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Difference Between Minimal Free Fluid And Rupture
Local vs peritonitis: Presumably this refers to an intra-abdominal anastamosis, likely intestinal. "Contained" means the leak was probably slow and there was time for an inflammatory reaction that kept the leak localized and maybe small. Free means intestinal contents leaked more widely into the abdominal cavity. Free is much more serious, usually with peritonitis. Most important that you discuss with your surgeon. ...Read more
Yes: Amniotic acid is present in amniotic fluid. It is commercially known as allantoin and as such is widely used in various skin products as a moisturizer/softener. It certainly seems to have that effect on newborn skin! ...Read more
Water: Free fluid is typically water. The lining of your abdominal contents are slippery (your bowel, the lining of your organs) and it's thus wet inside your abdomen. It's normal to have a little free fluid in one's pelvis, as that's where fluid tends to pool. Your ? Was confusing because you said free fluid in ovary but no cyst. Free fluid in ovary is typically the definition of a cyst. Maybe rephras. ...Read more
How can I differentiate between periurethral fluid and prostatic fluid. I mean what is the difference in their color and stickiness etc ??
Here are some ...: Periurethral "fluid" keeps urethral mucosa moist and healthy, but clinically invisible; it's different from so-called precum at sexual arousal, which excretes from Cowper's glands residing inside / next to membranous urethra upon sexual stimulation. Prostate fluid is usually referred to the fluid coming out the prostate through manual expression by physician, which is collected and examined for .. ...Read more
What is the clinical difference between hypovolemic shock and amniotic fluid embolism during c section?
Similar but differen: Hypovolemic shock is blood and fluid loss usually from bleeding causing severe low BP and cardiac arrest from loss of perfusion. Amniotic fluid embolism leads to low BP from allergic vasodilation and then bleeding from dic (disseminated intravascular coagulation) which results in hypovolemic shock and cardiac arrest. The mechanisms are similar but different. ...Read more
Ct in feb13 19mm cyst and small amount of fluid in pelvis MRI jun multiple cysts on both overies and moderate amount of fluid why the fluid increase?
What you: Describe with regard to the ovaries sounds like normal follicles on each side. These will change in number and size with each menstrual cycle. Ovulation often involves a small amount of bleeding which may account for the change in fluid in the pelvis. Absent other information what you describe sounds like normal cyclic changes. ...Read more
Yes : 4d ultrasound can gather 3d volumes and represents the difference between video and a still. These images can show the difference between normal and diseased tissue. ...Read more
Usually nothing: This is a very common finding on almost every ultrasound or ct scan of a menstrating female i order. I sometimes think the radiologists automatically put this in their reports . It means nothing clinically and you should not be worried about it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Different problems: Appendicitis is the result of infection to it usually result of blockage to the lumen of appendix and require surgery. Usually a thin walled follicular cyst of ovary , due to pressure built up by fluid will rupture called ' ruptured cyst' , also give right lower abdomen, does not need surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What does 'moderate amount of free fluid in the uterine cavity' mean on a CT report? history of pelvic pain and possible cervical mass.
Hard to say: A ct isn't usually the best test to look at the gynecologic organs such as the uterus or uterine cavity. We can only notice general things like fluid in the uterus or large masses. Most of the time the fluid is normal and represents blood products due to menstruation, but strictly speaking we cannot know for sure so we say "free fluid." an ultrasound is usually helpful if you haven't had one yet. ...Read more
No: Your sensitivity is a personal perception, and everyone is different. But it is not related to the size of any body part. ...Read more
Whats the difference in abscess's and large fluid collection, in pelvis , are abscess's and fluid collection the one and the same ???
Not necessarily : An Abcess is a walled off area of infection. Fluid collections can be anything, they have different characteristics on the imaging and treated differently. Some fluid collections are just watched closely, an some just go away on there own. Remember our bodies are made up of water primarily and this can, in essence, collect up anywhere. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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