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V.1.1. CLASSIFYNG THE DISEASES

 

We do not intend to make an inventory of the disease, nor do their scholastic classification. The criteria by which can be made the diseases classifications are very many: anatomic (indicating the organ or body part affected), indicating the affected system (digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, renal, etc..), according to the clinical stage (acute, subacute, chronic), hereditary, congenital, acquired, autoimmune, traumatic, infectious, radiation, tumor, poisoning, mental etc. and so on. In their turn, the illnesses listed by these criteria may know other and other classifications, depending on their other and other features. There is an international classification of the diseases, which is used throughout the world and belongs to the WHO (World Health Organization).

However, we make a classification of the diseases. This is, intentionally, an excessive synthesis which, although not perfect, matches - so we think about – the intentions we focused on in developing this paper. On them we will return in more details. Yet at this stage of the work, the classification must correspond to the concern of demonstrating :

- the therapeutic potential of the honey bee therapeutic products: it intervene very beneficial in treating a wide range of human diseases, which, demonstrably led us to the development of the medical firsts; the clinical cases reported in their rightful place, will be sufficient;

- the preventive potential of the honey bee therapeutic products: the apiprophylaxis professionally applied according to the correct interpretation of the laboratory tests especially and possibly to other investigations, including families / family history, can stop the evolution towards a wide range of pathologies; the reported casuistry, supported by medical documents will come to justify this claim.

To meet our intentions, and to come, synthesizing, in support of those who would dare to read the work, we classify diseases in:

I. diseases whose causes are:

a) exogenous: those caused by cases / pathogens outside the body;

b) endogenous: those caused by cases / internal dysfunctions of the human body;

II. diseases which may be:

a) congenital: diseases present at birth or having a later onset, whose causes are prior to the birth (transmitted during the intrauterine life) whose causes are:

- hereditary: present at birth or having later onset, they may be:

- compatible with life;

- incompatible with life;          

- maternal-fetal: may be present neonatally or with onset during the first months of   life, in the childhood, in adolescence or early adulthood, are caused by the dysfunction / imbalance in the mother body during the pregnancy (including the absence of the breastfeeding);

b) acquired during life: for exogenous or endogenous reasons.

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