What are hemorrhoids?
Hemorrhoids, also known as piles, are swollen veins of the anus and rectum. They are a very common problem, affecting around 10 million Americans at any given time. Although they can be painful, they are usually not considered serious.
Keratoconus is the pathological deformation of the cornea that has non-inflammatory nature. Under the influence of structural changes, the cornea is getting thinner and gains a cone shape instead of spherical, as it is supposed to have naturally. The disease occurs because the main substance of the cornea loses its natural mechanic abilities. Its structural fibers lose their strength. The pressure inside the eyes makes the cornea protrude. Usually the disease develops on both eyes.
Incomplete abortion is the pathological state during a woman’s pregnancy. It is the situation when the egg has fully separated from the uterus, the fetus is dead, but it does not come out. Such state can be diagnosed up to 20 weeks of pregnancy. On the later term, it is called antenatal fetus death and cannot be classified as abortion. The incomplete abortion usually occurs because of the medical mistakes while performing the abortion procedure. The most risky case of abortion options in this context is medication-induced abortion.
Heart failure is the dysfunction of the heart work so it is not able to provide with the necessary amount of blood all the organs and systems of a human’s body as it is supposed to. This heart disease is wide spread enough and women are considered to be more likely to have it. It can develop in two forms. Sharp form is characterized by fast mechanism of development and progress, from several minutes to a couple of hours. It causes lung edema, heart asthma and cardiogenic shock. The reasons of its appearance are usually myocardium attack, tear of the left heart ventricle, sharp failure of aortal and mitral valves.
Peripheral arterial disease, or PAD, is quite widely spread pathology that may occur because of various reasons. No matter what was the provoking factor, the progressing of disease always goes the same way. The vessels involved into its process are slowly getting narrower. In case when the proper treatment does not perform, the development of disease leads to the full occlusion of the vessels. It causes ischemia of the tissues they supposed to nourish.
Why do we feel dryness in mouth? That means that our organism doesn’t produce enough saliva to maintain the necessary level of moist in the mouth. Sometimes everyone can feel it, especially in stress situations. But if this feeling is not situational, but lasts for a long time, it can be a marker of some more deep problems with health and needs your attention. Saliva’s part is not only to moisture our mouth, it also helps to digest the food, protects our teeth from cavities, prevents the development of various diseases by controlling the activity of bacteria in mouth and helps us to chew and swallow the food.