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Learn more about the role of hormones in menopause and the role of medications in treating menopausal symptoms and. Menopause Practice: A Clinician's Guide, 6th Edition. [A comparative study of the effect of two types of neural regulation on the homeostasis in stressed and nonstressed rats]. Using a passive avoidance situation and a situational test to the active avoidance situation, it has been shown that the adaptation-stabilizing impact of emotional stimuli is more potent than that of learned stimuli. It has been demonstrated that in experimental animals, learned avoidance may not be expressed under stress conditions. On the basis of the results of studies on different types of learning, the authors suggest that non-mediated emotional reactions to environmental influences on behavior are less effective than mediated reactions to external influences.Hasse-Heine Disease The Hasse-Heine Disease is a rare disorder named after the German anatomist Hans Heinrich Hasse (1764–1851) and the French pathologist Albrecht von Heine (1802–1872). It is a disease of the connective tissue, usually of the fingers. Its symptoms include thickened tissues and the development of "finger webs". Hasse-Heine disease is a type of epidermolysis bullosa, a hereditary skin disease. In epidermolysis bullosa, skin is separated from its underlying tissue. The separation may occur from simple friction, such as rubbing the skin between the fingers, or due to a skin infection. It may be inherited or occur as a result of an environmental toxin. In addition to the skin, it affects the fibrous tissue, muscles, ligaments, and bones. The most common type is epidermolytic acantholytic dyskeratosis (EAD), which was first described in 1967. Other types of epidermolysis bullosa include: non-acantholytic dyskeratosis (NAD) acantholytic dyskeratosis (AD) bullous EAD Hailey-Hailey disease Dominant dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa (DDEB) These diseases are characterized by skin lesions and blistering. While the EAD and AD types are severe, Hailey-Hailey disease is usually a mild, localized form of epidermolysis bullosa. References External links Category









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