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Different pathophysiological mechanisms: Alzheimer’s disease affects men and women differently. This finding emerged from a joint study by the public University of Milan, the Bicocca University of Milan, the University of Insubria, and the University of Rome Tor Vergata. Basically, a woman suffering from Alzheimer’s disease has a different metabolic profile from a man with...
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Call for the Admission tests on Saturday October 8th 2022
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Una giornata interamente dedicata alle più moderne conoscenze della Chirurgia Odontoiatrica.
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Professor Cosimo Oliva, lecturer in Midwifery and Gynaecology at the Degree Course in Medicine and Surgery at UniCamillus, took part in a delicate surgical intervention on a young woman suffering from a rare gynaecological malformation, the Cyst of the canal of Nuck, an inguinal tumefaction, at the Rieti Hospital in recent days. The medical team...
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“Italian healthcare is seriously suffering. Despite the huge effort the health system made during the pandemic, health, hospitals and wellness aren’t political TV programs nor on talk shows topics anymore.” Francesco Cognetti – UniCamillus professor and distinguished oncologist and coordinator of the Forum of Scientific Societies of Italian Hospital and University Clinicians (FoSSC) – condemned...
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The Breast Project: “The woman we care for” has been launched. It is a prevention initiative carried out by the Regina Apostolorum Hospital, a prestigious health facility in Albano Laziale, in collaboration with the UniCamillus International Medical University of Rome. On September 19 and 20, free appointments will be offered to women in the 40-49 age group,...
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This year, the 16th edition of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WP – World Physiotherapy), held every 8 September, focuses on a condition which is estimated to afflict around 520 million people worldwide: Osteoarthritis, the 11th leading cause of disability worldwide. Osteoarthritis is a chronic disease which is often associated with motor dysfunctions that may temporarily...
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Data on monkeypox confirm the trend highlighted by WHO: infections are slowing down and the epidemic can be controlled and eliminated. During a press conference, the Director of WHO Regional Office for Europe, Hans Kluge, underlined that “we are witnessing the first signs of this epidemic slowing down. France, Germany, Portugal, Spain, the United Kingdom and other countries...
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positivo a covid, vaiolo scimmie e hiv
A 36-year-old man tested positive simultaneously for monkeypox, Covid and HIV after a holiday in Madrid. The patient has been hospitalized for just over two weeks since July 5 at St. Mark’s Hospital of the University General Hospital of Catania. His medical condition is good and he has been dismissed some time ago. This would have been...
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Oxford University study on Lancet: COVID patients risk of developing psychiatric and neurological disorders The mental burden left behind by Coronavirus: a study indicates that risk of psychiatric problems continues to rise two years after diagnosis. Research suggests that people who were affected by Coronavirus have a higher possibility of suffering from neurological conditions such as brain...
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