The main symptoms of the appearance of urticaria in both a child and an adult include:
Red spots on the body;
Blisters on the mucous membranes;
Swelling of the face, eyes;
At the very beginning of its occurrence, an obsessive itching appears, especially in places where clothes are most tightly in contact: seams from underwear, elastic of pants, etc. Then blisters appear, similar to a nettle burn (hence the name) or insect bites. If urticaria has arisen from external exposure to an allergen (household chemicals, an insect bite), then itching and redness spread from this place on the body. Continue reading
Appendicitis is the very process of inflammation in an organ called the appendix. It is a process in the form of a tube of sizes from 0.5 to 1.5 cm, and in diameter about 10 mm. This gut is blind, which means there is no way out. For this reason, clogging may occur, which causes inflammation. The appendix in the right lower abdomen is located closer to the groin.
What happens in the body with inflammation?
Inflammation of the cecum is a blockage of its lumen. It can be caused by an increase in lymphoid nodules, calla mass, a foreign body, a tumor, and even a parasite. For these reasons, the process accumulates mucus and excessive multiplication of microbes. All this leads to inflammation of the mucous membrane, the formation of blood clots and tissue necrosis. Continue reading