection with the exacerbation of chronic hemorrhoids, characterized by acute pain, bleeding, prolapse of hemorrhoidal nodes, as well as burning and itching in the anus area.

 

Rectovaginal fistula

Rectovaginal fistula is a pathologic accessory (fistula) formed between the lumen of the rectum and the vagina.

 

Chronic paraproctitis

Chronic paraproctitis is a long-term existing inflammatory process represented by a fistulous passage opening into the lumen of the rectum by external and internal fistulous opening. Most often (in 95% cases) it is a manifestation of previously transferred acute paraproctitis with the formation of a fistulous passage.

 

Thrombophlebitis

Thrombophlebitis is a disease of the circulatory system characterized by damage to the internal tissues of the vein wall with the development of a local inflammatory reaction accompanied by rapid adhesion (adhesion) of platelets at the site of the lesion.

 

Postoperative ventral hernia

Ventral hernia is a common condition in which there is prolapse of internal organs covered by the parietal peritoneum or parts thereof through natural or artificial openings in the musculoaponeurotic framework. Postoperative ventral hernias (PVH) are hernias that occur after surgery for any surgical condition other than abdominal wall hernias.[8][9]The term "ventral hernia" was coined by the scientist and physician Claudius Golen in 129-199 CE.

 

Rectal prolapse

Rectal prolapse is a partial or complete prolapse of the rectum outside the anus.

 

Colorectal tumor

Colorectal neoplasms are a vast group of diseases of the large intestine, a large section in the work of a doctor, in particular, a coloproctologist, including both benign and malignant colorectal neoplasms, the cellular apparatus of which has changed at the genetic level and is characterized by increased growth and differentiation - "specialization" of the cell.

 

Morbid obesity

Obesity is one of the greatest public health problems of the 21st century.

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