Handbook of Diseases (the letter X)

A B B D E F G And K L M N O U R C T Y P X C H W E I

Chalazion (syn .: Gradina) - chronic inflammation of the meibomian glands cartilage century. There is usually due to blockage of the output meibomian gland duct, due to the development of local infection .... continue

Chylothorax - accumulation of lymph in the pleural cavity. Arises as a result of damage to the wall of the thoracic duct during thoracic surgery, much less - for injuries of the chest, as well as due to defects ... continue

Chloasma - skin hyperpigmentation. There is more common in women. The causes can be pregnancy, gynecological diseases, pellagra, worm infestation, liver disease, and others. Stay in the sun ... continue

Cholangitis - non-specific inflammation of the bile ducts. In the development of cholangitis matters infection in conjunction with the violation of the outflow of bile from the bile ducts often motivated by gallstones, narrowing the large ... continue

Cholera - an acute infectious disease characterized by diarrhea, vomiting, and severe dehydration. Pathogen - Vibrio cholerae: classic Vibrio cholerae and Vibrio cholerae El Tor. Vibrio cholerae ... continue

Cholesteatoma EAR - tumor formation, often developing on the background of chronic suppurative otitis media and represents the accumulation of keratin, cholesterol crystals and desquamated keratinized epithelium, ... continue

Cholecystitis - an acute non-specific inflammation of the gall bladder is almost always caused by gallstone disease and in most cases developing after occlusion of the cystic duct stone. Inflammation of the wall ... continue

Chondromatosis JOINTS - a disease of unknown etiology, associated with the development of cartilage components in the thickness of the synovial membrane of the joint capsule. It is more common in middle aged and elderly, chronically runs for many years ... continue

Chorea - hyperkinetic form; It characterized by involuntary, rapid, irregular movements, arising in various muscle groups. The term "chorea" is used to refer to both independent ... continue

Choroid - an inflammation of the choroid. Developed in tuberculosis, syphilis, toxoplasmosis, streptococcal, viral infection, and others. The most common infectious agents to penetrate into the vascular ... continue

Horionepitelioma - see. Trophoblastic disease

Wheezing - breathing additional noise caused by narrowing of the airways, or by the presence of pathological content. There are wet and dry rales. Crackles are formed as a result of the foaming ... continue