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Thickening of the stomach wall

Thickening of the stomach wall is a common symptom of invasive gastric cancer. The infiltration of the tumor along the stomach wall causes thickening of the s …

Palpitations after exertion

After exertion, the heart palpitates the physical labor of the patient. After the physical exertion, the patient feels agitated and even cannot be autonomous. …

Intermittent headache

Intermittent headache is one of the clinical manifestations of nonfunctioning pituitary adenomas. Headache is one of the most common symptoms in the clinic. …

Coronary artery spasm

Coronary artery spasm refers to a group of clinical syndromes in which the subepithelial conduction artery undergoes a transient contraction, causing partial …

Repeated genital ulcer

Behcet's International Taxonomy: 1. Repeated oral ulcers: Observed by the physician or the patient is sure to complain of aphthous or herpetic ul …

Partial mandibular resection

Curing disease: Indication Partial excision of the jaw by intraoral access is applicable to: 1. The odontogenic malignant tumor of the maxilla is limited …

Male pediatric inguinal hernia repair

Male pediatric inguinal hernia repair is used to treat male infantile inguinal hernia. The incidence of inguinal hernia in children is mostly due to the patent …

Deep lamellar keratoplasty

Deep lamellar endothelial keratoplasty (DLEK) is a new lamellar keratoplasty developed in recent years. It replaces the lesional posterior corneal layer with a …

Vascular transplantation suture

Vascular transplantation is a commonly used method when blood vessels are defective and cannot be directly sutured. The transplanted blood vessels can be selec …

Heart patching

Atrial septal defect is a common congenital heart malformation, accounting for 23% of congenital heart disease. More women than men. This disease is more common …

Carpal tunnel syndrome neurodecompression

Carpal tunnel syndrome, also known as late-onset median nerve palsy, is a "cumulative traumatic disorder". It occurs in office women between the ages …

Multiple myeloma in the elderly

Introduction to multiple myeloma in the elderly Multiple myeloma is a malignant tumor characterized by uncontrolled proliferation of clonal plasma cells. Prol …

molar

Introduction to molars Bruxism refers to a person who has habitual molars or white sputum during sleep and has a habit of grinding teeth. It is a long-term vi …

Staphylococcal infection

Introduction to staphylococcal infection A purulent infection of humans and animals caused by Staphylococcus gram-positive cocci, classified into pathogenic S …

Infectious costal cartilage

Introduction to infectious costal cartilage Infectious costal cartilage inflammation, also known as suppurative costal cartilage inflammation, is a rare surgi …