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Directory of Diseases (in the letter F)

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Pharyngitis - inflammation of the mucous membrane of the pharynx. Acute pharyngitis can be an independent disease, as well as a manifestation of an acute respiratory viral infection. Acute pharyngitis is promoted by taking ... more

FIBROMATOSIS - proliferation of connective tissue, forming nodes, cords and seals. Congenital fibromatosis is more often characterized by the formation of multiple nodes in the subcutaneous tissue, which are found in ... more

FIBROELASTOSIS SUBENDOCARDIAL (syn: fibroelastosis of the endocardium, endocardial sclerosis) is a heart disease characterized by a significant thickening of the endocardium and subendocardial layers of the myocardium due to the growth of fibrous ... more

PHIMOSIS - congenital or acquired narrowing of the opening of the foreskin, making it difficult or not to expose the glans penis. Due to the physiological bonding of the inner leaf of the foreskin to the skin ... more

PHLEBIT - inflammation of the vein wall. The predominant lesion of the outer membrane is called periphlebitis, the inner one is called endophlebitis, the inflammatory process that captures all the vein membranes is called pan-phlebitis. Periflebitis ... more

FLEGMONA - diffuse purulent inflammation of the soft tissues, characterized by diffuse impregnation of their purulent exudate with a tendency to spread rapidly through the cellular spaces and involvement in the purulent ... more

NEGROTIC FILMON OF A NEWBORN - acute purulent inflammation of the skin and subcutaneous tissue in children in the first weeks of life. The causative agent is golden hemolytic staphylococcus. Typical localization of phlegmon is lumbosacral, ... more

FLUOROSIS - a disease that develops with prolonged intake of an increased amount of fluorine compounds. Endemic fluorosis is found in certain areas and is associated with consumption from an early ... more

Phobias - insurmountable obsessive fears to which critical attitude remains; most often occur with a neurosis of obsessive states, but can also be detected with other mental disorders ... more

Folliculitis - a form of superficial pyoderma that develops within the hair funnel or the entire hair follicle. It is caused by golden, less often white staphylococcus. An important role in pathogenesis belongs to microtraumas, ... more

FRONTIT - inflammation of the frontal sinus, one of the forms of sinusitis. It is much more severe than inflammation of other paranasal sinuses. Insufficient frontal sinus drainage due to secondary hypertrophy ... more

FUNICULAR MYELOSIS - a chronic dystrophic lesion of the lateral and posterior cords (funiculars) of the spinal cord, which usually develops in patients with achilic gastritis and pernicious anemia. The main reason is a shortage of ... more

FURUNCUL - acute purulent-necrotic inflammation of the hair follicle and surrounding connective tissue. Causes the development of furuncles golden, rarely white staphylococcus. An important role in their occurrence is played ... more