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Eagle: what type of problem do we see?


"Wait a minute," you will say, "just six problems?" It's not at all like the world of business in which I live: I can think of far more kinds of problems that I have to face. "
Of course, there are an infinite number of problems in the world, as well as an infinite number of solutions. In this case, the ability of our brain to process data is not limited. To get an idea of ​​the world around us and cope with problems, our brain creates simple working models that govern our thoughts and actions. And that's what I'm talking about - a simple subconscious structure that sees an integral picture and manages the solution of problems.
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Eagle: what type of problem do we see?

  1. What type of tumor does the patient have?
    Tumors of the Turkish saddle make up 10-15% of all brain tumors. The most common adenomas of the pituitary gland, less common are craniophangi-rangiomas; parasellar meningiomas are even less common. Malignant tumors of the pituitary gland, primary or metastatic, are an infrequent finding. The pituitary tumor secreting hormones (functionally active tumors) manifest themselves early enough when the PIX diameter
  2. Heads or tails? We win in every case
    This rule resembles a happy coin - we win regardless of which side it falls on. Think of Unwritten rule 2 as a happy coin, both sides of which are two different ways of understanding the rule. The first says that in business there are only six kinds of problems. If we can identify the type of problem encountered, then we have much more
  3. Type of cnidosporidium and type of microsporidium.
    The most practical is the group Myxosporidia - parasites of fish, which are of great practical importance. Miksosporidii (mucous sporoviki) have become known since the middle of XIV century. The life cycle of myxosporidia entirely passes in the host's body, which becomes infected, swallowing spores scattered in the environment. They are multicellular and have two or more interconnected wings. Have
  4. FEVER WITHOUT A VISIBLE FOCUS OF INFECTION
    Fever without a visible foci of infection is an acute disease manifested only by fever in the absence of symptoms indicating a particular disease or foci of infection. Abbreviations: LBOI - fever without visible foci of infection; TBI is a serious bacterial infection; UTI - urinary tract infection. Diagnosis Criteria LBOI: body temperature above 39 ° C in a child aged from
  5. Skin and visible mucous membranes:
    • color, rashes, scars; appendages of the skin, temperature, humidity, elasticity; • endothelial tests (symptoms of tourniquet, pinch, malleus); • dermographism (appearance, speed of appearance and disappearance). Objective methods of examining the skin are: examination, palpation, the study of fragility of the vessels and the definition of dermographism. Inspection. A thorough examination of the baby's skin can be made only with
  6. Visible features of the patient's behavior
    At the patient's bed, it is possible to determine the processes of sensitivity and sensations; ability to memorize; the ability to think and reason; temperament, temper and emotions; resourcefulness, impulsiveness and energy; intuition. Each of these indicators has its own objective side, expressed in the behavioral responses that occur with certain irritations, and the subjective side,
  7. VISIBLE STRUCTURE OF CHROMOSOME AND THEIR MORPHOLOGY
    When analyzing metaphase plates in a light microscope, one can distinguish that any chromosome consists of two arms and a centromere, or primary constriction, performing the function of the mechanical center of the chromosome during division (Figure III.1). The centromere is the region of the chromosome to which, when dividing the cell, the filament of the fission spindle is attached, which leads the chromosomes to the poles of the cell. In addition to the primary neck
  8. "VISIBLE" MALE AND "HIDDEN" WOMEN'S YOUTH SPACES
    Subcultural approach was the most "tenacious" of all the youth theories of the twentieth century. The term "subculture" emphasized the underground character of youth groups and their difference from the dominant culture. Over time, the most vivid subcultural formations acquired their names - Teddy Boys (we have dudes), fashion, skinheads, rastamans, punks, goths, ravers, etc. They were open, defiantly
  9. What monitoring is required for ECT?
    Standard non-invasive monitoring, which is used for general anesthesia. EEG is used to monitor convulsive activity. There is an alternative way of monitoring convulsive activity: before injecting succinyl-choline on one hand, inflate the cuff from the blood pressure monitor, which prevents the flow of muscle relaxant into the muscles of this limb and allows you to observe convulsions
  10. What special monitoring is shown in the case under consideration?
    PnCO2 serves as an adequate reference for determining the minute volume of respiration needed to maintain normocapnia. It is understood that in laparoscopic interventions in patients without concomitant diseases, in most cases the gradient between PaCO2 and PktCO2 is constant. If the volume of the alveolar dead space changes during the operation, then this assumption is incorrect. For example,
  11. What is the most likely diagnosis based on an anamnesis?
    In this situation, an accurate diagnosis is difficult to establish, further examination is necessary; but the presence of an ischemic heart disease in an anamnesis requires immediate elimination of arterial hypotension and trembling. Arterial hypotension significantly worsens blood flow in the myocardium, and tremors substantially increase myocardial oxygen demand (Ch.
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