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Dr. Ricardo Madrid
53 years experience Neurology
Brain hemorrhage: an intracerebral hemorrhage involving the basal ganglia and internal capsule, most commonly due to arterial hypertension or bleeding disorders. Treatm ... Read More
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Dr. Joseph Shen
30 years experience Cardiac Electrophysiology
Bleeding in brain: Please see the source. http://www.medmerits.com/index.php/article/nontraumatic_intracerebral_hemorrhage/p2.
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Dr. Dariush Saghafi
32 years experience Neurology
Small stroke: The radiologist feels that an area of the brain on the right side (deeper layers) may've suffered a small stroke of the "lacunar" type. If you have re ... Read More
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Dr. Gary Pess
Dr. Gary Pess answered
39 years experience Hand Surgery
Maybe: If the ganglion is in the heel area it is probably related. If the ganglion is in your wrist or somewhere else, it is unlikely to be related.
A 44-year-old member asked:
Dr. Keith Joe
Dr. Keith Joe answered
18 years experience Orthopedic Surgery
yes: Ganglion cysts can vary in size as the cyst fluid shifts between the joint space and the cyst sac. However, the sac can also rupture as well.
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A 32-year-old female asked:
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
27 years experience Podiatry
Yes: Usually in longitudinal plane not transverse....
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A 38-year-old female asked:
Dr. Jason Rubin
8 years experience Podiatry
Cartilage connection: Coalitions are connections between two bones. These connections can either be osseous or nonosseous. Nonosseous coalitions are two bones that are conn ... Read More
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A 38-year-old member asked:
Dr. Harry Greenberg
26 years experience Dermatology
Never Heard of it: Dermatofibromas are scar like growths deep in the dermis. Ganglion is a type of nerve. I am not aware of any relation between the two.
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Dr. Nirav Shah
21 years experience Sports Medicine
Diagnosis MRI?: Looks like a summary of an MRI Report. Grade 2 chondromalacia means you have some like age and activity related softening or wearing away of the arti ... Read More
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