Asymptomatic infections. To cure or not to cure?
AUTHORS : Shehab L.F. | Shehab H.Yu.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Tver, Russia; Saida, Lebanon
YEAR : 2002 | Category : Method of treatment
Despite all the efforts of doctors, infections are not only not destroyed, but the changed old ones return, new ones appear, which makes it possible to fairly characterize the new century as the century of infections. The etiology and pathogenesis of many diseases traditionally considered non-infectious (peptic ulcer, bronchial asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, schizophrenia, etc.) bacteria.
A distinctive feature of the infectious pathology faced by a specialist in various fields – the ever-increasing role of opportunistic pathogens, long-term persistence of pathogens, erased atypical course of most chronic diseases. Destruction or suppression of an infectious agent is an important and least successfully solved task by doctors in the general network. It would seem that everything is simple – kill germs in sick people in any way possible.