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Map 3: America's salvation (or fighting with windmills?)

  1. FEMINISM, OR THE HISTORY OF THE FIGHT AGAINST WOMEN FOR THE HUMAN RIGHTS: C O R T A A N D O P T I O T ...
    FEMINISM, OR THE HISTORY OF THE FIGHT AGAINST WOMEN FOR HUMAN RIGHTS: C H A C T A N A P T U T A
  2. Dokolumbova America: an alternative focus of medical culture
    Pre-Columbian America: an alternative hotbed of medical
  3. Chickenpox
    Educational-target task: using diagnostic algorithms to be able to diagnose varicella, determine the clinical form of the disease, complications and prescribe adequate treatment. Task for independent study of the topic. Using the manual, the textbook and the lecture materials to acquire the necessary basic knowledge, master the following sections for the practical lesson: 1)
  4. Abstract. Medicine of the Peoples of America before and after the Conquest, 2010
    History Sources of History and Medicine Development of Empirical Knowledge Development of Medical Knowledge Organization of Medical Affairs
  5. Chickenpox
    Etiology. The causative agent of the disease is a virus from a group of herpes viruses. The causative agent of chickenpox is not very stable in the environment, it is sensitive to ultraviolet irradiation, disinfectants. At a low temperature it persists for a long time, it is resistant to repeated freezing. Chickenpox - severe anthroponosis. The spreader of the infection is a sick chicken pox and, in rare cases,
  6. Chickenpox.
    Varicella is a highly contagious infectious disease caused by the Varicella-Herpes zoster virus of the Herpesviridae family. When primary infection in a susceptible organism develops chickenpox, when the virus is reactivated in the immune system, it develops herpes zoster (shingles). Chicken pox is one of the most common childhood diseases.
  7. The European conquest of America and its cultural and historical consequences (including for the development of medical and pharmaceutical business)
    For centuries, American cultures have developed in isolation from the rest of the world. The voyages to America from other parts of the world to Columbus were sporadic in nature and had virtually no effect on the cultures of its inhabitants. In the light of different hypotheses and navigational experiments (like the sailing of the team of Tour Heyerdahl on a raft of Kon-Tiki), it may very well be that the shores of the New World were reached from the east by the Romans,
  8. Veterinary pox and herpes zoster
    ^ The causative agent is virus varicella - zoster (WZ). Risk in pregnant women - 5% of pregnant women are seronegative. Prevalence of congenital varicella - 1 case per 7500 newborns. ^ Transmission path - airborne (highly contagious infection). ^ Clinic in a pregnant woman - signs of chicken pox (or herpes zoster). ^ Diagnosis - Clinical data for confirmation
  9. WIND OSPA AND RELIABLE HERPES
    Richard J. Whitley Definition. Veterinary pox and herpes zoster - infectious diseases caused by the same virus. Varicella is found everywhere and is a highly contagious infection, usually benign in children and characterized by an exanthematous and vesicular rash. When reactivating a latent infection, which most often occurs
  10. Chickenpox
    Chickenpox, or chickenpox, is a childhood disease, the symptoms of which are a rash on the trunk, limbs and sometimes the face. The course of the disease is benign. See article CHILDREN'S
  11. Chickenpox
    A characteristic feature in chickenpox is the consistent appearance of typical vesicles on the skin and mucous membranes against a background of minor common disorders. Epidemiology. The disease is highly contagious. The peak incidence falls on the age group 5-9 years, but people of any age, including newborns, fall ill. Secondary cases of diseases among susceptible to varicella
  12. Chickenpox
    Scope of the examination 1. Varicella - a highly contagious disease caused by the virus of herpes simplex type 3, flowing with a characteristic bubble rash. 2. The source of infection is a patient with chicken pox, less often herpes zoster, the transmission route is airy and airborne. 3. The incubation period lasts 2-3 weeks, but the clinic can develop earlier - on day 12
  13. Chickenpox
    An acute, infectious disease caused by a filtering virus, with the appearance on the first day of a blotchy-blister rash on the skin and mucous membranes. The causative agent of the disease - the filtering virus - is very volatile and mobile, it can penetrate through windows, doors, cracks in the walls, from floor to floor, from room to room. But, being unstable outside the human body, the causative agent of chicken pox quickly
  14. Chickenpox
    Varicella (chicken pox) is a typical childhood infection. Mostly children of early age or preschool children are ill. The causative agent is the DNA-containing virus (Varicella-zoster virus) of the herpes virus family, which also causes herpes zoster (Herpes zoster). The susceptibility to the causative agent of varicella is also quite high, although it is not as high as the measles virus. About 80% of contact persons who did not get sick
  15. General Intellect Card
    When you are engaged in a long-term project, the maintenance of a giant-sized intelligence card, a general one, can make a big difference in that it reflects information about all the main thematic sections of your work or study; theories; personalities with whom you intersect in your work; and the events taking place during the project. Every time after reading a new
  16. Chicken pox.
    Varicella is a highly contagious viral disease characteristic of a child population. Fever. Appears with a rash. Can be high or moderate and short. Rash. Appears first on the trunk, and then spreads to the face and limbs (the so-called centripetal or centropetal spread of exanthema). Rashes follow in groups for 3-4
  17. Intelligence card as a multidimensional mnemonic method
    Mnemonic techniques use imagination and associations to create an easy-to-remember image. Along with imagination and association, the intelligence card uses a combination of all human cortical abilities, resulting in a highly effective multidimensional mnemonic method. "Multidimensional" in the context in question means that the intelligence map allows you to create
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