An ingrown nail, or scientifically oniocryptosis, is the ingrown of the nail plate into the lateral edge of the nail shaft. Most often, the nail of the big toe grows into the outer edge of the roller. As a result, the nail roller swells, inflames, and there is severe pain. Very often this process becomes chronic.
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Lipoma (adipose) is a neoplasm, which modern medicine refers to benign. It occurs in the fatty subcutaneous tissues and can be no more than a pea, and can grow to the size of a walnut and more. The reasons for its appearance can be hormonal disruptions, metabolic disorders, blockage of the sebaceous glands and other factors. Be that as it may, the lipoma on the back is primarily a cosmetic defect and, in its normal state, does not pose a threat to life. Continue reading
Joints are an ideal mechanism by which we make any movements: we walk, we get up, we sit down and lie down, we hold objects in our hands, etc. Ill-being with the joints immediately affects all human activities: difficulties with movement, performing routine tasks can make life difficult. Unfortunately, with age, the joints wear out, lose mobility, begin to creak and ache. That is why it is desirable to take care of the health of the joints in advance, without waiting until they cease to perform their functions. Continue reading