What is HIV? HIV is the acronym for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. It is the virus that causes AIDS, also an acronym that comes from English (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome).
What is HPV? HPV is the acronym for human papilloma virus. HPV is a virus that infects the skin and mucous membranes and has more than 200 variations identified by medicine. The most common manifestation of infection occurs in the vagina, penis, and uterus.
What is CIF? CIF stands for “International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health”, and is the current model used by the World Health Organization (WHO) for health and disability, and constitutes the conceptual basis for defining, measuring and developing policies in this area.
What is STD? STD is the acronym for “Sexually Transmitted Disease.” The Sexually Transmitted Diseases are infectious diseases transmitted mainly through unprotected sexual contact, but can also be transmitted through non-sexual contact, although this form of transmission is less frequent.
What is OCD? OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) is a psychiatric disorder caused by compulsive thoughts that generate anxiety causing discomfort or suffering in the individual. The obsession for hygiene is usually referred to as OCD; symmetry; perfectionism; “manias” or “rituals”.
Overwhelmed is a concept that derives from overwhelming. This verb alludes to grieving, distressing or lowering. The subject who is overwhelmed is therefore overwhelmed, exhausted, or oppressed. For example: “I am overwhelmed with so many problems, I would need a vacation urgently”, “Overwhelmed, the economy minister submitted his resignation”, “I don’t like my son being overwhelmed by obligations: he’s a child and he must have […]
Abscess is a concept that comes from the Latin word abscessus. In turn we would have to make it clear that this word emanates, etymologically speaking, from the verb “abscedere” which is made up of two parts: the prefix “abs-“, which can be translated as an indicator of separation, and the word “cedere”, which is equivalent to “go”. […]