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The objective of this chapter was to provide detailed coverage of the features of the anatomy and physiology of the pancreas in normal and pathological conditions. The physiology of the pancreas was examined in order to explain the mechanisms of the occurrence of clinical symptoms and the justification for the use of certain laboratory tests. All this creates the basis for a correct approach to the diagnosis and treatment of pancreatic diseases.
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Conclusion

  1. Conclusion
    Based on the analysis of the content of the article, the following conclusions can be drawn: The most important hardening is important to begin at an early age, when the body is in the process of formation, and mechanisms of immunobiological protection are developing. For complete hardening, it is necessary to use a set of hardening procedures, taking into account the individual characteristics of the body. Like age,
  2. Conclusion
    In conclusion, we can give an example (out of many) that shows that the Sytin method is really unique and effective. So, at the Institute of Normal Physiology. Acad. P.K. Anokhin RAMS in the presence of Academician K.V. Sudakov as a result of applying this method for ten minutes, an employee (28 years old) had a long-term stable tachycardia with a pulse rate of 120 beats per minute. After
  3. Conclusion
    In conclusion of the dissertation, the results of the study are summarized, the results of solving the tasks are summarized, the prospects for further scientific research and the prospects for using the results are indicated, as well as the main conclusions are formulated: 1. Readiness for professional activity is a cumulative psychological neoplasm of the initial stages of professionalization,
  4. CONCLUSION
    In conclusion, it is advisable to briefly summarize the data on the most common resistance mechanisms among the main clinically significant microorganisms. Causative agents of community-acquired infections • Staphylococcus spp. - resistance to natural and semi-synthetic penicillins associated with the production of? -lactamases. • S. pneumoniae - resistance of various levels to penicillin (some strains
  5. CONCLUSION
    In conclusion, the following should be noted. The inner world of the person whom we expect to see as our customer is complex and multifaceted. In everyday work with customers, one cannot limit oneself to intuitive, sometimes superficial knowledge and ideas about consumer behavior, since genuine motives of behavior lie much deeper than it seems on
  6. CONCLUSION
    In conclusion, we will try to summarize the work we have done and put forward some general points that we think stem from the theoretical and experimental research conducted by our research team. However, before proceeding with this, it is necessary to raise the question of the degree of evidence of those provisions that we intend to put forward. The monograph touches on a very wide
  7. Conclusion
    In conclusion, the importance of a balanced content of the characterized nutrients in any diet should be emphasized. On average, the physiologically most acceptable ratio of proteins, fats and carbohydrates is 1: 1: 4. For people engaged in physical work, this ratio should be approximately 1: 1: 5, and for mental workers - 1: 0.8: 3. Given the characteristics of carbohydrate
  8. CONCLUSION
    In conclusion, I give an answer to another question that you, of course, ask yourself: Why is there so much guilt on our Earth, if we only suffer from it? Feelings of guilt appeared on the planet at the same time as the separation of the sexes. Previously, we simply were without concepts of good or evil, since these concepts, generated by the mental sphere, did not exist at the very beginning of the history of mankind.
  9. Instead of a conclusion
    If you read this book, then the "Conclusion" you do not need. You already made it yourself. If you are one of those people who like Alexander the Great, looks at the end of the book and decides whether to read it, then for you - a few lines. In order for the reader to understand this book in his own way, it must be read. You do not have to read in a row, first. You can start reading from any chapter. Even from any small section. Select
  10. Instead of a conclusion
    And instead of a conclusion, I would like to quote Rudolf Zagainov: “Many years of thinking about my profession give reason to consider it not only difficult (by technology, efforts and other components), but also cruel, ruthlessly weeding out psychologists who can’t cope with those tasks for which by the will of fate they had to take, not corresponding to them. Be
  11. Registration of clinical and pathological epicrisis and conclusions on the cause of death
    The opinion of the pathologist about thanatogenesis, the mechanisms of the onset of death, taking into account clinical and morphological data, is presented in the clinical and pathological epicrisis containing the doctor's judgment on the cause of death. The conclusion about the cause of death is more accessible for understanding by relatives and representatives of non-medical departments, who are obliged to get acquainted with the pathological documentation on duty. Yet
  12. Conclusion
    Dear Reader! You read the whole book. We hope that the information contained in it helped you develop clinical thinking, i.e. the ability to correctly collect the necessary information and process it into a detailed clinical diagnosis. It is well known that recent advances in science and technology have significantly improved the recognition of internal diseases and deepened understanding of many of their issues.
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