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Symptoms of disease - Bruises

A bruise is formed, when under the action of the collision is a gap of small blood vessels near the surface of the skin, resulting in a small amount of blood seeping into the subcutaneous tissue. Cooperation under the skin of blood visible in the form of a red and blue spots. Bruises, accompanied by persistent pain or headache may also indicate a more serious associated diseases requiring medical assistance.

Which diseases there is Bruises

  • Hemorrhagic vasculitis, or Henoch-Schönlein’s disease
  • The systemic vasculitis

Which doctor should I contact if there is a Bruises

  • Rheumatologist

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Do you have Bruises? You should be very careful approach to your health in general. People pay not enough attention to the symptoms of the disease and don't realize that these diseases can be critically dangerous. There are many diseases that in the beginning didn't manifest in our body, but in the end it turns out, unfortunately, it have already been treated too late. Every disease has its own specific features typical symptoms - called symptoms of the disease. Definition of symptoms is the first step in the diagnosis of diseases in general. You just need a few times a year to be screened by a doctor, not only to prevent a terrible disease, but also to maintain a healthy spirit in a body and the organism in general.

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