Mazabraud's syndrome is a very rare syndrome of benign tumors in the muscle (muscular myxomas) in people with fibrous dysplasia. The tumors can be multiple, usually affect muscles in the lower extremities, and can recur. The syndrome affects mostly women. The tumors can recur, but each tumor is usually cured with surgical removal. The risk of the tumors becoming malignant (cancerous) is low.
I'm surprised by the answers from other docs. "Freudian" and "Jungian" sound like ideas from a psych 101 textbook written by someone who knows little about psychoanalysis. Psychoanalysis has had a century of evolution since Freud/Jung. I (as a psychoanalyst) would not go to anyone who claims to practice "Freudian" or "Jungian" psychoanalysis. They belong in a history book, not a therapy practice.
While both analyze patients' unconscious thoughts, feelings, and fantasies, Freudians see symbolic meaning as idiosyncratic to the individual, while Jungians believe some symbolisms are "collective" or shared within and across cultures via mythology etc. Dream symbolism is a particular focus of Jungian analysis. There are many theoretical differences. And Jungians often use chairs, not a couch.
Many times we do not know there is spinal cord compression until the patient presents with some complaint of pain or weakness. MRIs can show us changes within the cord which can help to confirm the level of injury. If there is weakness and compression then surgical decompression is warranted. This may result in some improvement in pain and weakness, but there may not be full recovery.
Generalized upper respiratory infections (URI's)including sinus infections, are caused by contracting the infectious agent (bacteria or viral) from an individual carrying the infection.The act of swallowing semen may not necessarily cause a sinus infection, but more likely it is inhalation of the agent during close contact with an infected individual, like heavy breathing, open mouth kissing,etc.