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Goiter: Sources and notes

> Herold, G.: Innere Medizin. Self-publishing, Cologne 2014

> Struma. Online information from the professional association of specialist doctors in internal medicine (Berufsverbands Deutscher Internisten eV): www.internisten-im-netz.de (consultation: 12/9/2014)

> Website of the World Health Organization, WHO: //www.who.int/en/ (consultation: 16/07/2015)

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The treatment of fatigue is of course primarily the treatment of the cause. This is only found in about half of the cases. Do not panic, however: in the vast majority of cases where the etiology is not found, the symptoms evolve spontaneously to improvement and fatigue disappears. When an organic cause is identified, it will be necessary to treat it
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This is often the total anxiety when parents discover that their baby has a fever, which in the end is more than understandable! But nothing serves to panic, just have the right reflexes to be able to treat baby in time. Fever is defined by a temperature above 38 ° C. In a baby, it is often linked to an infection and must be treated appropriately and often fast especially if the infant is very young.
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Tinnitus: The causes

The appearance of tinnitus can have different causes. > It can be secondary to a pathology of the external, middle or internal ear (otitis externa, tubal catarrh, serous otitis, cholesteatoma, ...), infectious, inflammatory, tumoral, vascular pathology. > Sound trauma such as an explosion, a gunshot, music heard too loudly during a concert or in a discotheque are tinnitus generators
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Fever: the treatments

If different treatments can reduce fever, for example: analgesic drugs with anti-inflammatory and antipyretic effect (ibuprofen, acetylsalicylic acid), or paracetamol, the choice of treatment depends mainly on the cause of the fever. Most often, fever is caused by infections. In order to determine which infection it is, the doctor examines the patient
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