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Physiology and pathology of reproduction

The purpose of the lesson: to familiarize students with the pathology of the neonatal period.

The student should know: physiology and pathology of the newborn; etiology of various forms of birth injury of the fetus, a risk group for the development of these complications; medications.

The student should be able to: diagnose diseases of newborns and provide medical care for them.

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Diseases of the newborn



1. Asphyxia (hypoxia) of the newborn.

2. Birth injury.

3. Diseases of the lungs: pneumopathy and respiratory distress syndrome, pneumonia.

4. Intrauterine and neonatal infections.

5. Diabetic fetopathy of the newborn.

6. Hemolytic disease of the newborn.
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Physiology and pathology of reproduction

  1. Physiology and pathology of reproduction
    Physiology and Pathology
  2. LECTURE No. 10 PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    LECTURE No. 10 PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY
  3. Physiology of Reproduction
    Genital anatomy. The genitals of men and women are divided into external and internal. The external genitals of a man include the penis (penis) and scrotum. The external genitals of a woman include large and small labia, clitoris, hymen. The male internal organs include the testes, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate gland (prostate), and
  4. Reproduction pathology
    The pathology of reproduction includes infertility, pathology of pregnancy, pathology in childbirth and the postpartum period, pathology of newborns. Infertility - the inability of persons of childbearing age to reproduce offspring due to impaired fertilization or impaired implantation of a fertilized egg. According to the WHO definition (1986), marriage is considered barren in which, despite regular
  5. Normal physiology of male reproduction
    Semen (sperm) consists of a fluid produced by the prostate and other glands of a man. It contains millions of sperm! Why is there so much, you ask, for only one male cell is needed for conception? Sperm production - spermatogenesis - begins in adolescence and continues in a healthy man until his death. This
  6. ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY OF SPEECH ORGANS
    The speech act is carried out by a complex system of organs in which the peripheral and central speech apparatuses are distinguished. The peripheral vocal apparatus includes the executive organs of voice formation and pronunciation, as well as the sensory and motor nerves related to them. The central speech apparatus is located in the brain and consists of cortical centers, subcortical nodes,
  7. Physiology and pathology of sexual development
    Physiology and pathology of the genital
  8. Fundamentals of Physiology and Pathology of the Newborn
    BASES OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY
  9. Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology of the Hearing Organ
    The organ of hearing is one of those receptor (perceiving) devices by means of which communication and balancing of the animal and human organism with the external environment are carried out. These devices are called analyzers. Each analyzer is a single integrally functioning system consisting of three departments: a) peripheral, or receptor; b) average, or
  10. Neyman L.V., Bogomilsky M.R. Anatomy, physiology and pathology of the organs of hearing and speech, 2001

  11. Endocrine structures and reproduction system
    Endocrine structures and system
  12. The effect of drugs (Anandina, Fosprenil, Skvortsov's drink No. 7) on the reproduction of the Newcastle disease of the bird virus in developing chicken embryos
    Artemyeva A.S., Grischuk L.N. Academic Supervisor: Shcherbakova TB, Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology and Virology, Ural State Academy of Veterinary Medicine, Troitsk Purpose of work: to study the effect of drugs on virus reproduction. The novelty of the study: previously, research data in a comparative aspect on FE have not been conducted. Materials and research methods. In our work
  13. Lung diseases. Congenital malformations. Atelectases. Vascular pathology. Infectious pathology
    Lung diseases, related to the most common diseases of modern man and having high mortality rates, can be combined into the following groups: congenital anomalies; atelectasis; vascular pathology of the lungs; infectious diseases of the lungs; bronchial asthma; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; interstitial lung diseases; lung tumors.
  14. The relationship of hypoxia, angiopathy, circulatory disorders, BBB pathology and perivascular pathology
    The main feature of the pathogenesis of intrauterine asphyxia is that, in the opinion of N.L. Garmasheva (1967), fetal circulation disorders are always preceded by it. In these cases, conditions are often created under which the venous outflow from the area of ​​the brain stem is violated (due to the anatomical and physiological characteristics), which leads to a secondary persistent perivascular (perivenular and
  15. Issues of classification and terminology of hypoxic pathology. Critique of hypoxia as a factor causing CNS pathology
    There is no unified classification of NMC (cerebrovascular accident) in newborns. In the manual of L.O. Badalyan et al. (1980) with asphyxiation of the newborn, a mild, moderate, and severe degree of central nervous system damage is distinguished. In the foreign literature, the term “hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy” is widely used to refer to small-focal, mainly ischemic lesions of the brain tissue.
  16. PATHOLOGY OF PREGNANCY. SPONTANEOUS ABORTION. ECTOPIC PREGNANCY. Gestosis. TROPHOBLASTIC DISEASE. PLACENTA PATHOLOGY
    PATHOLOGY OF PREGNANCY. SPONTANEOUS ABORTION. ECTOPIC PREGNANCY. Gestosis. TROPHOBLASTIC DISEASE. PATHOLOGY
  17. Pathology of accumulation. Violation of protein, lipid, carbohydrate and mineral metabolism. Imbalance in nucleic acid metabolism. Hyaline changes. Pathology of chromoproteins.
    1. Intracellular accumulations result in 1. hyperlipidemia 2. insufficient excretion of metabolites 3. accelerated excretion of exogenous substances 4. accelerated excretion of metabolic products 5. impossibility of excretion of exogenous substances 6. accelerated formation of natural metabolites 7. accumulation of metabolites due to genetic defects 2. Dystrophy called 1. lethal damage
  18. about physiology
    physiology is what makes us related to the whole animal world. Reminds us that 99 percent are animal organisms. That is, simply put: when functioning, we obey the laws of physiology. What is our life (in terms of physiology)? In this case, not a game, of course. Life is a form of existence of protein matter. And this form of existence has its own laws and patterns. And if these
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