Loss of drive describes a persistent state of lack of energy, the cause of which can be various disorders or clinical pictures. Due to the variety of causes, a detailed anamnesis as well as an individually adapted one is necessary
The receptor potential is the response of sensory cells to a stimulus and generally corresponds to a depolarization.It is also called generator potential and is a direct result of the transduction processes with which the receptor generates a stimulus
Cerebral haemorrhage is a generic term for so-called intracranial haemorrhage (cerebral haemorrhage inside the skull), intracerebral haemorrhage (cerebral haemorrhage in the area of the brain) and extracerebral hemorrhage (cerebral haemorrhage of the meninges). In the narrow sense
Patients with dysproteinemia suffer from a congenital or acquired disparity in blood proteins. Since these proteins are produced in the liver, liver damage is behind the phenomenon in many cases. Treatment takes place in
Itching of the anus is itching of the skin around the anus. This can have mechanical, but also bacterial causes.
The ansa cervicalis (profunda) or cervical nerve loop lies under the sternocleidomastoid muscle and contains fibers from the cervical spinal cord segments C1 to C3. It is used to control the lower hyoid muscles (infrahyoid muscles
A tooth root infection, or root inflammation for short, is a painful affair. Everyone who has ever had a root inflammation and had to have it treated by the dentist knows this.
Basically, metastases are always understood to be a so-called daughter lump of a tumor or tumor-like tissue. This daughter tumor is usually always outside of the already or originally affected part of the body
Cardiac arrest is always an extremely life-threatening condition for the body. Therefore, first aid measures must be initiated very quickly in order to restore cardiac activity. The reasons for a cardiac arrest
Various hormone diseases require hormonal adjustment or hormone replacement therapy. This also applies to a thyroid disease. In the case of an underactive thyroid, the administration of artificial thyroid hormones is necessary
Wellness is an ambiguous term: almost everyone has an apparently clear picture in front of their eyes when he (or she) speaks of "wellness", but in fact there is no precisely defined meaning. Wellness has a wide range of content. The
Vitamin B3 is nicotinic acid, also known as niacin, which was discovered back in 1867. Its effectiveness in the physiology of living things was not known until almost a century later in 1934.