Dysmorphology — study of congenital malformations, changing the form of one or more body parts of a newborn. The research objectives of the physician-dysmorphology — understand the contributions of abnormal genes and non-genetic environmental factors in the development of birth defects.
The application of genetics in medicine began in the early twentieth century with the understanding of Garrod and the other doctors that the laws of inheritance Mendel can explain the re-emergence of some diseases in families. Over the next 100 years, medical genetics has grown from a small section engaged in (more…)
Dengue fever is a viral disease, widespread in tropical and subtropical regions. It is characterized by sudden fever, which lasts 5-7 days, headache, severe pain in joints and muscles, sometimes a rash. This is followed by a period of physical exhaustion and depression lasting at least a week.
The most unpleasant is (more…)