1. Activating the “SvetL” Complex
To activate the “SvetL” Complex the user THEMSELVES should take the Complex up in their left hand with the face side (bearing the logo) lying downwards on the palm.
1) Push the switch on the back of the device to the "On" position (a red band should appear on the switch)
2) Then rotate the load intensity adjustment dial on the left side, to the zero position ("0"),
3) Then turn it to the right, through to one hundred ("100").
Only after this will the "Psi-field Generator" be ACTIVATED by the user and from that moment the Generator will only affect that user and only that user can control the Generator and is the individual and sole owner of the Generator, as an integral part of the ““SvetL” Complex.
2. Using the “SvetL” Complex
Use of the “SvetL” Complex can be controlled with help of the ON/OFF button (respectively turning the Generator on and off) and with the load intensity adjustment dial after setting up the appropriate positions in the “SvetL” software in accordance with these Instructions.
To use the “SvetL” Complex with the “SvetL” software the software must be periodically configured by setting the required positions in the Program.
To configure the “SvetL” software and to set the required positions it is necessary to:
-remove the protective silicone cover
- use a connecting cable (provided with the “SvetL” Complex) to connect the “SvetL” Complex to any computer with a Windows Operating System through the computer’s USB-port.
When connecting to a computer the “SvetL” programs should open automatically. If individual settings applied to the user’s computer block this automatic start up, you will need to open Windows Explorer (My Computer), select the Removable Disk “SvetL” and then click on the icon “SvetL” (to start up the “SvetL” Program).
Depending on the individual user’s computer settings, the name of the “SvetL” Program may be displayed on the removable “SvetL” drive as "SvetL.exe" or simply “SvetL”. To correctly launch the “SvetL” Program it may be necessary to click once or twice on the “SvetL” icon.
After correctly launching the “SvetL” software the “SvetL” Program opens up, in which you need to install the required positions.
A detailed description of actions with the “SvetL” Program is provided in the Instructions below.
All positions set up by the user are saved in the “SvetL” Complex software. No information is stored on the user's computer.
After finishing work with the “SvetL” Program (installation or removal of position and / or other functional settings) the user should:
- exit from the “SvetL” Program by pressing the button "Exit from Program" on the main screen of the “SvetL” Program
- disconnect the cable from the computer and the “SvetL” Program
- shut the protective silicone cap on the “SvetL” Complex
The Generator starts acting on the positions specified by the user from the moment that the user confirms selection of the desired position in the “SvetL” Program (see. page 23 of the Instructions) and the corresponding actions continue until the next change to the user settings (installation / removal of positions) in the “SvetL” Program.
Installation of positions, future changes of set positions and other actions with the “SvetL” software can be done on any computer with the Windows operating system.
The ongoing use of the “SvetL” Complex (until the user next changes settings in the “SvetL” program; installing / uninstalling [positions) is managed just through the "General intensity" scale and the ON / OFF button located on the back of the “SvetL” Complex.
The "Total intensity" scale (the load intensity adjustment dial): the scale is on the back of the “SvetL” Complex and is used to adjust the general load intensity on all the positions selected by the user in the “SvetL” Program both in the "Body Systems" section and in the "Disease Prevention" section.
The "Total intensity" scale can be activated if the user finds it necessary to reduce or (after reduction) to increase the overall intensity of the load on all the selected user positions in all sections of the “SvetL” Program at the same time, in the range from 0% to 100%.
If the user considers it necessary to turn off the Generator (completely disable its effects) – the ON/OFF button on the back of the “SvetL” Complex is used. Upon switching the button to the OFF position the Generator shuts down and waits for a subsequent “switch on” command, but all protective functions of the Generator are preserved.
If the user is unable to use a computer for working with the “SvetL” Program (due to old age, infirmity, or inability to work with the computer, or not having a computer, etc.) they needs to perform a self-activation of the “SvetL” (point 1, page 16 of these Instructions) and after this a helper (relative, caregiver or trusted person) must carry out all the actions with the “SvetL” Program described above on behalf of the “SvetL” Complex user.
After completing all the required actions described at point 2 (working with the “SvetL” program) the helper should turn off the “SvetL” Complex (using the ON/OFF button on the back of the “SvetL” Complex) and pass the Complex to the user. The user should turn on the “SvetL” Complex and the Complex will then begin to ‘work’ on its owner to the full extent of the selected positions in the “SvetL” program.
The Generator and the “SvetL” Program do not require electrical power, and accordingly the “SvetL” Complex does not require recharging or any other manipulations with electricity.
- open up the “SvetL” Complex (do not open the sealed protective screw on the casing of the Complex, and open the body of Complex itself)
- pass on the “SvetL” Complex to another person to use after its activation (except in the circumstances described above, when the user needs assistance)
Despite the relatively strong construction of the “SvetL” Complex, careful handling of the Complex is recommended. Avoid letting the “SvetL” Complex fall, don’t subject the Complex to excessive external pressure, and avoid exposing it to extremes of heat or cold. The “SvetL” Complex will then serve you well for a long time. Its service life is unlimited, if one adheres to the rules and recommendations specified in these Instructions.
In addition to the Technical Support Site (svetl.org), on which the user should register their “SvetL” Complex (independently or with the assistance of a helper) it is recommended to visit the sites listed below, where you will obtain information about the “SvetL” programs, other people’s experience in using “SvetL” technologies, advice and more.
rnto.club - Information website of the "Russian Scientific and Technical Society»
svetl.org - Technical Support Site for “SvetL” Program participants
svetl.name - “SvetL” technologies
svetl.forumgrad.ru - "New Technologies" forum
The Main Screen has three main buttons that access to the corresponding Sections of the Program:
The button «Exit Program» is in the lower part of the Main Screen
The «SvetL» Program consists of three basic Sections:
Section «Body Systems»
contains 14 systems of a human body and enables you to choose organs (positions)
Section «Disease Prevention»
contains 148 diseases and enables you to choose diseases (positions)
Section «Load Control»
helps you to control the chosen positions
By pressing the chosen button you will be shifted to the corresponding Section of the «SvetL» Program.
Section “Body Systems”
contains 14 Systems of a human body
By pressing any button in this Section you are shifted to the corresponding System of a human body.
In the male version of the “SvetL” Program button number 14 is for the “Male Reproductive System”
In the female version of the “SvetL” Program button number 14 is for the “Female Reproductive System”
As an example of working with the “SvetL” Program we’ll use the Screen “Skeletal System”.
The following basic elements are located on this Screen:
The image of a body system
(Skeletal System in this case)
The key positions of the system that you can switch on are denoted by numbers (positions of the Skeletal System in this case)
Figures on the image correspond to those on the Buttons.
The OFF switch button is grey in colour.
The ON switch button is green in colour.
The BACK button returns you to the “Body Systems” Section
In this System, assume for example that you wish to switch on the “Skull” position. On the image of the Skeletal System the Skull is designated with the number [grey 1], so you need to press Button 1. Are clicking the cursor, the button changes its appearance to [green 1] but does not immediately activate.
After you’ve pressed button 1, an image of the position that you wish to switch on will appear in the centre of the Screen (in this case, an image of the “Skull” position).
You have the opportunity to read the name of the position you’ve chosen, and to see a close-up image to be sure that this is the position you want to switch on.
You should now confirm your choice by clicking on the image of the position chosen by you.
Only after this confirmation does the image of the position chosen by you go to the «Load Control» Section.
Button [green 1] stays switched on (green in colour) and an information message appears in the lower left section of the Screen.
If you want this position to be switched off (or any other switched on position) press the ‘switched on’ Button (green in colour) with the number of the given position.
The Button now switches off, changing its appearance from [green 1] to [gray 1]
The image of the position corresponding to the given Button disappears from the “Load Control” Section and an information message appears in the lower left part of the screen.
Selected positions 0
Maximum number of positions 72
If more than one position was chosen initially, the Counter (information message sign) will show one position less than was shown previously, before you switched off the position you no longer needed.
If you made a mistake and pressed another button accidentally, for example, not button 1 (the one you wanted to press) but button 2, then simply press the button you need. Then the accidentally pressed button won’t be switched on (as you won’t have confirmed your choice) and you will be able to continue working in the current Screen.
Also, if you have pressed the wrong key, you can press the button [Back]. Then the accidentally pressed button won’t have been switched on and you will go back to the “Body Systems” Section.
All 14 screens of the “Body Systems” Section work according to the principle described above.
For your convenience and to provide more valuable Program information, some Screens of the «Body Systems» Section contain repeated positions (a complete list of these positions is presented on pages 56-57
For example, position 1 (Skull) on the Screen «Skeletal System» is also present on the Screen «Brain», position 1 (Skull). When the position is switched on for one of the two Screens - the same position is automatically switched on for the other Screen.
The Program perceives the pair as one position, not two positions. That is why the Counter (information sign) that appears in the lower left part of the Screen will show that you have chosen one position, not two positions after the chosen position has been confirmed.
For example, you have switched on Button 1, «Skull» position in the «Skeletal System» screen.
Meanwhile, Button 1 was also switched on automatically corresponding to position 1 «Skull» in «Brain» screen.
If after switching on Button 1 in the «Skeletal System» screen you go to the «Brain» screen you will see that Button 1 on the Screen has already been automatically switched on, it is green in colour and it doesn’t require switching on again.
The «Load Control» section will contain only the image of the position that was the first selected of the pair, in this case the image of the «Skull» position from the «Skeletal System» screen will appear in the «Load Control» section as this position was the first to be chosen.
Accordingly, if you chose position 1 «Skull» from the Screen «Brain» the image of the «Brain» from the Screen «Brain» would go to the Section «Load Control».
You can switch the position off by pressing the Button with the number of the position both in the «Brain» Screen and in the «Skeletal System» Screen.
As these positions are repeated, switching one of the positions off in one Screen is accompanied with an automatically switching off of its pair in another Screen. Accordingly, when the position is switched off in any of the Screens its image disappears from the «Load Control» Section and the Counter in the lower left part of the Screen will show one position less than it had before the position was switched off.
The principle is used with all (14) repeated positions in the Program. Every pair is perceived by the Program as one position.
«Body Systems» Section Skeletal System, Screen №1
Skeleton of the head (paragraph 1):
1. Skull (cranium),
Cranial (Cerebral) bones (frontal bone, temporal bone, parietal bone, occipital bone, inner bones of the skull, base of the skull), Facial bones (zygomatic bone, nasal bones, maxillary bone, mandibular bone, orbital bones).
Skeleton of the trunk (paragraphs 2-4).
Vertebral column or spine (33-34 vertebra):
2. Cervical spine (7 vertebra),
Thoracic spine (12 vertebra).
3.Lumbar spine (5 vertebra)
Sacral spine (sacrum – 4-5 vertebra)
Coccygeal part (section) (coccyx- 4-5 vertebra)
4. Thorax (Chest) (12 pairs of ribs, sternum is an unpaired flat bone)
Skeleton of the upper extremities (paragraphs 5-6):
5. Shoulder (Upper limb) girdle (clavicle, scapula), Humerus.
6. Forearm bones (ulnar bone, radius), Hand (wrist bones, carpal bones, phalanges of the fingers).
Skeleton of the lower extremities and pelvis (paragraphs 7-10):
7. Hip (Pelvis) bones (iliac bone, pubic bone, ischia bone)
8. Femur (Femoral) neck
9. Femur (thigh bone), patella (knee-cap)
10. Tibia (shinbone) and fibula (calf bone), foot bones (tarsus, metatarsus, phalanges of the foot)
«Body Systems» Section Articular-Ligamentous Apparatus, Screen №2
1. Exterior and interior joints of skull bones, jaw (temporomandibular) joints.
Joints of the forearm and upper extremities (paragraph 2):
2. Acromioclavicular and sterno-clavicular joints, sternocostal articulations, scapulohumeral, glenohumeral, elbow and wrist (radiocarpal) joints, interphalangeal articulations of the hand, carpometacarpal joints and ligaments.
Joints of the pelvis and lower extremities (paragraphs 3-6):
3. Sacroiliac and Pubic joints.
4. Hip joint and ligamentous apparatus.
5. Knee joint, patella with tendons.
6. Ankle joint and ligaments, interphalangeal joints of foot, tarsometatarsal joints and ligaments.
7. Ligaments and joints of vertebral spine (intervertebral discs, joints of the ribs and sternum, joints of the ribs and vertebra).
«Body Systems» Section Muscular System, Screen №3
Muscles of the head (paragraph 1):
1. Muscles of head, face and neck.
Muscles of the body (paragraphs 2-4):
2. Chest Muscles.
3. Abdominal muscles.
4. Muscles of back.
Muscles of the shoulder girdle and upper extremities (paragraphs 5-6):
5. Deltoid muscle, biceps, triceps.
6. Muscles of forearm and hand.
Muscles of the pelvis and lower extremities (paragraphs 7-8):
7. Pelvic muscles (external and internal), gluteal muscles.
8. Muscles of hip (femur), lower leg (shin), and foot.
«Body Systems» Section Cardiovascular System, Screen №4
The heart is the key organ in the circulatory system represented by a hollow muscular organ functioning as a pump and ensuring the movement of blood throughout the circulatory system. The heart is located in the left part of the chest. It is enclosed in the pericardial sac and occupies the area of the mediastinum. The heart wall is divided into three layers: the outer layer or the epicardium, the middle layer or the myocardium (muscular layer), and the inner layer or the endocardium. The heart consists of four cavities called chambers such as the left atrium, right atrium, left ventricle and right ventricle. The atria are located above the ventricles.
1. Heart, coronary arteries and veins, nerve conduction system, cardiac valves and pericardium.
II. The arterial system (paragraphs 2-5) located in the right part of the Screen and is red in colour:
2. Aorta (ascending section, aortic arch and descending section, abdominal section).
3. Arteries of head and brain, temporal and facial arteries, left common carotid artery, subclavicular artery, intercostals artery, brachial artery, radial artery, ulnar artery, and axillary artery.
4. Common pulmonary trunk and pulmonary arteries: two large branches of the pulmonary trunk (blue in colour).
5. Arteries of pelvic and abdominal organs, common iliac artery, femoral and popliteal arteries, arteries of shin, dorsum and sole of foot.
III. Venous system (paragraphs 6-11) located in the left part of the Screen and is blue in colour:
6. Jugular veins (internal left), subclavicular, intercostal and axillary veins.
7. Superior and inferior vena cava.
8. Left pulmonary vein (red in colour).
9. Portal, renal and iliac veins. Veins of the pelvic and abdominal organs.
10. Long saphenous vein and femoral vein.
11. Veins of shin (external and internal) and veins of foot.
12. Hemorrhoidal veins.
«Body Systems» Section Respiratory System, Screen №5
Accessory nasal sinuses (paragraph 1):
1. Frontal sinus, maxillary sinus.
2. Nose, nasal cavity, nasopharynx.
3. Epiglottis, larynx, ligamentous apparatus.
5. Bronchi (main, lobar, segmental, bronchioli, alveoli).
6.Right and left lungs.
8. Pleural cavity, parietal and pulmonary pleura.
9. Pulmonary artery and pulmonary veins.
«Body Systems» Section Digestive System, Screen №6
1. Oral cavity (teeth, gingivae, tongue).
2. Lips (upper and lower), cheek.
3. Salivary glands (sublingual, submandibular, parotid).
4. Pharynx, soft palate, uvula.
5. Esophagus (esophagogastric junction).
6. Stomach, sphincter muscle of the pylorus.
8. Small intestine (bowel).
9. Large intestine (transverse colon, sigmoid colon and ileum).
10. Straight intestine (rectum), external sphincter muscle of anus.
11. Appendix, cecum.
12. Pancreas, pancreatic duct.
13. Liver and hepatic duct.
14. Gall bladder, common bile duct.
«Body Systems» Section Nervous System, Screen №7
The nervous system consists of nerve cells or neurons interacting with one another through their projections - dendrites and axons. This is how a branched complex is formed, like a computer, transmitting the commands of the brain (central nervous system) to the muscles of the skeleton via the peripheral nervous system and automatically regulating the involuntary muscles through the vegetative nervous system.
Central nervous system:
2. Cranial (Cerebrocranial) nerves, trigeminal and facial nerves.
3. Spinal cord (medulla), membranes.
Vegetative nervous system:
It regulates the internal activity of the body, of the endocrine and excretory glands, and of the blood and lymphatic vessels. It fulfils its functions through two systems coordinating the activity of various organs such as the sympathetic brachial plexus and parasympathetic nervous systems.
Peripheral nervous system:
4. Cervical plexus and Brachial plexus
5 Right and left vagus nerves.
6 Intercostal nerves, median, brachial (humeral), radial and ulnar nerves.
7 Lumbosacral plexus, coccygeal plexus, cauda equine.
8 Gluteal, sciatic and obturator nerves.
9. Femoral nerve.
10. Tibial nerve, common peroneal nerve.
11. Saphenous feet nerve and plantar nerves.
12. Peripheral nervous system: (red in colour).Parasympathetic nervous system (blue in colour). The parasympathetic nervous system relaxes the body and preserves its energy.
13. Sympathetic nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system activates the body and mobilizes its energy.
«Body Systems» Section Lymphoid, Immune and Hematopoietic Systems, Screen №8
The lymphatic system is a part of the immune system:
Lymphatic trunks and ducts, lymph nodes, lymphatic vessels, lymphatic capillaries.
The immune system:
Central organs (bone marrow, thymus). Peripheral organs (spleen, lymphatic nodes, lymphoid tissue).
The hematopoietic system (bone marrow, lymphatic nodes, spleen.)
1. Thoracic lymphatic duct (the largest lymphatic vessel).
2. Right lymphatic duct.
3. Cervical lymphatic trunk, lumbar lymphatic trunk and intestinal lymphatic trunk.
4. Lymphatic vessels and lymph nodes of head.
5. Subclavicular lymph nodes, axillary and thoracic lymph nodes, inguinal, popliteal lymph nodes, lymph nodes of the pelvis and abdomen.
6. Cisterna Chyli.
7. Bone marrow.
9. Adenoids (pharyngeal tonsils), tonsil (lymphoid tissue), palatine tonsil.
10. Peyer's patches (glands) (lymphoid tissue in the small bowel).
11. Blood (red blood cells, leukocytes and platelets).
«Body Systems» Section The Brain, Screen №9
The brain is the organ that controls higher nervous activity and operates all the functions of the human body, intelligence and emotions.
2. Brain protection layers (Protective membranes)
3. Cerebrum (telencephalon, end brain) – white and grey matter (the largest section of the brain which consists of two hemispheres).
4. Corpus callosum (plexus of nerve fibres connecting the right and left hemispheres).
The forebrain consists of the end brain and interbrain. The interbrain (paragraphs 5-8) is located between the midbrain and great hemispheres:
5. Thalamus (optic eminence, the structure in which processing and integration of almost all the signals heading to the cortex of the cerebrum from the spinal cord, midbrain, cerebellum, and basal ganglia of the brain takes place. It is believed that the thalamus plays a very significant role in memory processes).
6. Hypothalamus (subthalamus, centre of the vegetative nervous system, brain section located below the thalamus. It controls the activity of the human endocrine system and regulates all the functions of the body, blood pressure and spontaneous respiratory movements).
7. Pituitary gland (Hypophisis) (the inferior pituitary gland located in the osseous pocket (Turkish saddle) next to the base of the brain is the central organ of the endocrine system. It closely interacts with the hypothalamus).
8. Epithalamus (the area above the thalamus which includes the epiphysis and carries out several hormonal functions). Epiphysis (superior pituitary gland or pineal gland, endocrine organ).
The midbrain (connects the forebrain and the hindbrain). The hindbrain (paragraphs 9-13):
9. Pons Varolii.
10. Cerebellum (it is responsible for coordination of movements, regulation of equilibrium and muscular tone).
11. Brain stem or truncal part of the brain (includes the midbrain, pons varoli and medulla oblongata).
12. Medulla oblongata, Spinal cord (continuation of the spinal cord).
13. Reticular formation (aggregation of nerve structures located in the spinal cord, medulla oblongata, midbrain and pons varoli which form a single functional complex. Nerve cells of the reticular formation are united with all the sections of the cerebral cortex and all the peripheral nerve apparatuses at the same time).
15. Lateral ventricle, third and fourth ventricles of brain.
«Body Systems» Section Endocrine system, Screen №10
Эндокринная (мужская) система
Endocrine (male) system
2. Epithalamus, epiphysis (pineal gland).
3. Pituitary gland (Hypophisis).
4. Parathyroid glands.
5. Thyroid gland.
6. Adrenal gland.
7. Pancreas (pancreatic islets).
8. Testicle (male reproductive gland), epididymis.
Endocrine (female) system
2. Epithalamus, epiphysis (pineal body).
3. Pituitary gland (Hypophisis).
4. Parathyroid glands.
5. Thyroid gland.
6. Adrenal gland.
7. Pancreas (pancreatic islets).
8. Ovary (female reproductive system), epoophoron.
9. Placenta (in pregnant women)
«Body Systems» Section Visual System, Screen №11
1. Cornea (corneal membrane), iris, anterior and posterior chambers of the eyeball.
2. Crystalline lens.
3. Conjunctiva, ciliary body, ciliary zonule.
4. Vitreous humour.
5. Optic nerve.
8. Choroid (Vascular membrane).
9. Lacrimal gland, lacrimal duct, upper and lower eyelids.
«Body Systems» Section Auditory System, Screen №12
External ear (paragraph 1):
1. Pinna (Auricle), ear canal (external auditory meatus).
Middle ear (paragraph 2,5), tympanum:
2. Eardrum (Tympanic membrane), auditory ossicles (malleus, anvil and stirrup).
Internal ear (paragraph 3-4):
3. Acoustic nerves (vestibulocochlear nerve, vestibular nerve, cochlear nerve, facial nerve), semicircular canals (posterior, anterior, lateral).
4. Vestibule of ear, cochlea.
5. Eustachian (auditory) tube.
«Body Systems» Section Urinary System, Screen №13
1. Adrenal gland.
2. Left and right kidneys (parenchyma, glomerular apparatus, tubular renal apparatus).
3. Pyelocaliceal (Renal collecting) system.
5. Urinary bladder.
7. Abdominal aorta.
8. Inferior vena cava.
9. Common iliac artery, internal iliac artery, renal artery.
10. Common iliac vein, renal vein
«Body Systems» Section
«Body Systems» Section Male reproductive system Screen №14
1. Scrotum, epididymis and testicle.
3. Foreskin (Prepuce).
5. Spermatic duct, seminal vesicles, ejaculatory duct and Cowper’s (bulbourethral) gland.
«Body Systems» Section Female Reproductive System and Mammary Gland, Screen №14
Female reproductive system:
1. Labia majora and labia minora, Bartholin gland (large paired glands of the vulvar vestibule).
3. Uterus, uterovesical pouch, rectal uteral recess.
4. Fallopian (uteral) tube.
5. Ovary, paroophoron.
6. Uterine cervix.
8. Areola, nipple.
9. Mammary ducts and sinus, adipose tissue, lobules of mammary gland.
10. Arteries and veins of mammary gland.
«Disease Prevention» Section contains a list of human diseases
In this section, the male version of the Program contains 148 diseases, while the female version of the Program contains 149 diseases. The diseases are organised in alphabetical order. The section consists of ten pages (Screens). Every one of the first nine pages contains 16 Buttons;
In the male version of the “SvetL” Program the ninth and tenth pages contain 11 diseases of the male reproductive system.
In the female version of the “SvetL” Program, the ninth and tenth pages contain 12 diseases of the female reproductive system.
You can switch between the pages using < and > buttons at the foot of each Page.
Button > switches to the next page.
Button < returns you back to the previous page.
Button “Main” returns you to the Main Screen.
Once you have decided what position (or positions) in "Disease Prevention" section you want to include - click on the appropriate button which has the name of the desired position.
For example, let’s say you need to turn on the position for " Headache ." This position is located on the third page of the "Disease Prevention" section. After you click on the button with the name of the desired position, it will change from " Headache" to "Headache."
An image with the name of the position you have chosen will appear automatically position in the "Load Control" section. The counter at the bottom of the page tells you how many steps in the Program you have already selected and switched on.
If you want to switch off this position - click on the enabled green button for "Headache" again. Accordingly, the image with the name of your chosen item will disappear from the "Load Control" section and the counter at the bottom of the page will show one less position than was selected before you turned off this position .
The Counter is the information sign that appears at the bottom of the Screen or Page.
The Counter in the “SvetL” Program is for convenience. It automatically sums up the number of switched on positions in the «Body Systems» Section and in the «Disease Prevention» Section.
The Counter is connected with the «Load Control» Section and indicates the total number of positions you have selected and switched on in the whole Program and the corresponding number of images in the «Load Control» Section.
For example, if you switched on:
15 items in the Section «Body Systems» and
10 items in the Section «Disease Prevention»
then 25 images will be shown in the «Load Control» Section:
15 images from the «Body Systems» Section and
10 images from the «Disease Prevention» Section.
After just one more button is switched on in either the «Body Systems» Section or the «Disease Prevention» Section, the Counter at the bottom of the Screen will then show:
Selected positions 26
Maximum number of positions 72
«Disease Prevention» Section
1. Abscess is a restricted accumulation of pus in tissues and different organs.
2. Acne vulgaris (acne eruption) is a disease affecting the human skin.
3. Allergy is super-sensitivity of the immune system.
4. Alopecia is baldness, pathological loss of hair.
5. Alzheimer disease is a disease of the central nervous system characterized by a constant loss of mental abilities such as memory, speech, logical thinking and senile dementia.
6. Anaemia is blood deficiency, a disease characterized by the decreased number of red blood cells and (or) haemoglobin in the blood.
7. Angina pectoris (ischemic cardiac disease) is a disease with typical attacks of sudden pain in the sternum due to insufficient blood supply of the cardiac muscle.
8. Anorexia is a lack of appetite, or partial or complete refusal from food.
9. Anorgasmia is the absence of orgasm and the most frequently met form of sexual disturbance.
10. Arthritis is a disease of joints and bones, an inflammation of one or several joints (polyarthritis).
11. Bronchial asthma is an allergic disease characterized by recurrent choking attacks due to the spasm of the bronchi and oedema of their mucous membrane.
12. Eye astigmatism is a vision defect related to the disturbance in the shape of the crystalline lens or cornea as a result of which a person stops seeing distinctly.
13. Atherosclerosis is a cardiovascular disease characterized by the hardening and loss of elasticity of the arterial walls, narrowing of their lumen with a subsequent disturbance in blood supply to organs.
14. Atopic dermatitis (Neurodermitis) is a chronic skin disease.
15. Autoimmune hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver.
16. Autoimmune thyroiditis is an inflammation of the thyroid gland with involvement of the immune system proper.
17. Bekhterev's disease is a chronic inflammatory disease of the spine and joints. Movement of the joints is restricted due to their ankylosis (fusing of bone ends articulated in the joint), fusion and calcification (calcium salt accumulation) of ligaments.
18. Bradyacusia (deafness) is diminished hearing.
19. Bronchitis is an inflammatory disorder of the bronchi with a dominating affection of the mucous membrane.
20. Bulimia is a disturbance in food intake characterized by a sharp enhancement of appetite normally occurring as an attack and accompanied with the sense of keen hunger, general weakness and pains in the anticardium (abdominal area).
21. Candidiasis (white mouth) is a type of fungal infection.
22. Cardiac dysrhythmia is a disturbance in the cardiac rhythm.
23. Caries is a destruction of solid dental tissue. Pulpitis is an inflammation of a neurovascular bundle of a tooth (pulp).
24. Cataract is an opacity of the eye’s crystalline lens preventing the transmittance of light rays in the eye and decreasing visual acuity.
25. Cerebrospinal fluid circulation derangement is a disturbed circulation of spinal fluid.
26. Cholecystitis is an acute or chronic inflammatory disease of the gall bladder.
27. Cholelithiasis (gallstones) is a formation of gallstones in the gall bladder and biliary ducts.
28. Hepatic cirrhosis is a severe disorder of the liver accompanied by an irreversible replacement of the parenchymatous tissue of the liver with the fibrous connective tissue.
29. Colitis is an inflammation of the mucous membrane of the large bowel.
30. Concussion to the brain is a momentary failure of the brain functions which is the mildest type of craniocerebral trauma with short-term loss of consciousness.
31. Conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the mucous membrane of the eye called conjunctiva.
32. Constipation is a condition manifested by stool retention for over two days and bad or constantly incomplete emptying of the intestine.
33. Crohn’s disease (Regional enteritis) is a chronic non-specific granulomatous inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract that can affect all sections of the body starting from the oral cavity through to the rectum.
34. Cyst is a pathological cavity in tissues and organs containing a liquid or semiliquid substance.
35. Cystitis is an inflammatory disease of the urinary bladder.
36. Dandruff is a syndrome characterized by a high speed of squamate detachment of skin particles for quite a long time. It most frequently occurs on the skin of a head covered with abundant hair.
37. Depressive syndrome (depression) is a combination of suppressed mood, decreased psychic and motor activity with somatic and mainly vegetative disturbances.
38. Dermatitis is a contact acute inflammatory affection of the skin occurring as the result of irritating factors of chemical, physical and biological origin.
39. Diabetes mellitus (type 1 and 2) is a group of metabolic (exchange) disorders characterized by hyperglycemia (increased glucose level in the blood).
40. Dupuytren's contracture is a progressive shrinking of the palmar and plantar plate (string, tendon, nerve) leading to the occurrence of a flexure contracture in the finger joints.
41. Discirculatory encephalopathy is a slowly progressing insufficiency of brain blood supply.
42. Enuresis is a disease characterized by urinary retention while sleeping.
43. Epicondylitis is represented by degenerative and inflammatory changes at the site where tendons of the muscles located in the external and internal area of the forearm are attached to the humerus (in the area of the elbow joint).
44. Epilepsy is an increased hereditary or acquired readiness of the brain to the development of cramps.
45. Erysipelas is an infectious disease manifested by a progressive skin affection.
46. Essential hypertension is a cardiovascular disease accompanied by increased blood pressure.
47. Eustachitis is an acute or chronic inflammation of the Eustachian (auditory) tube when the ventilation of the middle ear is disturbed and decrease of hearing is observed.