Category: Abdominal Diseases

Intestinal worms: what is it?

worms

Intestinal worms are numerous and have various forms. The most common in France, pinworm is a small white worm (between 5 and 10 millimeters) that lives in the digestive tract. Its scientific name is Enterobius vermicularis. But there are many others: The worm is due to the taenia of pork (Taenia solium) or beef (Taenia saginata). In France, an estimated 0.5% of the […]

The solitary worm

Worms

The tapeworm, also called tapeworm or taenia, refers to a parasitic worm; class Cestodes, which grows in the human small intestine where it can live 30 to 40 years, sometimes causing disorders. Ribbon-shaped, flat and segmented, with the appearance of a ribbon, it is hermaphroditic and can measure up to 10 meters long at adult size. Causes of the worm These parasitic worms […]

Stomach ulcer and duodenal ulcer (peptic ulcer)

stomach_ulcer_and_duodenal_ulcer

The peptic ulcer , also called gastric ulcer is located in the stomach and is called duodenal ulcer as it forms in the duodenum (first part of the small intestine) are sort of wounds form erosion that penetrates deeply into the wall of the digestive tract. These wounds are often painful: they come into direct contact with the acid present in the digestive tract. A situation comparable to […]

What is turista?

travelers disease

If the turista is especially frequent in tropical or subtropical countries with bad hygiene, the south of Europe is not spared either. Also called traveler’s diarrhea, “Kabulite”, “Djerbienne” and a thousand other small names with colorful connotations, the turista (or tourist) affects more than 60% of travelers. She is still of infectious origin. It is named after […]

The Main Risk Components of Kidney Disease Failure

Although the really dangerous Continual Kidney Disease (CKD) tends to be triggered by the biggest condition on the kidneys themselves, its oftentimes a supplementary effect of ailments like diabetes, high blood pressure, HIV, lupus, etc. Diabetic Issues Diabetic issues may be a major disorder most often associated with kidney Disease with Kidney illness, that’s because elevated bloodstream […]

Situs inversus Symptoms and Treatment

Situs inversus

What is it? Situs inversus is a disease characterized by abnormal placement of the thoracic and / or abdominal organs. It is an inversion of these parts of the body compared to normal. This pathology can develop in isolation (without other underlying conditions) or may appear in addition to other deficiencies, abnormalities, pathologies. In addition, congenital heart defects are present […]

Salmonellosis Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Salmonellosis

The Salmonellosis is an infection with bacteria called Salmonella or Salmonella. It is one of the leading causes of food poisoning in Canada. Most infected people suffer from stomach cramps, diarrhea and fever. These symptoms occur 12 to 72 hours after ingestion of the contaminated food. Salmonella is found mostly in raw or undercooked foods: poultry, meat, seafood and eggs. It can also contaminate vegetables or food left without refrigeration for […]

Gastroesophageal reflux (heartburn) Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Gastroesophageal reflux

The gastroesophageal refluxmeans the rise of part of the stomach contents into the esophagus (the tube connecting the mouth to the stomach). The stomach produces gastric juices, very acidic substances that help the digestion of food. However, the wall of the esophagus is not designed to resist the acidity of the contents of the stomach. Reflux causes inflammation of the esophagus, […]

Hemorrhagic rectocolitis (UC or ulcerative colitis) Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

ulcerative colitis

The ulcerative colitis as well as the Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory disease chronic intestinal (IBD) of the colon and rectum If Crohn’s disease can occur anywhere in the gastrointestinal tract and reach the deep tissue, colitis ulcer is a superficial involvement of the mucosa, which starts at the level of the rectum to go up in the colon. It is also known as ulcerative colitis. There are 4 […]

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