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DISEASES OF THE CENTURY.

Diseases of the eyelids are quite common. Eyelids, covering the front of the eye, protecting it from external actions are factors; e.g., age squinting reflex protects the eyes from foreign bodies, periodic blinking via constant tears contributes Nome wash with corneal and conjunctival fine grains.  The peculiar…
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PARALYTIC COSAGUS.

Paralytic strabismus is caused by paralysis or paresis of one or more oculomotor muscles, caused by various reasons: trauma, tumor, infection, etc.  It is characterized primarily by the absence or restriction of the mobility of the squinting eye towards the paralyzed…
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FRIENDLY COSAGLOSIS

With the loss of binocular vision, so-called friendly strabismus may occur. In this case, the object fixes only one eye, the second eye, even with high visual acuity, the object does not fix and deviates in one direction or another, which…
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ADDICTION

Addiction (from the Greek.harkosis – numbness and mania – insanity) – a pronounced painful attraction and addiction to one or more narcotic substances, acting mainly on the nervous system and causing a person in small doses of euphoria – a false sense of “well-being”,…
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INSOMNIA

Most often, insomnia is expressed in the fact that a person cannot fall asleep or awakening occurs much earlier than usual, and sleep during the night is somewhat interrupted for a long time. In other cases, sleep may be prolonged, but not deep…
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Common hops

Description: Perennial herb with long creeping rhizome. Stem ribbed, with spines. Leaves alternate on petioles, with sharp tops and serrate edges. Staminate flowers, collected in panicles and located in the axils of the leaves. Raw materials: Female inflorescences (cones), collected in August before blossoming. Lupulin is…
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Motherwort

Description: perennial herb with woody rhizome. Stem erect, 50–200 cm tall, green or red-violet. The leaves are ovate. The flowers are arranged in verticils in the upper part of the stem in the leaf axils. The corolla is light red, 9 mm long. Raw materials: ground…
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Oats sowing

Description: annual herb with a bearded root. The stem is rounded, hollow, up to 1 m tall. The leaves are lanceolate, the flowers are green with long spines in the form of spikelets, which form panicles. Raw materials: oatmeal. Main action: sedative, in some…
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Medicinal sweet clover

Description: biennial herbaceous plant. Stem ascending or erect, branched at the base, 50–200 cm high. The leaves are alternate and ternate. The flowers are collected in elongated, curvaceous inflorescences in the axils of the upper leaves. Corolla yellow of 5 different petals. Raw materials: dried…
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