Urethral Prolapse

Urethral prolapse is a pathological condition characterized by the exit of a fold of the mucous membrane from the opening of the urethra. Symptoms of pathology are disorders of urination (difficulty or, conversely, incontinence), the presence of a visible formation protruding from the urethra, rarely – hematuria. Diagnosis is made on the basis of general…

Lupus Nephritis

Lupus nephritis is the destruction of the glomerular apparatus of the kidneys due to autoimmune inflammation in systemic lupus erythematosus. It is manifested by edema, decreased diuresis, macrohematuria, increased blood pressure, increasing intoxication, which usually aggravate the main symptoms of SLE, are less often independent symptoms of lupus. It is diagnosed using a general urine…

Hydrocele

Hydrocele is an accumulation of fluid between the vaginal membranes of the testicle. It is an independent pathology or accompanies some diseases: tumors of the appendage or testicle, hydatide, inflammatory process, etc. Symptoms are represented by an increase in the scrotum on the side of the lesion (or on both sides with bilateral dropsy of…

Vesiculitis

Vesiculitis is an inflammation of the seminal vesicles. Affects mainly men at the age of sexual activity. In an isolated state, the disease rarely occurs, in most cases it accompanies prostatitis. The leading clinical signs are an admixture of blood in semen and painful erections. With a long process, changes in the spermogram are recorded.…

Rapidly Progressing Glomerulonephritis

Rapidly progressing glomerulonephritis is an aggressively occurring lesion of the glomerular apparatus, accompanied by the formation of cellular half-moons in more than half of the renal glomeruli. It is manifested by the clinic of nephritic syndrome: hematuria, proteinuria, oliguria, edema, arterial hypertension. Kidney failure develops within a few days to weeks or months. It is…