Medical Portal. Disease, Symptoms, Treatment
  • Scarlet fever

    What are scarlet fever? Scarlet fever is skin rash associated with sore throat caused by certain bacteria called streptococci. The disease affects especially children, but can be seen at all ages. Characteristic symptoms are skin rash and 'hindbearing'. The disease is treated with antibiotics. The course is usually not serious.

  • Inverse psoriasis (Psoriasis in skin folds)

    What is inverse psoriasis? Inverse psoriasis is the term of psoriasis that is contained in the skin folds. The disorder manifests itself especially in the armpits, in the crotch, between the balls and under the breasts. Advertisement (read below) What characteristics are there in inverse psoriasis? Inversion psoriasis sits in the skin folds. Inversion psoriasis does not immediately resemble the other forms of psoriasis.

  • Throat infection - What can I do as a parent?

    My child has a throat in my neck. Various conditions where the throat and throat are irritated can cause throat and sore throat pain. Throat infection is one of the most common respiratory tract infections that can irritate the throat. Another common disease is kisses as children get much more frequent than adults. Kissing sickness also provides swollen, coated almonds and sore throat.

  • Sponges in the skin (Pityriasis versicolor)

    What is fungus in the skin? Mushroom in the skin, also called Sk?lsyge, is a skin disease caused by a yeast fungus; Pityrosporum oval (Malassezia furfur). Pityrosporum oval is found in the scalp of almost every adult Danes, but in a few percent it gives rise to a harmless but cosmetically unacceptable skin condition.

  • Operation of rheumatoid arthritis in the hip

    Rheumatoid arthritis is characterized by the joint's joints being attacked by an inflammation-like condition. The disease occurs in approximately one percent of the adult Danish population, and women are affected three times as often as men. Rheumatoid arthritis occurs most frequently between the ages of 50 and 70, and if it is not treated, the joints will gradually become malformed and lose their function.

  • Personalized (individualized) treatment of lung cancer

    Medical treatment of lung cancer NEW on cancer treatment Dive into health-root's new magazine, 'UPDATE - Cancer'. Here, surgeon Jens Benn S?rensen tells about the latest development in lung cancer. READ HERE The medical treatment of lung cancer has been significantly improved over the last 10 to 20 years.