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Genital herpes: sources and notes

Resurgence of Sexually Transmitted Diseases, National Academy of Medicine. Jacques Bazex, 2003.

Preventing the transmission of genital herpes a question of negotiation!, Le Médecin du Québec, volume 41, number 1, January 2006.

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Bronchitis: the symptoms - Diseases
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Bronchitis: the symptoms

A viral bronchitis is accompanied, apart from the cough, other clinical signs indicating a viral attack: fever, body aches, sometimes a respiratory embarrassment, headaches ... It begins with a non-productive, dry cough that can progress to a more or less productive, oily cough. It often happens that a cough persists for several weeks without the patient being frankly sick
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Bronchitis: treatments

The first question the doctor can ask a person who has a bronchitis lying around will be: "Do you smoke? Indeed, tobacco is responsible for many bronchitis and chronic bronchitis; it causes chronic irritation of the bronchi, fragility of the mucous membranes and frequent microbial infections. Passive smoking is also a major contributor to bronchitis
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Cirrhosis of the liver: sources and notes - Diseases
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Cirrhosis of the liver: sources and notes

Author: Sylvie Charbonnier. Expert consultant: Professor Olivier Spatzierer, gastroenterologist at the American Hospital of Paris. Sources: - The management of your cirrhosis - Living with cirrhosis. Guide long term affection. HAS, 2009. - D. Botta-Fridlund, Cirrhosis and Complications, DCEM 2 Course, Module 12, Faculty of Medicine of Marseille, 2005
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Hormone disruption: treatments - Diseases
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Hormone disruption: treatments

Once the diagnosis is made, and the cause of the hormonal imbalance defined, the treatments of the latter can be put in place. Hormone disruption treatments may be based on medication. In case of hypothyroidism, treatment with thyroid hormones will be prescribed. If diabetes is diagnosed, the treatment consists of applying dietary rules often associated with taking medication (sometimes with insulin injections, the hormone that regulates sugar in the blood)
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