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Panic Attack: Sources and Notes

- A. Pelissolo. Anxiety and Neurotic Disorders, AKOS (Treatise on Medicine), 2012.

- D. Petot. Is infantile separation anxiety the precursor of agoraphobia and panic attack? Neuropsychiatry of Childhood and Adolescence, Volume 52, Number 2, March 2004.

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Allergic rhinitis: the symptoms - Diseases
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Allergic rhinitis: the symptoms

The symptoms of allergic rhinitis are quite easy to identify: runny or itchy nose, repeated sneezing, a cough, changes in taste, smell and sometimes hearing (especially in children). the eyes are often irritated (allergic conjunctivitis). When these symptoms last several days or weeks, other symptoms may occur: fatigue, irritability insomnia, Allergic rhinitis and colds The symptoms of allergic rhinitis can sometimes be quite similar to the signs of a cold
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Vaginal infection: sources and notes - Diseases
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Vaginal infection: sources and notes

- Chain B, Janier M.: Genital infections. Medical-Surgical Encyclopedia: Emergency Medicine. 2009; 25-090-B-40. - Bianchi A.: Routine screening for urogenital Chlamydia trachomatis infections, myth or reality? French Journal of Laboratories. 2003 Jan; 2003 (349-S1): 39-42.
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Purpura: these red spots on the skin - Diseases
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Purpura: these red spots on the skin

Purpura corresponds to the appearance of purple red spots on the skin, linked to an exit of the red blood cells (or red blood cells) from the vessels towards the dermis (middle layer of the skin). This phenomenon is called extravasation. Purpura can also affect the oral and genital mucosa. It is recognized because it does not fade to the vitropression, that is to say when one presses with the finger or a watch glass on the lesions, they do not disappear
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Paget's disease: the treatments - Diseases
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Paget's disease: the treatments

Current treatments for Paget's disease are effective, but the disease can re-offend: patients will be medically monitored by regular radiological and biological assessments. The treatment is based on bisphosphonates, they are anti-osteoclastic drugs that will limit the acitvity of osteoclasts, and therefore the bone resorption and remodeling of bone tissue
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