Diagnosis of bronchopulmonary allergic aspergillosis

Diagnosis is based on a complex of clinical, radiological, functional, laboratory and immunological data. Radiological changes in bronchopulmonary allergic aspergillosis are different. Most often, massive homogeneous non-segmental shadows are found with primary localization in the upper lobe

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Diagnosis is based on a complex of clinical, radiological, functional, laboratory and immunological data. Radiological changes in bronchopulmonary allergic aspergillosis are different. Most often, massive homogeneous non-segmental shadows are found with primary localization in the upper lobe

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Differential diagnosis of bronchopulmonary allergic aspergillosis

Differential diagnosis is carried out with bacterial pneumonia, carcinoma, tuberculosis, cystic fibrosis, exogenous allergic bronchioloalveolitis, Leffler’s syndrome, candidiasis. Bronchopulmonary allergic aspergillosis also needs to be differentiated with other types of respiratory diseases caused by Aspergillus: aspergilloma,

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Differential diagnosis is carried out with bacterial pneumonia, carcinoma, tuberculosis, cystic fibrosis, exogenous allergic bronchioloalveolitis, Leffler’s syndrome, candidiasis. Bronchopulmonary allergic aspergillosis also needs to be differentiated with other types of respiratory diseases caused by Aspergillus: aspergilloma,

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Verdnig – Hoffmann Spinal Amyotrophy

This disease is found in early childhood and is characterized by a malignant course with rapid progression. Depending on the time of the onset of the first symptoms and the rate of increase of the process, three forms

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This disease is found in early childhood and is characterized by a malignant course with rapid progression. Depending on the time of the onset of the first symptoms and the rate of increase of the process, three forms

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Pseudomyopathic form of progressive spinal amyotrophy of the Kugelberg-Velander

In 1942, Wohlfart first described a disease manifested by muscle atrophy and paresis and resembling primary muscular dystrophy, but with widespread fasciculations . In 1956, Kugelberg and Welander emphasized that such a disease is relatively benign; careful electromyographic control allowed the authors to clarify the neurogenic nature of

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In 1942, Wohlfart first described a disease manifested by muscle atrophy and paresis and resembling primary muscular dystrophy, but with widespread fasciculations . In 1956, Kugelberg and Welander emphasized that such a disease is relatively benign; careful electromyographic control allowed the authors to clarify the neurogenic nature of

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Rare forms of spinal muscular atrophy

Rare forms of spinal amyotrophy include hereditary distal muscle atrophy. The disease begins with the distal parts of the lower extremities, the distal parts of the hands are gradually involved in the process, generalization of the process can

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Rare forms of spinal amyotrophy include hereditary distal muscle atrophy. The disease begins with the distal parts of the lower extremities, the distal parts of the hands are gradually involved in the process, generalization of the process can

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Polymyositis

Polymyositis is an infectious-allergic muscle lesion where, along with inflammatory reactions, degenerative changes develop. According to most authors, polymyositis is a polyetiological disease, but with a single pathogenesis, which is based on allergic reactions with the formation of antibodies to muscle

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Polymyositis is an infectious-allergic muscle lesion where, along with inflammatory reactions, degenerative changes develop. According to most authors, polymyositis is a polyetiological disease, but with a single pathogenesis, which is based on allergic reactions with the formation of antibodies to muscle

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Deforming muscle dystonia (torsion dystonia)

Deforming muscle dystonia is a chronic progressive disease characterized by changes in muscle tone and slow rotational movements of the trunk and limbs. The disease was first described by Schwalbe in 1908. At first, it was regarded as a

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Deforming muscle dystonia is a chronic progressive disease characterized by changes in muscle tone and slow rotational movements of the trunk and limbs. The disease was first described by Schwalbe in 1908. At first, it was regarded as a

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Spasmodic torticollis

Close to deforming muscular dystonia is torticollis syndrome, the most characteristic manifestations of which are abnormal position of the head and a change in muscle tone of the neck. Torticollis can occur in many diseases – Goettington’s chorea ,

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Close to deforming muscular dystonia is torticollis syndrome, the most characteristic manifestations of which are abnormal position of the head and a change in muscle tone of the neck. Torticollis can occur in many diseases – Goettington’s chorea ,

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Non – progressive forms of myopathy

The successes of biology, biochemistry, and physics have made it possible to expand the possibilities of the pathogenetic study of various neuromuscular diseases. The widespread introduction of histochemical techniques and electron microscopy has helped to identify a number

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The successes of biology, biochemistry, and physics have made it possible to expand the possibilities of the pathogenetic study of various neuromuscular diseases. The widespread introduction of histochemical techniques and electron microscopy has helped to identify a number

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Congenital paramiotonia of Eilenburg

This form of the disease was described in 1886 by Eulenburg . In classical cases, the disease appears only in the cold, when there is a myotonic difficulty in muscle relaxation. Local cooling, for example when eating ice cream, is accompanied

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This form of the disease was described in 1886 by Eulenburg . In classical cases, the disease appears only in the cold, when there is a myotonic difficulty in muscle relaxation. Local cooling, for example when eating ice cream, is accompanied

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