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Pediatric human herpesvirus 6, 7, 8 infectious disease

Introduction to pediatric human herpesvirus type 6,7,8 infectious diseases Human herpesvirus (HHV) 6,7,8 is a herpes v...

Gallbladder cough

Introduction to bile cough Cough and cough refers to the symptoms of biliary or cyan bitter water when coughing, which...

small intestine rupture

Introduction to small bowel rupture Small intestine perforation caused by the action of various external forces is cal...

recurrent laryngeal nerve injury

Introduction to recurrent laryngeal nerve injury Intestinal recurrent nerve injury (injuryofrecurrentnerve) has sputum...

lichenoid rash

Introduction to frictional mossy rash Frictionallichnoideruptions (also known as juvenile paul dermatitis), recurrent ...

ENT trauma

Introduction to Otolaryngology Trauma Otolaryngology and traumatic trauma can be seen in wartime. In the case of incom...

bacterial vaginosis

Introduction to bacterial vaginosis In recent years, it is believed that the occurrence of bacterial vaginosis (BV) is...

hypertrophic gingivitis

Introduction to hypertrophic gingivitis Hypertrophic gingivitis, also known as hyperplastic gingivitis (hyperplastic g...

thrombophlebitis

Introduction to thrombophlebitis Thrombophlebitis is an acute non-suppurative inflammation of the venous lumen accompa...

spinal cord compression

Introduction to spinal cord compression Spinal cord compression is a common disorder in the nervous system. It is a gr...

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