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Metastases are always understood to mean a so-called daughter tumor of a tumor or tumor-like tissue. This secondary tumor is usually always outside of the part of the affected person’s…

Kanner syndrome is early childhood autism. The interpersonal contact disorder is already evident in babies. What is Kanner Syndrome? The first symptoms of Kanner syndrome usually appear in the early months of…

Keratocyst Explained

Keratocyst is the medical term for a keratocystic odontogenic tumor. What is meant by this is an aggressively growing but in most cases benign tumor. What is a keratocyst? The keratocyst…

Leptospirosis Explained

In many cases, leptospirosis takes the course of a benign fever. Severe forms of the disease, however, can prove to be life-threatening. What is leptospirosis? The bacterium is usually transmitted…

Cryptitis Explained

Cryptitis is an inflammatory disease affecting the human rectum. It is caused in particular by problems with bowel movements, which result in inflammation of the anal papillae. Later on, an…

Klatskin Tumor Explained

The Klatskin tumor is one of the bile duct carcinomas. It is considered a special form of cholangiocellular carcinoma. What is a Klatskin tumor? A Klatskin tumor lies in the…

Hyperoxaluria Explained

Hyperoxaluria leads to increased excretion of oxalic acid in the urine. The oxalic acid precipitates with calcium to form the poorly soluble calcium oxalate and causes calculus to form in…

ANAP Explained

National Association of Small Farmers is short for ANAP according to abbreviationfinder. Created on May 17, 1961, within the framework of its First Congress, under the revolutionary laws and in…

Corpuscle Explained

The Latin term corpuscŭlum is the diminutive of corpus, which translates as “body”. It came to our language as a corpuscle: a very small fragment of matter. According to DigoPaul,…

Cooperativism Explained

Cooperativism is the movement and the doctrine that drive the promotion and organization of cooperatives: autonomous societies whose members seek to satisfy a common need. Different principles govern cooperativism. These…

MLB Explained

The Major Leagues, also known as Major League Baseball (in English Major League Baseball or MLB according to abbreviationfinder) are the highest level professional baseball leagues in the world. Currently…

DHCP Explained

DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol according to abbreviationfinder) is a network protocol that allows nodes on an IP network to obtain their configuration parameters automatically. It is a client/server type…

Contumacy Explained

According to digopaul, contumacy, from the Latin contumacy, is the tenacity and hardness of persisting in an error. The term is used in the law linked to rebellion, when a…

Hemophilia Explained

Hemophilia, also popularly known as hemophilia, is an inherited disorder that affects the ability of blood to clot. In addition to preventive measures, long-term therapy is possible in severe cases….

University of San Andres (Argentina)

University of San Andres. It is a private Argentine university with definitive official authorization. It is proposed to constitute an academic community of professors, students and graduates committed to the…

VPN Explained

Standing for Virtual Private Network according to abbreviationfinder, VPN allows you to create a secure connection to another network through the Internet. When you connect any device to a VPN,…

Histiocytosis X Explained

Histiocytosis X is a histiocytosis. The so-called Langerhans cells, which belong to the dendritic cells, are affected. As a rule, the disease is benign, although some severe forms with a…

CEO, COO Explained

What is the difference between CEO, COO and CFO? The CEO, COO and CFO belong to the C-level executives, the level of top managers who lead the entire structure of…

Accounting Explained

Even Latin you have to leave in order to find the etymological origin of the word accounting. Specifically, it emanates from the sum of several components of that language: the…

Consolidation Explained

Consolidation, from the Latin consolidatĭo, is the action and effect of consolidating or consolidating (giving firmness, security and solidity to something). The concept is prevalent in economics with various uses….

Congruence Explained

Congruence, from the Latin congruentia, is the coherence or logical relationship. It is a characteristic that is understood from a link between two or more things. For example: “It is…

Forgiveness Explained

In order to know the meaning of the term forgiveness, it is necessary, first of all, to discover its etymological origin. In this case, we can state that it is…

Heterotaxy Explained

Heterotaxia is characterized by an inverted arrangement of body organs in the abdomen. The symptoms of this disorder are quite different depending on the location of the organs and range…

Skin Fungus Explained

Skin fungus or dermatomycosis is one of the most common skin diseases in all countries, but this disease is actually easy to avoid. Anyone who does become infected should go…

Glycerol Kinase Deficiency Explained

Glycerol kinase deficiency, also known by the synonyms GK deficiency, glycerol kinase deficiency, hyperglyceremia or ATP-glycerol-3-phosphotransferase deficiency, is a metabolic disease that can be treated in the Department of Human…

Hookworm Disease Explained

The typical tortuous skin lesions of hookworm disease are aptly known as skin moles. Fortunately, the extremely unpleasant disease has good chances of recovery and can be avoided with a…

MPEG-4 Explained

According to abbreviationfinder.org, Moving Picture Experts Group 4 (MPEG-4) or (MP4), introduced in late 1998, is the name of a group of audio and video coding standards as well as their related…