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List Symptoms – V

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Vomiting is the eruption of gastric or intestinal contents through the mouth and nasal passages to the outside. Vomiting is a frequent symptom in children, and the smaller the child, the easier it is. The mechanism of vomiting consists in a sharp relaxation of the diaphragm and a simultaneous, sharp contraction of the musculature of the abdominal wall, when the gastric contents are forcefully pushed into the esophagus.
Intermittent blindness (amaurosis fugax) is a temporary loss of vision. The patient in such cases says that the curtain fell before his eyes. With temporal arteritis, this sometimes precedes an irreversible loss of vision. The cause may be embolism of the corresponding artery, so that a correct diagnosis can save eyesight.
Violations of the menstrual cycle is the most frequent complaint with which women turn to a gynecologist. This disorder occurs in 30-40% of cases of gynecological pathology.
Violation of the development of speech and language - a group of violations in which normal speech development is violated from an early age and is in significant disparity with the overall level of cognitive functioning.
Phenomenologically, lacrimation disorders can be divided into two types: lachrymation (epiphora) and dry eyes (xerophthalmia, alacrimia - a more precise term for declining production or lack of tears).
In humans, ordinary "bipedal" walking is the most complexly organized motor act, which, along with speech ability, distinguishes a person from his predecessors. Walking is optimally realized only under the condition of a normal functioning of a large number of physiological systems.