Comparative analysis of traditional laboratory and bioresonance methods of etiological diagnostics diseases of the genitourinary sphere
AUTHORS : Kotlyarov Y.D. | Mikhailuta E.A. | Demikhovskaya E.V. | Krasovskaya A.G. | Yurgel L.G. | Vinogradov V.N. | Bondarenko S.N. | Padalko L.I.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Dnipropetrovsk Medical Institute of Traditional Medicine, Dnipropetrovsk state medical academy, diagnostic laboratory “Micros”, Dnipropetrovsk city maternity hospital №2, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine
Introduction Infectious and inflammatory processes are always the result of the interaction of a pathogenic microorganism with the human body. The clinician must remember that an infectious disease, especially prone to chronicity or subclinical course, such as diseases of the genitourinary sphere, is not limited to the presence of a microorganism, is largely determined by the reaction of the microorganism to its presence, and recovery does not always coincide with the complete elimination of the pathogen from the human body.