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Vitamin B12 deficiency: How to evaluate and treat it?

The prevalence of vitamin B12 deficiency (B12) is approximately 6-12% in people <60 years, and around 17% in all adults with macrocytic anemia. However, the elderly, pregnant women and vegans are more susceptible to B12 deficiency, so there should be a higher index of suspicion in populations that h...

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Do you know what dyspepsia is?

Functional gastrointestinal disorders are common chronic disorders that are characterized by the manifestation of symptoms, without evidence of structural, organic or metabolic disease. The Rome consensus subdivided patients with functional gastrointestinal disorders according to symptom patterns an...

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¿Qué es la Dispepsia?

Los trastornos gastrointestinales funcionales son trastornos crónicos comunes que se caracterizan por la manifestación de síntomas, sin evidencia de enfermedad estructural, orgánica o metabólica. El consenso Roma subdividió a los pacientes con trastornos gastrointestinales funcionales según l...

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Agitadores de laboratorio

Se denomina a los agitadores de laboratorio un agitador que, debido a sus propiedades, se usa en un laboratorio.

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Laboratory stirrers

The agitators of laboratory are called an agitator that, due to its properties, is used in a laboratory.

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Diagnosis and treatment of intracranial hypertension

Endocranial Hypertension (EH) is an abnormal elevation of brain pressure and a medical emergency. There is a lack of data on its frequency and it can be caused by multiple causes. This article focuses on the EH that presents with headache. The series of EH symptoms is similar, regardless of the und...

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Diagnostico y tratamiento de la hipertensión endocraneana

La Hipertension Endocraneana (HE) es una elevación anormal de la presión cerebral y una emergencia médica. Faltan datos sobre su frecuencia y puede estar ocasionada por múltiples causas. Este artículo se centra en la HE que se presenta con cefalea.

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Microtome: advantages and disadvantages

Microtomes are cutting instruments for the preparation of preparations used in microscopy. To meet the high demands of such preparations, microtomes allow extremely fine cuts. Normally modern microtomes allow cuts of a thickness of 0.1 to 100 μm. In a comparative way: Human hair has a thickness bet...

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Micrótomo: ventajas e inconvenientes

Los micrótomos son instrumentos de corte para la elaboración de preparados que se usan en la microscopía. Para cumplir con las altas exigencias de tales preparados, los micrótomos permiten realizar cortes extremadamente finos. Normalmente los micrótomos modernos permiten cortes de un espesor de...

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What is the significance of jaundice in healthy newborns?

Jaundice, a common condition in newborns, refers to the yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes (or sclera) that occurs when there is an excess of bilirubin in the blood. Bilirubin is the product resulting from the normal breakdown of red blood cells. Normally, bilirubin passes through the live...

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