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Artritis reactiva

https://www.niams.nih.gov/health-topics/reactive-arthritis

¿Qué es la artritis reactiva? La artritis reactiva es un tipo de artritis que ocurre cuando una infección causa dolor e hinchazón en las articulaciones. Por lo general, es una infección bacteriana en las vías urinarias, el aparato digestivo o los genitales la que desencadena la afección, aunque los síntomas de la artritis con frecuencia no comienzan sino hasta unas semanas después de que se haya recuperado de la infección. Las características más frecuentes de la artritis reactiva son inflamación de las articulaciones (especialmente las rodillas y los tobillos), los ojos y las vías urinarias, pero no a todas las

Epidermólisis ampollosa

https://www.niams.nih.gov/health-topics/epidermolysis-bullosa

¿Qué es la epidermólisis ampollosa? La epidermólisis ampollosa es un conjunto de enfermedades poco frecuentes que ocasionan fragilidad en la piel, por lo que esta se ampolla o se rasga. Esas rasgaduras, llagas y ampollas ocurren debido a una fricción o un golpe en la piel y pueden aparecer en cualquier parte del cuerpo. En casos graves, también pueden aparecer ampollas dentro del cuerpo. Generalmente, los síntomas de la enfermedad comienzan al nacer o durante la infancia y varían de leves a graves.

Acné

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¿Qué es el acné? El acné es una afección frecuente de la piel (cutánea) que ocurre cuando los folículos pilosos debajo de esta se obstruyen. La grasa y las células muertas de la piel tapan los poros y puede haber brotes de lesiones (a menudo llamados granos o espinillas). La mayoría de las veces, los brotes ocurren en la cara, pero también pueden salir en la espalda, el pecho y los hombros. Para la mayoría de las personas, el acné tiende a desaparecer al llegar a los 30 años, pero algunas personas continúan teniendo este problema de la piel aun

什麼是青春痘 (Acne)

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什麼是痤瘡? 痤瘡是常見的皮膚狀況,是由皮膚下面的毛囊堵塞造成的。油脂和死亡的皮膚細胞堵住毛孔,可爆發皮膚病灶(通常稱為粉刺或青春痘)。爆發最常見於面部,但也可出現在背部、胸部和肩部。 大多數人的痤瘡通常會在三十多歲之前消失,但有些人到四十多歲和五十多歲時仍然還有這一皮膚問題

여드름 건강 토픽 (Acne)

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여드름은 피부 아래에 있는 모공이 막힐 때 생기는 흔한 피부 질환입니다. 유분과 각질이 모공을 막으면서, 병변(흔히 여드름이라고 함)이 생길 수 있습니다. 가장 흔히, 얼굴에 생기지만, 등이나 가슴, 어깨에도 나타날 수 있습니다. 사람들의 경우, 여드름은 30대가 되는 시기가 되면 사라지는 경향이 있습니다. 그러나, 40대와 50대에서 일부 사람들에게는 이러한 피부 문제가 계속됩니다.

Mụn (Acne)

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Mụn trứng cá là gì? Mụn trứng cá là một tình trạng da phổ biến xảy ra khi các nang lông dưới da bị bít tắc. Dầu nhờn và các tế bào da chết bịt kín các lỗ chân lông, và có thể khiến bùng phát các tổn thương (thường được gọi là nốt mụn hay nhọt). Mụn trứng cá thường sẽ nổi trên mặt nhưng cũng có thể xuất hiện ở lưng, ngực và vai. Ở hầu hết tất cả mọi người, mụn trứng cá có xu hướng biến mất khi bước sang tuổi ba mươi, tuy nhiên một

Polimialgia reumática y arteritis de células gigantes

https://www.niams.nih.gov/health-topics/polymyalgia-rheumatica-giant-cell-arteritis

¿Qué son la polimialgia reumática y la arteritis de células gigantes? La polimialgia reumática y la arteritis de células gigantes son trastornos inflamatorios estrechamente relacionados. Algunas personas tienen uno de los trastornos, mientras que otras desarrollan ambos. La polimialgia reumática causa dolor muscular y rigidez en los hombros, la parte superior de los brazos, el área de la cadera y, a veces, en el cuello. La arteritis de células gigantes provoca inflamación de las arterias, especialmente las que se encuentran a cada lado de la cabeza, el cuero cabelludo y la aorta (la arteria grande que transporta la sangre desde

Psoriasis

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¿Qué es la psoriasis? La psoriasis es una enfermedad crónica (de larga duración) en la que el sistema inmunológico trabaja demasiado, provocando que ciertas áreas de la piel se vuelvan escamosas e inflamadas. Por lo general, la psoriasis afecta a: el cuero cabelludo, los codos, las rodillas. A veces, los síntomas de la psoriasis son cíclicos, con brotes que duran algunas semanas o varios meses, seguidos de momentos en los que hay mejoría (es decir, entran en remisión). Si tiene psoriasis, puede correr un mayor riesgo de tener otras afecciones graves, entre ellas: artritis psoriásica, ataques al corazón o accidentes

Fibromialgia

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¿Qué es la fibromialgia? La fibromialgia es un trastorno crónico (de larga duración) que causa dolor y sensibilidad en todo el cuerpo. También puede hacer que se sienta demasiado cansado (fatiga) y que tenga problemas para dormir. Los médicos no comprenden completamente qué causa la fibromialgia, pero las personas con el trastorno son más sensibles al dolor.

Osteoporosis

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¿Qué es la osteoporosis? La osteoporosis es una enfermedad que hace que los huesos se debiliten y se vuelvan quebradizos. Esto aumenta el riesgo de que se rompa un hueso (fractura). Se conoce a la osteoporosis como "la enfermedad silenciosa", ya que puede que usted no presente síntomas. Es posible que ni siquiera sepa que tiene la enfermedad hasta que se le rompa un hueso. Las fracturas pueden suceder en cualquier hueso, pero ocurren con más frecuencia en: las caderas, las vértebras de la columna, la muñeca. Puede tomar las siguientes medidas para ayudar a prevenir la osteoporosis y evitar

Acne

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What is acne? Acne is a common skin condition that happens when hair follicles under the skin become clogged. Oil and dead skin cells plug the pores, and outbreaks of lesions (often called pimples or zits) can happen. Most often, the outbreaks occur on the face but can also appear on the back, chest, and shoulders. For most people, acne tends to go away by the time they reach their thirties, but some people in their forties and fifties continue to have this skin problem.

Fibromyalgia

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What is fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia is a long-lasting disorder that causes pain and tenderness throughout the body. It also can cause you to feel overly tired (fatigue) and have trouble sleeping. Doctors do not fully understand what causes fibromyalgia, but people with the disorder are more sensitive to pain.

Reactive Arthritis

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What is reactive arthritis? Reactive arthritis happens when an infection causes joint pain and swelling. A bacterial infection in the digestive or urinary tract or the genitals usually triggers the condition, but arthritis symptoms typically do not start until a few weeks after you have recovered from the infection. The most common features of reactive arthritis are inflammation of the joints (especially the knees and ankles), eyes, and urinary tract, but not everyone gets all three, or they might not happen at the same time.

Epidermolysis Bullosa

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What is epidermolysis bullosa? Epidermolysis bullosa is a group of rare diseases that cause fragile skin that leads to blisters and tearing. Tears, sores, and blisters in the skin happen when something rubs or bumps the skin. They can appear anywhere on the body. In severe cases, blisters may also develop inside the body. The symptoms of the disease usually begin at birth or during infancy and range from mild to severe.

Scoliosis in Children and Teens

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What is scoliosis? Scoliosis is a sideways curve of the spine. Children and teens with scoliosis have an abnormal S-shaped or C-shaped curve of the spine. The curve can happen on either side of the spine and in different places in the spine. With treatment, observation, and follow-up with the doctor, most children and teens with scoliosis have normal, active lives.

Osteoporosis

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What is osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is a disease that causes bones to become weak and brittle. This increases your risk of broken bones (fractures). Osteoporosis is a “silent” disease because you may not have symptoms. You may not even know you have the disease until you break a bone. Breaks can occur in any bone but happen most often in: Hip bones. Vertebrae in the spine. Wrist. You can take steps to help prevent osteoporosis and broken bones by: Doing weight-bearing exercises, such as walking or dancing, and lifting weights. Not drinking too much alcohol. Quitting smoking, or not starting if

Psoriasis

https://www.niams.nih.gov/health-topics/psoriasis

What is psoriasis? Psoriasis is a chronic (long-lasting) disease in which the immune system works too much, causing patches of skin to become scaly and inflamed. Most often, psoriasis affects the: Scalp. Elbows. Knees. The symptoms of psoriasis can sometimes go through cycles, flaring for a few weeks or months followed by times when they subside (or go into remission). If you have psoriasis, you may have a higher risk of getting other serious conditions, including: Psoriatic arthritis. Heart attack or stroke. Mental health problems, such as low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression.

Polymyalgia Rheumatica and Giant Cell Arteritis

https://www.niams.nih.gov/health-topics/polymyalgia-rheumatica-giant-cell-arteritis

What are polymyalgia rheumatica and giant cell arteritis? Polymyalgia rheumatica and giant cell arteritis are closely linked inflammatory disorders. Some people have one of the disorders while others develop both of them. Polymyalgia rheumatica causes muscle pain and stiffness in the shoulders, upper arms, hip area, and sometimes the neck. Giant cell arteritis causes inflammation of arteries, especially those on each side of the head, scalp, and the aorta (the large artery that carries blood from the heart) and its main branches. The main symptoms of this disorder are: Headaches. Scalp tenderness. Jaw pain. Problems with your eyes, which may