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After an accident, singer Mariano discovers a cyst in the brain

After an accident, singer Mariano discovers a cyst in the brain

With the knock, the benign cyst, which is formed by liquid, breaking up He took morphine because of the severe pain he felt. However, after a few exams, the doctors discharged the sertanejo, who returned home with his mother and is already released to resume the routine of shows.

What is cyst?

The cyst is a kind of bag of tissue, which can be filled with air, liquid, pus or other fluid. It grows slowly and usually has no symptoms. The cysts can form inside any tissue of the body. Cysts in the lungs are usually filled with air, while cysts that involve the lymphatic system or kidneys are filled with fluid.

Certain parasites may form a cyst or more within the muscles, liver, brain, lungs, and eyes. But cysts are also common on the skin. They develop as a result of an infection, clogging of the sebaceous glands (acne-related cyst) or around a foreign object stuck to the skin. It may also develop as a result of a developmental abnormality.

Check here for all types and care of the cysts.


Sleeping increases the power of the female brain, says study

Sleeping increases the power of the female brain, says study

Being a sleepy woman has never been so good. In a recent study by the Max Planck Institute in Munich, Germany, an analysis of the sleep pattern of 160 adults was developed, specifically considering how this factor would alter the participants' intellectual capacity. With the data collected, the researchers were able to find a constant among women: brain activity was greatest when they entered a dreamless phase of sleep.

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Blood from periodontal disease can be used to detect diabetes

Blood from periodontal disease can be used to detect diabetes

Oral blood samples taken from deep pockets of periodontal inflammation can be used to measure hemoglobin A1c, an important measure of the patient's diabetes condition. A New York University nursing and dentistry research team made the breakthrough, saying it was good news for patients who may find blood collection in the dentistry less invasive than the prick of the finger.

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