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Breast: those are milk ducts, perfectly normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
It depends: Small hands can run in your family (check your parents and siblings) and be perfectly functional. Sometimes, small hand or fingers can be part of a syndrome or congenital hand difference. It's best to be evaluated by a hand specialist, especially if it's a child, if there is a concern. ...Read more
Thyroid show small round evenly spaced nuclei rare group of follicular cells midly enlarged overlapping nuclei with pale chromatin?
In an adult, what size (in mm or cm) differentiates a small, medium, and large unrepaired atrial septal defect?
ASD: These are really arbitrary, subjective terms, but i think of small as less than 8mm, medium as 8-16mm and large as greater than 16mm. However, the bottom line as to whether or not an ASD needs to get closed by catheter-based device or surgery hinges on whether the right side of the heart (right atrium and right ventricle) are enlarged. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some ...: Very likely you may have so-called hydrocele. Nonetheless, bring the info on the onset, degree, duration, evolution, and progress of scrotal swelling and its potentially related symptoms over time to the Doc for analysis + physical exam + tests as needed such as US so to deduce possible Dx for reasonable Rx / care / counseling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I keep finding large amounts of small white pieces and flakes embedded throughout my stool. What would be causing that?
You'llNeedYrDoc4This: First, consider your diet.What could pass through undigested (coconut flakes or shreds;bits of something eaten inadvertently).Next consider that maybe they're not flakes but something else,like mucus or products of inflammation(you have any cramps?).Maybe a parasite like small worms (pinworms; threadworms), but whatever's going on,you'll need to have a stool sample sent to a lab for analysis. ...Read more
10w6day u/s small subchrionic hermorrhage. Small amount of fluid in cervix. Right ovary contains a small complex cysts largest 2.0cm should i worry?
Subchorionic bleeds: If you are a smoker with a subchorionic bleed the risk of miscarriage is higher, but in general subchorionic bleeds are common and don't necessarily cause an issue. The cyst is likely your corpus luteum and you are supposed to have one. It provides progesterone to your pregnancy until the placenta takes over production around 12 weeks. ...Read more
Could "mass" often mean relatively larger and irregular-shaped growths, while lumps are round-shaped smaller ones?
To whom?: Spitting blood is never good. This requires a full detailed evaluation to determine the source of the bleeding. Could be from the gums, the throat, you may be bringing it up from the GI tract, and hopefully not from your lungs. Please go see a doctor asap and get this worked out. ...Read more
Small, but plz C Dr.: It is very difficult to distinguish normal "lumpy-bumpy" breast tissue from one that warrants further evaluation. Lumps that "count" tend to be 3-dimensionally round rather than pencil- or pancake-shaped and are harder than normal rubbery breast tissue. When finding a new lump, it is best to see your dr.;it may be wise to get a mammogram, ultrasound, or even a biopsy, depending on their findings. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Quite large and very hard lump under biopsy area (the cut) ? No fluid or bleeding but extremely hard and like a small egg size? Is this normal?
Good things small Pk: There are always people at both end of the size spectrum from small to large head size such that 3% or so fall into either group. The size of the brain does not always equate to brain power & actually some big headed folks have brain abnormalities that made them that way. Your basic answer is your genes put all the proper parts in an appropriate sized brain & skull for your needs & both are small. ...Read more
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