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    Very common infectious thickenings of the skin caused by vira; usually seen on the hands and feet. Warts are usually harmless, but in rare cases wart-like eruptions of the skin have malignant potential.

    A "classical" children's disease, beginning as a common cold, but developing into violent fits of coughing, with severe dyspnoea, and a whooping sound, whish has given name to the disease. At the end of a fit of coughing, vomiting is common.

    Intestinal gas is normal. Large quantities of air are swallowed when we eat and drink. Normally it has no odeur. Large amounts and unpleasant odeurs are usually caused by replacement of the healthy flora of the intestines with putrefactive bacteria.

    Various forms of tissue damage. Can be caused by outer affections from blows, pressure, stinges, burns, radiation, or cauterization or it can be the result of various diseases or states of deprivation.

    Ulcerations in the stomach and the duodenum caused by reduced resistance to gastric acid and the digestion enzyme pepsine in the gastric mucosa. Often caused by a bacterial infection with the bacterium Helicobacter pylori. Often worsened by stress.