Anal fistula is one of the common rectal and anal canal diseases. It is an infectious tube connecting the anorectal and the skin around the anus. Its inner mouth is located near the tooth line, and the outer mouth is located on the skin around the anus. It repeatedly and drippingly drains outwards. Or pus, blood, or even stool, which does not heal for many years. Anal fistula cause: Most anal fistulas are caused by abscesses around the rectum and anal canal. ①The ulceration or incision of anorectal abscess is mostly outside the anus, and the pus flows out from the outside mouth, but the primary infection is mostly in the anal sinus. The anal sinus is the gateway to secondary infections, repeated infections, forming a fistula. ②The fistula usually passes between the anal sphincter. Because the sphincter often contracts and relaxes, it compresses the fistula and affects the elimination of pus. It is prone to pus infection and difficult to heal. ③There is a certain pressure in the rectum, and the rectal infection materials such as feces and gas can often enter the fistula from the internal opening, irritating the cavity wall, and expelling from the external opening after secondary infection, which is also the cause of the fistula. ④After the abscess around the anorectum is ruptured, the pus is discharged, the abscess cavity gradually shrinks, and the external ulcer and incision also shrink. The cavity wall forms a hard duct wall with connective tissue hyperplasia, so it cannot be closed naturally. ⑤ The fistula is curved, or there are sinuses or branches, the drainage is not smooth, pus is retained, and repeated infections make the fistula difficult to heal. ⑥ Poor anal venous return, frequent local congestion, and tissue malnutrition, which affects healing. ⑦ Abscesses formed by infections with Mycobacterium tuberculosis and actinomycetes, Crohn’s disease, etc., are difficult to heal themselves and form specific anal fistulas. Do you know common sense of hemorrhoid and fistula care? The doctor explained that most of them are the sequelae of perianal abscess. It is mainly manifested as the continuous discharge of a small amount of purulent secretions from the external fistula around the anus, which stimulates the surrounding skin and causes itching and discomfort. When the external mouth is blocked or pseudo-healed, the purulent fluid in the fistula cannot be discharged, that is, an abscess is formed. Symptoms of abscess around the rectum and anal canal may appear at this time, and local redness, swelling, pain, fever, and general fatigue may occur to varying degrees. After the abscess ruptured itself or was incised and drained, the symptoms slowly disappeared. This kind of abscess formed due to poor drainage is often “pain-discharge-relief”, which is the characteristic of the clinical manifestations of anal fistula. If the internal opening of anal fistula is not eliminated, it will recur and will not be cured for a long time. Therefore, the key to the treatment of anal fistula is to find the internal opening accurately. Although, judging from a large number of clinical data, most anal fistulas are not cancerous. But it is undeniable that there are still a few patients with anal fistula that can develop malignant lesions. Especially in recent years, reports of anal fistula becoming cancerous for more than 10 years have been increasing year by year. The causes of canceration are roughly as follows: ①Long-term chronic inflammation stimulation. The long-term existence of inflammation causes purulent secretions and feces to be discharged from the fistula, which stimulates the abnormal proliferation of tissue cells and leads to malignant lesions. ②Bacterial infection. Bacteria exist in the fistula for a long time, especially the infection of Pseudomonas aeruginosa or Mycobacterium tuberculosis, which can linger and cause cancer. ③Drug stimulation. The long-term and large-scale use of various topical drugs often stimulates the local area and causes cancer.
What are the causes and manifestations of anal fistula in life? What are the causes and manifestations of anal fistulas in life 1. Poor anal venous return, frequent local congestion, and tissue malnutrition, which affects healing. 2. The fistula is curved, or there are sinuses or branches, the drainage is not smooth, the pus is retained, and the repeated infection makes the fistula difficult to heal. 3. There is a certain pressure in the rectum, and the rectal infection materials such as feces and gas can often enter the fistula from the internal opening, irritate the cavity wall, and discharge from the external opening after secondary infection. This is also the cause of the fistula. 4. After the abscess around the anorectum is ruptured, the pus is discharged, the abscess cavity is gradually reduced, and the external ulcer and incision are also reduced. The cavity wall forms a hard duct wall with connective tissue hyperplasia, so it cannot be closed naturally. 5. The fistula usually passes between the anal sphincter. Because the sphincter often contracts and relaxes, it compresses the fistula and affects the elimination of pus. It is prone to pus infection and difficult to heal. 6. The ulceration or incision of anorectal abscess is mostly outside the anus, and the pus flows out from the outside mouth, but the primary infection is mostly in the anal sinus. The anal sinus is the gateway to secondary infections, repeated infections, forming a fistula. 7. Abscesses formed by infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis and actinomycetes, Crohn’s disease, etc. are difficult to heal themselves and form a special anal fistula. Although anal fistula is extremely common in people’s daily life, it must not be ignored. It is necessary to understand the cause of anal fistula and actively diagnose and treat it. It means that some of our usual drugs cannot completely cure the root of the disease, and advanced equipment should be used for treatment in time.
Condyloma acuminata is an epidermal tumor-like hyperplasia caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. It is mainly transmitted through unclean sex. The incubation period of condyloma acuminata is 2 weeks to 8 months, with an average onset of about 3 months. Women are more common in the vulva, labia, clitoris, vaginal opening, urethral opening, vagina, cervix, perineum and around the anus. At the beginning of the disease, it is a pale red or dirty red millet-like vegetation, soft in nature, slightly pointed at the top, and gradually grows or increases. It can develop into a papillary or cystic shape, with a slightly wider base or band, and particles on the surface. It often enlarges in the anus and looks like a cauliflower, the surface is moist or bleeding, and pus is often accumulated between the particles, which emits a foul smell, and secondary infection can occur after scratching. Genital warts located in dry areas with low humidity are often small and flat warts. Warts located in damp, hot and humid areas often appear as filaments or papillomas, which easily fuse into large clumps. Patients with immune system diseases such as diabetes, systemic lupus erythematosus, AIDS and other genital warts can increase. Pregnancy can make genital warts relapse or grow faster. Diagnosis of condyloma acuminata on the labia: 1. Typical skin lesions are papules on wet parts such as genital labia or perianal, papillary, cauliflower or chicken coronal fleshy vegetation, rough keratinized surface. 2. The acetic acid white test is positive, and the biopsy shows a similar erosion pattern, the middle is bright red to brown, and the surrounding color gradually decreases. 3. Nucleic acid hybridization can detect HPV-DNA related sequences, and PCR detection can show specific HPV-DNA amplification zones. 4. Pathological examination, take the wart body tissue for smear, find the vacuolated cells. 5. Most patients have unclean sex life history or spouse infection history, a small number of condyloma acuminata are infected through contact with contaminated equipment, and newborns can also be infected through the birth canal. Villiform labia minora is also called pseudocondyloma of female vulva. It is a kind of benign papilloma, which may be related to a slight variation in personal physiology, or it may be related to genital Candida infection and chronic inflammatory irritation. The patient has no sense of self, a few have mild itching, and no history of extramarital sex. , Does not infect the man, does not become cancerous. The rash is confined to the light red, miliary papules on the inner side of the labia minora and the vestibule of the vagina. The surface is smooth, dense and brush-like, sometimes in the shape of fingers, turtle eggs, papillae, and polyps. The surface of the rash is smooth, the acetic acid white test is negative, and there are no diagnosing hollow cells pathologically. Reprint please indicate: Nanjing Institute of gifted Ka medical wart virus Lixing Chun, otherwise declined to reprint.
Aplastic anemia is divided into congenital and acquired. The former is rare and most of them are acquired. It is caused by viral infection, long-term or excessive exposure to radiation, exposure to toxic chemicals, and abuse of myelotoxic drugs. . The three manifestations of anemia, bleeding and infection are also common manifestations of aplastic anemia, and the serious ones include the fatality rate! Need to be taken seriously!  . . .These three symptoms are very common in patients with aplastic anemia!  . . Due to the suppression of bone marrow hematopoietic function in patients with aplastic anemia, the whole blood cell will be reduced and the immune function will become abnormal. Generally, the main symptoms of anemia, bleeding, and infection will appear in clinical manifestations. Clinicians will judge from these symptoms whether the patient has aplastic anemia and assess the degree of risk of the disease.  . . .According to the severity of aplastic anemia, there are two types of patients . .According to the progress of the disease and changes in the progress, aplastic anemia can be divided into acute and chronic. Acute aplastic anemia, as the name implies, has a rapid onset and rapid development, with anemia and bleeding as the first symptoms. Hemorrhage and infection appear early, and progressive anemia develops with the prolongation of the disease course. The bleeding sites are extensive. In addition to skin and mucous membranes, there are often deep bleeding, such as internal organs or intracranial bleeding, which is life-threatening. Skin infections and lung infections are more common. In severe cases, sepsis occurs and the condition is dangerous. Common symptomatic treatments are not easy to work. There is also a high fever caused by infection, and individual patients are in an uncontrollable high temperature from onset to death. In addition, patients with chronic or acute aplastic anemia may be accompanied by infections. The infections are common in the pharynx, lungs, perianal, urinary tract, etc., and they can also cause sepsis. Once a patient develops an infection, it is not easy to control, and it will often cause and effect each other with the patient’s bleeding symptoms, which can aggravate the anemia and uncontrollable, make the condition worse, and endanger the patient’s life.  . .For chronic aplastic anemia, the progress of the disease will be slower than acute. However, the accompanying symptoms and pain may still exist, such as dizziness, palpitations, fatigue, fatigue, shortness of breath, etc., which are very similar to the symptoms of acute aplastic anemia, but generally no serious fatality rate occurs in the early stage. Respiratory tract infections are more common.  . . Aplastic anemia has different priorities. Each patient has different symptoms and different treatment methods. It is necessary to combine the specific symptoms of the patient with symptomatic medication. It is undoubtedly the best choice to adopt the most suitable treatment method for the patient.
Anal fistula is a disease caused by abscesses around the anus. It is difficult to heal itself without treatment. This is why it is because the inner mouth is often located near the tooth line, and the outer mouth is on the perianal skin. The fistula does not heal for many years. What are the causes of anal fistula attacks ①The fistula usually passes between the anal sphincter. Because the sphincter constantly contracts and relaxes, it compresses the fistula and affects the elimination of pus. It is prone to pus infection and difficult to heal. ②The fistula is curved, or there are sinuses or branches, the drainage is not smooth, pus is retained, and repeated infections make the fistula difficult to heal. ③There is a certain pressure in the rectum, and the rectal infection materials such as feces and gas can often enter the fistula from the internal opening, irritating the cavity wall, and expelling from the external opening after secondary infection, which is also the cause of the fistula. ④After the abscess around the anorectum is ruptured, the pus is discharged, the abscess cavity gradually shrinks, and the external ulcer and incision also shrink. The cavity wall forms a hard duct wall with connective tissue hyperplasia, so it cannot be closed naturally. ⑤ Poor anal venous return, frequent local congestion, and tissue malnutrition, affecting healing. People suffering from anal fistula often mistakenly think they have hemorrhoids and neglect treatment. In fact, many anorectal diseases are caused by bad habits in our lives, and anal fistula is no exception. The main symptoms of anal fistula, the amount of pus is related to the length and size of the fistula. The newly formed fistula has a large inflammation reaction, more pus, and thick, yellow, and smelly pus. Partially often irritated, skin friction, itching, very painful, imaging work and study. Anal fistula is caused by damp heat, so greasy and damp food should be tempered. Quit smoking, alcohol, and tea addiction, and eat light foods that contain more vitamins. Pain like tearing anus during and after defecation.
Tinea cruris is a very common skin disease, just as common as people are susceptible to colds. So how does tinea corporis cause? What are the causes of tinea corporis in women? Let’s first understand the tinea cruris. What is tinea corporis? Tinea corporis is actually a fungus infection on the skin of the root of the thigh, perineum, buttocks, perianal area and other areas covered by underwear. Fungus infection is the most fundamental cause of how tinea cruris is caused. Tinea cruris often presents a ring-shaped or half-moon-shaped red rash, with a clear border with the surrounding normal skin, with obvious itching. If ignored, it will continue to spread outward. So how does tinea corporis cause it? Good skin is infected with fungus? What is the cause of tinea cruris in women? How is tinea corporis caused? The cause of tinea cruris in women is often overlooked. Tinea cruris is contagious and is mainly transmitted through the following three ways: one is direct transmission from person to person, mainly caused by infection of one’s own hands, feet, onychomycosis, or through close skin contact with patients with tinea cruris. The second is the infection caused by close contact with animals (cats, dogs, etc.) suffering from ringworm. The third is indirect infection by mixing clothes, towels, footwear, bathtubs, toilets and other appliances. In addition, liking to wear tights and excessive vaginal discharge are also causes of women’s jock itch.
Condyloma acuminata is easy to be infected, repetitive, and harmful. These are some basic common sense. Many people do not know that there is a long incubation period for condyloma acuminata. During the incubation period, the symptoms of condyloma acuminata are not obvious. Inspection of genital warts causes obstacles, and if it is found late, it will also be accompanied by many complications. 1. Severe damage to the lesion: The enlarged skin lesions caused by condyloma acuminata may cause local foreign body sensation and discomfort. Because condyloma acuminata usually occurs in the foreskin, urethra, labia, vagina, perianal, etc., these areas are more susceptible to microbial infection, which can cause ulcers, suppuration, bleeding, pain and swelling in the affected area. . 2. Non-genital infections: direct contact with the human body or passive indirect contact with contaminated items can cause papilloma of the conjunctiva and oral mucosa. 3. Infection to babies: If a pregnant woman has condyloma acuminata, she may be infected through the birth canal when she is giving birth, causing HPV infection in infants and young children. Four. Carcinogenesis: Malignant tumors are the most serious complication of condyloma acuminatum. For example, if you are infected by HPV, if there is no timely treatment, about 5% to 10% of genital warts on the vulva, cervix, and perianal area may cause cancer after a long period of time. Experts said: If you unfortunately find symptoms of condyloma acuminatum, you should go to a regular hospital for examination immediately. After confirming the condition, you must pay close attention to treatment and prevent these complications from occurring. Reprint please indicate: Nanjing Institute of gifted Ka medical wart virus Lixing Chun, otherwise declined to reprint.
Acute glomerulonephritis is abbreviated as acute nephritis, also known as “acute nephritis syndrome”. Most of them have a rapid onset, with hematuria, edema, protein content, hypertension, or accompanied by oliguria and azotemia as the main clinical features. Most of them are glomerulonephritis after acute streptococcal infection, and the course of the disease is less than one year, and most of them are spontaneous recovery processes. How does acute glomerulonephritis form?  . . . . pointed out that acute glomerulonephritis is caused by the infection of nephritis-causing strains, which is a kind of glomerular immune inflammation caused by antigen-antibody immune complex, and its incidence is related to streptococcus, staphylococcus, etc. Pre-infections are closely related, most of which are immune complex nephritis, that is, streptococcal antigens cause the body to produce antibodies against the antigen. Antigen antibodies form immune complexes and deposit in the glomerulus, through complement activation and participation of neutrophils A series of inflammations caused by such reactions. The lesion is mainly in the glomerulus, and the function of the renal tubules is basically normal. The main pathological changes of acute nephritis in the acute stage are diffuse intracapillary proliferative glomerulonephritis. Under the electron microscope, typical glomerular epithelial cells can be seen under a camel-like electron-forced compact, which is dome-shaped. In addition, it was also observed that the glomeruli of patients with acute poststreptococcal nephritis showed proliferative inflammatory lesions in the early stage, and most of them showed multimembranous lesions and focal sclerosis in the late stage. Therefore, it is believed that these two pathological changes make the course of the disease develop in different stages. Acute glomerulonephritis is caused by an immune response induced by infection. The clinical symptoms are mainly urine changes. Most patients have glomerular hematuria, which is often accompanied by mild to severe proteinuria; edema, 90% After acute streptococcal infection, glomerulonephritis may have edema, the cause of edema is water and sodium retention; hypertension, 80% of patients with glomerulonephritis will increase blood pressure, generally rising to about 17.29-19.95, more severe cases, blood pressure Rise better. In addition to these main symptoms, patients with acute glomerulonephritis also experience symptoms such as fatigue, anorexia, nausea, vomiting, headache, and dizziness.
. If the baby’s white eyeballs or inner redness of the lower eyelid appear, this indicates that the baby may have conjunctivitis, this inflammatory disease is also called pink eye. As the symptoms get worse, some babies may have symptoms such as pain and itching. This condition is often a sign of eye infection. But this disease may also stem from other causes, such as allergic reactions, smoke irritation, or more serious other diseases. This disease is often accompanied by watery eyes and secretions from the eyes. This situation also illustrates a normal response of the baby’s body trying to eliminate inflammation.  . If the baby suffers from pink eye disease, then Bao’s mother needs to take the baby to the doctor for symptomatic treatment in time to avoid complications. The course of this infectious eye disease is generally about 10 days. As long as the symptomatic treatment is timely, he will soon recover. But during the treatment, Bao’s mother should always remind the baby to avoid rubbing his eyes repeatedly, so as not to aggravate the infection and affect recovery. For severe eye infections in newborns, it may be caused by exposure to bacteria or viruses in the mother’s birth canal during delivery. This is why many babies need to receive antibiotic eye ointment or eye drops in the delivery room after birth. Causes of fluid therapy. Such infections must be treated early to prevent serious complications. Eye infections that occur after the neonatal period make your baby’s eyes red and yellow discharge will appear. These symptoms can cause discomfort to the baby and are generally not serious. However, because eye infections are very contagious, mother Bao should also avoid direct contact with the baby’s eyes during regular treatment and care, or use tissues, etc. to dry the liquid in the baby’s eyes, so as not to affect Recovery. Mother Bao should wash her hands carefully before and after touching the baby. Article: From Yang Shuo
In daily life, many people don’t take the leukopenia in their blood test results seriously and believe that leukopenia is not a disease. White blood cells have the functions of phagocytosis and sterilization, and play an important role in the body’s defense and resistance to pathogenic bacteria. Once the threat of low white blood cells occurs, it not only means that the body’s defenses are reduced, but it is more susceptible to bacterial infections, which is harmful to health. Therefore, if the leukopenia is found, it must not be underestimated. If the value is abnormally low, timely treatment should be taken. What is the reduction of white blood cells? Leukopenia is mainly neutropenia. When the neutrophils are less than 1.5×10^9/L, it becomes neutropenia. The general causes of leukopenia are: certain infections such as viral infections (such as influenza, etc.), typhoid fever, paratyphoid fever, etc.; blood diseases such as aplastic anemia; autoimmune diseases: reduced due to autoimmune antibodies leading to destruction of envelope cells, such as system Lupus erythematosus; hypersplenism; chronic physical and chemical damage: ionizing radiation (such as X-ray, etc.), long-term use of chloramphenicol, etc. Among them, drug-induced neutropenia is the most common. Leukopenia generally has non-specific symptoms such as dizziness, fatigue, sore limbs, loss of appetite, low fever, and insomnia. A small number of asymptomatic patients have repeated oral ulcers, lung infections or urinary tract infections. Leukopenia, agranulocytosis: The onset is rapid, often with high fever, chills, headache, fatigue or extreme weakness. Sometimes necrotizing ulcers may appear in the mucous membranes of the mouth, nose, skin, rectum, anus, and vagina. Exfoliative dermatitis can occur at the same time in those who are allergic to drugs, and central nervous system symptoms can occur in severe cases. Sepsis or sepsis often occurs quickly and leads to death. Therefore, once the leukopenia is found, it is important to go to the hospital for examination and treatment in time. The treatment of leukopenia requires the right treatment method to ensure a good treatment.
Whether it will be contagious depends on what kind of housewife dermatitis you have. Full-time mothers always have a lot of work at home. They will have symptoms such as red itching and pain on their hands, and red rashes. Two diseases can be considered in this state: 1. Housewife dermatitis such as hand eczema is more common and the cause is very different. Complex, but mostly related to daily contact and professional contact. For example, chromium, epoxy resin in chemicals. Various detergents such as shampoo, perm, and hair dye soap that hairdressers touch. Detergents, disinfectants, insecticides and other items that housewives are in daily contact with. In addition, hand eczema is also related to internal causes. For example, atopic dermatitis is easy to trigger, mental stress, anxiety, etc. are also easy to cause. The rash manifests itself in a variety of ways. It can present as hypertrophic patchy keratotic eczema on the palms or fingers. It can also be seen as deep blisters-like sweat eczema on the palms and fingers. It can also show scaly erythema exudative damage like coins on the back of the hand. This type is called discoid eczema. Eczema is not contagious and is an allergic disease. The treatment is mainly anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic. Quickly stay away from allergens that cause eczema, and do not touch related detergents and other items. Symptomatic use of glucocorticoids or other drugs to relieve itching and anti-inflammatory. 2. Candidal rubbing rash is a disease that often appears on the hands of housewives, because of the things they touch and the wet work they do. Prolonged contact with water and detergent, and lack of corresponding protective measures, lead to damage to the skin barrier function and cause the invasion of fungi. Therefore, intercandidal rubbing is a fungal infection. It is common between the third and fourth fingers and between the toes. The skin between the fingers is red, often has a rash, consciously itching, and infects other healthy fingers and toes. His treatment requires antifungal drugs, usually with antifungal drugs outside, such as ketoconazole cream. If the symptoms are severe, you can take antifungal drugs, such as itraconazole or terbinafine. This disease is a contagious disease. The pathogenic bacteria must be eliminated quickly to avoid infecting other people or spreading to more parts.  . .
Although condyloma acuminata is one of the eight major venereal diseases that my country focuses on prevention and treatment, it belongs to the third-degree venereal disease. Many people have not understood this disease or even how it is caused. In the outpatient work, we met some young women who consulted the doctor and asked about the cause of their infection. Today, we will give you a brief introduction to why women develop genital warts. 1. Sexual contact infection: Condyloma acuminata is a kind of venereal disease caused by local skin lesions and proliferation after the human private parts or perianal areas are infected with HPV virus. It is mainly spread through sexual behavior, which is the most common clinically. Most infected people have genital warts caused by unclean sexual contact with others. 2. Indirect infection: In addition to sexual contact infection, there is also an indirect infection, that is, the HPV virus may remain on the bath towels, towels, toilets, or bed sheets used by the infected person. If these contaminated items are used again by other healthy people and come into contact with the susceptible area of genital warts, it may cause indirect infection. 3. Iatrogenic infection: Some patients have no history of unclean sex and no indirect infection, but when they go to some irregular hospitals for treatment, because the medical equipment is not thoroughly disinfected, they are infected with the HPV virus of a patient. In this case, if it is used again by the next person, it may also cause infection and cause genital warts. 4. Autologous vaccination infection: Among the patients with condyloma acuminatum we have received, some people have the disease only at site A at the beginning. Because they may feel itching and other discomfort, they will scratch the affected area with their hands. The hand that touches the wart may carry the virus. If it touches other susceptible areas without washing, it may cause the disease in parts B and C. This situation is called autologous vaccination. To sum up, the above are the main causes and ways of causing female genital warts. Once the infection is diagnosed, both male and female patients must be treated as soon as possible, under the guidance of doctors to carry out correct treatment and care, and strive for an early recovery. Reprint please indicate: Nanjing Institute of gifted Ka medical wart virus Lixing Chun, otherwise declined to reprint.
After having high-risk sexual contact, people who suspect they have contracted condyloma acuminata, what kind of tests do they need to do when they go to the hospital for examination? Some people say that it is observed with the naked eye, and some people say that blood is drawn…So, how the regular hospitals usually check, let’s take a look at the answers of professional doctors. When the patient has skin proliferation, that is, symptoms such as pimples, pimple, or acne grow on the affected area, go to the hospital to go directly to the dermatologist for examination. Experienced dermatologists first observe with the naked eye, look at the clinical manifestations and characteristics of the vegetation, and then make judgments based on the typical symptoms of condyloma acuminatum. This examination is relatively quick, and the diagnosis can be confirmed as long as the doctor sees the typical symptoms. If the infected person has no skin lesions, he is only worried about infection. At this time, you can take the secretions from the private parts for HPV typing test to see if there is HPV virus infection. If there is a virus infection, look at the specific virus subtype and make a preliminary judgment based on the type of virus infection, whether there is a possibility of genital warts. If you have HPV positive, don’t worry first. Condyloma acuminata may occur if you are not infected with the virus. It is recommended to continue to observe for a period of time to see changes in the affected area. Once there is a skin lesion, go to the hospital again to check it clearly, so that the correct treatment can be done early. Reprint please indicate: Nanjing Institute of gifted Ka medical wart virus Lixing Chun, otherwise declined to reprint.
Many patients with genital warts did not take care of some precautions during the treatment, which led to the phenomenon that genital warts could not be cured for a long time or relapse after being cured. Condyloma acuminata is very contagious, so even during treatment, it should not be taken lightly and must be avoided. Cross-infection work again. Condyloma acuminata is a kind of skin disease, as long as it comes into contact with the virus, it will be infected. Therefore, in order to cure condyloma acuminatum faster and better, the following points must be done: 1. If both husband and wife are sick, the other party is likely to also Is infected, so be sure to pay attention to thorough treatment at the same time. It is necessary to grasp the scope of treatment, not only to ensure the reduction or prevention of recurrence, but also to reduce the sequelae of infection and scars after treatment; more attention should be paid to the treatment of special parts (such as vaginal and anal lesions). In addition, if the phimosis or foreskin is too old, circumcision should be performed. 2. In terms of diet: patients with condyloma acuminata should eat less spicy and irritating food, ban alcohol, and eat more nutritious food. 3. Patients with condyloma acuminata often participate in physical exercises to increase their resistance. Patients with condyloma acuminata should relieve their thoughts, pay attention to the combination of work and rest, diet, daily life, cold, warm, and hot to maintain physical and mental health. 4. The fundamental problem to prevent the recurrence of genital warts is to stop contacting the source of infection. Patients with condyloma acuminata should cleanse themselves, prevent sexual disorder, and avoid re-infection. 5. The most important point is that sexual life should be stopped during the treatment of condyloma acuminatum. After the treatment, regular review and attention to sexual hygiene are required to keep clean and dry and reduce recurrence. Reprint please indicate: Nanjing Institute of gifted Ka medical wart virus Lixing Chun, otherwise declined to reprint.
Some people don’t know about condyloma acuminata. They don’t go to the hospital for treatment when they first find small bumps or pimples on their private parts or around the anus, and they just check the relevant information online. The information on the Internet is complicated, right and wrong, and it is easy for patients to mislead themselves when it is difficult to distinguish. For example, some people may think that condyloma acuminatum is self-help and will disappear without going to the hospital for treatment. Is this statement reliable? Let’s take a look together. Condyloma acuminata is a sexually transmitted disease caused by HPV virus infection. If it is the initial stage of the infection, the virus content is low and the self-immunity is strong, it may not grow warts, and the human immune system will kill the virus. But this situation is not precisely genital warts. Condyloma acuminatum refers to the vacuole-like changes in the epidermal cells of the affected area after the HPV virus is infected, and then proliferates and enlarges and protrudes on the surface of the skin, forming cauliflower, chicken coronal or papillary neoplasms. We call this skin lesion genital warts. If it is said that genital warts have grown, it is difficult to heal, and usually they will not disappear by themselves. There is only one clinical situation that may disappear or heal. That is, female patients with infections during pregnancy, the hormone levels in the body after childbirth drop to normal levels, the condition is gradually alleviated, and some even get better. In addition, it is difficult to be self-righteous. Warm reminder: Regardless of whether men or women have condyloma acuminata, they should go to the dermatology department of a regular hospital for treatment. Under the guidance of a doctor, choose the correct method for treatment and generally recover. One cannot hope for self-improvement of the disease. This possibility is almost zero. Reprint please indicate: Nanjing Institute of gifted Ka medical wart virus Lixing Chun, otherwise declined to reprint.
Chronic bronchitis symptom 1: Cough Cough is the most prominent feature of chronic bronchitis, and the patient’s cough lasts for a long time, the symptoms will become more serious and difficult to cure. Coughing in patients with chronic bronchitis can occur throughout the year, especially in winter and spring. Coughing is more serious every day when you get up in the morning and before going to bed at night.  . . The second symptom of chronic bronchitis: Coughing up sputum Patients with chronic bronchitis generally have sputum, and the sputum has special characteristics, not only very viscous, but also with bubbles. Every time a patient has an infection or catches a cold, the sputum will be more and more viscous than usual. In severe cases, the sputum will be yellow or even bloodshot. Symptoms of chronic bronchitis 3: Asthma Patients with chronic bronchitis often suffer from asthma in addition to the above symptoms. This is because when respiratory tract infections are complicated, the bronchial mucosa has congestion and edema, and the sputum is blocked and cannot be discharged. It will be manifested as asthma symptoms, and the patient can hear stridor in the throat when breathing normally.  . . Symptoms of chronic bronchitis 4: Repeated infections The long course of chronic bronchitis is that patients are susceptible to the influence of outside air temperature and recurrent respiratory infections. Whenever a respiratory tract infection is complicated, the patient’s asthma and sputum expectoration symptoms will aggravate, and may be accompanied by systemic symptoms such as fever and chills. If the infection recurs without timely remission and treatment, some elderly or physically weak patients may develop serious illnesses, even life-threatening.
. . . Chronic paronychia has many causes. It can be caused by the trauma of nail trimming, frequent water contact, and long-term exposure to chemical agents. It often involves bilateral nail folds and nail epithelium, and can last for several weeks. It has the characteristics of recurring episodes. The nail epithelium is swollen, the cuticle disappears, the nail epithelium is separated from the nail plate, and brown longitudinal stripes may appear on the affected nail plate (as shown below). There may be intermittent acute or subacute infections, leading to severe pain and purulent exudation.  . . .For early chronic paronychia, it can be treated conservatively to remove susceptibility factors and reduce irritation. Topical topical steroid ointment can be used; . . .For intractable or long-term chronic paronychia, Surgical treatment is recommended, including removal of the nail epithelium, shallow nail groove or radical paronychia.
Can viral warts be contagious? How to prevent the infection of viral warts is very obvious. If the patient has sex after being sick, there will be the possibility of infection, so if you are diagnosed with viral condyloma acuminata, you need to stop sexual life. At the same time, I need to check with my lover and receive corresponding treatment. In addition, if a woman gets sick during pregnancy, she will also transmit the virus to her own children. Therefore, patients who are diagnosed after pregnancy are often not recommended to continue the pregnancy, and it is best to undergo abortion surgery. Finally, patients may spread through daily necessities, so pay attention to the cleanliness of personal items. To prevent the spread of virus warts, we must pay attention to strengthening the body’s immunity, improving physical fitness, taking part in more physical exercises, ensuring a healthy work and rest, paying attention to detoxification of the body, eating more nutritious food, and not using other people’s items indiscriminately. Avoid bad sex life.
Why is urinary tract infection important in the treatment of polycystic kidney disease? The dual factor theory of polycystic kidney believes that renal cystic diseases such as polycystic kidney disease are the result of long-term combined action of internal and external factors. In terms of external causes, infection ranks first among various external factors. This is not only because infection has a great impact on renal cystic diseases such as polycystic kidney disease, but also because there are too many types of infections. When an infection occurs, it will enter the blood and cause changes in the human body’s environment, thereby triggering changes in the cyst. Every drop of blood in the body has to be filtered by the kidneys, so the impact on the kidneys can be imagined. Among various infectious diseases, urinary tract infection has a more direct and greater impact on the kidneys. Urinary tract infections often occur in the bladder and can further progress to the kidneys, which are more common in women. In addition, urinary tract infections are also prone to occur after catheterization. Urinary tract infection and renal damage can form a vicious circle. The common symptoms of urinary tract infection are frequent urination, urgency, and painful urination. When the infection is severe, fever and pain will appear. In Western medicine treatment, urine culture is often carried out to determine the pathogen, and select suitable sensitive antibiotics for treatment. We believe that urinary tract infection is a manifestation of visceral dysfunction that ultimately leads to changes in the environment in the body. It should be treated actively and properly treated to prevent kidney damage caused by improper treatment. Due to the two factors of polycystic kidney disease and the cascade drainage method Attaches great importance to the role of external factors in the process of cyst growth and change, so the treatment process can often make it heal quickly and effectively prevent its recurrence. Clinical practice has proved that the prevention and correct treatment of urinary tract infections is a very important part of preventing and treating polycystic kidney disease and renal cyst diseases.
Li Xingchun said: Poor sex is the main way for most patients with genital warts, but it is not the only cause of infection of genital warts. Therefore, if you have not had sex, you may be infected with genital warts. Experts pointed out that condyloma acuminatum can be transmitted through direct sexual contact, but also through the use of items used by patients with condyloma acuminata, that is, it is usually indirectly infected. 1. Sexual contact infection: Patients can be exposed to pathogens and become infected after sexual contact. 2, indirect contact: refers to infection through contact with the clothing and supplies of the patient. 3, iatrogenic infection: generally speaking for medical staff, through contact with infection during examination, surgery, and medication for the patient. 4. Mother-to-child infection: When a baby is delivered, he is infected with HPV virus. 5. Direct infection: Generally speaking, germs only survive for forty-eight hours outside the body, and the chance of infection is relatively small without direct contact. Condyloma acuminata can cause great harm to the patient. If it is not treated in time, it will also endanger the family and friends of the patient. Therefore, patients with condyloma acuminata must go to a regular hospital for treatment in time to avoid deterioration of the condition and increase the difficulty of treatment. Reprint please indicate: Nanjing Institute of gifted Ka medical wart virus Lixing Chun, otherwise declined to reprint.