Calcinants in the lungs and other organs are dead tissue sites filled with calcium salts
Formation of calcifications in various organshuman is a secondary process of a number of diseases. They are different in size and form of deposition of calcium salts in tissues and organs. The procedure for treating calcifications is to correctly diagnose the cause of their occurrence and to eliminate it.
Calcinants in the lungs are most often detectedduring the X-ray study. They are areas of the lungs that are filled with calcium salts. Calcinants in the lungs can be a consequence of a tuberculosis, a severe form of pneumonia or occur after the death of parasites. Speaking in unprofessional language, the body seemed to "cement" the necrotic parts of the lungs due to illness. In this case, the functionality of the lungs is reduced, which can sometimes lead to oxygen starvation. And sometimes in the calcifications themselves are microorganisms in the "hibernation", which caused the previous inflammatory process, which led to tissue damage. Thus, the immune system constantly has to monitor the possible source of recurrent infection. If there are no changes in the monitoring of the lungs during routine tomographic studies, calcification in the lungs is not dangerous, and there is no need to treat them. Preventive measures should, first of all, be aimed at strengthening immunity. Sometimes calcinants in the lungs are removed surgically.
Calcinates in the liver are very often accidentalare detected during an ultrasound examination. They are single or multiple solid structures. Most often calcinates in the liver occur after the transferred malaria, amebiasis, echinococcosis or tuberculosis. Unfortunately, getting rid of calcinates in the liver is very difficult, although there are cases of resorption of calcium salts in patients. If calcification is found in the liver, a strict diet should be followed and a regular ultrasound should be performed to diagnose the liver. With increasing foci of salt deposition in the liver, only a doctor can decide on the appointment of further treatment.
Also, ultrasound is often detectedcalcification in the kidneys. Calcinate in the kidney can form with pyelonephritis and tuberculosis. Also, it can be a consequence of the transferred glomerulonephritis. Athletes, who use a lot of protein for muscle growth, are at risk of people susceptible to the deposition of salts in the kidneys in the form of calcinates. Calcine in the kidney, in this case, is formed without the presence of any disease. Before taking a decision on treatment, a complete examination must be completed.
Traditional medicine as a prophylactic against the occurrence of calcifications recommends taking decoctions of spores, bearberry, or grasses of the floor and floor in various combinations.
It happens that calcinates are found in womenwhen carrying out mammography. Sometimes this is a sign of a malignant neoplasm, but larger calcifications indicate the development of a benign process. In both cases, a more accurate examination is needed.
Often calcifications are found in the placentapregnant women. The causes of this may be a premature intrauterine disease or a circulatory disorder in the placenta. In the second case, it is necessary to find urgently the causes of calcification.
The reason for the formation of calcinates can also beto consider the violation of calcium-phosphate metabolism. Therefore, the treatment of calcifications, which can form in different organs of man, should be considered from the point of view of eliminating the cause of their occurrence.