Adenoids in adults

Adenoids are the tonsils located in the nasopharynx and are the first barrier to infections and bacteria. Inflammation of the pharyngeal tonsil - adenoiditis - affects regularly ill children 3–7 years old and those who have suffered from such diseases as measles and scarlet fever. When it reaches 10-12 years old, when the immune system is almost completely formed, the pharyngeal tonsil decreases and disappears.

What to do when the nose is stuffed and there is no snot?

Few people know, but it is the nose that takes care of the entire body. First of all, oxygen enters through the nose, without which it is simply impossible to survive. The nose in every possible way protects the inhaled air and prevents overcooling of other organs. The nose protects the lungs from dust and other harmful impurities, including from pathogens.

Thrombophlebitis of the lower extremities

Thrombophlebitis of the lower extremities is an inflammation of the vein with the formation of a blood clot that slows down the blood flow. The disease has very serious consequences, sometimes leading to death. Thrombophlebitis sneaks up quietly and unnoticed, masquerading as minor problems with the legs (moderate pain, slight swelling, redness).

Heart bradycardia: what is it and how to treat it?

Bradycardia is a decrease in heart rate (HR), accompanied by a decrease in heart rate. A pulse is considered normal, ranging from 60 to 90 beats per minute. If a person has a heart rate less than 60 units, then this condition is indicated by the term "bradycardia". Translated from the Greek, it means: bradys - slow and kardia - heart.